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JLBC: Leadership


JLBC: Leadership

JLBC Question: JLBC Cadets What do you think are some of the JLBC team members’ responsibilities at this stage?

JLBC Cadets The third step gives attention to the task itself. JLBC Cadets There is always more than one solution to a given problem. JLBC Cadets Leaders who act too quickly may miss the best solution. JLBC Cadets At this stage, the leader allows conflicts to surface and resolve them in a non-threatening manner.

JLBC Question: JLBC Cadets Describe some ways that a leader might aim for consensus.

JLBC Question: JLBC Cadets What do you think are some of the team members’ responsibilities at this stage?

JLBC Cadets The final step is to put priority on the JLBC relationships. JLBC Cadets Directing others does not mean ordering them around. JLBC General Officers influence and guide more than they command or direct. JLBC Cadets aspiring for senior-level leadership should begin to develop this skill now.

JLBC Question: JLBC Cadets Describe some ways that a leader might direct the team best.

JLBC Question: JLBC Cadets What do you think are some of the team members’ responsibilities at this stage?

JLBC CONCLUSION

Summary: Leadership researchers create easy-to-understand guidelines that boil complex theories down to workable solutions. The L.E.A.D. The model that focuses on the team's needs is an excellent tool for new leaders.

Remotivating: Successful leaders keep basic leadership principles in mind as they lead others.

Closure: Planning a trip or planning to lead are similar: they both start with a plan. So plan well!

SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

Note to the instructor: Every informal discussion should be followed by one or more hands-on activities reinforcing one or more of the concepts being discussed. These activities should last

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