“Leadership is a mindset that shifts from being a victim to creating results”- Robin Sharma
I slightly disagree with Robin Sharma’s version.
There are subtle nuances in words and they can actually influence if not perception as such, at least the images and frames of reference that lead to perception.
For example if someone says a particular person [intentionally gender free] is a saintly person then immediately most of us visualize certain characterizations, expect specific behaviors and principles from that person.
Similarly leadership is not about creating results, if that was the case then it is performance.
For example Roger Federer is great performer and we do not know whether he is or may be also a great leader.
Therefore, leadership is all about 'enabling a group of /team of people to deliver results' by many or any means.
Leadership too, like many things context specific and content specific, differs from domain to domain.