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I believe through experience and relationships, I will become a better NCO and can lead by example. By having goals and striving to do better, your subordinates and people around you will aspire to be like you and take notice of your achievements. This is what makes a great leader. My personal leadership philosophy incorporates all of these values and experiences. The Army values are the core to my leadership principles which are shaped with my own personal experiences and goals.
During my time on the team, I have been the Sentinel for one year and the Secretary for two years. Being on the officer team has helped me become more organized and a better leader. From helping to organize meetings with the other officers, to attending FFA conventions, I have gained a great deal of responsibility. Future Farmers of America has also provided me with many opportunities to help make an impact in my community through volunteer work. Every year our officer team helps the YMBL, Young Men’s Business League, of Southeast Texas to put on a Special Needs Rodeo.
As a result of being in this position of leadership I have learned responsibility and leadership skills.
Over my twenty-year career, the core aspects of my leadership philosophy have been constant while other parts evolved with me, as I changed jobs and responsibilities and while I matured and gained new perspectives. Mahatma Gandhi said it best, “You have to be the change that you want to see in the world.” In keeping with the military’s practice of conducting after action reviews after military exercises, I hope my written leadership philosophy will become a contract to keep me in check and ensure I “walked the talk.”
Our current commander instituted his personal leadership philosophy last summer and has an expectation for all leaders to champion his organizational vision and goals. I ensured everyone in my section had a solid understanding of his leadership philosophy, as well as the new organizational vision and goals. I also posted them in our office for quick reference and review the information during our weekly staff meetings. This helps to ensure we, as an office, are supporting the values of the
Question: Credit Unions are not-for-profit financial cooperatives that exist to serve members, not generate profit. “People helping people” is the philosophical foundation of these institutions. What do you see as the value of this foundation? Please explain.
Army defines leadership as “influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation, while operating to accomplish the mission and improve the organization.” As a professional Non-Commissioned officer, proudly serving in the United State Army and within the boundary that clearly depicts vivid picture of Army Leadership. I am SGT Mostafazadeh define and develop my first Leadership Philosophy and most importantly use it in the daily bases and maintain revision and update it as I develop and learn new thing throughout my Military Carrere. The ground foundation of my Leadership philosophy is based on three core Leader Competencies include Leads, Develops and Achieves and how each one of those factor impact my organization (Army), Army human resources (senior, peers and subordinates) and
To select the sample for this study, data will be collected from two businesses; Alabama Power and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama in Birmingham, Alabama. The surveys will include segments in which the participants were asked to give an account of their; workplace, supervisor-subordinate relationship, leadership, employee performance, and organizational performance at the workplace (Scheidt-Nave et al., 2012). The other possible data collection may come from Survey Monkey. The instruments used for this study will be the OPS (all 67 participants will evaluate the organization), 360-degree feedback (57 subordinates will evaluate their supervisors and 10 supervisors will evaluate their subordinates), and the GRS (10 supervisors will evaluate their subordinates and 57 subordinates will evaluate
Through my experience of akdphi, I’ve held many leadership positions including fundraising chair, corresponding secretary, creative director and the Greek delegate of relations. Akdphi had given me the opportunity to further my leadership skills and maintain an excellent GPA. After joining akdphi, I have been swamped by an infinite network of people who welcome you with open arms. At that time, that was exactly what I needed. This experience has played an enormous role in shaping who I am today.
Change is inevitable and follower-based leadership can help to alleviate transitional stresses that may occur. Challenges in this leadership style are adaptive, technical, and a combination of the two. Technical challenges can only be solved by experts, adaptive challenges can be solved with leader encouragement and are not easy to identify, both challenges can be solved with leaders and followers working together (Northouse, 2016, pp.261-263). Adaptive leadership should inspire mobilization, motivation, and organization in followers (Northouse, 2016, p.258). Adaptive and technical challenges combined and adaptive challenges alone can be remedied with leader behaviors, like regulating distress and protecting leadership voices below, that encourage followers to continue to strive for their best and essentially the good of the organization also.
Through volunteering, I realized successful leaders exhibit perseverance and are self-disciplined and that servant leadership is not a specific style or skill but rather, it is about (a leader’s) behavior and actions, that are adopted over the longer term. As a leader, it is important to understand the organizational mission, values and long-term vision, whether one is working for the organization or a volunteer of it, to effectively and whole-heartedly serve the organization. This experience showed me the areas in my leadership, where I can improve upon. I recognized the importance of listening to others and what a vital part it plays, in building strong and successful relationships. I also recognized, that I tend to want to nurture and care for others, and while that is important, it is also important to recognize when an individual may not welcome that and that is okay.