If you have done a good job as a leader, your employees will hardly even know you. In fact, they will believe that they got the task done all on their own. Think about it this way: the best singer in a choir will hardly be noticeable among the rest; however, without them, the music produced will not sound even half as sweet.
Remain uncompetitive and unworried; do not fuss or boast.
Do not try to compete with your employees.
Trust your employees.
Instead of micromanaging your employees, take a step back and allow them to work at their jobs.
Teach your employees to do better.
Impart your knowledge and skills onto your employees; teach and guide them to do the best they can.