NS214 Fall 2012 3-2 - Chapter 3 Leadership Is Developed...

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3-1 Chapter 3: Leadership Is Developed through Education and Experience Part II
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3-2 Introspection versus Reflection Introspection Examination of one’s own mental processes Reflection Serious thought and consideration about an introspection Take corrective action based on reflection " A man's gotta known his limitations.” Clint Eastwood as "Dirty Harry" in Magnum Force
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3-3 The Importance of Introspection and Reflection Why reflect or introspect? Takes time to evaluate your own actions and experiences Conduct an analysis of what has happened, particularly to you as a leader Your decisions may not have been the best
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3-4 The purpose is NOT to constantly second guess yourself in a NEGATIVE way. Introspection and reflection allow you to improve upon experience after experience. Self-esteem and self-confidence does permit this process to occur. The Importance of Introspection and Reflection
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3-5 Introspection and Reflection are often personal, but can also be for the organization as a whole, in the form of a debrief or After Action Report. Good units conducts an administrative/organizational form via after action reports and lessons learned. We just did one for Freshman Orientation to see how to improve for next year The Importance of Introspection and Reflection
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3-6 Applying Reflection and Introspection Leaders are “surrounded by mirrors” Some reflective images are true, others not “You are always being watched; you are always being judged.” – LT Brewer, NSI The three “you’s”: Who you are Who you think you are Who you are perceived to be ? v=mKnzREWQb24
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3-7 Introspection Process Systematically accomplished Regularly performed With help of someone else
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3-8 Introspection Process (cont’d) Systematically accomplished Ask questions To yourself To subordinates Examine your persona Workshops and classes Establish priorities Make them known Follow them
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  • Clint Eastwood, Leadership development, Dirty Harry

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