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16 Lessons (37m)
    • 1. Introduction to Leadership Styles

      2:15
    • 2. Objectives of the Course

      1:57
    • 3. Emotional Intelligence as a Leader

      3:45
    • 4. What Makes an Effective Leader

      1:21
    • 5. Self Awareness and Leadership

      3:41
    • 6. Perspectives on Leadership

      2:20
    • 7. Leadership vs Management

      1:11
    • 8. Mode of Leadership

      3:06
    • 9. Leadership Styles

      0:45
    • 10. Commanding Style

      3:02
    • 11. Pacesetting Style

      3:27
    • 12. Democratic Style

      2:23
    • 13. Affiliative Style

      2:30
    • 14. Visionary Style

      2:04
    • 15. Coaching Style

      2:21
    • 16. Leadership Styles Review

      1:15
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If you are involved in managing processes and resources (including people), you will have leadership responsibilities.

The main priority of a good leader is to get the job done whatever the job is.

Leaders make things happen by:

  • knowing their objectives and having a plan how to achieve them
  • building a team committed to achieving the objectives
  • helping each team member to give their best efforts

Leaders must know their strengths and weaknesses, so that they can build the best team around them.

Your leadership style is the manner and approach of providing direction, implementing plans, and motivating people.

This class looks at the six styles of leadership reviewing the strengths and the limitations of each style.  Although good leaders use all of the styles according to the situation, one of them normally dominates.

Poor leaders tend to less flexible.

Which style is the one that you use most often?