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Leadership

When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. If you listen, you may learn something new…” – Dalai Lama

Leadership involves creating a compelling vision of the future, communicating that vision, and helping people understand and commit to it. Managers, on the other hand, are responsible for ensuring that the vision is implemented efficiently and successfully.

 

Of course, these two roles overlap – and, to be fully effective, you need to fulfill both roles. However, the focus of this section is on the specific skills and responsibilities of managers, and on the tools available to them. After all, there’s no point energizing people to work towards a fabulous vision of the future, only to fall flat on your face when it comes to implementation.

 

Some people are born a leader and some must work at it – though this quote is fairly true, leaders weren’t born like that, it was the opportunities that life offered them to create leadership skills. You don’t have to be the best player within a team to be a leader, several leaders are often the more mental stronger athletes from the team and can deliver the coaches or teams vision more. There are several examples in sport where when the best athletes have taken the armband the team has struggle to excel.

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Section Breakdown

The following levels are designed to make you think and breakdown the important aspects of your leadership skills. This section is broken down into 5 different levels where each section will help you enhance your leadership skills (as well as others).

 

There will be additional levels added over time so keep an eye out for changes or adaptions.

Learning Objectives

The outcomes for the section are designed so that you enhance the key areas of your own leadership style and are easily transferable into life as well as sport. The outcomes from this section are as follows:

  • Understand what it takes to be a leader,
  • Identify your own style of leadership which is best linked to your values,
  • Know when and where to interject and delegate,
Level 4 – Fixed and Growth Mindset

(Coming Soon)

Level 5 – Delegation and Accountability

(Coming Soon)

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