As a leader, you can’t handle every situation – and you shouldn’t, says Anthony Guerra, who believes sometimes problems are best solved when it’s someone else who steps up.
In any partnership there are going to be minefields; a great leader must be willing – and able – to identify them and formulate a plan to avoid them, says Anthony Guerra.
Seeking advice before making a decision is critical, even – and perhaps, especially – if you don’t end up following it, says Anthony Guerra, who believes the process can provide clarity.
A surefire way to keep the best and brightest out of your talent pool? By taking away benefits like flexible schedules and remote arrangements, says Anthony Guerra.
Although some level of fear can be healthy when considering a new initiative, it can’t be what governs the decision-making process, says Anthony Guerra.