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    My Leadership Philosophy My definition of leadership is: Inspiring others to achieve a goal. My definition is simple and it’s taken me many years to come to this definition. I’ve developed my leadership definition based on my observations of leaders and my own leadership successes and failures. My influences include three of my Officers in Charge (OIC) from early in my career. The first example is what I believe a leader shouldn’t do; lead exclusively from position power. This OIC ensured…

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    Milestone One of OL-342 was designed to introduce the case study: The GM Culture Crisis: What Leaders Must Learn From This Culture Case Study and begin a critical analysis using what we have learned in this course at the time. Specifically, the focus was on culture crisis. I find it very hard to provide a brief summary on this case study with all that has gone on, but here is a high-level summary on Milestone One and what I thought when analyzing this case study on GM and answering the questions…

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    The second weakness of this leader is communication. In the leadership model of Kouzes and Posner this is encapsulated in the “Clarify Values” which is part of “Model the Way” as one of the five key qualities of the model. The values and the vision for the organization by the leader was always advertised, however there was never a clear path offered to the organization. In an article by Momeni “Developing and improving face-to-face communications with employees and giving employees enough…

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    In reflection of my learning experience, I was originally not completely sure if I learnt anything in my short time being involved with Lalor football club and their junior program, but as I began to think about my time and experiences, I soon realised that what I had learnt was actually quite a lot and of a huge value to me. Being involved in this amazing program that the Lalor football club provides I was given an incredible insight into many different facets of learning. For example, I got to…

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    Leadership Philosophy- Garrett My definition of leadership is practice what you preach. It is very easy to read the buzzwords and be a mouthpiece for what you think others want to hear. I feel it is much harder to stand up for those who aren’t in a position to stand up for themselves and put your own well being in jeopardy. My exposure to several different leadership influences throughout my career, both negative and positive has helped shape my philosophy. When I was a Second Class Petty…

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    As you get older you tend to reflect more on your life and get your priorities together. You tend to realize who and what is important, the people who mean the most to you and the ones you can’t live without. Who would those significant individuals be for you? For most people it would be their parents. In the poems “My Father’s Song” by Simon J. Ortiz, and “My Mother” by Ellen Bryant Voigt, both writers express their emotion towards a parent. One with a sense of regret and the other with a sense…

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    Team Development and Consensus A team plays an important role in an organization and is a viable tool of employee inspiration. It is essential to consider the way teams develop and mature over time. Team development builds a captivating environment by empowering co-operation, collaboration, reliance and by building trust among colleagues. Teams will experience four phases. Each phase of team development displays its own specific difficulties when gathering a group of individuals to strive to…

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    Reflection 2 This reflection is based on Gibbs’ (1988) Reflective Framework. Description: This is the first time we’re using scrum methodology for a project which is focusing on delivering working small portions of the end-product. It is an essential learning for me as it requires tight interaction and communication between different stakeholders. There are two interesting scrum artefacts to me: product backlog and the stand-up meeting. Product backlog requires the team to split the whole…

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    As I reflect back on my first week of the residency session, one of the earliest learning (of many that I will attain over the next 17 months), was my naive knowledge on the concept of emotional intelligence. My definition of emotional intelligence prior to taking the class was one’s ability to understand and manage emotions in personal and professional life. To my surprise, I am not only made aware of the importance of managing emotions but also acknowledging the importance of perceiving,…

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    Team Simulation Reflection

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    The team simulation exercise allowed the team to practice our collaboration skills and emotional intelligence. During the past two days, I have had the opportunity to learn a great deal about myself as a leader and team member and observe others’ behaviors and how they influence the team’s dynamic and effectiveness. As a result, there were many lessons gained that helped to guide the learning environment. To begin, I exhibited what is categorized as self-limiting behavior during the first day…

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