Peter Drucker (and others) said that it's the job of a leader to develop more leaders, not followers. High performance leaders surround themselves with people who show initiative, who get things done, who are ready to lead. They develop, sustain, support, and promote leaders without any fear or jealousy.
Surrounding yourself with leaders who are growing and creating success will only make you more successful. It's what leaders do.
Leaders develop leaders first to sustain long range high performance results.
Better results, with their people taking care of themselves and each other.
Isn't that what you want?
-- doug smith