Leadership is Not Attached to a Position

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If this doesn’t inspire you, I don’t know what will. You can be a leader no matter where you are in the job food chain. Leadership is not attached to a price tag. It’s based on your abilities to connect with others and deliver.

The confidence you exude, the energy you bring, your passion and drive are all necessary ingredients to developing your essence and making your mark in this world.

So the next time you consider yourself “just a xxxx” at your company. Pause for a second and realize how important you are to your organization and how you can capitalize on your talents so you can move up that food chain. šŸ™‚ If you are a manager or employer, create a culture where employees don’t view themselves as just pegs in a wheel. They should feel vested in the company. Empower rather than belittle and don’t hold back to suit your own needs. As a boss you need to encourage your team to develop their inner leader. You will only look stronger.

Look in the mirror and say hi to the leader that’s waiting to break out from inside you šŸ™‚

For more inspiration, leadership strategies and lessons? Please order a hard copy or Kindle version of my book Opportunity Knocking Lessons from Business Leaders.


Author: loriannlarocco

I am the author of "Dynasties of the Sea: The Untold Stories of teh Postwar Shipping Pioneers", "Opportunity Knocking: Lessons from Business Leaders", "Thriving in the New Economy" and "Dynasties of the Sea: The Shipowners and Financiers Who Expanded the Era of Free Trade". I'm also the Senior Talent Producer at CNBC, and known as the producer with the trillion dollar Rolodex

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