| The Leader Who Had No Title

Can leaders come from anywhere in your organization?

In The Leader Who Had No Title, Robin Sharma argues that the only way to survive is to develop the leadership capacity of everybody in your company.

Today I read a summary of the book The Leader Who Had No Title by Robin Sharma.

I learned we need to develop the leadership capacity at all levels in our company if we want to succeed in the long run.

Here are a few questions to think about this week, inspired by the book:

What can I improve today? Without always asking this question, we risk falling into Mediocrity Creep.

Do we have the guts to lead? We must stay passionately committed to our vision and have the strength to keep expressing the absolute best within ourselves. And that takes confidence.

Are we candid with one another? An organization that has a culture where everyone’s afraid to speak candidly is a place where people live amid delusion and fantasy. We need to be honest. We need to be frank. We need to be sincere. We need to speak with candor.

Are we nurturing relationships with the people on our team? Help people get to their goals, and people will help us get every single one of ours.

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