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  • Leadership Philosophies - (9)

    A leadership philosophy is a way of thinking and behaving in leadership - its aims and means - according to values and beliefs.

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      An overview of the different philosophical approaches to leadership.

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      An overview of servant leadership and its origins. 

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      An overview of authentic leadership and its applications.

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      An overview of values-based leadership.

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      Ethical leadership is a relatively loosely defined philosophy of leadership. To many it is seen to equate to moral leadership, or leading with a sense of great fairness.

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      A brief overview of the concept and benefits of a distributed style of leadership.

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      The hard questions for an authentic life - sample questions and book summary

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      The leaders of the 21st century have produced record low levels of trust and engagement in workforces, and the modern world is in desperate need of a new kind of leadership. A shift is required in leadership philosophies worldwide, perhaps towards one which places an emphasis on the idea of leading with trust.


      Many believe that trust spontaneously occurs in a relationship, but this is a drastic misconception. Through the deliberate and clear usage of certain actions behaviours, trust can be developed between any two individuals, regardless of their prior relationship. Ken Blanchard's ABCDs (Able, Believable, Connected and Dependable) are a framework of behavioural characteristics one needs to display if they are to be considered a trustworthy leader.