The opening two sentences, “People who frustrate you fill holes in your leadership. You need them more than you think…” are so powerful that when I read those I felt it my boots. It is very easy to distance oneself from those who don’t immediately jibe with one’s leadership style, but, as this post suggests, “The richness of leadership is found in community, not isolation. Cultivate a team that shares your values but looks at things different from you.” Very powerful.
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