So you want to be a leader? Just got a promotion? Read this great post from Patrick Lencioni. Read and lead accordingly…
1) Leaders who are leaders for the wrong reason (notoriety, fame, money, titles, benefits, etc.).
Kids growing up wanting to be known as a leader, not necessarily because they want to make a difference. Good reason to be a leader: Sacrifice yourself for the good of others even when you don’t know if or when there will be any return on your investment. If you want to be a leader for yourself, you will leave a trail of tears behind.Patrick: “I’m tired of hearing about “servant leadership” — because I don’t think there is any other kind.” The only real payoff for leadership is eternal.
2) Leaders who fail to embrace vulnerability