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Learn How to Be a Memorable Leader

Three Keys to Leaving a Lasting Impression

By Jean Kelley



While there are many great leaders in the world, not all of them are truly memorable—that is, they don't all leave an impression that lasts beyond their current accomplishment or focus. But being memorable is essential if you want long-term success. What makes one leader memorable and puts another in the "out of sight, out of mind" category? It comes down to three key elements: 1) Know who you are and be honest with yourself; 2) Know your vision, communicate it, and live it; 3) Be willing to learn and teach others. Develop these characteristics in yourself and you, too, can be a memorable leader.
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