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    October 5th, 2010

    ♬ Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow, don’t stop, it will soon be here….♬

    Lyrics and music by Christine McVie, recorded by Fleetwood Mac.



    This “Leadership Moment” post is another great guest post from Beth Flynn at the Ohio State University Center:

    In what ways are you a leader?

  • A business corporate leader. Corporate leaders often hold leadership positions in their organizations. You may even own the company. But you can also serve as a leader in your company even without the fancy title by the way you act and interact.
  • A professional leader. You can be a leader in your profession whether you are a consultant, or an independent professional like an attorney, speaker, or physician.
  • A community leader. You may have a leadership role in public service, as a nonprofit board member, in your church, or in your neighborhood.
  • A family leader. As a mother, father, sister, brother, son, daughter, or cousin, you may take an active part in creating your family environment.
  • An inspirational leader. You may be a leader among your friends, family, and by fans by the way you conduct yourself – as reflected by your character, your choices and your demeanor.
  • A thought leader. You could be leading change with original ideas and new ways of thinking.
  • An action leader. Maybe you’re the one with the energy to make things happen and the charisma to get others to do the same.
  • The leader of your own life. No matter who you are or what you do, you get to take the lead in your life. No one else will do that for you. No one can. Every single one of us is leading a life, which may be the most exciting kind of leadership of all. (Jay, p. 2-3)
  • From: Jay, J.K., (2009). The inner edge: the 10 practices of personal leadership. Santa Barbara: CA, ABC CLIO.

    The Inner Edge is available on loan from the Ohio State University Leadership Center. To borrow this resource or any other resource, please go to the resource search page

    Learn how the Ohio State University Leadership Center is inspiring others to take a leadership role that empowers the world at: You can subscribe to the Leadership Moments list by sending an e-mail to Beth at:

    Thanks Beth for another great post and for demonstrating that you are a fine inspirational leader!

    This entry was posted on Tuesday, October 5th, 2010 at 8:27 pm and is filed under Change Management, Firm Governance, Leadership and Strategic Planning, personal focus and renewal. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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