Lecture 12 Authentic Leadership Skill 1 - Self Awareness (g)

Hes the feller to please never mind all the rest for

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He's the feller to please, never mind all the rest, For he's with you clear up to the end, And you've passed your most dangerous, difficult test If the guy in the glass is your friend. You may be like Jack Horner and "chisel" a plum, And think you're a wonderful guy, But the man in the glass says you're only a bum If you can't look him straight in the eye. You can fool the whole world down the pathway of years, And get pats on the back as you pass, But your final reward will be heartaches and tears If you've cheated the guy in the glass. * The word “pelf” in the first line is archaic – it means money and riches. The similarity to “self” is obviously intentional. ?
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Personality profiling tools MBTI - Myers Biggs Type Indicator (referred to as Jung Typology test on this site) Multiple Intelligences (scroll down page and click on “MSExcel self calculating” link) Enneagram - (click link for Free RHETI sampler, 10 min) VAK - Visual Audio Kinaesthetic (scroll down page for full test) Also – there are plenty of cheap Belbin and EQ tests online.
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Summary Authentic Leadership is a journey, not a destination. Understanding your own life story represents the starting point. Self awareness takes time and effort. The benefits of self awareness are: Finding the right role. Increasing your self confidence. Being consistent. Connecting with others. Surrounding yourself with people with complementary skills.
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Summary Self awareness can be increased through reflective practice & feedback. The Johari Window provides a simple & effective framework for developing self awareness. Knowing is not the same as doing. It is necessary to understand & then to integrate understanding with behaviour.
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Important information Gavin’s Friday 3:30 seminar group. No seminar this Fri 4 th Feb. Please come to one of Gavin’s Tuesday seminars next week (9:00 C217; 11:00 W148, 3:30 C127) AND next Fri 11 th . Gavin and Jennie are available for progress meetings weekly on Tuesdays from 1:30-3:30. Please email to book an appointment. All students should have read/currently be reading True North. Many people are still not attending lectures and seminars... It is impossible to write a good report unless you attend!!!
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Calculating your grade requirements Example – presentation 1 50%, presentation 2 70% Combined grade for P1 & P2: 54 +70 / 2 = 62%. Presentations are worth a total of 40%... 40 / 100 x 62 = 24.8% (secured) Upper merit = 60% overall, distinction = 70% overall To calculate report requirement... Report is marked out of 100%, but worth 60% of total If you have 24.8% from presentations you need 35.2% from report to get merit. 45.2% to get distinction 35.2% means you need 100 / 60 x 35.2 = 58.66% 45.2% means you need 100 / 60 x 45.2 = 75.83%
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