How self-efficacy can help to be a better leader ?
A Coggle Diagram about Leadership Performance, Leadership Gender (Female participants were less confident about their leadership capabilities than men of similar age and education., A woman has low confidence in her leadership capabilities, so she will be less likely to take on challenging leadership roles and more likely to project a less confident demeanor, regardless of her genuine capabilities. and Leadership is regarded by the wider culture as a male task, social role pressures would likely cause women to avoid leadership roles.), Leadership Education (A measure of leadership self-efficacy change would be an excellent criterion for evaluating the success of a leadership development intervention., Create leadership role opportunities for students and providing them with the instruction and coaching needed to help them succeed. and Incorporate into their leadership development programs some kind of re-attribution training for female participants to ensure that their leadership self-efficacy perceptions will be positively impacted.), Leadership Personalities, Leadership Experience (Feelings of efficaciousness develop gradually through life experiences, and It is by doing and succeeding at doing that the individual builds the skills, coping strategies, and task knowledge necessary for proficient performance) and Leadership Interpretation