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Jan
16

Tips for Peer-to-Peer Leadership

Ever found — or find — yourself in charge of supervising your peers?

While leading a team can be a rewarding experience,  it can also feel awkward when you’re in the course of doing it –especially if you’re suddenly your best friend’s boss or applying for jobs.

Fortunately, there’s a wealth of advice and resources online that advise how to lead. Check out these suggestions from Rachel Farrell’s “23 Traits of Good Leaders.” Farrell has rounded up advice from a number of different experts. Must-have skills and attributes include self-awareness, collaboration, focus, integrity and compassion.

For additional advice, check out this video from Robert Wendover:

(Hat tip to our colleague Justin Einhorn ’14 for contributions to this piece.)

Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2013/01/tips-for-peer-to-peer-leadership/

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