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The Role Of A Leader


Nobody ever said that being a leader is easy. It's very simple to bark out orders and dismiss someone if they are not performing, but it takes work to coach, mentor, inspire, and motivate your team to perform at their optimum best. That's the fundamental difference between a leader and a manager; You must be willing to pay the price of leadership if you want the perks of leadership, according to John Maxwell.


As a leader, create a culture where your people are inspired to create great ideas, where the dreamers are encouraged to dream big dreams. Live your purpose by serving others and continually inspire your team to lift the organization to a higher level of performance.

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Thank you! Agreed with the addition of the following: A higher level of performance to fulfill our personal vision will intersect with a higher level of service to fulfill our professional vision, if and when our personal and professional vision are in alignment with our highest purpose- our North Star. Why? Performance is temporary without the heart of service. Many leaders can perform. Few leaders choose to serve. And a heart of service is contagious and empowers internal and external members to do the same, in our absence. A book, I read by the name, “Unleashed - The Unapologetic Leaders Guide to Empowering Everyone Around You” serves as a great foundation, along with a few other books. What book sing…

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