How to be a leader when you don't have any authority

01/13/2012 | WorkAwesome.com

If you're working for an ineffective boss, it's OK to step up and show off some of your leadership abilities as long as you don't overstep your bounds, Jesse Langley writes. For example, instead of rolling your eyes in a rudderless meeting, "try actively participating to facilitate change in your department or company," she writes.

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