Along your road to success, you will encounter various types of leaders. Over a decade of teaching, seeing people with no leadership experience emerge as effective, confident, able leaders has proven that leadership can be taught, like any social, emotional, performance-based activity. Like learning to play the piano or basketball, start by practicing the basics and advance as you learn. Once a person is offered a step by step guide of what to do and how to do it, it becomes as straightforward as any other performance-based activity.

Some results of great leadership practice include: becoming authentic within your leadership style, becoming intentional about the connections you create, and using empathy and support with others. Practicing the basics will lead you to become a leader others will follow. The resources below in this learning path offer articles, videos and inspirations to help you start.