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What is Leadership


What Does
Leadership Look



• Analytical skills refer to the ability to collect and analyze

• Examples of analytical skills consist of creativity and
critical thinking.


• The organization of the different elements of a complex
body or activity so as to enable them to work together


• The ability to manage a large amount of money for
yourself or a company.


• Being able to make negotiations with others.
• Negotiation within a work context is defined as the

process of forging an agreement between two or more
parties that is mutually acceptable.


• Persuasion in the workplace (or other environments)
entails convincing others to follow a course of action, to
agree to a commitment, or to purchase a product or

• Persuasive skills are required when one needs to
influence project stakeholders.


• Hopefulness and confidence about the future or the
successful outcome of something that you have been
working on.


• Delegation typically means the transfer of responsibility
for a task from a manager to a subordinate.

• Delegation can also happen when there is a less formal
line of authority.

Logical Thinking

• Logical thinkers observe and analyze phenomena,
reactions, and feedback and then draw conclusions
based on that input.

• Employers place a high value on workers who display
strong logical thinking or reasoning skills because their
decision making is based on factual data.

Nonverbal Communication

• Nonverbal communication refers to gestures, facial
expressions, tone of voice, eye contact (or lack thereof),
body language, posture, and other ways people can
communicate without using language.

• When you’re interviewing for a job or participating in a
meeting, your nonverbal communication is almost as
important as your verbal responses.

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