Jack Welch Explains Why You Don't Have To Be a CEO To Be a Leader

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By James Mills, Associate Partner & Mentorship Coach, Lighthouse International

This week on LinkedIn, Jack Welch, the legendary former CEO of GE, shared the following:

"Too often, people don’t know how their roles fit within a company, or why change is happening. So a leader’s job is to define what's in it for the team to embrace that change. #leadership"

It's a common myth to believe that we have to have an impressive job title to be a leader. He also posted a video expressing that any leader doesn't need to be a CEO, but instead a CMO... a Chief Meaning Officer! Watch below to learn how we can all be a CMO. 🙂

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Check out this article to learn more about why Jack Welch is considered one of the greatest CEOs of all time through the way he grew GE into one of the world's most valuable companies. 

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By |2018-08-01T14:59:34+00:00August 1st, 2018|

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My passion is education because I feel that so many more people would be able to lead happier, more successful and fulfilling lives if we all had access to a more inspiring education system. Working with a great team to make a positive impact on preparing the next generation is what drives me. As an Associate Partner at Lighthouse International and Co-Founder of Lighthouse Kidz I am committed to developing my ability to bring together emerging leaders and social entrepreneurs to make a positive difference in the world. Presently I'm working on a variety of initiatives such as bringing together the people, expertise and resources to ensure that everyone has access to clean water.

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