Avoiding the Leader Label

by | Dec 31, 2015 | Blog, High Road Accountability and Ethics, High Road Leadership

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Leadership is not a title or position on the organizational chart.

Leading is about taking charge, not being in charge. It is accepting a role that will influence the outcome for the better. It is a desire to guide other people’s actions. Leading is being a go-to person whom others can rely on to make things happen.

I suggest that you be less concerned about the label of ‘leader and instead define yourself as an agent of beneficial change, a mover and shaker, or a person of positive influence. These descriptors will improve your comfort level with the role as the person who needs to make things happen.

A true leader has impact. Where do you want or need to have impact?

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