Being A Leader and the Efecctive Exercise of Leadership: An Ontological / Phenomonological Model

If there ever was a time for a new model of leadership, that time is now. The Leadership Course created by Werner Erhard, Michael C. Jensen, Steve Zaffron and Kari Granger will acquaint you with a new approach of leadership; a new and unique model of leadership based on access to leadership (being a leader) and integrity.

The course is a leadership laboratory where instructors work with the participants to create direct access to the ways of being, thinking, planning, and action required to be a leader and to exercise leadership effectively ― in any situation, and no matter the circumstances.

In the course participants discover a new and powerful model of integrity and the difference between management and leadership. The course is designed to open up and leave participants with an expanded personal opportunity ― ways of being, thinking, planning, and action that leave them being a leader and exercising leadership effectively.

This new model of leadership and its practice is applicable for all domains of leadership, including personal leadership (being the leader of yourself and your own life) and team and organizational leadership in school, business, and any other area in which one would like to make a difference.

This new model of leadership and its practice is applicable for all domains of leadership, including personal leadership (being the leader of yourself and your own life) and team and organizational leadership in school, business, and any other area in which one would like to make a difference (e.g. family, community, and politics).

An abstract of the working paper titled, Creating Leaders: An Ontological Model is available at Social Science Research Network (SSRN) website.

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