Peer leadership requires conviction that the person in charge is one whom you trust and are willing to follow even though that person has no authority over you. So why believe?

Leading those who can say “no” to you is always a huge challenge, but if you can convince them by your actions and your enthusiasm, then they might believe in what you are doing.

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One response to “The art of leading your peers”

  1. Gillian Murrell says:

    All great comments! Trust is key and the key to trust is caring about others more than yourself or at least as much as yourself :)