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There's a difference between being a boss and a leader. Which one are you? Webster's definitions of a boss include: a person who exercises control over others and makes decisions, usually the person of highest rank or authority, a supervisor and a person who commands in a domineering manner. In contrast the definitions for a leader include: a person who rules, guides, inspires, escorts, directs, influences, persuades, and is out and ahead of or at the head of others. They have influence, power, and commanding authority over those they lead. They tend toward a certain goal or result, are in the foremost position, and usually "Pull" people toward what becomes a common vision.
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