Why is good Leadership needed?

Leadership is one of the most important topics in the human sciences and historically one of the more poorly understood; it is important for two reasons. Leadership solves the problem of how to organize collective effort; consequently, it is the key to organizational effectiveness. With good leadership, organizations (governments, corporations, universities, hospitals, armies) can thrive and prosper.

From insights of Daniel Goleman and exploring the types of leaders and competeces/mindsets needed to winning in an agile context, and how different behaviors and can influence the performance from teams and people. By exploring techniques and frameworks related to the decision making process of different teams, and to visualize how these work across the organizational structure, this course is designed to bring awareness and leadership insights.

Learning Objectives:

1. Why good leadership? And why now?

1.1 Understand what is and the importance of Emotional Intelligence;

1.2 Understand the 4 domains of what makes great leadership;  

1.3 Understand what is the Process Communication Model and the different types of personality;

1.4 Learn the characteristics of different types of Leadership; 

2. Leadership in the Agile Context

2.1  Understand the different Leadership Mindsets;

2.2 Learn retrospective and feedback techniques;

2.3 Understand how to improve from mistakes;

2.4 Understand what are the dysfunctions of teams and how can leaders prevent 

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