Today we are visiting with Rick Miller, author of Be Chief: It’s a Choice, Not a Title and discussing the difference between being in a POSITION of influence versus being a PERSON of influence.
We’re very aware that key leaders in organizational setting have titles that begin with the word “chief”—chief financial officer, chief operating officer, chief executive officer and such. Rick’s point is that “being chief” in this way is not mainly about holding a position as it is about expressing a way of leading that serves others.
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