It was Peter Drucker who applied the Greek aphorism of “know thyself” to leaders. Great leaders seem to have taken that message to heart and freely admit to their weaknesses. As such, it is not uncommon to hear them say that the shrewdest thing they do is to surround themselves with people smarter than they—and then get out of their way. While I am certainly not proclaiming myself a great leader, I have eagerly sought to surround myself with smart people.
While I hope I’m Read more