If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.
—JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
We all know that leadership is crucial to business success and that the best leaders help us to build organizations and cultures that nurture innovation, unlock the brilliance in employees at all levels, foster collaboration, and encourage new and more meaningful connections with customers. But does the leader's role need to change in a world filled with strangers and countless possibilities? To answer this question, let's begin with a simple children's story that has been around for about five hundred years.