The predominant definition for the word leader implies that only directors and charismatic, almost heroic, figures are allowed this designation. Yet, nothing could be further from the truth.
Leadership is a set of skills that allow us to move towards a common goal, in total alignment with ourselves and others. Therefore, it is not a question of whether we are leaders or not. We all make use of our leadership skills each and every day, in the most varied contexts. It’s not the designation of a leadership role that proves these skills, but rather their usage that defines the role of a leader.
Our leadership programs take on an experiential approach that truly develops the leader in us.