098: The Leadership Skills You Need as an Individual Contributor
It’s pretty common that when we think about leadership we think about a managerial job title or a prestigious position. But if you’ve been around here long enough, you know that leadership isn’t about the title - it’s about the influence!
Let’s talk about the leadership skills you need as an individual contributor to really make an impact.
In today’s episode, I’m diving into the importance of leadership at the individual contributor (IC) level and how to foster great leadership for yourself (and the ICs that work for you) to achieve bigger impact and elevate both you and your organization.
Ready to learn what it takes to lead as an individual contributor?
Let’s go to the show!
I dive into:
- The leadership skills you need to develop if you are an individual contributor (and why you want to lead ICs on your own team to develop them too)
- Being the thought and ideas leader in your organization from an IC standpoint
- Why a title isn’t the resource you think it is (and how to get the resources you really need to make an impact!)
- The NINE things you can do to lead without a title and still have a massive influence
- And more
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Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode98
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