Reflection Using Borton's Developmental Framework

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This assignment is about leadership Practice Inventory. A reflection using Rolfe et al (2001) framework will be developed. The framework uses Borton’s (1970) developmental framework which contains three questions: What? So what? And Now what?
In the first workshop, we all students were given for assessing our leadership behaviors of five different practices. The model was developed by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner. In the overall score, I got the highest score in “Enabling others to act” and the lowest in “Challenging the process”. Talking about the particular behavior, I scored 10/10 for “Treating others with dignity and respect”. The LPI score affects our leadership quality; this thought was never in my mind. I got to understand …show more content…

A time frame also needs to be considered as well as follow some leader’s path from whom you are inspired in the life. (Henneman, 2012).
A conveyed message has no meaning and nobody believes it unless a person sending the message is committed towards his words and promises. A leader should be crystal clear about their capacity and limitations and present on that way while doing work. (Russell Borland, Thomas Chalmers, 2015).
If a person remains idle waiting for some good fate to occur in his life it is not a leadership quality. A person needs to seek new opportunities and challenges as well as learn to accept it easily. An innovative nature towards exploring things and adopting new techniques to implement it. Being innovative is challenging because the success and failure rate is equal here as well as unavoidable. (James M. Kouzes, 2012).
A profession should be taken as an adventure and perform a test before and after every task. An idea should be generated by looking an outer nature and trying to make every work joyful. (Henneman, …show more content…

Every individual has all kind of behaviors. It is up to them to recognize them and utilize properly to flourish them and achieve their goals. A leader must have the knowledge to mobilize all the team members to achieve common organizational goals. Leadership is about a person who aims to lead and one who chooses to follow that leader. (Dr. Abdullah M. Abu-Tineh, 2009).
Trustworthiness is the base for any leadership. It is earned by the followers. Leaders should carry their commitment and action by side by side. A dream and vision should be of that level which is achievable. This vision should be accepted by the followers as well and take it as their own vision. The hope of achieving the goals is given by a leader as well as the existing prospectus that the future is there in seeing those dreams. (James M. Kouzes, The leadership challenge,

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