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1. Module 4: Leadership Style

1.1. Categorization, Gandolfi (2017)

1.1.1. Contingency

1.1.2. Transactional

1.1.3. Servant

1.1.4. Strategic

1.1.5. Democratic

1.1.6. Bureaucratic

1.1.7. Lessaiz-faire

1.1.8. My Personal Leadership Style

1.1.8.1. Transformational

1.1.8.2. Autocratic

1.1.8.3. Coach

1.2. Are Leaders Born or Made?

1.3. Trait Approach

1.3.1. Self-Confidence

1.3.2. Positive Attitude

1.3.3. Emotional Intelligence

1.3.4. Compelling Vision

1.3.5. Role Model

1.3.6. Managing Performance

1.3.7. Support/Stimluation

1.4. Skills Approach, Khoshhal & Guraya (2016)

1.4.1. Innate

1.4.1.1. Charisma

1.4.1.2. Vision

1.4.1.3. Energy

1.4.1.4. Caring

1.4.1.5. Empathy

1.4.2. Teachable

1.4.2.1. Dealing With Groups

1.4.2.2. Knowledge of Finance, Policies, and Negotiation

1.4.2.3. Networking

1.4.2.4. Planning Skills

1.4.2.5. Organizational Properties

1.5. Situational Leadership

2. Module 1: Time Management

2.1. Gathering Points

2.1.1. Inboxes

2.1.2. Calendar Utilization

2.2. Identifying Priorities

2.2.1. Most Valuable Activities

2.2.2. Focus Throughout Day

2.2.2.1. Focus on Tasks

2.2.2.2. Focus on People

2.3. Switchtasking

2.3.1. Mental Triggers

2.3.2. Dave Crenshaw, Time Management Fundamentals (2018).

2.4. Maggie Farrell, Time Management (2017)

3. Module 2: Leadership Traits

3.1. Personality Style

3.1.1. Integrity

3.1.1.1. Business Acumen

3.1.1.2. Building Relationships

3.1.1.2.1. Listen more, Talk less

3.1.1.2.2. Share Information

3.1.1.3. Organizational Strategy

3.1.1.4. Self Awareness

3.1.2. What Employees Want in a Leader, DeEtta Jones (2015)

3.1.2.1. Innovation

3.1.2.2. Caring

3.1.2.3. Visionary

3.1.2.4. Strategic

3.1.2.5. Trustworthy

3.1.2.6. Adaptable

3.1.2.7. Champions

3.1.2.8. Passionate

3.1.2.9. Fun

3.2. Personal Drivers, Pierre Casse (2014).

3.2.1. Personal Strengths

3.2.1.1. Speed

3.2.1.2. Focus

3.2.2. Personal Weaknesses

3.2.2.1. Energy

3.2.2.2. Challenge

4. Module 3: Power to Influence

4.1. Formal

4.1.1. Finding Inspiration

4.1.2. Asking For Advice

4.1.3. Thinking Long-term

4.2. Informal, Elizabeth & Lisa McCleod (2017)

4.2.1. Mindful Listening

4.2.2. Mentoring

4.2.3. Showing Gratitude

4.2.4. Building Trust

4.2.4.1. Competency and Warmth

4.2.4.2. Body Language

4.2.4.3. Keeping Your Word

5. Module 5: Ethical Communication to Influence

5.1. Beneficence

5.2. Fidelity and Responsibility

5.2.1. Focus

5.2.2. Frame

5.2.3. Message

5.3. Influence

5.3.1. Assertiveness

5.3.2. Higher Authority

5.3.3. Friendliness

5.3.4. Reason

5.3.5. Sanctions

5.3.6. Bargaining

5.3.7. Coalition

5.4. Justice

5.5. Respect for Others' Rights

5.5.1. Using Credible Sources/ Avoiding Plaigarism

5.5.1.1. Currency

5.5.1.2. Relevance

5.5.1.3. Authority

5.5.1.4. Accuracy

5.5.1.5. Purpose

5.6. Integrity