Corporate leadership is often associated with job titles, knowledge, education or letters behind a name. While all of these things might be useful, not one of them means you are a leader.
Leadership is most apparent when there’s a problem. The problem could be something gone wrong, an upset or something you are stuck on.
Leadership is your ability to respond in a way that moves you and others beyond a problem. When you look at leadership from this perspective, what has leadership got to do with job title?
Regardless of your job title, age or knowledge:
You’ve got this.
Now, go lead.