It pays to think carefully about your leadership philosophy and how you can articulate those beliefs publicly, writes Joel Garfinkle. Demonstrating thought leadership filters back to your organization, Garfinkle explains. "As you write articles about how and why you lead the way you do, your peers and subordinates understand your leadership skills better. They are better able to duplicate them," he writes.
How to become known for your leadership
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