As an emerging leader, there are several things you should know. While some may seem obvious, they are not always easy to put into practice. This course highlights the important qualities effective leaders possess.

This course demonstrates a number of key elements of effective leadership. Leaders, for example, have to know how to look and carry themselves. Like it or not, if you want to be taken seriously, you should dress the part. Also, leaders must resist the urge to micromanage their team members. Routine, daily work represents about 80% of the average person’s working day. In other words, only 20% of an employee’s work fluctuates. Micromanaging, trying to control 100% of someone’s day, is counterproductive and irritates team members. Some of the other lessons covered include being present in the workplace, the importance of vision, and how to embrace change.

There is no one singular aspect that makes a great leader, but a combination of critical characteristics and behaviors, which are demonstrated here. Utilize the materials presented in this training video and live up to your potential as an emerging leader.