If we look back at the greatest leaders of the 20th century, all of those who immediately come to mind are fatally flawed individuals.
Steve Jobs, Bob Iger, Sheryl Sandberg, Tim Cook, Marc Benioff, they’ve all commanded armies of adoring employees who hung on their every word and would action their commands at the drop of a hat, yet not one of these individuals was without their flaws. This is a poignant lesson for all leaders, not because they aspire to be the next Benioff, but because it evidences the fact that it’s possible to be an influential people leader without being infallible.
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