Leadership is important at all levels. Whether you’re an administrative professional adept at managing workflow, or a plant floor manager who can mediate interpersonal conflicts, your leadership skills are important.
So how do you translate those skills into a promotion or advancement? First, you have to start thinking of yourself as a leader on and off the court – meaning, be a leader at work, at home and in the community. Once you start to branch out into leadership roles in other areas of your life. You’ll find your job performance starts to improve, positioning yourself as the next in line for advancement.
Here are some ways you can become a leader even if you aren’t in a management work position.