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Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
Leadership : An Introduction
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Leadership : An Introduction

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  • 1. Leadership An Introduction
  • 2. MYTHS What Leaders Are Not
  • 3. “Leadership is a rare skill”
  • 4. “Leaders are born”
  • 5. “Leaders must be charismatic”
  • 6. “Leaders exist only at the top of an organisation”
  • 7. “Leadership is about authority and control.”
  • 8. PRINCIPLES What Leaders Do
  • 9. Leaders are bold
  • 10. Leaders create synergy
  • 11. Leaders look for ways to make a team perform in-sync
  • 12. Leaders have close inner circles
  • 13. Leaders always share their story and vision
  • 14. Leaders serve and provide for others
  • 15. Leaders are sensitive to change
  • 16. ACTION What Future Leaders Do!
  • 17. Model / Study great leaders
  • 18. Accept leadership positions (or volunteer for them!)
  • 19. Reflect on what it means to be a leader
  • 20. Photo Credits http://www.flickr.com http://alwynlau.blogspot.com

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