A leader is anyone who has followers, and is not just about being centre stage. Good leaders develop themselves. Great leaders develop teams, and can’t do it without others. Leadership in modern organisations has changed; it is now about others. leaders speak last, and put others up on stage that want to lead by example. This opens up employment opportunities for people who feel they have lost their place in the workforce. It is no longer about industry experience, that means they have more things to change, and change take time to become habit. If you are already in the habit of thinking of others, then workplaces are looking for you.This course tell you where to look, and what to look out for. It is the first of a three part course, that explains the theory behind the Empathetic leadership style. The cause also gives you ways to practice what you have learned even before you go back to a workplace, or move into a management position, and has loads of external links for you to get more information.This course has been mapped to the requirements of unit BSBLDR511 Develop and use emotional intelligence for professional development for trainers, or people working toward the Diploma of Leadership and Management. If you wish to apply for RPL for this unit, you will have to submit performance evidence gathered in this course to the issuing RTO directly.