“Leadership, then, is not a single act, but rather a continuous mindset to serve others. And it is therefore egalitarian — there is no requirement to wait until being anointed a leader, in order to be a leader. Rather, it is something each of us can choose to do every day through our own actions, whether we are an intern or a CEO; a parent or a child; a contractor or a client.”
He highlights 9 examples of how to lead when you are not the leader. Check them out!