You rarely find "Mom" as a job title on a resume, but when it comes to leadership development, moms and managers have more in common than you might think. Often, mom is wearing the hats of chief logistics coordinator, events director, lead chef, and financial analyst. It's a full time job, not to mention the additional demands of her responsibilities outside the home.
Yet somehow, in the midst of the craziness of life, Moms find time for leadership development.
It is Mom who gets tasked with the first steps of growing great humans, teaching us lessons in endurance, hardwork, humilty, and compassion.
Here are a few key leadership lessons from Mom we will never forget.