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In our social circles and workplaces, there are always people who rally or inspire us. We may not know why or how they do this, especially if those individuals aren’t appointed to do so. The result is that we follow them. Therefore, they are leading.
Management titles are often confused with leadership skills. Those are two entirely separate things. However, it is reasonable for people to look to their supervisors for leadership. Anyone who is a supervisor or manager should seriously consider becoming a leader, too.
Leaders experiment, take risks, fail forward and try again. They seek opportunities to be challenged and to challenge others.
Leaders build other leaders. Hoarding talents, tasks or knowledge creates an unsustainable workload and deprives others of development.
Leaders have followers. When an individual (regardless of title or position) brings others together, inspiring and encouraging them, that’s a sure sign of leadership.
This may be the most important one of all. Your desire to become a leader requires learning about leadership, developing the behaviors of a leader, and staying committed to your own continual development.