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Leadership Sins


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CPD Points 0.5
Competency Practice Management and Business Skills

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Leadership Sins

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Course Summary

There are any number of “leadership sins” you can commit when you are in charge of a team. Learn how you can avoid committing these “sins” and build a happier, more productive team.

Course Details

There are a number of classic “leadership sins” you can commit when you are in charge of a team. These “sins” are all different, but are all equally likely to alienate your team and diminish motivation. The six “leadership sins” we will explore in this course are:

  1. Control freakery;
  2. Avoiding conflict;
  3. Dithering;
  4. Being loved;
  5. Avoiding small talk; and
  6. Vanity.

This course will help you to quickly identify the different “leadership sins” using humorous examples, and provide practical strategies for addressing them


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