Charting the Course
Steering the Ship
Both are important, but one is most important.
Charting the course takes serious concentration, requires research, demands logic and data to be accurate and timely.
And then there is steering the ship.
With the course charted, the leader steers as planned; but then something unexpected happens. The data is not lining up with the conditions at hand, and it takes vision and a steady hand to intuitively modify the plan so you can continue on your path.
Great leaders have charted a logical course.
Exceptional leaders understand that conditions can change and they react accordingly.
Which do you need to develop further?