Many times when either new managers join an organization, or current managers climb higher up the management ladder, they spend a lot of time figuring out their new place in the organization, and the responsibilities of their new position. The expectations from one position to another (even when they have the same position title) are never the same. This is especially true of leadership positions. A good guide? Executives need to understand the different levels of leadership, and the skills needed at those levels. Here are two quotes to keep in mind: "Leaders aren't born they are made . . .
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