You Have Permission to Lead

You don’t have to be the CEO, a C-Level executive, or run a business unit to be a leader. Take for example Kevin Nussbaum.  A military veteran who has worked his way into the corporate world, now manning his post as an IT professional at a mid size company.  He saw a culture that needed help and a people that needed excitement. That’s when a 21-day, 10,000 step challenge was born.  The excitement and health benefits this challenge provided was incredible (the group collectively walked a ¼ of the way around the earth!) Who knew a small idea like this could create such a great impact.  Kevin didn’t need permission to lead.  He chose to lead.

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