The Big Brash Leader Lie!

It’s a faulty assumption that you need to be big/loud/obvious to lead an organization. This faulty assumption is brought on because that’s the story websites love.

The founder that was brash, a bit harsh, and oh so brilliant. Hey, Steve Jobs.

Far more of the successful teams out there are run by a quiet manager that wakes up every day asking how they can make their team look awesome today. How can they give their team something they each enjoy to work on and get the roadblocks out of the way.

Forget the big brash idea of a leader. Go for the quiet leader that builds the team they have.

Have an awesome day!

Curtis

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