We’ve often heard the adage “everyone can be a leader”, but what does this mean? More importantly, how is this relevant to your organization and your sphere of influence? The most practical answer is to think of leadership in terms of character, not position or title. A leader is someone at any level who has grasped the ability to take charge of their thoughts, and consequently their actions, in any situation. We are often tested to be the best version of ourselves, regardless of our job function. Our attitudes directly impact
the workplace atmosphere and the quality of our business relationships. We should never underestimate our personal power and ability to control our reality.
Speaker: Michelle Ray, CSP, Certified Speaking Professional and author of Lead Yourself First! Indispensable Lessons in Business and in Life.
Length: 1h 07min (Please note: The video file is missing the first 35 seconds of the recording, although no material information is missing. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.)