PERSONAL LEADERSHIP PHILOSOPHY
“A true leader has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions, and the compassion to listen to the needs of others. He does not set out to be a leader, but becomes one by the quality of his actions and the integrity of his intent.”
Consistent leadership action and behavior requires a clear leadership philosophy. It’s our philosophy, our understanding and interpretation of leadership, which affects how we react to people, events and situations around us. Our leadership philosophy affects our behavior and ultimately our leadership effectiveness. How we think, determines how we behave.
In today's world, leadership is increasingly becoming a key attribute to have in any field or occupation. To succeed as a leader, one must have a strong connection between his or her core values and philosophy of leadership. A successful leader must have a vision for where he or she wants to be in the future. Another imperative factor is that the leader should know himself or herself before assuming a leadership role. The leader should also have strategies on how to perform his assigned task in order to accomplish objectives; a plan on how to achieve a goal. There are also a myriad number of other qualities or attributes that help to make a better leader. My personal leadership philosophy focus on a combination of attributes, qualities, strategies and reinforces them upon my foundation of core values.
Core values pertains to an individual, group or organization by what they personally or collectively believe. Core values provide a foundation to build anything in a person's life. Everything stems from the core values. Identifying my core values is the first imperative step in determining my leadership philosophy.
Below are factors that I believe are the most important in making the Armed Forces of the Philippines the best that it can be. We must function as a team with each person making a contribution to our...
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