This Leadership Best Practices course would be suitable for business owners or aspiring managers, and will provide you with a roadmap to success in a leadership role. Being a great leader is about being able to inspire people to work together towards a common goal, which is exactly what this Leadership Best Practices course will teach you! The modules included in this Leadership Best Practices are designed to show you how you come across to others, the behaviour of great leaders, and will provide many helpful insider tips on becoming a successful leader.
Our learning material is available to students 24/7 anywhere in the world, so it’s extremely convenient. These intensive online courses are open to everyone, as long as you have an interest in the topic! We provide world-class learning led by IAP, so you can be assured that the material is high quality, accurate and up-to-date.
With a background in training and leadership roles, Chad Prewett brings a broad knowledge base to speaking and training events in the public and private sectors. He is a well-known and sought-after speaker, recognized for his ability to provide meaningful, no nonsense education with a humorous and entertaining approach. Chad has taught in K12 education, at the college level, and as a corporate trainer; he has delivered highly-rated training around the globe.
Those who successfully pass this course will be awarded a Leadership Best Practices certificate. Anyone eligible for certification will receive a free e-certificate, and printed certificate.
As this Leadership Best Practices course is a general overview of leadership and management, it means you can either go on to higher level study of leadership, or can work in management in a number of industries. A manager in any industry can command a high salary, for example, the average salary of an Office Manager is £24,192, and for a Human Resource Manager is £35,455. The salary of a manager will go up with experience, and this Leadership Best Practices course will allow you to become any of the following:
|1: The Leaders in Leadership|
|1. Leaders are born: Myth vs. truth|
|2. If management is not about control, what is it really about?|
|3. Five practices of exemplary leaders|
|2: Four Competencies of Great Leaders|
|1. How to gain attention and draw others to you|
|2. Authenicity, transparency, trust: Why you must stay true to who you are|
|3. Take a hard look at how you really come accross to others|
|3: The Irrefutable Laws of Leadership|
|1. The 21 irrefutable laws of leadership–agree or disagree|
|2. Seven negative self-talk staements that hold leaders back|
|3. Challenges every leader faces sooner or later|
|4: Five Practices of Exemplary Leaders|
|1. Model the way: Know what to do–and have the knowledge and skills to do it|
|2. Understand the past, acknowledge the present and have a vision for the future|
|3. Shake things up so new ideas can flow in|
|5: Developing Your Own Leadership Best Practices|
|1. The risks in taking on a leadership role–perils you can expect to face|
|2. Three primary goals you should always strive for|
|3. Treating employeeslike people–and otherpractices that are worth following|