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1RUNNINGHEADER: PERSONALPHILOSOPHYOFLEADERSHIPPersonal Philosophy of LeadershipDerek M. ReedLiberty UniversityCJUS 610
2RUNNINGHEADER: PERSONALPHILOSOPHYOFLEADERSHIPVision StatementThe vision or path to my personal goals is exciting and daunting and the same time. I feel that it is natural for a person or someone with leadership characters to want to continue to grow and expand in their life. No matter if within your work organization, future entrepreneur goals, or personal admiration to improve as a human being. For me, this vision starts with my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and becoming a better Christian.So, starting on working to become a better Christian, I can learn how to be a leader in every aspect of my life. At home with my wife and kids in society and work. Naturally, now as Iwrite this paper, I'm trying to accomplish this goal. Continuing my education is only a step towards becoming what I see a leader should be. Also, continuing to expand in my career to be more seasoned in my profession to be called an expert will help with leadership. My goal for thefor seeable future is to continue learning and growing within my police department for personal reasons and better my organization and community. To do all this, I need to have the mind framethat being an effective leader and putting time and effort into income become better. Mosian talked about the difference between covenant and contract. A covenant is a reciprocal relationship based on mutual trust, respect, values, and commitment in which two or more peopleare willingly bound together by a come and moral purpose or goal (Mosian, 2007). Mission StatementThe overall purpose of my life is to become a better, not perfect person in everything I do. This is first fulfilled by becoming a better Christian. As a Christian, I plan to expand myself with the knowledge of God and not only learn about it but to live the life that Jesus intended us