Multiple choice question: teammate does something wrong with a material cost to the team. Do you:

  1. Bench them?
  2. Blame someone else?
  3. Call it out and move on?

Ultimately, be clear on what type of leader is required and what type of leader you choose to be. Make sure your actions match your words match your fundamental beliefs. If you try to be something you are not, you’re going to get caught. It matters less whether you’d want a Devin Darrington on your team than whether you’d make the same choice every time. Lead so others can follow.

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