Though worker diversity has been a popular issue in workplaces, some traditional organizations still only allow uni-perspective. The leader is supposed the most competent in the organization. He/She always makes the most intelligent decision for the common good of the organization. But in reality, we are living in a multi-cultural community where the common good does not exist. The verse: “The instruction of the wise is like a life-giving fountain, those who accept it avoid the snare of death. – Proverbs 13:14.” tells us that the willingness of seeking advice from wise people is the deterministic leadership quality.

Unfortunately, the story is not that simple since it is not easy to identify the wise. Many times, the most significant advice is not from the one who we think of wise. More precisely, I think it is not our competence nor our willingness. Humility is the true essence of leadership. We are almost impossible to solve any single problem through a single perspective. We need the consistent support of other people who love us, tell us their thoughts and beliefs, and hold us accountable. As “Humility comes before honor. – Proverbs 15:33.” God usually helps us through his godly people.