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    • Myths & Facts about Leadership
      • Much has been written about leadership: rules, pointers, styles, and biographies of impressive leaders all through world history.
      • Nevertheless there are particular leadership facts that we all ourselves fail to identify and understand in the course of reading through books.
    • Myth 1: Leaders are of only 1 type
      • The various types are:
      • Lewin’s 3 basic management styles – authoritative, participative, and delegative
      • Likert’s 4 leadership styles – exploitive authoritative, good-hearted authoritative, consultative, and participative
      • Goleman’s 6 emotional leadership styles – visionary, coaching, affiliative, democratic, pacesetting, and commanding.
      • Fact: The official (elected for positions or offices) and informal leaders (by virtue of their wisdom and expertise) exercise a mix of leadership variations.
    • Myth 2: Leaders are Born
      • Although specific men and women are born with innate leadership characteristics, without proper environment and exposure, they will often fail to acquire their full potential.
      • So like learning the way to ride a bicycle, it’s also possible to learn how to become a leader and sharpen your leadership expertise.
      • Knowledge on leadership theories and abilities may be formally gained by finding leadership seminars, training courses, and conventions.
      • You cannot become a leader in a single day. Life-long learning is essential in learning to be a good leader for every day which provides fresh experiences that put your knowledge, skills, and frame of mind to a test.
      • Fact: Leadership is actually a procedure for becoming a leader.
    • Myth 3: Let thy be the Leader
      • Fact: Leadership begins with you.
      • Although specific men and women are born with innate leadership characteristics, without proper environment and exposure, they will often fail to acquire their full potential.
      • So like learning the way to ride a bicycle, it’s also possible to learn how to become a leader and sharpen your leadership expertise.
      • Knowledge on leadership theories and abilities may be formally gained by finding leadership seminars, training courses, and conventions.
      • You cannot become a leader in a single day. Life-long learning is essential in learning to be a good leader for every day which provides fresh experiences that put your knowledge, skills, and frame of mind to a test.
    • Myth 4: Leadership is sole Act
      • Fact: Leadership is shared.
      • Leadership is not the sole responsibility of one person, but instead a shared accountability among people of an emerging team. The leader belongs to a group. Every single member has tasks to meet.
      • In an organisation, commencing as a simple band of men and women, associates and management work towards the development of an powerful team.
    • We know and understand leaders are made, not born. And the effort to practice and learn the skills it takes to be an effective leader is the need of the hour. At Indian Institute of Industries (3I) we will enable you to use be a effective leaders, who is ready for any situation coming across. Learn more about leadership program. Visit Indian Institute of Industries (3I) web site
    • Thank You To access such Global Social Knowledge Network for Passionate Givers (mentors) and Seekers (Learners), visit: http://threei.groupsite.com/main/summary