Leadership Reflection

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This is a final presentation for the Leadership & Complexity course at Florida State University during the Fall 2010 semester.

Transcript of Leadership Reflection

  • JOURNEYby: Amy Derringer

  • PHOTO CREDIT:

    JOE GANDELMAN

  • HES MY LEADER.

    LID MODEL

    - Becoming aware of national leaders and authority figures- Recognizing that leadership is happening around me- Very influenced by parents and teachers

  • BEAD LIZARDS

    PHOTO CREDIT: BERNINGS BARGAINS

  • BEAD LIZARDS

    MOREFRIENDS

    =equalsLID MODEL- Sought membership from peers- I want to be involved- Continual pursuit of affirmation by adults- Want to make friends- Observation of my sister and her peers

  • PHOTO CREDIT: MANOLO ROMERO, 2004

    DO THEY KNOW WE CARE?

  • LID MODEL

    - Recognizing need to change something; developing motivation to change- Role models and older peers act as sponsors- Sense of frustration with a large-scale social injustice

    DO THEY KNOW WE CARE?

  • WHAT MORE CAN I DO?

    LID MODEL- Individual responsibilities and accomplish-ments are important- Modeling older peers

    - Emerging phase, identifying new skills and new ways of relating- Significance of mentors

  • WHAT MORE CAN I DO?

  • PHOTO CREDIT: TYLER DOUGLAS PORTER

  • STOP ITLID MODEL

    - Immersion phase, trying out different leadership styles- Really looking up to older peers to model the way- Many new mentors surfaced at FSU

  • START ITLID MODEL

    - Move in and out of leadership roles and member roles- Trying out new roles- Narrowing down to meaningful experiences- Sticking with primary group and exploring others- How can we work together?

  • START IT

    PHOTO CREDIT: DIANA DIZZY, 2009

  • LID MODEL

    - A need to serve society; focus on passion, vision, and commitment

    - Seeing the big picture

    - I dont have to hold a position to be a leader.

    - Adults as meaning-makers

    - When I leave, who is coming after me?

    - Focus on complex leadership challenges

    CONTINUE IT

  • CONTINUE ITPHOTO CREDIT:

    INVISIBLE CHILDREN

  • DISCOVERINGCERTIFICATE COURSEWORK- Hard to analyze independently from outside experiences

    - Youre taking leadership classes, right? What have you learned that you can use?

    - Studying leadership is studying humanity

    - Shaping my career aspirations

    - Values, interpersonal competence, reflection

  • MY TRUE SELF

    DISCOVERINGEMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

    - Self-Awareness

    - Self-Regulation

    - Motivation

    - Empathy

    - Social Skill

  • MY PLAN...

  • is to not have a plan.