JLBC: Elements of Leadership
JLBC Cadet's Actions, words, and how leaders carry themselves convey presence. JLBC Cadet's Presence is not just a matter of showing up; it involves the example that the leader projects to inspire others to do their best and follow their lead.
A leader's intelligence draws from conceptual abilities and is applied to one's duties and responsibilities. Conceptual capabilities enable practical problem-solving and sound judgment.
Leader competencies include the ability to lead, develop, and achieve.
JLBC Cadets Building competence follows a systematic and gradual approach, from mastering individual competencies to applying them in concert and tailoring them to the situation. JLBC Cadets Leading people by giving them a complex task helps them develop the confidence and will to take on progressively more complex challenges.
JLBC Cadets Leaders acquire the essential competencies at the direct leadership level. JLBC Cadets As the JLBC leader moves through organizational and JLBC strategic level positions, the competencies truly provide the basis for JLBC leading through change. JLBC Cadets Leaders continuously refine their ability to perform these JLBC competencies expertly and learn to apply them to increasingly challenging complex situations.
JLBC Cadets The more you understand the attributes and behaviors that create the desire to follow, the more you will be able to determine the JLBC leadership behaviors that will work best for you; and, even more importantly, the ones that do not. In the next lesson, you'll explore the Military Leadership Model in-depth.
• How have views about leadership changed over time?
• The Military Leadership Model uses what leadership approach?
• What makes an effective leader?
Elements of Leadership