Ch 4: Leadership Styles & Skills

About This Chapter

This corporate training chapter on leadership styles and skills allows you to review these subjects with your supervisors or teach them something new. The lessons and quizzes of the chapter are accessible 24/7 on all devices and computers for flexible studying.

Leadership Styles & Skills - Chapter Summary

Our informative chapter covers leadership styles and skills for organizational leaders. Equally as useful for new supervisors and those who have been managers for a long time, this chapter looks at different leadership philosophies, the similarities and differences between mentoring and leadership, and the ways in which team leaders can work with top decision makers. These corporate training materials are written by professional instructors, so you can feel confident your teams are learning accurate information.

How It Helps

  • Strengthens managers: Supervisors who understand how to lead strongly are more confident, effective and productive.
  • Clarifies roles: When your supervisors and managers more clearly understand their roles and responsibilities, they'll be able to fulfill those roles better and with greater success.
  • Encourages assessment: By understanding how to evaluate and assess different leadership styles, your team leaders will be able to more effectively motivate their teams and provide them with what they need.

Skills Covered

Use this chapter to teach your supervisors how to complete the following:

  • Outline the different types of leadership philosophies
  • Assess, evaluate, and recognize leadership styles
  • Differentiate between mentoring and leadership
  • Understand the role of team leaders who work with top decision makers

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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