Trust is the firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability or strength of someone or something. You should be able to rely on someone that you see as a leader. Reliability is a key thing that goes into building trust in a relationship. If you can't rely on a person, how can you trust them? … Continue reading Trust
Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of others. "The ability to step into the shoes of another person, aiming to understand their feelings and perspectives, and to use that understanding to guide our actions." -The Mind Journal "True empathy requires that you step outside your own emotions to view things entirely … Continue reading Empathy
Growth is a theory of change- process of change by outlining casual linkages (short term, intermediate, long term). "Cycle of Change." As a person, Leaders should grow throughout their lives. Like the quote, "grow through what you go through," the experiences you have in life should shape you into the person you will become or … Continue reading Growth
Assertiveness: Behaving in a confident manner in which you are quick to express your own opinions and feelings. Behaving confidently and able to say in a direct way what you want and what you believe. Characterized by bold or confident statements and behavior. In order to be assertive, you should be confident in what you … Continue reading Assertiveness
Respect is a feeling of deep admiration for something or someone by their abilities, qualities, or achievements. Self-Efficacy is the extent or strength of someone's belief in their own ability to complete tasks and reach Goals. Plays a major role in how we approach goals, approach tasks, and deal with challenges. Positive Self-Talk is to … Continue reading Respect
Expectations are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely - a belief that something will happen in the future. S- Specific; well defined/clear (Who, What, Where, When, Why, Which). M- Measurable; is it obtainable? Can YOU complete it? A- Attainable; Plan wisely and establish a time frame. R- Realistic; availability of resources, knowledge, and time. T- Time based; … Continue reading Expectations
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