NS214 Fall 2012 3-1 - Chapter 3 Leadership Is Developed...

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3-1 Chapter 3: Leadership Is Developed through Education and Experience
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1-2 Leadership Is Developed through Education and Experience “Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” ~John F. Kennedy
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1-3 Reading Objectives The student will comprehend the action-observation-reflection model. The student will comprehend the importance of perception in the spiral of experience by looking at perception through observation, reflection, and action. The student will comprehend the importance of reflection in leadership development. The student will comprehend how experience influences leadership development. The student will comprehend how education and training fosters leadership development
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1-4 Discussion Objectives Discuss the action-observation-reflection model and how it pertains to a military leader. Discuss what the spiral of experience is and the key role that perception plays in it by looking at observation, reflection, and action. Discuss the importance of reflection in leadership development by focusing on singe- and double-loop learning.
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1-5 Discussion Objectives (cont) Discuss how leadership is developed through experience by looking at the people you work with and the actual task at hand. Then discuss how to use leadership experiences to learn more about and develop your leadership style. Discuss how training and education augments leadership development by looking at university courses in leadership and leadership training programs. Discuss how to use all the tools from the chapter to start forging your own personal leadership style.
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1-6 Quick Class Quiz
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3-7 1. (p. 54) The most productive way to develop as a leader is to travel along the spiral of experience. 2. (p. 57) A situation in which one's expectations help determine the predicted outcome is an "attribution".
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  • Spring '14
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