Sharing your knowledge can help you grow as a leader

07/29/2013 | Forbes

If you've achieved a certain level of expertise in the business world, it's time to share your knowledge with the world, writes Chrissy Scivicque. In addition to helping others, this allows you to reinforce your knowledge, build your reputation, become more valuable to your employer and learn new things, she writes. Share what you know by mentoring others or volunteering for a leadership assignment.

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