Conclusion pp - JEOPARDY Embody Envision Evaluate Encourage...

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100 400 200 300 Embody Envision Encourage Evaluate Empower FR JEOPARDY
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Define a value. What is A belief, mission, or philosophy that is meaningful.
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Give an example of a role model. What is Teacher; friend; family; celebrities; Etc
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What are three of the five things found in your “Bag of Enculturation”? What is Family, Education, Religion, Experience, Education
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How is “Embody” important to being a successful leader? What is “Gain credibility. Stay true to values. Create vision”
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What is a vision? What is Vision answers “Where are we now”, “Where could we go”, “Who are you going to share your vision with”; The reason we plan goals and have strategies. The “Big Picture”
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Recite EITHER the 4H vision statement or the FFA vision statement.
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Define short term versus long term goals
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Define individual versus community goals
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Name a “do” and a “don't” of asking for input Do: Apreciate Complements, set specific improvement goals, ask simple questions to multiple trusted people Don't: Explain away negative
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course BDIC 396p taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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