Vast amounts of information are available pertaining to the definition and components of leadership. It is a complex topic, based on the challenges of human behavior; that varying, uncontrollable and often mysterious element that makes leading far more than following guidelines.
Great leaders know that there are crucial skillsets to be mastered early in their career, and others that take time and experience to enhance. Knowing just the theory isn’t enough to be successful. Leadership success relies on a blend of perspectives and skills, all aimed at bringing out the best in everyone.
Leaders benefit by first acquiring a high-level understanding of what effective leadership is, and what it isn’t. There are many ideas on leading that need to be “un-learned” and replaced.
This article explores the meaning of leadership, the three primary skillsets and how leaders can balance their skills to have the most well-rounded and successful leadership careers.
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The complete article includes these important concepts:
- The meaning of leadership
- Leadership skills
- Management skills
- People skills
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