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Self sacrifice time energy emotions finances empathy

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Self-sacrifice – time, energy, emotions, finances – empathy Paternalism – take care of needs before your own – put others first Fairness – treat people equally, not alike – understand individuality Initiative Leadership Qualities - Bach
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Dignity – separation, time to distiguish yourself – respect is earned not bought Courage – be decisive, have faith in judgment; take responsibility for failings – more in doing what is right, not what is easy Know your men, know your business, know your yourself Leadership Qualities - Bach
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Leadership Secrets of the Rogue Warrior by Richard Marcinko Always lead from the front, not the rear – stand for something greater than self I will treat you all alike – you must prove yourself in all cases You will not do anything I have not done first The more you sweat in training, the less you bleed in combat Conversion into business
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Sports/Coaches Lessons on Leadership
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“If you believe in yourself and have the courage, the determination, the dedication, the competitive drive and if you are willing to sacrifice the little things in life and pay the price for the things that are worthwhile, it can be done.” Lessons from Vince Lombardi
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Ask yourself tough questions.. Leadership can only be built after developing your character – integrity, honesty and commitment “What is the overriding purpose for my life?” Be honest about yourself Don’t fake it, expect to be observed 24/7, don’t compartmentalize (public/private) Lombardi
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Build your character When you realize you don’t have all the answers, you begin to ask the right questions Be committed, outwork and sacrifice – be tough Balance pride and humility Build the team Lead with integrity Explain the whys Strike a balance – keep respect Build Confidence ACT, Don’t REACT Lombardi
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Wooden
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Video – USA Basketball Important lessons for team development? Coach K
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Charismatic – show concern, create a comfortable, friendly atmosphere; may use charm or combination of concern, charm and motivation to “win over” followers Bill Clinton, Mother Theresa, Adolph Hitler Participative – leaders facilitate sharing of ideas, not dictators but make ultimate decision either allowing input or informing group the whys. Donald Trump Leadership comes in many forms - personalities
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Situational – leadership affected by situation, capability of followers, capability of leader Dwight Eisenhower; Bruce Arians Transactional – clearly defined chain of command with definite rewards and punishments – Joe McCarthy, Sadaam Hussein, Jim Harbaugh Types of leadership
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Transformational – leaders appeal to follower’s ideals and morals , empower followers Walt Disney, Dr. King, Steve Jobs Quiet – leads by example, not by orders, they do not tell, but do and inspire others to follow Rosa Parks, Lincoln Servant – takes care of followers before themselves Ghandi, George Washington Types of leadership
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