Why the best leaders know when to let others take charge

04/5/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

The best leaders understand that they don't always need to take control of the decision-making process, writes Les McKeown, CEO of Predictable Success. These leaders are able "to sit with their team without needing to be in charge, using their subject matter knowledge just the same way as anyone else around the table would," McKeown writes. When developing this skill, it's best to start with a relatively small issue that isn't critical to a firm's survival, he writes.

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