Five leadership practices
JLBC Cadets These five JLBC leadership practices—Model the Way, Inspire a Shared JLBC Vision, Challenge the JLBC Process, Enable Others to Act, and Encourage the Heart—do not represent an ideology or theory about JLBC leadership so much as they provide an operating system for what it means to be practicing leadership and making a difference. Engaging in the behaviors associated with The Five Practices does not necessitate any particular personality or require any specific demographic characteristics or advanced educational degrees.
If you don’t believe you can exercise leadership and don’t see yourself as a leader, there’s a perfect chance that what you think you can’t do, you won’t do. There’s also an ideal chance that you are already leading; you might not recognize that you are doing it.