Leadership Development Discussion Post and Response
Assignment ID Number AFFGEHU83939HD Type of Document Essay Writing Format APA/MLA/Harvard Academic Level Masters/University References/Sources 4 References
INITIAL POSTING – Complete the Servant Leadership Questionnaire in Box 11.8 on pages 388-389 (previous chapter), then discuss your own personal journey of leadership development in the discussion. Explore your leadership journey (as discussed in Chapter 12) as a leader up to this point and then project 5-10 years out what path(s) your leadership journey may take. Describe your journey and action steps you will take to reach your goals. Connect your journey with the servant leadership behaviours you identified in the Questionnaire.
In your initial posting, don’t forget to include references to your readings in the text citing page numbers as it relates to your examples (minimum 250 words)
https://studydaddy.com/attachment/43041/lokobd961f.pdf Pg. 388-389
RESPONSE POSTING – Revisit this discussion and read your classmates’ contributions and make 1 additional substantive comment 150 words
For this discussion I decided to score one of my former managers and here are the results:
Altruistic calling: 16/20
Emotional healing: 17/20
persuasive mapping: 18/20
Organizational development: 18/20
His overall score was 84/100. I was expecting those results. I had worked with him for three years before he retired and he had been one of the best people to work with. He is not only a manager, he is a good one and a great leader, who understands employees and will anything he can to help us in any situation. Everyone loved him. So when I chose him for this assignment, I honestly did not expect any less. He was the first person we would think about asking for advice, or help regarding work or other things. He is the type of person who would know what to say and what to do. It all seemed so effortless to him. He was honest, had empathy and absolute understanding. As mentioned in the book, servant leaders are known for their empathy, integrity, honesty, and wisdom (Johnson & Hackman, 2018). I am certain that I am not the only one who appreciate the type of leader that he was, he made us want to come to work, no matter how hard it could get, he supported us as much as he could, and always made us feel like we belong and that we have a voice, and that we are not only good for following orders.
As for my own leadership journey, I still have quite a lot to learn and skills to develop. I do believe that I am on the right track and will continue to better myself by getting better at communicating, at working in teams and by being proactive. “Great leadership does not just happen, if you want to become an effective leader, you will need to be proactive, taking responsibility for your development” (Johnson & Hackman, 2018 p. 402). It makes sense that becoming a great leader will be the result of a series of intentional actions. I do see myself in a leadership position 5-10 years from now, whether it is pursuing a career in Human Resources management or starting my own business. The actions that I will take will be to enhance my communication skills and work towards becoming a servant leader by intentionally work on my emotional healing and my persuasive mapping which are the areas where I lacked the most. Leadership is an ongoing journey which never really ends as you keep growing, learning. You just have to be open to the idea of learning and growing and always act intentionally.
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