Leadership Credibility

“What makes credible leaders?”

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While there is extant information on credible leadership, there is insufficient information that addresses the holistic exploration on the making of credible leaders to understand how everyday perceived effective credible leaders engage, interact and act to sustain their credibility.

Our CEO Gilbert Ang’ana conducted a research study aimed at exploring the experiences of perceived credible leaders to holistically understand their perceptions and experiences.

This research has provided in-depth and holistic insight into the making of credible leaders, highlighting perspectives that are perceived and appreciated by leaders and also elements that are understood as borderline credibility challenges

The findings of this study have revealed the key dimensions of what makes credible leaders and especially its centrality on the moral self. Credible leaders are believed to have aware of the moral self which is a critical antecedent to credibility and enables the development of resilience, competence and are caring and building others to be better versions of themselves.

Check out and read the full research study and findings through the link below:

For feedback, questions, engagements kindly reach out to:

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Gilbert Ang’ana (CEO at Accent Leadership Group Ltd), info@stepafrique.com

Published by Coach Gilbert

Coach Gilbert is a Leadership Coach, Speaker, Trainer, Author, a Thought Leader on Self-Leadership, Strategic Leadership & Conscious Leadership & on a mission to creating a movement of leaders whose power of influence is far greater than the authority of their position.

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