|Author :||Chris Brady, Author, Speaker, Humorist, and Businessman|
|CPE Credits :||15.0|
|IRS Credits :||0|
|Passing Score :||70%|
|Primary Subject-Field Of Study:||
Management Advisory Services - Management Advisory Services for Course Id 932
The development of leaders and leadership potential is one of the critical challenges of our time. In this course, you will learn to identify the qualities of effective leaders and the principles of effective leadership by examining and understanding the Five Levels of Influence. By understanding the Five Levels of Influence, you will also be able to evaluate leadership and leadership potential and mentor and develop other leaders within an organization. In addition, you will learn to appreciate how there is a leadership role for all types of individuals and how leadership effectiveness can contribute to the betterment of your organization as well as society as a whole.
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|Experience Level :||Overview|
|Additional Contents :||You must already have the course, we do not offer the course|
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|Advance Preparation :||You must already have the course|
|Delivery Method :||Self-Study|
|Intended Participants :||Anyone needing Continuing Professional Education (CPE)|
|Revision Date :||11-Apr-2016|
|NASBA Course Declaration :||Participants must complete the final examination within one year of purchase and with a minimum passing grade of 70% or better to receive CPE credit unless otherwise noted on the Course History page (i.e. California Ethics must score 90% or better). After logging in click on the Course History links on your My Courses page for the Begin date and Expire date for the Final Exam.|
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NASBA QAS - NASBA Registry - 932
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|Learning Objectives :||
Course Learning Objectives
2. Identify the foundational qualities of good leadership and apply them to the development of leadership potential in individuals.
3. Distinguish the three levels of motivation, from shallow to deep, and how they apply to effective leadership.
4. Employ the steps in the Cycle of Achievement Model to the development of effective leadership.
5. Develop and employ a set of goals to a game plan in order to carry out a vision within an organization.
6. Assess effective leadership and leadership potential by applying the Trilateral Leadership Ledger.
7. Identify and explain the Five Levels of Influence how they define effective leadership.
8. Explain the importance of reading and other forms of learning and distinguish between the roles that coaches and mentors play in the development of effective leadership.
9. Identify the five leadership levels and distinguish between lower and higher levels of leadership in assessing and developing leadership potential and effectiveness.
10. Recognize the importance of developing other leaders within an organization and employ effective mentoring practices in the development of individuals with leadership potential.
11. Evaluate leadership effectiveness by the long-term impact of a leader on succeeding generations.
|Course Contents :||
WHAT A LEADER IS
Chapter 1 - Leadership Discussion
Historical Example: Winston Churchill
WHAT A LEADER BRINGS
Chapter 2 - Foundational Qualities
Historical Example: William Wilberforce
WHAT A LEADER DOES
Chapter 3 - The Cycle of Achievement
Historical Example: Mel Fisher
HOW A LEADER GROWS PERSONALLY
Chapter 4 - The Trilateral Leadership Ledger
Historical Example: Benjamin Franklin
HOW A LEADER GROWS IN INFLUENCE
Chapter 5 - The Five Levels of Influence
Historical Example: Queen Elizabeth I
Chapter 6 - The First Level of Influence: Learning
Historical Example: Theodore Roosevelt
Chapter 7 - The Second Level of Influence: Performing
Historical Example: Tom Brady
Chapter 8 - The Third Level of Influence: Leading
Historical Example: George Washington
Chapter 9 - The Fourth Level of Influence: Developing Leaders
Historical Example: Horatio Nelson
Chapter 10 - The Fifth Level of Influence: Developing Leaders Who Develop Leaders
Historical Example: The Apostle Paul