It’s a jarring intersection between importance and clarity—created by a world in which leaders are craved as much as they are criticized, and cherished as much as they are churned out. Leaders may fail in one organization as much as they succeed in the next. It’s a true paradox. And the result is emerging leaders—those that can drive success—are seeking a place of obscurity within their organizations. It’s no surprise. And it’s not shocking that the outcome is a shortage of great leaders—in our governments, our businesses and our local organizations.
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