“They called me KEYS,” Ryan explained. “I had the keys to every door and portal in the building. I was important. I was the person the company trusted with the keys.”
“And, what did you discover?” I asked.
“I thought the keys were a sign of power, and that power translated into being a manager.”
“And, why did you think that?” I pressed.
“No one could do anything without my permission.” Ryan replied. “I thought I had a great deal of authority.”
“Now, I realize that carrying all the keys to the building has nothing to do with being a manager.”
“So, what did you change?”
“I found another trustworthy person to carry all the keys.”