9.0 Conclusion In conclusion, there are several leadership styles that I can relate to. However I feel that my constant pursuit of self improvement of my skills and recognizing my strengths-taking opportunities to improve them. As for my challenges, seek coaching and mentoring assistance, attend workshops, seminars and conferences that are conducive to my leadership skills and maintain
Heading to my new assignment and into a work center where I can lead and encourage team dynamics, the use of team roles with help my subordinates and I mesh and accomplish the goals or tasks set before us. Once I arrive and meet my team, after feedback, and a short get to know period the application of team roles will take place. Knowing who on my team demonstrate the traits of creators, advancers, refiners, executors and flexors I can knowingly place them into positions where they can thrive and not only further their career but the mission. A common challenge we face in security forces faces is the morale issue.
Sinke (2017) “ According to Steven Covey’s book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change. The seven habits needed to learn how to become a great leader are as follows: be proactive, begin with the end in mind, put first things first, think win/win, and seek first to understand then be understood, synergy, and sharpen the saw. Covey uses these principles to point out the different ways of looking at things. He helps guide you to become more aware of your leadership style and ways to improve.
As such delegation of authority will have an effective result (Management Study Guide, 2013). Showing your commitment, sets the example for others to follow, leading to greater loyalty and respect. The approval and respect of a leader highly depends on the commitment he has on work-plans and time schedules. Employees generally follow a committed
Mission Statement and Personal Philosophy ‘I commit myself to improving my body and mind everyday. I will be a role model to my brother and a loyal and loving child to my parents. I will take my university studies very seriously and reach my full potential. I will be doing a Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc) degree. I will in the next five years be one step closer to developing into the man, mensch and mentor I wish to be.’
I will use this knowledge to take every situation into consideration and knowing that if I were in the situation I would want someone to listen and care for me as best they can. February 27, 2018. #8. W-7 FITNESS TO PRACTICE 1.
Part One: Personal Values My personal values, in order of importance, are respect, loyalty, fairness, poise, and trustworthiness. Respect is the starting point of each relationship I currently have and my future relationships. I believe that each person deserves respect, to a certain degree, even before you build on that relationship with said person. In turn, giving respect to my peers and subordinates, from the very beginning, should have positive effects on my relationships with these people.
Adaptive Leadership has two focal strengths relevant to this philosophy and validate its inclusion in this analysis. First, this style, unlike other theories, is follower-centered and leaders provide the tools necessary for followers to grow and as a result, the whole organization grows (Northouse, 2016, p.275). Lastly, Adaptive Leadership provides instructional behaviors anyone can learn that can facilitate positive, adaptive change (Northouse, 2016,
In fact, I believe that my strengths are critical in a leadership position as they promote an organization to progress on a path to success, leading to the best possible scenario in my endeavours. Through these principles, I believe that my ideal leadership style is one that is quite democratic in nature, as I strive to get everyone involved in pursuit of a common goal. For that reason, I will strive to work on my leadership traits in order to become the best possible leader that I can be. Therefore, becoming a favorable leader of an organization is a challenge, but one that is easily accomplished through focusing on and improving one’s strengths and weaknesses which encompass their standards for outstanding
Being a leader managing one’s emotion is very vital for his leadership. As described by Ashkhanasy and Tse (2000), all types of leadership resolve around “mobilizing human resources toward the attainment of organizational goal”. Researcher have emphasized on the proper use of emotions to become a successful leader. Pescosolido (2000) argues that leader use emotions for securing assistance within groups, to encourage groups and improve the required communication. One field of leadership that seems promising for heaving a relationship with emotional intelligence is transformational leadership.
First, leading by example is key to developing any good organization. Those people that must be influenced to work with you must understand that you are self-confident and believe in what you are doing. They must
They are idealized influence, inspirational motivation, intellectual stimulation and individual consideration (Doody & Doody, 2012). These four components are absolutely vital for leaders to possess to be successful. Idealized influence is demonstrated when high standards of morality are displayed. Leaders must have the ability to follow the organizations vision but then also maintain a vision of their own. Leaders must also be able to demonstrate that they can perform the same duties as their employees.
As I progress in my career, I feel that it is important to develop a personal style and technique that clients can relate to. I am also interested in learning more about assessments and evaluations as they drive the rehabilitation plan. While I have assessed hundreds of clients, I realize that there is more to learn. For instance, the trend over the next five years will be an increase in applicants who receive state-plan home and community based services. The Final Rule issued by The Center for Medicare and Medicaid will require that individuals receive services in the most integrated settings.
I have multiple expectations of the Center Leader course. Such as learning to propperly communicate, manage and lead a center to success while accomplishing the mission. I also expect to gain the basic knowlege needed for appropriate recruiting center operations. I understand that the Center Leader course is a course guided by instituional learning. How ever, I beleive that the knowledge gained from the persoanl expeiriences of my peers and the instructor will be just as valuable as the set curriculum.
On June 21st, 2016, Tyvon Davis, Adonia Riley, Trevor Wilson and I attended a Leadership Camp at The Citadel. Since it was during the summer you could see the heat waves on the hoods of cars as we drove to Charleston, SC. Knowing that this week long program would be intense, we were physically prepared but, on the inside we were an emotional wreck. Prior to leaving for this camp, we prepared throughout the school year. Cramming our brains with knowledge and feeling our muscles ache from mile runs.