4 Critical Leadership Skills for Non-Leaders

4 Critical Leadership Skills for Non-Leaders
Organizations often view leadership as a particular characteristic of the top managers. this is not only inaccurate but poses problems for developing a high-performance business unit. Many people in an organization, that do not hold an official management/leadership position, can be effective leaders for their business unit. Senior members of the team with the ability to formally or informally mentor others come to mind. We found a valuable article on the subject…

“In any organization, it’s often individual contributors in non-managerial positions that can have the most impact on the products and services of the company.

The non-authority employees who already exert leadership within the business are sometimes called “charismatic leaders.” The earn the mantle of a leader because they build relationships and trust with other members of the team and lead by example in knowledge and team interaction. Organizations that encourage and promote the “every body can lead” culture will have a much better opportunity to become a high-performance company.

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