Four Secret Leadership Skills

Great leaders have a structure and use for four secret skills to inspire others just by being who they are.
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  • Lectures 8
  • Length 1 hour
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Published 10/2015 English

Course Description

Great leaders are not born, they are trained.

This course explores the additional secret skills that separate good leaders from great leaders. The skills that enables great leaders to inspire others just by being who they are.

It is important that a leader have passion, lead by example, be organised, delegate, take ownership, be responsible, communicate well, be brave, be honest, be a great listener and know their people. However, these skills alone, do not make a great leader.

What separates good leaders from great leaders?

First, great leaders have a structure. There is a process they follow. For many great leaders this process is unconscious and they may not even know they are doing it, however there is a structure and great leaders follow this structure whether they are aware of it or not.

Second great leaders use four secret skills. These four secret skills are what separates good leaders from great leaders. What enables an ordinary person to rise up and stand for something more? What enables someone to inspire others with a purpose beyond the ordinary? In addition to passion and the other items listed above, a great leader uses the four secret skills.

At the completion of this course you to will be able to implement the same structure and use the four secret skills of great leaders in your daily life. Leading is not just about changing the world or driving organisations. Great leading is needed everywhere. How do you inspire your children to do their homework and make a positive contribution to the world? How do you lead your family in a crisis? In almost every situation the ability to be a great leader will enable you to shine like the sun. To stand out and make the world a better place.

What are the requirements?

  • An understanding of popular leadership principles would be helpful

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand the Four Secret Skills all great leaders use
  • Inspire other just by being who you are
  • Use the leadership structure practiced by great leaders

Who is the target audience?

  • Those that want to be more than a ordinary leader.
  • People who want to quickly and easily inspire others.

What you get with this course?

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Section 1: Overview

Thank you for joining the Four Secret Leadership Skills.

Many people marvel at great leaders and their accomplishments, never realising that they to have the same ability. Great leaders have a structure and follow four key rules when leading. Most great leaders may not be aware they are following these rules but if you look closely you'll see that all great leaders follow these principles.

This course explores the high level skills that great leaders employ to lead masses of people.

Firstly, we'll share an understanding of what leadership is. When you understand what leadership is, it then becomes clear that great leading is possible to be learned.

Then we'll examine each of the four secret skill that all great leaders do. Leading by example, passion, knowing your people and the other commonly referred to leadership skills are important but they alone will not make a great leader. Each of the secret skills is undertaken by great leaders and the best part is these skills are teachable.

Great leading has a structure and can be taught. Great leading is something YOU can learn. You to CAN inspire other just by being who you are.


Understand what leadership is. By incorrect use of words the true meaning of leadership gets hidden. It's hard to be good at something until you are clear about what it is.

0:00 - Great Leaders Slideshow

1:10 - What is Leadership?

2:46 - What actions make a great leader?

3:45 - Leadership Process

4:53 - Bad Day?

6:22 - Consistent results require a structure

8:30 - Words create choice

What do I remember
10 questions
Section 2: Common Leadership Advice

There are countless books, blogs, recording, videos on leadership and what is required to be a good leader. There is much good advice in many of these materials so we’ll provide a summary of some of the key items.

Whilst these aren’t the fundamental hidden keys to being a good leader they are very useful and provide practical tips as to how to lead.

0:58 - Lead by Example

2:56 - Passion

4:21 - Be Organised

5:27 - Delegate

6:18 - Take Responsibility

7:38 - Communicate Effectively

8:58 - Be Brave and Honest

9:27 - Be a Good Listener

10:10 - Know you People

Knowing the Basics
7 questions
Section 3: The Secret Skills

To produce consistent result requires a structure. All great leaders have a structure they undertake to achieve their results. Many are not aware they have a structure to their actions, however regardless of if it conscious or unconscious there is a structure.

0:17 - There is a structure to consistent performance.

0:56 - The process happens unconsciously.

2:09 - Consistent results requires a structure


In today's ever changing world attempting to stabilise systems or go back to basics is a route to failure. The world is changing rapidly and great leaders need to adapt to change. The forth skill enables the great leader to adapt to an ever changing world.

0:56 - Birth, Life, Death

3:38 - THE WALL

4:38 - The world changes around us

5:38 - Change is the only constant

6:58 - Change to match the current environment

8:43 - Get comfortable with paradox

The Forth Skill
7 questions

Great leaders recognise the importance of learning. Not learning for knowledge but the difference between understanding and performance. Great leaders rarely repeat 'learning experiences' as they've used the third skill to incorporate learnings to respond to future events.

0:39 - Understanding or Performance?

1:40 - ??? equals understanding

2:21 - ??? equals performance

3:48 - The Neurology Incorporation

The Third Skill
4 questions

Great leaders understand how the mind and body work together. If they need energy to get the report done, they know how to use the second skill to find the energy to keep moving forward in stressful times.

0:46 - Focus

1:20 - Thoughts and behaviours

1:46 - Choosing your emotional state

2:41 - Your inner confidence

3:31 - Control one you control the other

4:34 - You create your destiny

The Second Skill
6 questions

Why do you get up in the morning? Great leaders know the answer. Inspired by their values great leaders are driven forward by much more. This secret skill gives the great leader an unparalleled inner drive.

0:18 - Why did you get out of bed this morning?

1:06 - Believe in something bigger than yourself

2:00 - The point of power is ........

2:57 - Self Fulfilling Prophecy

4:21 - People Commit to a purpose

4:55 - What's your ........ ?

The First Skill
5 questions

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Instructor Biography

Damian Andrews, Infinity Loop - Peak Performance Training

For over 25 years Damian Andrews has been a study of peak performance in human behaviour. In varying careers from the Defence Force to Marketing and TV to Accounting and Law to Construction to name a few, the skills of peak performance have been refined, honed and tuned on a perpetual continual improvement quest.

A full time career started at 18, leaving school and joining the Army for term of 4 years in which many personal limits were broken. Many of today’s corporate boot camp training experiences were part of daily life, from rock climbing, parachuting, submarines and physically pushing the body’s limits beyond what was believed could be achieved.

Down time was used to study under such teachers as Richard Bandler, Tony Robbins, Jim Rohn, Dr Wayne Dyer and others. These teachers laid the foundation of knowledge for future development.

After the Army, the next challenge was mining in remote North Western Australia. A barren land where temperatures could fluctuate from below zero to scorching heat in one day. However to keep people motivated, fit and healthy, Damian set out and ran physical training and mind awareness sessions at the camp site’s gym.

Returning home, formal university study was undertaken in the field of accounting and law. Shortly after commencement, employment with a corporate recovery firm was attained. This position involved the management of a variety of financially distressed companies requiring exceptional personnel management skills.

The next step was out on one’s own as an advisor providing commercial and management expertise. Fulfilling direct on the job engagements plus also presenting training on various topics, delivering knowledge in person to both small and large listed companies.

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