I was curious. Leaders need to have high practical knowledge in the field or whether they can handle people well. Whether you're a middle manager or a top manager.
I used to think that leaders should have practical skills. CEOs must know the businesssaid
The chief executives and war leaders in American movies and books always seemed to have a high level of skill.
I just realized
A leader is not a person who works well, but a person who handles people well. It's just that only people can handle it well!
You can hire someone who knows how to do it, and let them do it, but you don't have to do it yourself.
A leader is someone who can get what he wants by moving others.
Conversely, if I want to do what I have to do, and I have to do what I have to do, I will have to find a way to receive treatment even if I am old and work. If you want to do big things, you will have to build up skills in dealing with people (?) rather than work.