Introduction to: Think Like A Leader

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There are many definitions of the terms leader and leadership. Historians, scientists, theorists, researches, scholars, and practitioners from many fields of endeavor have identified countless characteristics and traits of good and successful leaders. However, in spite of all of these efforts, no single definition, no universal list of attributes, and no all-encompassing metric for quantifying…

REALITY #7: Knowing why is essential.

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When leaders provide details regarding who, what, when, where, and how, they provide the basics for an anticipated course of action. Such information generally assigns tasks, establish goals, sets time and place guidelines, and generates the basis for supervision. And although all of that information is vital, a critically essential piece is still missing. For…

REALITY #1: Not everyone is a leader.

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Regardless of titles, ranks, organizational flow charts (organograms), seniority, degrees, inheritances, or any other forces that put someone in a position of leadership, it’s undeniably true that not everyone is a leader. Unfortunately and as a result of that stark yet simple reality, many organizations are being led by LINOs (Leaders in Name Only). They…