Came across this fascinating piece from The Muse and it really piqued our interest. It’s titled How to Lead a Meeting Even Though You're Not the Leader.
It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:
Speaking up and contributing in meetings can be your best opportunity to shift others’ perception of you: from tactician to strategist, from task achiever to change-agent, and from doer to leader. With your teammates, management, and occasionally, key senior leaders in the room, meetings are a tailor-made platform for you to shape how others in your organization perceive you.
If you ...