- Be interested in learning about the concept of leadership.
- Have a desire to become an inspirational leader.
“A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way.” – John C. Maxwell.
Leadership is a process which allows anyone to have an influence on other people in order to achieve common goals or results. As a leader you need to possess certain skills and traits to help you become more effective. If you would like to discover ways that would help you become an inspirational leader, then this is the right course for you.
In this short and informative MOOC, you will:
Demonstrate the difference between good leadership and bad leadership.
Learn about the path towards good leadership
Acquire several strategies to influence people’s attitudes
Discover the different challenges that a leader might face
Learn how to overcome those challenges
Learn how to write your own Leadership Philosophy
This course also includes assignments that will push you to think outside the box and use your critical thinking skills.
Alright! Enough introduction! Are you excited to embark on this amazing journey? Great! All you have to do now is to click “ENROLL NOW” and start learning.
Who this course is for:
- Learners who are interested in learning more about leadership.
- 02:25Video: Welcome Video
- 01:52Video: Meet Your Instructor
- 1 questionIntroduce Yourself
- 03:12Video: HIGH UP and Leadership
- 1 questionCan You Become a Leader Without Being Inspired by Someone First?
Hello! My name is Omar and I am an English language teacher.
I have a B.A degree in English Studies from the University of Mohammed Premier (UMP). I also have a TESOL certificate from Arizona State University (ASU) as well as other diplomas and certificates in the field of education. I have been teaching English for a year now. I have taught general English as well as business English to different levels and age groups.
When I teach, I like to use fun activities and different kinds of techniques to get students motivated and keep them focused. I also try to engage my students in meaningful situations through project-based learning (PBL).