You don’t have to be a “leader” to demonstrate leadership skills

It’s pretty confusing at times to discern what leadership means and where it falls.  Traditionally leaders are thought of as those who run something – a group, public or private organizations and so on.  Strong armed, being the smartest and rewarded for the greatest gains.  But most of us know now that’s old school thinking.  For an organization to truly grow and prosper requires all employees to demonstrate the skills of leadership for the job they have been hired to do.  Priorities, actions and attitudes.   While the owner/CEO of the company has to orchestrate their employees around complex goals and gain alignment, if employees do not take up the call then leadership falters throughout.

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