The Exa-leadership model attempts to grasp which Communication Aspect is most active in a leadership style, and what generates strong leadership as opposed to weak leadership.
As example, the next graph shows the example of a leadership style focused on Mental Energies, rather than on physical strength or display of force superiority.
Each leadership style has its own peculiar characteristics, briefly highlighted in the lateral box.
It must be clearly stated here, that any specific leadership style would require a whole manual, but this is neither the space nor the purpose of this book.
The purpose of the book is to provide an overall picture and some practical tools to help leaders in shaping their own leadership style with higher level of consciousness: becoming more and more aware of the type of leadership they are building, the external forms that generate that leadership style, the impact, and the internal power and skills that are needed to generate real leadership, opposed to “facade” and fake leadership.
Any leader can be analyzed and examined with the purpose of determining its Power Profile, its strengths and weaknesses, and which type of Leader is required for which type of Organization.
A fully empowered Leader has one or more vectors at very high levels.
Any type of Leader can be charted (to depict an overall view) and deeply analyzed on specific traits that constitute his/her Leadership styles and Leadership Improvement Needs.
Semiotics becomes extremely useful when it comes to identifying the signs that can give us indication of the level of power and strengths (or deficiencies) in any of the Exa-Leadership variables.
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