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This course explains how to impact others as a leader in a positive manner.From the author:“The 'How to Be a Passionate Leader' course seamlessly explains how to positively impact others through effective leadership. The 8-part course guides learners through a journey of understanding leadership, managing obstacles, building trustworth relationships and building your enterprise, all at the touch of a button. If you are interested in how to adopt the perfect leadership strategy, look no further than this course to provide you with life-long knowledge.”
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What? As a leader you must be passionate
By being fervent about the things you want to achieve
Why To guide your decisions and inspire people to follow you
You should be a passionate leader to:
Build self-belief in your people.
Have the determination and dedication to achieve your goals
Passion enables managers to have indirect authority over their employees
It enables employees to carry out their tasks with commitment to do better and innovate.
Passion Absorbs Uncertainty When do people look up to their leaders?
Passion is the emotional bedrock of leadership
** It's what enables leaders to win people to their cause**
Passion enables leaders to generate energy and self-belief in followers
Be Bold and Track your Behavior
Being Bold: Never assume that people know what your belief, position or intentions are.
Tracking your Behavior: Use a simple process to track your behavior, to make sure that you are being true to your passion.
Questions to ask when you want to track your behavior? Can have more than one correct answer
Primarily, assume that all you say about your beliefs is pure rhetorics
Your words always need something to reinforce them
They should indicate that your point is important and relevant.
** Trust** It elevates levels of commitment and sustains effort and performance
Without the need for management controls and close monitoring.
What is one of trust's attributes?
Make sure you avoid the abuse of team member's vulnerability
How to Build Trust in your Enterprise
Get to know your people
Get the underlying issues out
Establish a conflict protocol as a standard throughout your team
Do what you promise
What Causes Traps? When managers experience a string of successes interrupted by difficulties that they overcome.
Problems arise when managers don't understand a challenge, yet are confident they can overcome it.
The General Effect This makes them overestimate their knowledge and skills against a challenge they underestimated.
It's hard to deal with difficult decisions
** We would all rather dispatch it to the bottom of the pile or delegate it to other people**
** However, leaders know that it's a task that must be done.**
Who can provide good data for criticism?
In you opinion, When do people look up to their leaders?
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