I’ve been working on it ever since. But I want to use everybody else’s words so it’s taking some time.
They built it themselves. I did one thing, besides making the video and that was, I added each of the names and birthdays of all of the victims to the inside of the building and read them off on the video.
Related to your post, within the story I wrote for you about how I ended up writing the Thesaurus I showed you once before (attached for visual reminder), is one of my definitions of leadership.
Leaders must know when and how to relinquish control properly.
In business and military, it’s called delegation but it’s more than assigning tasks to subordinates.
“Relinquishing control” is being able to trust they will do well, regardless of whether or not they do things HOW you would do things.
Very very difficult to do. It should be difficult to do as you are giving up methodology that’s true and works because it is what you do.
But as there is a greater goal than the methodology that you are relinquishing control for, a leader will do so for the sake of the greater goal. BUT ALSO:
A leader will have a failsafe mechanism.
“a system or plan that comes into operation in the event of something going wrong or that is there to prevent such an occurrence.”
The failsafe allows the leader to define the broader goals that are even broader than himself