by Nancy Mikkelsen
(Allentown, Pennsylvania Area)
1. Be visible and available as a leader.2. Be sure that you are perceived by those both above and below you as a good listener. We can often learn more by being quiet then by speaking.3. Communicate and then communicate again! Be sure people know where you are leading them to. Let them see your vision.I also agree with the points by others on reading and being sure to seek out others to learn from. Leadership is not a title or a static opportunity - it is a way of behaving and learning.Nancy MikkelsenLeadership and Coaching Consultant
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