If you’re hoping to move up the ladder in the office, you’re likely looking for ways to make your voice heard, whether it be in an important meeting or just around the water cooler.


Set yourself apart

One of the top ways you can start setting yourself apart as someone the rest of the office wants to follow. Learn how to confidently make decisions (even if those decisions seem risky to others) and avoid playing it safe.

Leaders are often judged on the results of their actions, their problem-solving abilities and their confidence in the face of uncertainty. A lot of confidence can be portrayed through your body language alone, such as: make good eye contact with everyone around you, genuinely smile, stand tall, walk with purpose and learn the art of a good handshake.

Read here and build your leadership skills to become a leader in your workplace or read this blog on ‘Teaching Your Managers How to Lead’.