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Over the years I have heard many different definitions of leadership. One person might say that a leader is someone who has followers. Another person might say a leader is someone who has a clear vision and inspires others to move towards a certain goal. Someone else might say a leader is a person who is trustworthy, who acts with integrity and treats people well. Everyone’s definition of leadership is different because it is a very subjective thing.

What is your definition of leadership? After you define your view of leadership, look around, you might unexpectedly find people around you who meet your criteria.

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