When a leader responds from fear, they unintentionally gift the fear to their teams.

When a leader is unwilling to be vulnerable, they unintentionally make it unsafe for others to be vulnerable.

When a leader is unavailable to the team, the team will be unavailable to them.

The inverse is true too

When a leader demonstrates courage by stepping through the discomfort of a problem, they gift the team with the same courage.

When a leader can be honest about their fears, they unintentionally give the team permission to do the same.

When a leader trusts themselves and the team, the team will as well.

A team really does rise to the level of leadership they experience.

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