4 Stages To Use When Replicating Leaders

Has there been a moment when you took a look at everything you had to do and said to yourself, “I wish there were more of me”? At the end of the day, do you ever glance at the clock and wonder where the time went? 
My kids are young now, but I know the day is coming soon when they turn 16 and start asking me for the keys to my car. It would be foolish of me to send them for a night out behind the wheel without them being properly trained. Driving takes instruction and a lot of practice, and believe me- when the time comes, my kids will have both before I send them out on the road by themselves. When you replicate leadership in someone, they also need instruction and practice. Here is an easy way to think through replication.  I do/you watchI do/you helpYou do/I helpYou do/I celebrate In this progression, there are points for positive encouragement and constructive critique which effectively equips someone to replicate what you do. Eventually, they will be able to get behind the wheel …
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