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What are you going to accomplish?
Leadership is a role, not a goal.
Don’t set out to be the leader for the “win” of being on top.
Don’t set out to be a leader “to be in the room where it happens.”
Your leadership should be used to DO SOMETHING.
What is your vision?
How are you going to make things better than how you found them?
What are you going to inspire in your people?
Too often, we get caught up in the tasks—assigning work, managing the budget and schedule, filling out the forms, etc. Don’t let this week’s deadline prevent you from seeing paths to future growth and achievement for your team. Where do you want the team to be in five years? What can be set in motion now (training, communication, strategic initiatives, etc.) to make that happen?
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