• Hello Professor Stacy “Coach” Plemmons,

    I liked how today we had the same quote on the powerpoint slide (to take a step back, and there will be serenity).

    THESIS: ENERGY, RED: is not good because of aggression. The example of the texas gapers standing out on the ski hill. I used to be a likeable guy, but when I exert my red energy (in hopes of helping the organization), the workers in the organization (colleagues, co-workers, employees, superiors, managers, etc.) take my decisions personal. As a result, this destroys relationships. In my paper, I will be attempting to focus on how I can build relationships with the people I interact with.

    If you’re okay with it, I will be bridging the two papers with building relationships as the key factor that will hold the two together.

    Story: Created by Brady James
    Situation: Uplifting coworkers thru hard times (Cameron had to be out of town, Justin had to visit his mother in the hospital).
    Task: Help Cameron to see a bigger picture. In a shared document, I made it clear to Cameron that instead of analizing the cost structure of the NPO, that he could be looking at the leadership team.
    Action: Ignited a spark in Cameron, and it worked.
    Result: Cameron kept looking and wanted to share what he learned, inspiring others, rotating the leaders at the NPO is now a possibility, building a lasting business.

    It was also great to see our guest speaker sitting in on the class again, so I went out of my way to listen to her wisdom.

    Thank You for helping me to learn this.

  • Paper Number 3: Gap Analysis & Professional Leadership Development Plan: Contrast your ‘current reality’ with your ‘future vision’ and identify relevant gaps and development needs that when satisfied will enable the attainment of your desired future leadership capability. (“What does it take to get from my current reality to my future state?”) Outline a development plan and action steps, in adequate detail for your instructor to understand the probability of success, and in as much detail as useful to you, identifying steps and/or activities that will help you achieve your future leadership vision. A plan format will be provided, or you may create your own format – whichever is most helpful to you.

    Remember, these are practical as well as an academic assignments, so use applicable MGT 410 (Spring 2014) leadership theories and models throughout to demonstrate your understanding and ability to apply them in a real world situation. This paper is both your personal analysis and development plan, and a summative paper for the course.
    Since brevity is a virtue especially in business, please limit your paper to ~6 pages (8 pages maximum inclusive of your references and cover pages). Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources and the inclusion of a reference page.

  • #Future Vision - Evidence for leadership progress

  • #Abstract
    Clarify my personal vision of my future leadership capability.

  • Introduction:

    Leadership Skills Possessed

    How to Lead

    How I’d like to be remembered

    Contributions (towards benefiting the organization/self) that leverage personal strengths & abilities

    My Unique Impact on the world (resulting from my leadership)

    How evidence of leadership progress will be measured:

  • Materials & Methods - “The Characters”

    The following leadership models / tools are skillfully used here in combination with self evaluations will help me efficiently and effectively lead in the future.

  • Organizational Performance Results

    Since my key organizational performance results (building customer loyalty, organizational capabilities, and shareholdervalue) can be expressed in images, the following will be used in the appendix:

  • Discussion:

    I was investigating a core problem (flawed leadership) and my results tell me that I can improve my leadership for the future.

  • Conclusion

    The current body of knowledge gives examples of the course models and figures that I will be using in the future to assess and improve upon my leadership and organizational behavior.

  • References

    [1] PowerPoint Slides
    [2] Lecture Notes
    [3] HBR Cases
    [4] Assigned Readings
    [5] Books: The Art of Racing in the Wind by Garth Stein

  • Paper Number 3: Gap Analysis & Professional Leadership Development Plan:

    Contrast your ‘current reality’ with your ‘future vision’ and identify relevant gaps and development needs that when satisfied will enable the attainment of your desired future leadership capability.

    (“What does it take to get from my current reality to my future state?”)

    Outline a development plan and action steps, in adequate detail for your instructor to understand the probability of success, and in as much detail as useful to you, identifying steps and/or activities that will help you achieve your future leadership vision.

