In our last article on the topic of leadership, we explored the first dimension of leadership influence, which is who you are being, or the behavioral attributes that you should strive to exhibit, as a leader. In that article, we established that leadership in business is the art of influencing others to do the things you need them to do to meet their objectives, which should translate to meeting your organization's objectives.

In this article, I'll discuss the second dimension of leadership, which are the activities that affect your influence over others. These activities give leadership its momentum and can be undertaken by anyone in your business or practice, regardless of their role or title.

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