Join Lisa Earle McLeod for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Leading without Formal Authority.
- As you've seen in this course,…there are a myriad of ways to develop informal leadership.…- [Second Instructor] And by now you've recognized…leadership is not about barking orders at people.…Leading without authority is more subtle…when you're not officially in charge.…- But it can also be more powerful,…because your informal leadership isn't title dependent.…When you use the techniques in this course,…you become recognized as a leader…because of who you are and the way you behave,…not just your place on the org chart.…
- [Second Instructor] And you've seen how these small…tweaks in language, behavior and presence…can make a big difference, and they can take you…from a teammate to becoming a well…respected informal leader.…- Being mindful about your habits and your goals…can make your own work more rewarding.…True leadership is often found in the nuance.…- [Second Instructor] And as your leadership grows,…your relationships grow, and informal leadership…helps you get more cooperation from others…and an even better reputation for yourself.…
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- Name three ways that you can add value to a meeting.
- Recognize the benefits of including emotional impact in your stories.
- Explain how developing a team mindset can increase efficiency and productivity.
- Identify an easy way to reinforce expectations.
- Determine when it is necessary to tell your boss about a mistake made by a peer.
- Recall the most important benefit of punctuality.