Seven Signs You've the Mindset of a Great Leader
What these signs say about you
One of the things I love doing as an Inc.com columnist is being able to share compelling stories. Especially stories of extraordinary leaders who overcame unthinkable challenges to now teach us lessons of resilience, hope, and a new way forward.
Kevin Hancock, 6th generation family CEO of Hancock Lumber, is one such person. Hancock was diagnosed with spasmodic dysphonia, a rare neurological disorder that makes speaking difficult.
Two years later, he began traveling from his home in Maine to the remote Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. There, he encountered an entire community that did not feel fully heard. While Hancock initially saw the partial loss of his own voice as a hindrance, he began to think of it as a gift -- an invitation to lead differently and give others a bigger voice.
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