    A plan format will be provided, or you may create your own format – whichever is most helpful to you.

    Remember, these are practical as well as an academic assignments, so use applicable MGT 410 (Spring 2014) leadership theories and models throughout to demonstrate your understanding and ability to apply them in a real world situation.

    This paper is both your personal analysis and development plan, and a summative paper for the course.

    Since brevity is a virtue especially in business, please limit your paper to ~6 pages (8 pages maximum inclusive of your references and cover pages).

    Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources and the inclusion of a reference page.

    • Goals

      I intend to clarify my personal vision of my future leadership capability. My goal is for tangible evidence of our organization’s leadership progress to be presented in measurable results consisting of self-evaluations and course models. I plan to develop and improve my potential knowledge, skills, and abilities. I will be approachable to employees as I communicate evaluations with them.

    • Introduction:

      This paper aims to describe the future leadership skills I hope to possess, how I hope to lead in the future, how I’d like to be remembered, contributions (towards benefiting the organization/self) that leverage personal strengths & abilities, the unique impacts on the world (resulting from my future leadership), how evidence of leadership progress will be measured.

    • Methods Used

      MA: Affinity Diagram, or K-J Analysis
      MB: Hoshin Kanari model
      MC: Japanese 5 Why’s
      MD: Locus of Control
      ME: 10 Steps to a Courageous Conscience
      MF: Sample Reframe Log
      MG: “The Five Qualities of a Good Promise”
      MH: “Performance = Ability X Motivation X Opportunity”
      MI: Six Categories of Critical Thinking

    • Key Result

      Key Leadership Equation:
      Performance is a function of ability, motivation, and opportunity:
      P = A x M x O

    • Brady’s future leadership will improve once he applies the models and methods.

    • I have observed and learned that I can measure my future leadership (at the organization) by using course models and methods

    • The connection between course models & self-evaluating is apparent in the evidence of leadership progress. Peter Drucker suggested that “you can’t manage what you can’t measure”.

    • I was investigating flawed leadership and I found that I can improve my leadership for the future.

    • Conclusion (further detail)

      Well in sum, in total— I gained a new awareness that I can use course models and methods to better measure the desired results in leadership. Over the upcoming years, I will continue to develop myself into an effective leader by practicing the models that stacy Plemmons has taught me in class. There are so many ways to analize leadership and I hope to continue them in my daily life.

    • List

      Or you can simply list your references here:

      1. some ref
      2. some other ref. Numbering fixes itself automatically.
      3. A third ref.
    • Paper Number 3: Gap Analysis & Professional Leadership Development Plan:

    • Contrast your ‘current reality’ with your ‘future vision’ and identify relevant gaps and development needs that when satisfied will enable the attainment of your desired future leadership capability.

    • (“What does it take to get from my current reality to my future state?”)

    • Outline a development plan and action steps, in adequate detail for your instructor to understand the probability of success, and in as much detail as useful to you, identifying steps and/or activities that will help you achieve your future leadership vision.

    • A plan format will be provided, or you may create your own format – whichever is most helpful to you.

    • Remember, these are practical as well as an academic assignments, so use applicable MGT 410 (Spring 2014) leadership theories and models throughout to demonstrate your understanding and ability to apply them in a real world situation.

    • This paper is both your personal analysis and development plan, and a summative paper for the course.

    • Since brevity is a virtue especially in business, please limit your paper to ~6 pages (8 pages maximum inclusive of your references and cover pages).

    • Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources and the inclusion of a reference page.

      • Leadership Skills Possessed

        Communication, Ability to give Feedback, Self-Awareness, Approchability.
        I want to possess the leadership skills outlined in the lectures at Colorado State University’s MGT410 Leadership and Organizational Behavior course and taught by Professor Stacy Plemmons.

