The Leadership Masterclass - Guide To The Art Of Leadership

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L is for Leadership Models - We cover all Leadership Styles, discuss them in detail and then analyze the pros and cons of each style. Each style of Leadership works for different individuals, teams, organizations and situations.

E is for Empathy - We discuss topics of Compassion, Active Listening, Transparency, so that your team can trust you and you can lead with Empathy

A is for Action - Things get done when we act. We discuss why taking action is important, how to motivate a team to act, and how to use action centered leadership to generate results. I have a personality of getting things done, I love to take action and motivate the team to act.

D is for Diversity - We live in times where we are working on a global scale. Teams are diverse and we must learn how to lead diverse teams. In fact we recommend that you increase diversity in your team as it drives creativity, innovation and personal growth. We share our own personal examples to help you become an inclusive leader, and thrive in a multicultural environment.

E is for Ethics - We discuss principles of Ethical Leadership, the importance of ethical leadership and how to improve ethical conduct in your company. We also discuss cases like the Enron scandal or Satyam scandal as a cautionary tale of what happens when there is failure of ethics by leaders.

R is for Resilience - We discuss in a progressive manner, what is resilient leadership? Practices followed by resilient Leaders, and a comprehensive list of strategies of Resilient Leadership

S is for Skills, Story-Telling, & Self Leadership - We share with you the power of storytelling as a means of communication to lead your team. How to motivate people and help them grow.

H is for High Performance Business Leaders - We cover Business Leaders that have transformed the world, through their exceptional leadership skills, such as Walt Disney, Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie

I is for Inspiring Authors - We cover best Leadership books that have helped our careers, and we give you top Leadership lessons from these books in short video lessons.

P is for People we can learn from - These are leaders who have led countries, industries, societies and have inspired though their leadership skills. We share this inspiration with you from locations where we went to find inspiration. From Mahatma Gandhi’s final resting place, the prime ministers museum, to statues of great leaders such as Sir Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela, Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy.

The course is led by Peter Alkema, who has led numerous teams in his 20+ years of corporate management. His partner Salil Dhawan runs multiple small businesses, where he leads many small, diverse teams. They both combine their knowledge, expertise, research and experience to give you the best Leadership course on Udemy.

Section 1: Leadership Models

Autocratic Or "Do As I Say" Style Of Leadership

Authoritative Or "Visionary" Style Of Leadership

Pace Setting Or "Do As I Do" Style Of Leadership

Democratic Or "What Do You Think?" Style Of Leadership

Coaching Or "Consider This" Style Of Leadership

Affiliative Or "People Come First" Style Of Leadership

Laissez-Faire Or "Do Your Best" Style Of Leadership

Section 2: Empathy

Tips To Lead Effectively With Compassion & Intelligence

Be Open To Different Perspectives

Practice Active Listening To Demonstrate Empathy

Open & Transparent Communication For Leading With Empathy

Lead With Empathy By Demonstrating Compassion

It Is Important For A Leader To Remain Optimistic

Set The Example Of Leading With Empathy And Commit To Self-Care

Section 3: Action

Lecture :As A Leader You Need To Get Things Done. Only Action Produces Results

Action Centred Leadership Is A Way Of Balancing Task, Team, And Individual

Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone To Take Action

Reasons Taking Action Is Crucial In Achieving Success

Become An Action-Minded Leader By Mastering Your Own Time

As A Leader You Also Need A Way Of Organising Your Own Tasks - Kanban

Use Kanban Boards To Drive Actions And Progress In Your Team

Section 4: Diversity

Diversity Leadership Drives Creativity, Innovation, Performance & Growth

Achieving Benefits From Diversity Requires Inclusive Leadership

Daily Practices For Inclusive Leadership

How To Create A Safe And Supportive Environment For Your Team

How To Be An Inclusive Leader

Working For A Leader Who Doesn’t Value Diversity - Exclusive Leadership

Leadership In A Multicultural Environment

Section 5: Ethics

Ethical Leadership Is Centred Around Appropriate Conduct

Ethical Leadership Principles - Honesty, Justice, Respect, Community, Integrity

Ethical Leadership Examples

How To Improve Your Ethical Leadership Skills

The Importance Of Ethical Leadership

Which Are The Traits Of An Ethical Leader?

“Smartest Guys In The Room” Enron’s Grand Failure of Ethical Leadership

All Ethics Out The Window By Entire Management - The Satyam Scandal

Section 6: Resilience

What Does Resilient Leadership Mean & The Characteristics Of Resilient Leaders?

What Practices Do Resilient Leaders Follow?

Resilient Leadership Strategies : Lessons, Me-Time, Open Mindedness & Experience

Resilient Leadership Strategies: Perspective & Emotional Intelligence

Resilient Leadership Strategies: North Star, Exercise, Triggers, Overcoming Fear

Resilient Leadership Strategies: Driving Forces, Business Rules & Breath

Business Leadership In The 4th Industrial Revolution

Leadership Quotient For IT Leaders

Section 7: Skills, Story-Telling, & Self-Leadership

Storytelling Leads People To Connect With A Vision Through Their Emotions

Pringles Turnaround Story To Learn How To Use Storytelling

Great Leaders Are Trustworthy

Great Leaders Ignite Passion In People & Display Their Own

Great Leaders Are Vulnerable So They Can Build Relationships

Great Leaders Make Change Look Easy By Balancing EQ + IQ

Great Leaders Motivate People By Giving Them Autonomy

Great Leaders Motivate People By Helping Them Master Their Craft

Great Leaders Motivate People By Lifting Them To A Higher Purpose

Great Leaders Keep Their Ego In Check

Great Leaders Coach And Mentor The Next Level

Section 8: High Performance Business Leaders

Elon Musk

Jamie Dimon

Steve Jobs

Bill Gates

Ray Kroc

Andrew Carnegie

Walt Disney

Henry Ford

Warren Buffett

Section 9: Inspiring Authors On Leadership

Dare To Lead By Brene Brown

No Bullshit Leadership By Chris Hirst

Leaders Myth And Reality By Stanley A. McChrystal

Leaders Eat Last By Simon Sinek

Extreme Ownership By Jocko Willink & Leif Babin

Why Should Anyone Be Led by You? By Gareth R. Jones & Rob Goffee

Strengths-Based Leadership By Barry Conchie & Tom Rath

The Commitments of Conscious Leadership by Chapman, Jim Dethmer & Kaley Klemp

No Rules Rules By Erin Meyer and Reed Hastings

Section 10: People Who Have Inspired Through Their Leadership

Lord Admiral Nelson – Inspiration Leader Of The British Fleet

Sir Winston Churchill – “Never Give Up” War Time Hero & Orator

Nelson Mandela – World’s Most Loved Reconciliatory

Mahatma Gandhi – Non-Violent Steadfast & Compassionate Leader

Millicent Fawcett – Anti-Establishment Campaigner For Women’s Rights

Oliver Cromwell – Civil War Leader Who Stood Up To Kings

Abraham Lincoln – Autocratic Leader Who Abolished Slavery

John F Kennedy – “Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You”


We are grateful to have you as part of our Leadership course

Thank You

Peter Alkema

Salil Dhawan

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