For organizational leaders, there are two main types of power: positional and personal. Positional power comes from titles: chief executive officer, vice president, director, or manager. Those with personal power may or may not have titles, but their charisma, relationships, and influence draw others to them. While some people have one or the other, the leaders who make the biggest impact have a blend of both.
Author Archives: Mindy Hall
Mindy Hall, PhD, is the President and CEO of Peak Development Consulting, and author of the award-winning book Leading with Intention: Every Moment is a Choice. Her articles have appeared in Entrepreneur, Fast Company, Leader to Leader, Chief Executive, and many other prominent publications. She works with leaders around the globe to create sustainable organization and leadership development solutions: helping them address today’s challenges, while also growing their capacity to lead future initiatives from within. Her philosophy can be summed up in eight simple words: “I want it to matter that we met.”
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