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The Psychology of Leadership (Concentration: Leadership Foundations)

  • 17-Feb-2020
  • A Six-Module On-Line Full Class

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  • This class runs on a cycle of one-module a week; which includes exercises and application assignments. It’s focused on the development of expertise (Level I Learning). Just sign-up—we will send you more information by email. Bonus: Receive a classic white paper on “How to Improve Reading Comprehension.”
  • Learning Customized to You — The Individual. Target your skill building effort. You take 30-days to practice one of the modules in the Full Class. Plus you have your own guide who will function as a mentor and coach. You meet with your assigned Guide at the start (to plan the engagement), at least once a week during delivery, and at the end (to review and the lessons learned).
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This is due to the fact that leadership is influence, and we don't influence things, we influence people. And the more you understand about how cognition affects behavior, the better you will understand what you see.



Module 1: How To Emerge as a Leader


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Assume you have just been given a position with a new title—you are in charge of a group of strangers. The title and the position help, but you still have a challenge, you must emerge as there leader.



Module 2: What Makes a Group a Group and a Team a Team


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Another type of leader in demand in today's world is the one you can build teams. A team leader is difficult, much tougher than being a supervisor of a group. However, teams are worth going after since teams out perform groups. And companies that know how to develop teams and their leaders typically out perform those who don't.



Module 3: Avoiding The Bad Leader


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We tend to focus on the good, but we also need to understand the bad. Bad leadership has two aspects to it: the first is the person who is not effective as a leader, who has little influence or who has to rely almost exclusively on authority. A second dimension is the person who has a great deal of influence who can cause people who can engage in unethical or immoral actions.


Module 4: Personality Traits 




Traits are characteristics, patterns of behavior and thinking that are consist over time. They are also strong tendencies to act in a similar way across many different types of situations. For example, an introvert consistently will not say much, while the extrovert is continuously uses the voice. For leaders, traits are valuable in two ways. First, by identifying traits in another, one can predict how that person will act in the future. Secondly, it is reasonable to assume that certain traits associated with the being a leader and others associated with being a follower.


Module 5: The Psychology of Success


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Success as a leader begins with understanding what goes on inside. For example, an entrepreneur must possess both management ability and leadership skills if the business is to grow. Learn what the psychologist's have identified some of the common aspects important in success.


Module 6: Social Psychology — Understanding Organizational Culture


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Sad to say, one can succeed as a leader in one culture and miserably fail in another. It's important to understand the key organizational and national differences that impact leader influence. Rather than look at all national cultures, the focus is on East and West.


An On-Line Class

The Dual Track Coaching In a Full Class


Individualized instruction — start any time. One meets with your assigned master instructor at the beginning, weekly during delivery, and at the end. 

Each module takes two weeks to complete. The first week is dedicated to reading and understanding the content. The second week to focused practice and reflection on what was learned.

This is coaching with a difference. The focus is on skill building and the ability to apply theory.  

The Instructor-Led Full Class


This is just like taking a regular on-line class at a university. The focus in on expertise, knowing and understanding.

Sign-up and then wait for more information. If a particular class doesn’t have enough members to be run, you can ask for your money back or choose another type of delivery option on this page. Start with others in the class.

If a particular class doesn’t have enough members to be run, you get your money back or choose another type of delivery option on this page. This class runs on a cycle of one-module a week; which includes exercises and  application assignments.

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