Any good coach wants every player to flourish. This can only happen when task meet abilities. Players must find their correct positions. The same goes for business; you must put people in a position to succeed by matching their strengths, ability and core competency with the position in which you are asking them to fulfill.  Once you have the right people, in the right position, it then boils down to leadership…

“Hire a squirrel to climb a tree instead of training a horse”

Leadership 101

  • The primary goal of a leader is to equip people to use their gifts.
  • Leaders raise the bar and call followers to a higher standard.
  • Leaders celebrate diversity while they work on unity.
  • Leaders understand that belief precedes behavior.
  • Leaders avoid living in denial, but define reality.