Leadership is a mental discipline, it is the way we think and respond which builds a commonality among a community. To learn leadership, it requires both observation and study, as well as disciplined practice. In these two blogs I examine both observation and practical applications of leadership skills.
In the Art of Leadership, I study individuals that have shown exemplary leadership traits, and examine how we can learn from them.
As part of the Guardian Institute, these posts aim at providing practical skill sets, and lessons that can be applied to your leadership toolbox.
The Art of Leadership: Observation & Study (2012)
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The Art of Leadership is a series designed to provide necessary tools and understandings for anyone looking to build or strengthen their leadership skills. The first book is intended to be a prerequisite to the series. It's goal is to set a working definition of leadership, and begin to expand your view of the subject matter.
The Art of Leadership: The Primer (2013)
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This book is intended to be a ‘Primer’. That is, it is intended to give you a foundation of skills from which to build your leadership skills. These skills- Time Management, Being Organized, Tenacity, Working harder than your peers, asking for help, and becoming bigger then yourself – where compiled and chosen from books like The Millionaire Mind which focused on a quantitative and qualitative study of success factors.