10 Permissions a Great Leader Grants


As a leader, do you allow your team to dream, to fail, or even to have fun?

Does your team have permission?

To dream – Give your team permission to dream the seemingly impossible. The lid of possibilities will often be when your sense of realism trumps your sense of imagination.

To fail – People need to know they can mess up and still have another chance on your team. Do they?

To have fun – Let’s get this party started! Work hard, but take time to laugh along the way.

To experiment – It might work. It might not. Let’s give it a try.

To ask questions – People only know what they know. Let them ask about that of which they are unsure?

To collaborate– Build a team. That’s the healthy view of leadership. Isolation can lead to destruction.

To gain recognition – Those who own all the acknowledgement limit people who will ever attempt to achieve it.

To be challenged – People perform up to the expectation. Seldom beyond.

To own – Ownership leads to stewardship. The more you give people a seat at the table the more responsibility they will assume for overall results.

To create – Original thoughts are welcome here. Are they? Make sure your team knows it. And, believe me, they will.

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