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The learning leader

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The characteristics of effective learning leaders

The characteristics of effective learning leaders

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  • 1. Dr Stewart Hase
  • 2.  The capacity to deal with ambiguity  The ability to foster engagement  The capacity to learn  The ability to use open systems thinking
  • 3.  Low need for control  Openness to Experience (one of the Big 5 personality traits)  Moderate on the Big 5 perfectionism scale  Capability  High Stability (low anxiety)  Project management skills  Ability to use social media
  • 4.  Understanding of how to motivate others  Ability to foster a shared purpose and vision  Interpersonal effectiveness  Ability to self-regulate  Empathy  Optimism  Maintaining direction  Flexibility to change approaches as circumstances change  Fostering the joy (and rewards) of learning
  • 5.  The capacity to learn  Ability to research and learn  Being thoroughly on top of one’s subject areas  Having wide and accessible networks  Ability to share openly with others  Knowledge management skills  The ability to foster collaborative learning  Ability to apply learning  Willingness to change own ideas or beliefs
  • 6.  The capacity to frequently scan the external environment  Ability to foster participative democracy/collaboration decision-making and process  Willingness to empower others  Capacity to work in a team as leader and member  Ongoing internal and external analysis of effectiveness (continuous improvement)  The ability to filter information (research skills)

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