When trouble strikes, are you an actor or a spectator?

08/26/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

When Claudia Caplan got stuck in gridlock after a baseball game, she hopped out of the car, began directing traffic and quickly got the cars moving again. She learned the importance of stepping up when you see a problem that you can solve. "There may be great people just waiting to be led, but we jump to the erroneous conclusion that some sort of hierarchy is in place and we become spectators rather than actors," she writes.

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