Sometimes an organization needs leadership more than it knows. It's all too common to hear about companies that can't grow, that are falling apart, or that begin to fall apart as soon as a specific person moves on. To be effective, it's important to realize the value of great leadership in your organization before it's too late. Building a company full of great leaders early eliminates the possibility that it's success will ever hinge on just one person.
Since that decisive 1990 victory against the Denver Broncos, leadership scholars have been studying Montana's style of leadership. You see, in order to lead a team to that kind of victory takes more than great ball playing skills. It takes a level of leadership that inspires men to be more than great.