If you were to define a leader, you may come up with a myriad of definitions, a person “in charge” who tells you and others what to do? A celebrity with a large influence? A parent who is trying to raise their children? The person at the “top” of a pyramid organizational structure?
In truth, we can all be leaders in our life. And we don’t have to fit any specific definition to do that. Our influence on others in our daily life is just as impactful as being in a “leadership role”. You don’t need a podium or a corner office to make an impact.
To give some perspective, corporate leadership has taken a drastically different turn in the last 20 years. From the past top-down leadership, it has become a team style of leadership where principals recognize their team members for skills and contribution, not just performance.
Why is that? Is it possible that the world is catching on to the idea that leaders have an enormous responsibility to their employees – not just to their bottom line?
Would you like to know how you be a leader that brings your employees (or co-workers, or children) to a place of encouragement, growth and nourishment as they perform their functions in the organization (or family)?
This is the concept we will tackle in our upcoming course Leadership: From Parenting to President coming up in February. Learn more and register for the course here.
As always, a Change Your Life membership includes this course, plus a whole bunch of other benefits. You can learn more about membership here.
We look forward to seeing you there!
In Love and Freedom,