After multiple discussions with leaders, host John Laurito has noticed that many struggle with over-leading and underleading. However, between the two, it’s underleading that produces far more consequences than the former. John also shares that micromanaging, being lazy, and over-assessing people’s abilities are some of the reasons why leaders tend to underlead. So, in any event, it’s best to overlead your team than to underlead; tune in to find out why.
[0:51] Quick backstory at how John failed with a newly assigned task
[5:49] What happens when you underlead
[7:49] As a leader, provide the right direction
[9:01] Why do people underlead?
[11:20] How to assess someone’s readiness for a specific task
[14:30] The consequence of underleading