Most successful people begin with two beliefs: the future can be better than the present, and I have the power to make it so.
Leadership is lonely. It’s not for everyone. Most people want that leadership position because of the added benefits of authority, bigger salary and recognition. Let me tell that you have no business leading if you’re want to be a leader for these reasons. Why? Because leadership isn’t about you, it’s about others.
We’ve all started from the bottom. Some people want leadership positions because of the benefits of a higher salary, authority and power. But, there are many competent people in leadership positions who are not leaders; they’re bosses.
According to studies, job development is an essential factor for at least 87% of Millennials. And considering Millennials make up a large segment of the workforce, job development should be something every business focuses on. However, putting this into action isn’t always easy—which is where job rotation comes in.
Who are you going to call when shit hits the fan? Most of the time it’s yourself. You run towards danger with the intent of getting things under control. But putting out fires isn’t a leaders real job, nor should he / she spend her time doing so all the time. You need people who can help and not be so reliant on you.