Why leaders don't need big egos to be effective

03/1/2012 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

The myth about good leaders is that they are egotistical, rare and always extroverts. No so, writes Tara Alemany. Leaders can be respectful and exhibit great humility, and can be defined as anyone who can inspire others. Leaders aren't chosen by other people, Alemany writes, but are the ones who step up and are acknowledged by others for their skills.

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