We love leaders. We idolize them, blame them, and expect them to save the day. This obsession with the heroic leader overlooks a critical truth: leadership is not a solo act. As Teddy Roosevelt said, "The credit belongs to the [one] who is actually in the arena..." Leadership is an active, often messy struggle. No leader succeeds alone. Yet we perpetuate the myth of the lone hero leader. When companies falter, we blame the CEO. When countries struggle, we blame the president. We act as if they alone determine success ......
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