“If you wish to be out front, then act as if you were behind.”Lao Tzu
To most students leadership is about confidence and being in front of the crowd, setting the example, showing the way. The assumption is that to be good leader, you have to act the part and maintain that confident edge and undying belief in your own abilities. But another way to secure that edge is to be humble and convince yourself that you haven’t succeeded yet and that there is more work to do. That humble attitude can also be the fuel for success.
According to Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu, humility makes you a great leader.
Confidence makes you a great leader.
Do humble people make good leaders?