How to Become a Likable and Effective Leader

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How to Become a Likable and Effective Leader

While many of those who rise to leadership and management positions want to be genuinely liked by the workers they supervise, however, the pursuit of popularity for its own sake can be a dead end. Many who have tried to lead while seeking popularity have found that they are, in fact, loved but not respected.

Becoming a more sympathetic leader doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice respect. However, being a likable and respected leader does mean you have to learn to be more effective. This online course helps you take the first steps in what will be an ongoing journey to become a more effective leader, the side effects of which are both likability and respect.

Learning objectives

  • Understand how to develop leadership qualities
  • Know how to delegate effectively
  • Choose inspirational and engaging tasks for yourself and others
  • Use wisdom and understanding to lead others
  • Identify the roles of your team
  • Learn how to trust others and earn their trust

About the Course

Being likable and being an authority figure is the starting point for some problematic conflicts. Hence, through this online course, students will be able to recognize these potential areas of conflict and acquire the skills and knowledge to overcome them. Moreover, this online course will show that honesty and trust are the students’ most essential tools to foster a better relationship with their employees. Trusting your team by avoiding micromanagement, using delegation, and accepting feedback will put the students on the right track to becoming a more likable leader.

Upon completion of this online course, students will begin to see how important it is to develop better management skills. By managing and examining how people interact and see things in a new light, students will improve almost every aspect of their professional lives.

“Develop a capacity for things like purpose, love, wonder, courage, and grace.”

John Jantsch