In descending order, by date published.
For maximum leadership development potential, it is important for every person to have a strong understanding of what leadership is, what good leadership looks like and how it can vary task and relationship-oriented approaches for maximum leadership development potential.
Effective communicators ultimately influence and engage others. The words you say and how you say them helps build an atmosphere of trust and, ultimately, the willingness to take action.
Motivation, as a concept, explains why people think and behave the way they do. To achieve personal or organizational success one must recognize key concepts that motivate behavior to meet needs and desires.
Understanding why and how you learn best is essential, especially if you are trying to teach others.
Communication is the key to effective leadership and fulfilling organizational vision and mission.
Effective leaders have learned that good illustrations can make a point. Stories can be used to train, mentor, and coach others.
One cannot be a leader without followers--and some would argue that this requirement makes followers just as important as leaders. It is important to understand why and how people follow.
By gaining a better understanding of the values that have shaped each generation, we increase our opportunity for building strong family, work and community relationships.
To grow as an effective leader you must understand yourself as well as the differences of personal characteristics in others.
Departments: Community and Leadership Development, County Extension, Family and Consumer Sciences, Program and Staff Development
Series: Developing Personal Leadership (CLD1 series)
Size: 339 kb
Authors: Laura Stephenson
As we look at the world stage and watch other countries employ news blackouts and restrictions to keep their people unaware and controlled, we celebrate the benefit of our first amendment rights to freedom of speech, press, religion, and assembly. Rather than taking these rights for granted, our responsibility as informed citizens is to understand and become involved in the issues facing our leaders at local, state, and national levels. Outlined here are three steps to becoming an informed citizen: Be engaged, be curious, and be perceptive.