You don’t need to have rank and seniority to exert leadership. What you prioritize, what you value, how you listen, how you communicate, whose voices and views you feature, who you lift up, small gestures of mentorship, open-mindedness to advice and counsel — these all are informal acts of leadership. In this conversation with USA TODAY’s executive editor for news, Kristen Go, you’ll learn to recognize and harness this power for good.
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