Just about anyone can make an organization look good in the short-term—by launching a flashy new program or product, drawing crowds to a big event, or slashing the budget to boost the bottom line. But leaders who leave a legacy take a different approach. They lead with the long-term in mind.
When all is said and done, your ability as a leader will be judged by how well your team did after you were gone. That’s the last of Maxwell’s 21 Laws of Leadership, the Law of Legacy: “A Leader’s Lasting Value is Measured by Succession.”
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