After years of being in a leadership position, we can forget what it was like to be on a team with someone over us.
We forget the frustrations we felt when we thought the boss was being unfair. We no longer remember what it was like to be, as some call it, a peon.
Those days are gone. And that can cause trouble.
We don’t mean to do this. But it happens.
Being away from “the action” can make us ignorant of what is happening where sales are being made, manual labor is happening, or even in church service.
That’s why I want to warn you of what you might be doing to frustrate your team.