Ralph Nader attorney and author once said, “The function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers.” It is important that leaders give back and help others develop strong leadership skills.
Being a leader can take over both your identity and your time. While you are a leader people look to you for guidance and decision-making. You spend your time in meetings and events, planning and organizing. So what do you do when your time as a leader comes to an end?
Moving into a new leadership position often means that you will be charged with leading your friends. That transition from friend to leader is not always easy to navigate, but here are a few things you can do to keep the balance between friendship and leadership.