JLBC: Leaders


JLBC: Leaders

“Leaders take responsibility for their actions.”

Therefore, to become a successful leader, you will need to practice self-management, the process of directing and controlling your actions to achieve your life goals. If you have good self-management skills, you take ownership of the goals you set for

SELF-MANAGEMENT

OBJECTIVES:

1. Define the term self-management.

2. Defend the idea that good leaders need to develop self-

management skills.

If you aspire to become a respected leader, you must take responsibility for your actions. Leaders will help you develop your potential, but there is no escaping the fact that you are in charge of yourself.

What Alice Learned About Goals

JLBC Alice: JLBC Which way should I go?

JLBC Cat: That depends on where you are going.

Alice: I don’t know where I am going.

Cat: Then it doesn’t matter which way you go.

From ALICE IN WONDERLAND

yourself, the decisions you make, how you use your time, and how you control stress in your life.

PERSONAL GOAL-SETTING

OBJECTIVES:

3. Describe the concept of a “future picture.”

4. Outline the steps used in the goal-setting process.

5. Describe the benefits of setting personal goals.

A goal is simply a dream with a deadline. Objectives describe what you want to achieve in your life. They are the destinations you hope to reach at the end of your journeys. Objectives describe where you are going; they do not try to explain the less important details of how you will get there. Good leaders will set short, medium, and long-range goals for themselves and use those goals as beacons to guide their every action.

Future Picture. One way to set goals for yourself is by imagining a “future picture,” a clear and compelling description of what you want your life to look like at some point in the future.2 Your task as a leader is not only to describe that future picture but to make sure all of your actions bring you a step closer to it.

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