Natural leaders do not worry about a title. They understand that they can do their work without this burden.
A title isolates the leader from engaging in what is real. It confines them to a role that may not be relevant to what is needed by the organization at that moment.
A leader doesn’t need to label everything. They understand that labels are often misleading. One day’s success is another day’s failure. They do what is appropriate, accept the results, learn from it, and move on.