Tom’s a CEO who had a leader who was struggling at work. He needed some additional oversight until he matures into his potential. But he was reluctant to release any control.
Tom knew that if this leader didn’t accept his recommendations willingly he would likely sabotage any help he sent his way. He needed to prove that he was teachable, or Tom would need to consider other options.
Fortunately, this leader humbled himself and accepted Tom’s offer of additional oversight, leading to more profitability for the organization and growth for him.
Proverbs 16:20 says, “Whoever gives heed to instruction prospers, and blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord.”
Teachability is a quality we should all look for in those we select to lead areas of our business.
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