This idea flips the traditional concept of leadership on its head. But it opens the door for a more genuine, empathetic kind of leadership. It means prioritizing individual growth over sticking to the usual way of doing things. And that can lead to happier, more productive employees and a stronger, more successful company.
At the end of the day, it’s not about being the best leader for everyone, but the right leader for each individual. Sometimes, that might mean standing back and cheering on another leader.