Factors of Leadership





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The Art and Science of Leadership

Welcome to the Art and Science of Leadership, a comprehensive collection of articles and activities for developing leadership skills and knowledge. Becoming a good leader is not easy, but by learning the correct skills and knowledge, putting them into practice, and then adapting them to different situations, will put you well on your way.

To select a chapter from the Leadership Manual, click on the subject of your choice in the below leadership manual or go to the Leadership Mind Map to select a subject.

Leadership Manual

The guide is divided into five sections, Basics of Leadership, Leadership Philosophies, Team Leadership, Advanced Leadership Skills, and Supporting Skills.

Basics of Leadership

Leadership Philosophies

Team Leadership

Advanced Leadership Skills

Supporting Skills

There is no such thing as a perfect leader, either in the past or present, in China or elsewhere. If there is one, he is only pretending, like a pig inverting spring onions into his nose in an effort to look like an elephant. - Liu Shao-Chi

Lesson Learned—we must consistently strive to improve ourselves.

Learning Activities

The Leadership Development Outline contains the above leadership guide, plus a variety of developmental tools, such as surveys, case studies, and reflective activities for each chapter.

Leadership Style - Participative
Let's work together to solve this. . .

Leadership Development Model

Related Pages

While not part of the leadership section, these pages should be of interest to those studying leadership:

“The very essence of leadership is that you have to have a vision. It's got to be a vision you articulate clearly and forcefully on every occasion.” — Theodore Hesburgh, President of the University of Notre Dame