People often assume that leaders automatically come up with the right answers because of the position they hold.
The thought is that “they wouldn’t be leaders if they didn’t come up with the right solutions most of the time.” One would like to think so, but the reality is different.
The leader of a business or organisation on Monday morning, may have ‘only’ been an executive last Friday.
On Friday, they were good, perhaps very good, but not perfect.
How did they become perfect over the two days between subordinate and boss roles?