People often think if you have an executive or upper management job you are automatically a leader, but not so says leadership expert Kimberly Wiefling. She explains that leadership is not about a label or job title at all. Instead, it is personal quality involving action, communication, and a way of thinking.
Leaders set the tone and provide an example for everyone they are around. This may come from a new hire, the experienced administrative assistant or a quiet software engineer.
Whether you are just starting your career or have a lot of experience, you have the ability to provide leadership by helping guide the company toward achieving its goals.
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