What Defines Authentic Leadership?

by Marcianne Kuethen
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Is it possible to be a leader and exert influence even if you don’t possess a title or a position of power? Yes, says speaker Michael Hyatt, but leadership isn’t just about having influence. He identifies 5 traits that authentic, intentional leaders demonstrate:

  1. Insight
  2. Initiative
  3. Influence
  4. Impact
  5. Integrity

According to the descriptions Hyatt gives for these traits, anyone can be a leader! So if you’re feeling undertitled or not as powerful in your job as you’d like, consider that a true leader can act regardless of what it says on your business card–if you even have one! And if you already have the title and position of power, compare yourself to these 5 traits to see if you have room to grow.

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