Friday, April 20, 2012
In praxis, it is important for leaders to implement practices that make it easier for them to “hear” that calling, and to be able to clarify that mission to the ones following.
Sure there are strategies…people skills, financial planning, skill of their craft...but those always appear to pale in comparison to a person who devotes their life to the pursuit of a passion. I actually believe that each person has this in their core, but there are enemies to leadership…distractions, doubt, fear, hubris. Perhaps the “one thing” to being a successful leader is learning to turn down the volume from the enemies so they don’t drown out the call.