The critical question should not be what you need to become a leader, but what you need to be someone who can be a positive influence for change.
Everybody wants to be a leader. But sadly, not always for the right reasons. If leadership roles weren’t associated with higher levels of personal career success, including more status, money, and power, there would surely be a much lower proportion of people in the world willing to be leaders—particularly among men.
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