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The following is a great post by Craig Groeschel from  It’s about the who and what of leadership.


Instead of always knowing “what” is happening with a project, what we really need to know is “who” is covering the project. If we have the right “who,” we shouldn’t have to worry about the “what.”

If we have the wrong “who,” then we need to know the “what.” If you always need to know the “what,” you have one of two problems:

  1. You are not an empowering leader.
  2. You have the wrong “who.”

Either way, the problem needs to be fixed.