When you’re in a position of leadership in an organization, it’s natural that people look up to you. After all, it’s leaders who handle the responsibility of making sure operations run effectively, efficiently and even peacefully, and those who do it well usually move up the ladder quickly and are well-compensated.
Eventually your style of leadership, insight and business acumen is going to strike a chord with some of your less experienced colleagues or employees and they’re going to put themselves in position to learn from you.
And why not? It’s people like you they aspire to......read on