Leadership is an art that starts with us. Understanding our strengths and weaknesses is the key to success. A leader's success or failure starts from how he or she understands.
There are 4 aspects of self-leadership:
- Self-awareness: The ability to acknowledge, understand and realize one's strengths and weaknesses.
- Self-management: The ability to manage and use strengths and to improve weaknesses.
- Other awareness: The ability to acknowledge and understand the strengths, weaknesses, potentials, and needs of others.
- Other management: The ability to improve and motivate others according to their ability and potential to achieve organizational goals.
An effective individual will start in self-awareness, then move on to self-management, then another awareness, and finally to other management. This process is not linear, but interactive between the four. The starting point is self-understanding, or as we say: self-leadership. One aspect of self-leadership is an understanding of our character or personality type. Do you know your personality type? Do you tend to be organized and scheduled or tend to go without detailed planning? Are you excited when you're in the company of other people or more energetic when you're alone? Whatever your personality type, it will affect your life, including at work. When you understand yourself, your strengths, and your weaknesses, you will appreciate others. Therefore, self-leadership is essential if you want to be an effective leader.
- Understand your personality type and that of others, including things that make someone excited or depressed
- Understand the strengths and weaknesses of each personality type
- Be aware of possible conflicts to open connected communication
- Know the role of personality types in decision making in the team
- Understand yourself and others
- Stress and energy triggers
- Interpersonal conflict
- Connected communications
- Team personality types
- Personality types in decision making
- Discussion groups
- Case studies
- Short Videos
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