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Leadership Toolbox

Leadership Toolbox PowerPoint Template

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A good leader clarifies the company's vision, mission and goals and motivates employees to work efficiently and effectively to fulfill this strategy. As such, leaders are crucial to a company's success or failure. The right leader is also indispensable in crisis situations. It takes a leader who can make the right decisions quickly to lead their company safely out of a crisis. The models in our toolbox illustrate what defines the perfect leader.

Our toolbox contains 65 tools to help you clearly present the most important leadership methods and styles and teach your audience about all aspects of a successful leadership personality. In addition to what makes an effective leader, our toolbox provides you with methods and theories on leadership communication, the psychology of leadership and leadership development. Help your leaders take their skills to the next level.

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What makes a good leader?

Good leaders are characterized by many qualities. Along with the ability to set a clear vision, mission and corporate goals, they need to possess important soft skills. These include excellent communication skills, which enable the leader to send clear and explicit messages to their employees. Empathy and active listening are also essential to making employees feel comfortable and motivate them to do their jobs efficiently. They act ethically and with integrity, fostering a corporate culture of cooperation and growth. In the process, they not only encourage the continued development of employees, but are also willing to learn new things themselves.

Finding the right leadership method and style

There are many different leadership methods and styles. Which leadership style is best depends on the company, the leader and the employees. There are fundamental differences in what position the leader holds within the team. For example, in shared leadership, there is no single leader who controls everything, and digital leadership and remote leadership focus on different values than servant leadership. Companies should carefully consider how to properly lead their employees and motivate them accordingly. What the behavior of the leader should look like also needs to be defined precisely.
The importance of the psychology of leadership, communication and development
One of the key responsibilities of leaders is communicating effectively with their employees. How can feedback be communicated appropriately and how can conflicts be resolved? To answer these questions, it's important to gain a better understanding of group dynamics and the team's needs and emotions. The psychology of leadership is as central to this as the right leadership models and styles. A leader's willingness to develop themselves further and expand their qualifications is also indispensable.

Everything about leadership in one set

Our Leadership Toolbox provides you with sixty-five tools for your professional presentation. What's unique about it? In addition to the classic topics on leadership methods and leadership styles, you also receive information and tools on leaders themselves. Learn and present what makes a leader, how leaders should effectively communicate or act with the team, and how they can develop themselves. With our professionally designed slides, you'll give a presentation that will highlight and develop your leadership.

With the Leadership Toolbox for PowerPoint:

  • receive tools, methods and information on leadership
  • present the characteristics of a good leader
  • show which leadership styles suit your company

This PowerPoint template includes

  • Leadership Models
  • Quote
  • Carlyle and Galton’s trait theory
  • Kouzes and Posner’s trait theory
  • Ralph Stogdill’s leadership theory
  • Douglas McGregor’s theory X and theory Y
  • Kurt Lewin’s three-style model
  • Bolman and Deal’s four-frame model
  • Blake and Mouton managerial grid
  • Fiedler’s contingency theory
  • Hershey-Blanchard situational leadership
  • House and Evans’ path-goal theory
  • Tannenbaum and Schmidt’s leadership continuum
  • Kouzes and Posner’s Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership
  • John Adair’s action-centered leadership model
  • Scouller’s three levels of leadership
  • Leadership Styles
  • Servant leadership
  • Authentic leadership
  • Ethical leadership
  • Value-based leadership
  • Bureaucratic leadership
  • Charismatic leadership
  • Narcissistic leadership
  • Transformational leadership/transactional leadership
  • Shared leadership
  • Agile leadership
  • Digital leadership
  • Remote leadership
  • French and Raven’s six power bases
  • Nine leadership styles: What they mean to the team
  • Leaders
  • Five roles of leaders
  • Robert Quinn’s leadership roles
  • Leader’s duties
  • Leadership mindset
  • Leader’s competencies
  • Competence radar
  • DISC method
  • Four personality colors
  • Big five
  • Leadership Communication
  • Seven ways to listen
  • Active listening methods
  • Communication styles
  • SOFT method
  • Feedback rules
  • Retrospective
  • Feedback framework
  • Johari window
  • Psychology of Leadership
  • Nine team roles
  • Hierarchy of needs for teams and leaders
  • Value model
  • Self-image vs. public image
  • Leadership motives
  • Value target
  • Conflicting priorities in leadership
  • Emotion matrix
  • Iceberg model
  • Relationship pyramid
  • Developing Leaders
  • Maturity model
  • Leadership competence model
  • Leadership-performance matrix
  • Leadership development plan
  • Leader qualification matrix
  • The four E’s of leadership development
  • Five ways to improve leadership skills
  • Growth pyramid
  • 360-degree feedback
  • Seven pillars of resilience



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