There are many things I love about my life. Near the top of the list are the people in my inner circle. I cannot imagine how hard leadership would be without a few trusted partners.
Sadly, everywhere I go I meet leaders who feel lonely. They remind me of a line from the the 1941 film Citizen Kane describing Charles Foster Kane.
“In his castle surrounded by riches without allies, isolated.”
I’m guessing, like me, you never want to feel that way. What good is a castle without someone to share it with?
As a leader the most important thing you have is your people. Please don’t neglect their worth. Listen to their stories, value their opinions, and foster their dreams.
If you will remember what is really important, and refuse to isolate yourself, your will castle can be full friends, and you will love your life.
Why do you think so many leaders end up isolated?
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Randy is an author, speaker, executive coach, and the CEO of InteGREAT Leadership. He invests his time encouraging leaders around the world.