“There are no guarantees.” We’ve all heard it. Yet, a guarantee simply involves a promise or assurance that certain conditions will be fulfilled.
The problem we often face is that we want to use and abuse a product with the guarantee it will still look and function like new. If this is our thinking, then there are no guarantees.
Sadly, we do the same with leaders. We use and abuse them expecting them to look and function like new, but it will not work.
Leaders need support and encouragement. When they receive it they tend to function in the best interest of followers.
The result provides a guarantee worth following.