103 - The Pitfalls of The Leader Who Protects Too Much - John Laurito

103 – The Pitfalls of The Leader Who Protects Too Much

Are you the type of leader who does everything for the team? Like literally everything?

Did you know being over protecting as a leader may cause more harm than good?

Today I share a great analogy of how a perceived protective mechanism can actually be harmful to your organization similar to that of weight lifting.

[0:00] Intro

[0:22] Fantasy football league problem: I need help

[2:36] Weight belt analogy [5:22]

What does this have to do with leadership?

[6:25] What leaders should realize in order to grow an organization?

[8:34] What my boss did for me to make me grow?

[9:38] My message to you: develop the other muscles

[10:21] What’s gonna happen to your top people if you keep protecting the organization or team too much?

[11:34] Outro

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