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Mar 30, 2022 | Post by: Jack Altschuler No Comments

What’s The Next Best Thing to Great Leadership?

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Answer: There is no next best thing.

Nobody in your shop signed up for a disinterested boss or for squishy, uninspiring leadership. Sure, some may have given up and are going through the motions with only enough effort to draw a paycheck, but it’s unlikely that’s what they really want – or need. They’d much rather have your very best and the very best from those a layer down from you on the org chart, too.

If you’re a great leader you already know that and you’re continually working to become better at what you do, because there’s always room for improvement. That’s true for all of us. And I’ll say the great leader thing the other way: If you aren’t continually working to become better at what you do, it’s unlikely you’re a great leader.

But you could be.

It’s all about being a lifelong learner and about insisting upon being the very best version of you, fully living your life in the present – that Fully Alive thing.

So, if you’ve got to change your evil ways, baby (thank you, Santana!), today is a great day to get started. And if you’d like some support with that, just call or email.


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