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As we have seen, leadership isn’t limited to those with titles. Now let’s examine how it can cross team boundaries.
As individuals hone their ability to lead teams of which they are a member but not the de facto leader, sometimes a powerful second dynamic comes into play.
Not only do they perform acts of leadership with their own team, they’re also sought out by teams they’re not affiliated with and invited to contribute to them as well.
How does this reputation of leadership strength come about?
Watch as Les McKeown explains and offers three tips on how to begin building yours.
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