The Secret Benefit of Being a Great Leader

Everyone is not created equal. Before you get mad at me, I am not referring to human worth. I am strictly focusing in on talent. Some people are born with innate talents that others are simply lacking.

When it comes to leadership, the latest research shows 24% of a person’s leadership skills are genetic and 76% are learned.  So while some people are born with advantages that might help them become the next Martin Luther King, Mother Theresa, or Abraham Lincoln, the key here is everyone has the ability to learn and develop themselves into a leader.

The problem is most people don’t want to do the work even when they have been gifted with some incredible talents.  Here are a few of the answers I hear from talented and gifted professionals:  “I don’t want the responsibility of other people,” “I am not ready,” or “How much more money am I going to make?”

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