"The action of leading a group of people or an organization, or the ability to do this" - Oxford English Dictionary.
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Introduction to Leadership
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Leadership: Characteristics or Contributions
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Four Competencies of Leadership – Bennis
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Level 5 Leadership – Collins
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Leadership is more about change, inspiration, setting the purpose and direction, and building the enthusiasm, unity and 'staying-power' for the journey ahead. Management is less about change, and more about stability and making the best use of resources to get things done.
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Leadership and Management
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Leadership and Management
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Start with "Why?" – Simon Sinek
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Task or People – Farey
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Action-Centred Leadership – John Adair
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A leadership style is a narrow and specific behaviour compared to a model or philosophy. Leadership style may be strongly influenced by the leader's personality, the aims of the leader, and relationship with followers. A style is a description of a leader's behaviours, and may also be like a tool in the leadership models toolkit.


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Leadership Theories and Models
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Kurt Lewin: Three Leadership Styles
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Six Emotional Leadership Styles – Goleman
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Transactional Leadership
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Reddin's 3D Leadership Model
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Transformational Leadership
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Likert's Management Systems
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The Managerial Grid – Blake and Mouton
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Behavioural Leadership Models
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Leadership Behaviours
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Situational Leadership
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Leadership Competencies
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Qualities of a Leader
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Functional types of leadership models focus on what the leader has to do. Unlike the Behavioural Ideals approach, Functional leadership models do not suggest ideal ways of behaving, nor do they match behaviours to circumstances like Situational/Contingency theory. Instead, Functional leadership models focus on the action areas that a leader must address to be effective. The most notable Functional models are John Adair's Action-Centred Leadership, and Kouzes & Posner's Five Leadership Practices.
Leadership Philosophy and Sources of Power
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Leadership Values
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Authentic Leadership – Goffee and Jones
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ABCD Trust Model – Blanchard
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The Integrated Psychological leadership model is so called because it integrates the thinking behind the four other leadership models sub-groups, while also addressing the leader's inner psychology, which tends not to be considered in other more traditional or conventional types of leadership models. James Scouller's Three Levels of Leadership model arguably pioneers this category. Scouller's model can be regarded as a relatively new view of leadership.

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Communicating Vision
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The Beckhard-Harris Change Equation
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Forum: Leadership
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Test Your Knowledge on Leadership
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Takeaway Task - Leadership
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