      • How to Lead

        I will lead effectively and efficiently by applying the course models to leadership

      • How To Be Remembered:

        I want to be remembered as a leader who helped our team to progress our organization into the unknown. I want to be remembered as someone who measured everything, gave feedback to everyone, and helped others develop their leadership skills in accordance with the leadership models

      • Contributions (towards benefiting the organization/self) that leverage personal strengths & abilities:

        I will consult with others relating to helping them to see how they fit into the organization as a whole. I will also do side work relating to small business consulting in hopes of leading small businesses to great heights.

      • My Unique Impact on the World (Resulting From My Leadership):

        I will leave behind a legacy of the new era science of leadership and organizational behavior.

      • How evidence of leadership progress will be measured:

        Evidence of leadership progress is measured with course models and evaluations on a regular basis (weekly), a less frequent basis (monthly), and rarely (quarterly).

      • Method A: Affinity Diagram, or K-J Analysis

        I will keep an ongoing “Affinity Diagram, or K-J Analysis on the wall behind my office chair. This will be seen by me every time I enter or exit my workstation. This will also be seen by my co-workers (superiors & employees) when they visit my office.

      • Method B: Hoshin Kanari Model

        I will deploy policies with the Hoshin Kanari model— which aims at lining up strategic actions at all organization levels. The result of using this model in the future will be success (as long as I follow up on it). by “getting all the wood behind one arrow”, the organization I work for will benefit. Tangible evidence of the benefits will include deliverable plans for each year. The Hoshin Kanari model is a leadership tool that will allow for my future leadership abilities to lead to organizational success.

      • Method C: Japanese 5 Why’s

        As I follow-up on my Hoshin Kanari model, I will be using the “Five Why’s” model of questioning. It is my hope that mastering the questioning model of “Why?”’s will allow me to dig deeper into the goals of members at my organization. In learning the goals of my co-workers, I can effectively help align actions strategically across the organization. This questioning model will help me become an efficient leader.

      • Method D: Locus of Control

        What frequency will i use the methods and models?
        How often will i share my results with my team?

      • Method E: 10 Steps to a Courageous Conscience

        I will implement the “10 Steps to a Courageous Conscience” as I lead in the future. First, I will gather the perspectives of others as I gather my facts. Second, I will request meetings with the senior business associates at the organization prior to taking stands that many may oppose. Third, I will work within the system (not on the system) — making sure to prepare my position with my audience in mind. Next, I will teach others how my viewpoint can benefit the organization— so that we move forward to taking action. Lastly, when confronted with resistance from other leaders, I will revert back to higher authority for backup in the form of resources and support. These steps applied to my future leadership will present efficient results.

      • Method F: Sample Reframe Log

        I will use the sample Reframe Log. This will be helpful when I face situations in the future in which I begin to blame other people for the issues I face. This tool will be helpful in becoming a better leader in the future because it will force me to take a step back into a vantage point and analyze a situation I am in. When I sit back to analyze a difficult situation, I will be able to reframe how I am talking to myself in a way that allows me to take responsibility for the situation. This reframe log sample is going to be an effective way for me to model how I can be a better leader in the future.

      • Method G: The Five Qualities of a Good Promise

        1.)
        2.)
        3.)
        4.)
        5.)

      • Method H: Performance Equation

        As we develop our strategic actions, I will evaluate our levels of motivation and performance. I will use the function of “Performance = Ability X Motivation X Opportunity”. Our strategic plan will create opportunities for us to take. Next, I will motivate my team, myself, and my organization to act on our plan. If needed; I can provide resources necessary for task completion. The result of this function in place will be effective performance of the organization; and myself as a leader.

      • Method I: Six Categories of Critical Thinking

        There are six categories of critical thinking that I will use in the future as I become a better leader. First, I will be sure of my knowledge of the relevant data. Second, I will ensure a full understanding and comprehension is attained- as I clear up any unclear interpretations of the data. Third, I will apply the concepts to new areas of business as they arise. Fourth, I will break down the concepts into bite sized pieces during my analyzing phase. Fifth, I will synthesize as I create a new strategy with the concepts. Last, I will evaluate and judge the effectiveness of new ideas and deliverables. These critical thinking categories will be essential in my future leadership development.

