Great Leaders Are Not Made of This: 5 Leadership Myths Dispelled

Emma Brudner
Emma Brudner



broken_link.jpgOne of the definitions of "leader" according to is "A person or thing that leads."

Right on,

While many of us get hung up on titles such as "CEO," "vice president," or "director," it turns out that anyone can be a leader -- regardless of tenure, rank, or experience. "To be a leader is to be a manager" is the first leadership myth that Ronald Quileste debunks in the following SlideShare.

Some other common perceptions he takes to task? The idea that leaders have to be great at "business talk," and are generally senior members of a company. Nope. Wrong again.

Check out the deck to learn what great leadership is -- and is not -- made of.

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