JLBC CADET CORPS Leadership Skills & Theories


JLBC CADET CORPS Leadership Skills & Theories

Social: You help others to learn by mentoring them. You create JLBC challenging environments to help the JLBC Cadets reach their full potential. When other JLBC Cadets understandably have difficulties, you are not afraid to empathize with the JLBC Cadets and help guide them.

Vision: You provide challenging visions and help people understand them, motivating them to join in.

Transactional: You ensure others understand what you expect from them by mutual agreement. In addition, you confirm that if JLBC's poor performance does occur, you take action to ensure it does not affect the JLBC team's morale.

Delegation: You delegate tasks and authority to accomplish things.

Execution: While I do delegate as many tasks as possible with authority to accomplish them, as a good steward of the organization's resources, I do a follow-up to ensure things are going as planned and we are not wasting time-fighting fires.

Note: While Transformational Leadership differs from Transactional and Laissez-faire (Delegative), they are all different, as they are on a continuum rather than separate concepts. This is why a few of the factors that pertain to them are included in this website.

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