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You Do NOT Need To Be In Charge To Lead

Although you may not be aware of it, your employer is always on the lookout for great employees.

People who they can count upon to be leaders among the other employees and with their clients.

This is true in all industries. Many people make the mistake of thinking that you can only lead if you have the authority to do so, as in a leadership titled position. But there are some ways that you can let your leadership abilities shine through for everyone to notice and appreciate.

Be A Great Communicator

Being able to get your point across effectively and efficiently. Say what you mean and mean what you say. Being able to know that you stand by your word is a vital component in establishing trust among your co-workers and your boss.

Thoroughly Learn Your Job

Knowing your job inside and out can only help you look good. It also shows your employer how dedicated you are to the job and to the company

Take On Opportunities To Cross-Train

The more you learn, the more you know. Showing that you are willing to learn different aspects of the business is an encouraging sign to an employer, lets them know that you are serious about developing yourself and moving up.

Take Responsibility

If you make a mistake, own it, admit it and provide a solution so that the likelihood of recurrence is minimized.

Be Flexible

Being flexible means being able to accept change and being able to roll with the changes even if you disagree with them. Always remember there are other ways to do things, but your way may not be the best way.

Develop A Thick Skin

Constructive criticism is what makes everyone better at their job. After all, how would you know if someone did not tell you! Even if the criticism is not so constructive, try to glean what the actual issue is and make the necessary corrections. Leave emotion at home.

Help Others

Sharing tips and new techniques with other trainers is a great way to spread better service to clients. Also remember to give credit where credit is due. Look for opportunities to help your co-workers succeed.

Avoid Gossip

There are times when rumors are swirling around the department. Make sure you do not get caught up in the drama

Know Your Bosses Priorities

Knowing what is important to your boss will help guide your decision-making when the boss is away.

Demonstrating leadership abilities in your current position, no matter what level you are – will only increase your chances of becoming a better person, a better employee and one day a great leader in a well-earned and deserved leadership position.

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