What distinguishes ordinary leaders from great leaders is their style of doing things. Some people were born natural leaders, with most qualities that make a great leader. Others learn the ropes of leadership in the line of duty. At the end of the day, your leadership title does not matter, what matters is your personality as a leader. What then can you learn from Evan Williams, the cofounder of Twitter on leadership?
Williams’s journey is an indication that everybody starts from somewhere. According to Williams, the greatest mistake that leaders make is taking a bossy seat, knowing that their juniors will work everything out. That kind of attitude is a recipe for disaster since it does not bear fruits. Leaders know that employees are their greatest asset, and your number one fans.