Pulse November 2015 - Page 35

ou don’t have to be at the top of your chosen profession to consider yourself a leader. Anyone who manages people can and should consider themselves leaders, and should also be willing to consider their leadership style, its results and how it can be improved. Good leadership can often make the difference between a business dying, surviving or thriving. But it is a mistake to assume that leaders are all born that way—very few have the innate ability to be a good leader; most have to learn along the way. In fact, the best leaders never stop learning. Learnin