True Leaders Focus On Leading, Not Job Titles

A leader’s job is to make it easy for everyone to excel at their jobs. When a team is working well, the leader is the least important team member.

If you micro-manage, give directions, create countless committees and meetings, or make busy work for your teams, you’re not leading.

Stop thinking about your job title and start thinking about leading. Titles do little more than give the impression of self-importance and achievement.

True leaders focus on leading, not job titles. A title doesn’t make someone a leader.

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