“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” ~ John Quincy Adams
I’d like to lead with inspiration, honesty, integrity, fairness, creativity, dedication, humility and a sense of humor, as these are the values that are most important to me. I want to inspire others to dream big and rise to their fullest potential. To do this I need to be honest in all that I do and be a person of integrity by being the same both on the inside and outside. I’d need to be fair in dealing with my followers on a consistent and just basis because knowing the facts and hearing everyone out before passing judgment is key. I’d want to be a creative leader so that I could lead my followers in different directions and show them things they may have never seen. Dedication would be held to a higher standard than most of my other values, as it’s something I believe to be a necessity in a teamwork type of environment. I would not only hold myself to a higher standard of dedication, but my followers as well. I’d also want to lead with humility so that it was known that I don’t find myself to be any better or worse than other members of the team. Last, but certainly not least, I’d want to lead with a sense of humor. I’d use my sense of humor to not only relieve tension and boredom, but also to energize my followers. A sense of humor can foster camaraderie, which is something my team and I would always be striving for. Most importantly, as a leader I want to use the situational approach in all that I do. I find it very important to acknowledge that different situations require and demand different types of leadership. I want to be adaptable and be able to lead my team in any situation while being both supportive and adapting my leadership style to both the situation and the individual. I resemble the relationship leadership behavior more than any other, meaning that I’m very people oriented and I try to make subordinates feel...
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