      • Results

      • Final text for results goes here

      • Conclusion

      • Final text for conclusion goes here

      • in as many

      • cards as you like.

      • To benefit the organization as well as myself, I will leverage my personal strengths and abilities by contributing. I will consult with others relating to helping them to see how they fit into the organization as a whole. I will also do side work relating to small business consulting in hopes of leading small businesses to great heights.

      • References

      • Some reference by J. Doe

      • Some other reference

      • Contrast your ‘current reality’ with your ‘future vision’ and identify relevant gaps and development needs that when satisfied will enable the attainment of your desired future leadership capability.

        This will require me to have both of my papers laid out in front of me.

      • (“What does it take to get from my current reality to my future state?”)

        First:A clear, well-defined, analysis of what I look like in the now / current / present moment / reality / real life / how others perceive me / (as a leader) stated in Professor “Coach” Stacy Plemmons’ Language
        Second:This paper
        Third: A clear, well-defined, analysis of what I look like in the future / phuture / phu2ure / after getting out of the time machine / how others SHOULD perceive me / (as a leader) stated in Professor “Coach” Stacy Plemmons’ Language

      • Outline a development plan and action steps, in adequate detail for your instructor to understand the probability of success, and in as much detail as useful to you, identifying steps and/or activities that will help you achieve your future leadership vision.

        Fifty-Four Outline a development plan
        Fifty-Five Add pertinent details for each of my clearly communicated and “execution ready” steps to take on a development plan (in a format that is easily understood by my instructor so that he may have an enhanced understanding of the likelihood that I will become who I set out to be, with out a doubt, undoubtedly)

        Sixty FourOutline action steps
        Sixty-Five Add pertinent details for each of my clearly communicated and “execution ready” steps to take on a plan of action (in a format that is easily understood by my instructor so that he may have an enhanced understanding of the likelihood that I will become who I set out to be, with out a doubt, undoubtedly)

        First Audience: my Instructor
        First Audience’s Values: an enhanced understanding of the likelihood that I will become who I set out to be, with out a doubt, undoubtedly.

        Second Audience: Myself
        Second Audience’s Values: lots of details in broken down action steps of different tasks that I will need to execute with the end goal RESULT of achieving my future leadership vision.

      • A plan format will be provided, or you may create your own format – whichever is most helpful to you.

        #A plan format will be provided
        #-where is this example?
        #Question, is this the Individual Development Plan?

        #Opportunity:

        #or you may create your own format

        #whichever is most helpful to you.

      • Remember, these are practical as well as an academic assignments, so use applicable MGT 410 (Spring 2014) leadership theories and models throughout to demonstrate your understanding and ability to apply them in a real world situation.

        Remember

        so use applicable MGT 410 (Spring 2014) leadership theories and models throughout to demonstrate your understanding and ability to apply them in a real world situation.

        these are practical assignment

        Task: 167: Apply MGT 410 (Spring 2014) leadership theories
        Task: 110 Theories are thru-out, not just one or two
        Task: 111: Apply MGT 410 (Spring 2014) leadership models
        Task112: Models are thru-out, not just one or two
        Result:

        Result:

        PAST: show I know what I know (PAST)

        THIS PAPER WILL BE DISCUSSING REAL WORLD SITUATIONS (NOW MOVING FORWARD)

        FU2URE: show I know how to apply what I don’t know to what I do know

        academic assignments

        so use applicable MGT 410 (Spring 2014) leadership theories
        and models
        throughout to
        demonstrate your
        understanding and
        ability to apply them in
        a real world situation.

      • This paper is both your personal analysis and development plan, and a summative paper for the course.

