Forming a Leadership Development Plan Introduction Leadership development can encompass a broad range of experiences and activities that can assist in building leadership ability and skill. These activities can include both formal and informal experiences, such as in class learning or on the job learning. What is important when attempting to develop leadership skills is intentionality, purposeful participation in activities that will develop broad skills that will be of benefit, and specific skills needed for a particular individual. Identifying Skills for Development To accomplish this, the broad set of skills needed for effective leadership can be identified in the leadership literature, and should be consulted to develop a big picture...The end:
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