As a leader you are not responsible for the work. You are responsible for the people, that are responsible for the work. You must help them dream bigger. You must help them learn more. You must help them become more. To become leaders so they can inspire others. Leadership authority Simon Sinek notes:
"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader."
Here is the project, The Leader's Game Plan, which was syndicated on the Huffington Post.
Interview with CEO of Modsy, Shanna Tellerman
I have always had an interest in the intersection of design and technology and attended Carnegie Mellon University with the intent to explore this interest further. I took my first computer graphics course there and fell in love.
INTERVIEW WITH CEO OF 2U, CHIP PAUCEK
Great leaders also know how to set context for the “why” and then enable their team’s performance by clearing the path and giving them runway so that they can perform at their best.
INTERVIEW with CEO at eRelevance, Bob Fabbio
Don’t spend energy looking over your shoulder. Play offense. Be mindful of your competition, but do not let it dictate how you run your business. Focus on your business and what you need to do to succeed. Let others worry and react to you.
Interview with CEO of EBTH, Andy Nielsen
Motivated by the desire to move fast and build a really powerful consumer brand, my brother, business partner, and I approached the EBTH co-founders with a plan to scale this unique company that helps so many people navigate.
INTERVIEW WITH CEO OF SMILO, JOSH WIESMAN
The products I have developed range from complex medical devices (stents for cardiac procedures, respiratory devices, DNA capturing and storage devices).
Interview with CEO of Capsule, Eric Kinariwala
We focus on fostering empathy for each other’s work and work-style–so that together we are enabling our collective best work. We regularly have people from different teams do the day-to-day work as if they were on another team. It builds real empathy.