What Are The Differences Between Change Leader And Thought Leader?
There are many types of leaders in the world today — and two of the most popular ones are change leader and thought leader.
Now, what are the differences between change leadership and thought leadership?
Carry on reading below to learn more about them.
What is change leadership?
Change leadership is the ability to influence and enthuse others through personal advocacy, vision and drive, and to access resources to build a solid platform for change (Higgs and Rowland, 2000).
In other words, a change leadership is an action which involves making a change to how things work — whether in an organization or group. Change is always considered as new approach to the current method for growth and success.
What is thought leadership?
Thought leaders are the informed opinion leaders and the go-to people in their field of expertise. They are trusted sources who move and inspire people with innovative ideas; turn ideas into reality, and know and show how to replicate their success. Credit: Thought Leadership Lab.
Thought leaderships are people who are willing to take 'the road not taken' — taking actions which are not commonly taken by many to provide the opportunity for improvement.
How to know if you are a change leader?
Here are some characteristics of a change leader:
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How to know if you a thought leader?
Here are some characteristics of a thought leader:
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Summary: Change Leader vs Thought Leader — Which one are you?
Are you a change leader or a thought leader?
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