Lead by permission, not by authority. Every boss has a title. That title gives them the right to direct others, to make decisions, to organize and instruct and discipline. Memorable bosses lead because their employees want them to lead. Their employees are motivated and inspired by the person, not the title. Through their words and actions they cause employees feel they work with, not for, a boss. Many bosses don’t even recognize there’s a difference… but memorable bosses do.