As a former emergency room physician, each time I stepped onto the ER floor, I was leading a different team. The patients, staff and challenges were different, but the fundamental leadership principles remained the same.
You don’t have to be the CEO of an organization or the manager of a department to be considered a leader. We’re all leaders, and how we conduct ourselves impacts the morale and productivity of those around us. No matter your role in the organization, you will face different situations, people and challenges. Leadership is subjective; results are not.