Leadership Styles: Which Style Fits You
A review of 4 popular leadership styles are discussed so that personal leadership profiles can be created as first steps toward defining individual leadership skills and traits.
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Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Define and list examples of four contemporary theoretical leadership styles
Identify the key characteristics of the four leadership styles
Recognize how to apply the constructs of each leadership styles
Recall the number of human characteristics that determine level of motivation
Define and list four contemporary leadership styles
Discuss where and how the constructs of each style would be applied in business settings as well assist in personal development.
Share and discuss case study examples for each leadership style in accounting, finance and entrepreneurial business settings.
List and discuss outcomes and action steps participants may take at the completion of the training.
Field of Study: Personal Development
Recommended CPE Credit Hours: 1.0
Course Level: None
Designed For: Professionals, staff
Instructor: Lowell Wightman, PhD
Publication Year: 2014
Expiration Date: Course content is reviewed annually and revised with neccessary changes or else the course is removed.
Lowell Wightman developed his performance coaching and mental conditioning practice while working with financial service, medical, law, and sports and entertainment professionals. Wightman’s passion for sports has connected him with many mental conditioning pioneers such as Tim Grover, author of the book Relentless and trainer to NBA stars such as Michael Jordan. “Building trust with high performance athletes is essential and Lowell sincerely builds trust quickly” says Josh Lafrik, Mental Conditioning Specialist with the 2016 World Series Champions, Chicago Cubs. The combination of business and sports experience sets Mr. Wightman apart with organizations looking to define leadership style, promote mental toughness, and develop positive attitude mindsets. Mr. Wightman’s favorite quote summarizes his philosophy and passion for discovering the best path to performance excellence. “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” –Albert Einstein
Mr. Wightman is the founder of 360 Mindset, Performance Consulting practice located in Denver, CO. Lowell has a BBA-Finance from the University of Iowa, a Masters Education-Administration and Supervision, University of Phoenix, and Colorado State University, PhD candidate in Educational Leadership & Human Development.