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Team Name Group Member Names Section 1 –Leadership for a Successful Future Directions: Be complete and concise in your answers. Elaborate when necessary. Read through all the questions before answering them, if some of your answers can be combined into one answer then do so, but make sure you are fully answering what each question is asking. 1.1 Chart of distinctions between manager and leader 1. Discuss your management/leadership chart. What were the similarities? Differences? Laura: Most of my leaders and managers were personal figures in my life. I found it more difficult to name managers because they are not people I look up to for inspiration. Jen: I noticed that my managers were generally bosses I had, whereas my leaders were more often teachers or people who have had a positive impact on my life. 2. Where did group members place themselves on the management/leadership chart? Were there any trends? Laura: I placed myself under the Leaders, because I felt that I have more of the leaders’ traits. Jen: I placed myself in the leader chart because I have always been told that I possess good leadership skills, and I feel I have the more personal side of the leader. 1.2 The Leadership Inventory 1. Discuss results. Were there any trends, similarities or distinctions between the group member’s results? Were any members surprised by their results? Name, Date 1
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Laura: I fell more closely to the leadership side, which was not surprising to me. Jen: I feel like there are a lot of good leaders in our group. I wasn’t surprised by my results either - every personality test I’ve ever taken tells me that I’m a natural leader, and personal experiences in the classroom/at work/etc. also reinforce that. Section 2 –Reinventing Yourself As a Leader 1. Discuss individual goals. Are team members’ goals realistic? Graduation and finding a career path were common goals. This is realistic for all of us. 2. What makes a goal realistic? When you have the proper resources to obtain that goal. 3. What are your goals as a team? List at least 3 here: 1) Plan ahead so we can meet together 2) Have everyone participate equally during projects 3) Communicate well with each other 4) Learn about each other and from each other 4. How can we, the group, accomplish our goals? List behaviors which correspond to meeting our goals: Goal: Corresponding Behavior: Name, Date 2
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Goal 1 Plan at least 1 week in advance Goal 2 Provide a person with different tasks Goal 3 E-mail each other at least 3 times a week Goal 4 Be open to opportunity Section 3 –The Leadership Crisis 1. What leadership characteristics did each member identify from the leaders in their lives? Inspiring, successful, and selfless. 2. The following are leadership myths. What makes these false?
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