If you study leadership, there is one factor that virtually every single outstanding leader you will ever meet possesses.
In fact, I can’t think of a single exception.
It’s not natural gifting, although that helps.
It’s not tremendous people skills. Some leaders just don’t possess those and they’re still effective.
It’s not a tremendous education. Lots of top grads end up missing their potential.
While there are, for sure, many factors that go into effective leadership, this one is characteristic of every outstanding leader I know.
So what is it? And how would you know if you have it?
The Critical Factor
The critical factor is so simple that when you see it, you’ll recognize it immediately.
And yet so many aspiring leaders don’t possess it (yet).
What is it?