Chapter 3 - The Relational Leadership Model

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Chapter #3: The Relational Leadership Model 10/09/2007 08:11:00 Relational Leadership We view leadership as a relational and ethical process of people together  attempting to accomplish positive change. The Relational Leadership Model does not seek to describe the way  leadership is currently practiced in all groups or organizations, but is an  aspirational model that we propose in developing and supporting a healthy,  ethical, effective group. In order to practice inclusiveness, you must: o Know yourself and others; engage yourself in learning new information  as you develop the competencies required in your role (knowledge) o Be open to difference and value other perspectives (attitudes) o Practice listening skills, coalition building, interpersonal skills, and  effective civil discourse (skills) Knowing-Being-Doing The Leadership process calls for those engaged in it to be knowledgeable 
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