"Victory belongs to the most persevering."--Napoleon Bonaparte
"Success is never final. Failure is never fatal. It is courage that counts." -- Winston Churchill
Leadership, more often than not, is seen as a win/lose game. Either you "succeed" at leadership, or you don't. But what is it, exactly, to "succeed" at leadership? Is it to be better, more respected, more famous, than other leaders? Is it to have the largest following? Is it to be the most courageous, or the most persevering? How do you really, honestly define leadership success?
What does "winning" look like for you as a leader?
Comment your thoughts.