After several years on the court and in the classroom, Wade realized a common issue that both his teammates and entrepreneurship classmates faced: truly internalizing their ability to be great leaders.
Although the pinnacles of success could be easily identified - perrenial powerhouse basketball programs, high growth startups - it was often difficult for people to see themselves in those positions. But, that problem did not just exist at Stanford University; rather, it was everywhere. Everywhere, we observe great leaders with an abstract, mythical admiration. That mythical lens often prevents us from realizing that we can be the kinds of people we admire.
Leadership Unlocked demystifies great leadership because it brings great leadership down from an abstract level to a personal, more tangible one. By doing so, audiences leave with the knowledge that they can be great, and the roadmap on how to do so.