This paper covers new trends in leadership — from managing and controlling to inspiring and motivating as well as nonhierarchical and collaborative leadership strategies.
Synthesizing across the literature, Pearson has defined leadership as consisting of eight core skills: In addition to our eight core skills, we also highlight the importance of leader facilitation of creative problem-solving.
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From our review of existing communication frameworks, we identified the following core communication skills: Individual skill in collaborating varies depending on a person’s willingness and ability to consider the views of others, to coordinate ideas and problem-solving processes with those of teammates, to forge consensus, and to use negotiation strategies to compromise and resolve conflicts.