Those grounded individuals, who in developing their ‘game’, focus their personal efforts on how they become a better teammate.
A winning organisation is an environment of personal and professional development, in which each individual takes responsibility and shares ownership, knowing better people make better leaders and leaders create leaders.
But leadership is not a DO thing, it is a BE thing. The moment you are accountable to, responsible for, and ultimately dependent on, the performance of people other than yourself, it stops being a DO thing.
Think back to a time. A time when someone did something special for you that changed your life. Now, write them a letter.
By definition, this conversation isn’t about a high-performance culture, it is about our high-performance culture, and this is where it gets complicated.