If you want to see real leadership, take a look at the Chilean miners currently facing months trapped underground. The crew of 33 miners are taking orders from their shift supervisor, but they have been delegating responsibility to one another to draw on their individual strengths and keep the team happy and healthy. "Through multiple acts of leadership, they have organized themselves to take care of their bodies, minds and spirits," Scott Eblin writes. "The way they've done it is instructive and humbling for all of us leading in much less challenging situations."
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