What defines a good leader?
Anyone can be a leader by definition, an accomplishment derived from experience and credentials, built upon by job titles and paychecks.
Yet, not everyone who is a leader actually leads.
The number one thing that separates those who successfully manage change from those who simply hold management titles is the ability to be memorable. That skill-set is one that is uniquely yours to articulate, drive, and build. To be memorable you must trust in yourself enough to unfold legacy in real-time, based not on how you lead others, but on how you manage and lead yourself.