Leadership, whether in a family, in a little league team, or in an organization, requires the same factors.
First of all, you have to have the mindset that you want to help people reach their full potential.
The leader constantly teaches the people in his team how they can become more successful by contributing to the team's common goals.
The leader teaches his people how to be the best they can be - how to achieve greatness by helping the organization succeed. How they can perform at their peak in ways that serve the goal of the team.
It's a constant teaching process that takes a lot of patience. Constant explanation, demonstration, imitation, correction and repetition until the lessons are learned.
That's why it takes a special person to be a leader.
Make it an Olympic day!