If it’s lonely at the top, you’re not doing something right. Loneliness isn’t a requirement of leadership; it’s a consequence of selfishness.
Few people are successful unless a lot of people want them to be. We venerate great leaders, and we have the tendency to assume their accomplishments came about regardless of the assistance they received from others. The truth, however, is that no leader would be great without the support and help of teammates. As a leader, you will never get ahead until your people are behind you.
Thoroughly examine the skills and abilities that produce effective leaders.
If you are an emerging leader you will love the foundation provided.
Experienced leaders will enjoy the insights and examples and will want to use the materials to develop the next generation of leaders on their team.