LeadershipArticleMost successful leaders know themselves well, learn to lead themselves first, and then choose to be the type of person others follow.

It’s been said that a boss drives employees while a leader coaches them—that a boss depends on authority, inspires fear, uses people, commands, and blames, while a leader depends on goodwill, generates enthusiasm, develops people, and fixes problems. In truth, anyone can be a boss, yet not just anyone can be a leader. So how can you be a successful leader? Here are a few ideas on the process:

Leading is Never Easy
It takes hard work and persistence. However, it can become increasingly more joy-filled with healthy doses of self-awareness and a willingness to fight for the greatest good of your company and your employees. In GiAnt Worldwide’s work with leaders and teams across the United States, they call this the “Leadership of a Liberator.”

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