For any organization to function at its highest level of performance, it must have effective leaders in second chair roles.
Note: Second chair leaders are essential.
An attitude of contentment and a desire to learn are foundational elements of effective second chair leadership.
Note: From "Leading From The Second Chair"
Note: Second chair leaders are Biblical.
Life as a slave and as a prisoner taught Joseph many lessons. He was in a foreign land with a foreign language. He was no longer the favored son in his household. He had no position of authority. To survive this harsh environment, he had to find a way to set himself apart. So with no other choice, Joseph grew up.
Note: Apply to staff leaving college and joining a staff.