Are leaders all born leaders or can we learn to become leaders?
You must have heard this before: "He is a natural leader". Although valued and sought after, leadership brings with it a lot of questions and mysteries: is it innate or can it be acquired? Who really owns it? What makes leadership effective?
Beyond the qualities of the people who practice it, studies highlight that effective leadership is distinguished by the possession of mental and behavioral abilities that achieve the desired goals, namely vision, mobilization, innovation, etc...
In a world of constant change, leadership skills are among the most critical to the survival and development of organizations. However, the acquisition and development of effective leadership often become a sort of Grail quest.
The very definition of leadership is debatable: for some is the ability of an individual to lead or lead other individuals or organizations to achieve certain goals, for others is foremost the ability to influence. The nuances of the definitions of leadership are numerous and reflect above all their results rather than their very nature. One thing is certain, however, personal qualities alone cannot guarantee effective leadership. Indeed, the characteristics of a "good" leader in one context can be disastrous in another.
With this book you will learn:
- What you need to broadcast to the outside world
- Leadership Tips
- 7 mistakes on the way to leadership
- Types of leaders - Which one are you?
- Effective timing
- The Laws of Effective Leadership
It is possible to acquire leadership skills. We all have abilities to become leaders just as we all have certain provisions for singing or running. Some are better than others, but each person has a basic ability that can be improved through training or practice. One can be the effective leader of a group without having necessarily been designated as such. The art of leadership is a process that helps a group achieve its goals. The leaders and members of the groups they work with influence each other.
"The person who shows leadership is the one ... through which things happen that would not have happened otherwise."
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