It’s how you act, not your position.

How Can Mid and Lower-Level Employees Influence Their Superiors?

At its heart, leadership is about taking initiative and influencing those around you — and that doesn’t just apply to people at the top of an organizational hierarchy. Everyone in an organization can demonstrate leadership, and they should.

Pat Cormier, my Kotter International colleague, says, “Leadership isn’t about position. It’s about how you behave and how you act.” Watch the video to see what else she has to say about leadership at all levels.

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