In the past, it has been quite common for leaders to be split into 2 categories: people-oriented and goal-oriented. That is, leaders either have a disposition toward the joy of their people, at the potential cost of the goals of the group, or vice versa. So we are often told to look at ourselves and evaluate which way we tend to lean.
However, I have come to see that this is a false distinction.
If we truly love people, it won’t be at the expense of the goals because our goals will take into account the people in our team and the people we serve. Alternatively, if we truly want to achieve goals, it won’t be at the expense of our people because we realise that our ultimate