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Leadership development action plan

  1. 1. Sarah Twiggs LEADERSHIP FINAL THOUGHTS
  2. 2. Key Learning Kouzes and Posner
  3. 3. Weakness and Learning Opportunity • How Can I Practice?
  4. 4. Timeline
  5. 5. Key Learning • Imagine possibilities of what the future can hold. Kouzes and Posner • In my results, scored high in talks about future trends. • Very important in my career field.
  6. 6. Weakness and Learning Opportunity • Shows others how interest can be realized. • Painting a solid picture of what future could look like. How Can I Practice? • Make sure I highlight all the rewarded parts of this industry. Timeline • Very similar to “Model the Way.” • Will be every three months. • Will ask students what was most inspiring to them.
  7. 7. Key Learning • Seizing the initiative. • Exercise outsight. • Generate small wins. Kouzes and Posner • In my results, scored high in seeks challenges and takes risks. • Willing to try new ideas.
  8. 8. Weakness and Learning Opportunity • Tries new approaches. • I like taking risks when I know there is no fatal or catastrophic failures. How Can I Practice? • Need to learn to trust. • Having student-workers create new templates every week for games. • Templates cannot be repeated. Timeline • Very similar to other two skills. • Will be every three months.
  9. 9. Key Learning • Trusts. • Builds relationships. Kouzes and Posner • In my results, scored high in: • Develops cooperative relationships. • Actively listens to different points of view. • Treats people with dignity and respect.
  10. 10. Weakness and Learning Opportunity • One of my strongest scores. • Will not concentrate on this skills immediately. How Have I Practice? • Always ask for a second opinion. • Have trust in myself that I have taught employees well. • Genuinely want to know people and see them succeed. Timeline • Will be done yearly. • Morning Meeting round tables every day.
  11. 11. Key Learning • Shows appreciation. • Personal recognition. Kouzes and Posner • In my results, scored high in: • Praises for job well done. • Gives appreciation.
  12. 12. Weakness and Learning Opportunity • One of my strongest scores. • Will not concentrate on this skills immediately. How Have I Practice? • Have given out personal rewards to workers. • Always say “thank you.” Timeline • Will be done yearly.
  13. 13. • Kouzes, J. M., & Posner, B. Z. (2012). Challenge the Process. In J. M. Kouzes, & B. Z. Posner, The Leadership Challenge: How To Make Extraordinary Things Happen in Organizations (5th ed., pp. 156-185). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. • Kouzes, J. M., & Posner, B. Z. (2012). Model the Way. In J. M. Kouzes, & B. Z. Posner, The Leadership Challenge: How to Make Extraordinary Things in Organization (pp. 41-99). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. • Kouzes, J. M., & Posner, B. Z. (2012). The Leadership Challenge Workbook. San Francisco: Jossey- Bass. • Kouzes, J., & Posner, B. (2012). Inspire A Shared Vision. In J. Kouzes, & B. Posner, The Leadership Challenge: How To Make Extraordinary Things Happen in Organizations (5th ed., pp. 99-127). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

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