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Leadership Vs Management
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Leadership Vs Management

The main difference between leadership and management is that leadership is a quality of influencing people, so that the objectives are attained willingly and enthusiastically while management is a discipline of managing things in the best possible manner. Organizations need both leaders and managers in order to function well, so it’s important to be able to distinguish between the two roles. This lecture is intended to explain these major differences between the leader and the manager relates to their source of power and level of compliance.

Form this lecture, you can learn the leadership power, management power, sources of power and level of compliance.

Contemporary Leadership Styles
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Contemporary Leadership Styles

As leadership has a central role in evolution and cultivating an organization, the process of organizational change demands a very effective and highly competent leadership that is well capable to perceive the most desirable shape of an organization and address the issue of organizational change in most appropriate way. This course is designed to give an overview of contemporary approaches to leadership which play an important role in the growth of any organization.

This lecture elaborates the four contemporary styles of leadership: 1. Charismatic Leadership, 2. Servant Leadership, 3. Authentic Leadership, 4. Transformational Leadership and their characteristics.

Path-Goal Situational Leadership Theory
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Path-Goal Situational Leadership Theory

Motivation is an important component in leadership. Path–goal theory is about how leaders motivate followers to accomplish the designated goals, and it plays a significant role in leadership. The goal of this lecture is that everyone understand Path-Goal situations theory, and apply it to achieve the maximum productivity of the organization.

From this lecture, everyone who is in the leader position or who want to be a leader can study four styles of leader behaviors: supportive, directive, participative, and achievement-oriented leader identified by the Path-Goal theory. In addition, it describes how to motivate the employees' to increase their satisfaction in their jobs.

The Formation of Team 5 Stages
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The Formation of Team 5 Stages

Teamwork is important and essential in order to accomplish the overall objectives and goals of an organization. Every team goes through the five stages of team development called “Tuckman’s Stages”. These phases are all necessary and inevitable in order for the team to grow, face up to challenges, tackle problems, find solutions, plan work, and deliver results. The main goals of this lecture is to understand about the team-building which need to improve productivity and motivation of the organization.

This lecture explains the main five stages of team building: 1. Forming, 2. Storming, 3. Norming, 4. Performing and 5. Adjourning in details.

Conflict Management and Resolution
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Conflict Management and Resolution

Conflict management is one of the core skill for managers and supervisors because learning how to handle conflict efficiently is a necessary skill for anyone in management and the key to preventing it from hindering employees' professional growth. It is the ability to be able to identify and handle conflicts sensibly, fairly, and efficiently. This lecture is for managers need to resolve and prevent conflicts in the workplace quickly and professionally.

You can learn about the various conflicts encountered in the businesses, the conflict process, the dimensions of conflict-handling intentions and the conflict-resolution techniques from this lecture.

Situational Leadership Styles
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Situational Leadership Styles

The right leadership style will depend on the person or group being led. Situational leadership says that a manager or person of authority should adapt their styles of leadership based upon the situation of their followers. This lecture is intended to every leaders to understand the Hersey–Blanchard situational leadership theory which identified four levels of readiness of the followers based on their ability and willingness and four leadership styles.

In this lecture, the readiness of the followers and situational leadership styles are conducted by Hersey & Blanchard’s Situational Leadership Model in 4 stages.

5 types of Followers
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5 types of Followers

Followership is an important component to any good leader because empowered, effective followers complement the strengths of their leader, providing the necessary support and scaffolding for the leader's ideals. For the leaders, knowing how to influence their subordinates begins with an understanding of who is following them. The objective of this lecture is to indicate the five types of followers identified by Barbara Kellerman based on their level of engagement with the leader.

This lecture includes the explanation of 5 types of followers in the organizations explored by Barbara Kellerman: Isolate, Bystanders, Participants, Activists and Diehards.

Leadership
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Leadership

Leadership is an important function of management which helps to achieve organizational goals and to maximize efficiency of operations. A good leader can guide and instruct the subordinates the way they have to perform their work effectively and efficiently. Therefore, this video is aimed for everyone who wants to be a good leader.

This lecture teaches the learners how can be more effective leader, difference between leadership and management and six types of leadership approaches.