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Ramesh Velpula
Some authors say that leadership is born not created, Some say it can be created through practice and applying certain principles. But as per my research it is really difficult to learn it by controlling all our emotional feelings and developing good communication skills when you do not like to talk much or if you are a silent person. Is there any way in such cases? (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  Sven Nyberg
 

Training Silent Individuals for Leadership

All skills needed to be a good leader can be trained. Difficulties such as controlling one's feelings and/or get out of your silence can be achieved if you are willing to pay the price i.e. put enough effort in practicing.

  Joanne Andersen-Toi
 

Leadership and Silent Individuals

In some cases, the silent person or the individual who requires extended communications skills will encounter numerous experiences that if learned will lead toward leadership. For example, the individual will observe the various emotions around quicker and deeper leading to a better assessment of his/her environment and others. A silent person has the experience but needs study, theory, mentorship and then get out of their way...

  Nicola Page, United Kingdom
 

Leadership : Know Thyself

I believe to become a good leader you must first u (...)

  Chiro, Business Consultant, Kenya
 

Silent Leadership

Also known as 'positional power' a true leader det (...)

  Curtis Richardson, Business Consultant, United States
 

Silent Leadership and Toastmasters

Leadership can be developed and requires a voice. (...)

  Nicola Page, United Kingdom
 

Leaderships

Toastmasters are probably similar to that of sets (...)

  Curtis Richardson, Business Consultant, United States
 

Mixing Personal and Business Boundries

Anytime you have action learning, business and ple (...)

  Michael D. Moore, Entrepreneur, United States
 

Careful with Changing Silent Individuals

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  Ashok Kumar
 

Silence may actually help Leaders to Reflect

It is easy to define leadership in terms of how on (...)

 
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