Small Acts of Leadership
Learning about “being a leader” or “leadership” will shift our focus to the perceived attributes of the people we study. Shifting our attention to the acts of leadership themselves we can better consider the cause-effect relationship of our actions. This improves our ability to practice in small deliberate increments and accelerate our learning. Through this practice, we develop our fitness to lead inside of the environment we operate in.
First, we evaluate the boundaries inside of which we are free and safe to perform small acts of leadership. If we don’t know or we can’t tell where these boundaries are, how can we claim we can lead? These might be quite limited at first, but with time we can expand them and demonstrate a range of diverse acts of leadership.
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