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Here are some quick tips on how to be a leader, covering 10 key leadership traits with an explanation of what each one means.Read more: How to be a Leader
Must leaders be of good character or have sterling values like integrity, honesty or social consciousness? But if criminals, terrorists or people like Hitler can lead despite having questionable values. then what is the connection between leadership and values?Read more: Values and Leadership
The concept of followership is popular in certain quarters today. Others refuse to call employees followers, feeling that such a label is disengaging. What do you think?
Are there any leadership traits that all leaders possess? This is an endless debate. It hasn't been resolved because we have no universally agreed definition of leadership. There are some commonly accepted traits, however, that work well enough as long as we don't think too critically about the meaning of leadership.
Leadership style is about how people get work done through others. This used to be called management style until it got re-labeled as leadership style.Read more: What is Leadership Style?
Leadership is often described as an influence process. We say that leaders influence people to do things that they might not do otherwise. But what exactly does it mean to say that leadership is a form of influence?Read more: Leadership as an Influence Process
What is leadership? And does our understanding of it need to change for today's world? When we think of leadership we visualize a larger-than-life individual in charge of some group - team, company or country.
Leadership style in traditional leadership theory means how you relate to subordinates. Do you emphasize task structure or relationships, be unilateral or participative? Do you show consideration to people or do you get the job done through formal structure? Questions about leadership style assume that the fundamental purpose of leadership is to motivate employees to work harder.Read more: Leadership Style
Thought leadership is radically different from traditional top-down leadership. It can be directed up as well as down or sideways, has nothing to do with position or managing people, is the basis of innovative change and is egalitarian because it can shift rapidly from one person to another.Read more: Thought Leadership
Traditional leadership is top-down - a position in a hierarchy, an ongoing role with responsibility for people. Bottom-up leadership is a one-off act of influence, such as when an employee convinces management to adopt a new product idea.Read more: Bottom-up Leadership
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