At the Center for Life Calling & Leadership we define leadership as “taking action to effect change by mobilizing others to accomplish a shared vision.” There are two types of leadership we look at. First, there is what we call personal leadership. Leadership doesn’t always have to be a formal, exalted position. It is rather as the definition states: taking actions (in any setting) that bring about change by mobilizing others (they don’t have to be a formal group) to accomplish a shared vision. Second, there is positional leadership. This is what we tend to think of more often when we hear the term “leadership” used. This is when a person is in a recognized position of authority and leadership. Now the person will have to carry out the same dynamics we just described in personal leadership if the leadership is to succeed. Click on “Leadership Theory” below to learn more about the Center’s concept of leadership.
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