How leadership is remembered

There have been too many presidents in all the countries of the world to remember who ruled at what time and for what duration.

There have been too many CEOs to keep track how long one served over another.

We however can at a single attempt remember when World War I and World War II took place. The Civil War is no different.

That difference between what we can easily recall and what will require much effort to remember boils down to one dividing line, significance.

We remember leaders, CEOs and organizations that do significant work and we may never forget the events that were significant to us. Significance makes all the difference but to understand significance, what does it look like or feel like?

It is wrapped in these words “guide change and pioneer positive growth and an enabling environment for personal and corporate development.”

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