All products and services are delivered to people, for people, by people. The same is true for any change to those products and/or services – whether those products/services come from public or private or not-for-profit/charity sectors. There is no single descriptor that characterizes a leader in every situation and every activity. Leadership is multi-dimensional and requires perspective, respect and service in the collaborative fulfilment of any set of activities. Let’s have a look at how some elements of leadership might be described.
People are too often scared about vision and creativity. Regardless of whether we are working on improving ourselves and our leadership or (simply) leading in some aspect of building a multi-million dollars structure/business, it’s about what we want it to look like in the end (the vision) and the problem-solving process to get there (creative process).
Great leaders are often the ones who can inspire a group or crowd of people through words, deed or their own actions. Typically, those that can translate their vision to the masses (or simply their co-workers) have the greatest following. Furthermore, whenever a leader speaks from the heart and conveys their passion - we are all inspired. "Passion is energy. Feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites you."