Competition is what pushes many of us to meet our full potential, but it also makes us critical of other people’s flaws and qualities.
Treating people for less than what they are or can be is painful. It perpetuates a culture of aggressive dominance of our leaders over the ones who are still growing. We see it in business, on TV, at work, in schools – but we shy from calling it out.
When mistakes are made and we get judged rather than educated is when collective failure manifests itself. We fail not for being better, but for thinking that someone else’s mistake makes us better.
What type of leader do you want to be?