        This paper is BRADY M. JAMES’ PERSONAL ANALYSIS

        THIS PAPER IS BRADY M. JAMES’ INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

        THIS PAPER IS BRADY.M.Jhis paper is both your personal analysis and development plan, and a summative paper for the course.

      • Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources and the inclusion of a reference page.

        Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources

        reference page.

      • Remembered:

        -measured everything
        -gave feedback to everyone
        -helped others develop their leadership skills

      • Methods

      • Method A

      • Method B…

      • Method D: Locus of Control

        I really do hope that I can turn around and look at my team members, to analyze their locus of controls. For those team members with external locus of controls, I will break down their assignments and frequently check back in with them. For the team members that have internal locus of controls, I will provide them with lengthy assignments and rarely check in with them. Evaluating the locus of control in my team members will allow me to become an effective leader at my organization in the future.

      • ADD example…

      • Sample Reframe Log:

        This will allow me to notice:

        • How my thinking and self talk can affect my behavior
        • When I am being internal
        • When I am being external
        • When others are being internal
        • When others are being external
        • Myself automatically responding with Internal Locus of Control thinking and speaking
        • I feel more competent
        • My external world changes
        • I feel more able to respond
      • Sample:

        Name:
        Date:
        Situation:
        External Locus of Control Thinking:
        Internal Locus of Control Reframe:

      • I will check myself with “The Five Qualities of a Good Promise” with regards to leadership. I will ensure promises are made publicly so that they are more likely to be kept. All commitments will be actively defined so that no grey areas exist. Voluntary promises will be essential since many have more willingness when personally committed to a responsibility. Explicit promises are to be made so that all persons involved understand the promise as a whole. Mission-based promises will be essential as the underlying concerns are targeted instead of merely completing tasks. These five qualities of promises will help me to effectively lead and be a key member of the organization as a whole in the future.

      • Notes on this reference.

      • Contrast your ‘current reality’ with your ‘future vision’ and identify relevant gaps and development needs that when satisfied will enable the attainment of your desired future leadership capability.

        This will require me to have both of my papers laid out in front of me.

        Task: Contrast your ‘current reality’ with your ‘future vision’
        Task: Define relevant gaps to be zapped
        Result: When the gaps are zapped, I have reached my ‘future’ leadership capacity.
        Task: Define my development needs
        Result: When the development needs are zapped, I have reached my ‘future’ leadership capacity.

        [Hint:]This will require me to have both of my papers laid out in front of me.

      • (“What does it take to get from my current reality to my future state?”)

        First:

        A clear, well-defined, analysis of what I look like in the now / current / present moment / reality / real life / how others perceive me / (as a leader) stated in Professor “Coach” Stacy Plemmons’ Language

        Second:

        This paper helps me to zap the gap between:

        First:

        A clear, well-defined, analysis of what I look like in the now / current / present moment / reality / real life / how others perceive me / (as a leader) stated in Professor “Coach” Stacy Plemmons’ Language “

        &

        Third:

        A clear, well-defined, analysis of what I look like in the future / phuture / phu2ure / after getting out of the time machine / how others SHOULD perceive me / (as a leader) stated in Professor “Coach” Stacy Plemmons’ Language “

        Third:

        A clear, well-defined, analysis of what I look like in the future / phuture / phu2ure / after getting out of the time machine / how others SHOULD perceive me / (as a leader) stated in Professor “Coach” Stacy Plemmons’ Language

      • Outline a development plan and action steps, in adequate detail for your instructor to understand the probability of success, and in as much detail as useful to you, identifying steps and/or activities that will help you achieve your future leadership vision.

        Fifty-Four Outline a development plan (DP)
        Fifty-Five Add pertinent details for each of my clearly communicated and “execution ready” steps to take on a development plan (in a format that is easily understood by my instructor so that he may have an enhanced understanding of the likelihood that I will become who I set out to be, with out a doubt, undoubtedly)
        Fifty-Six Add lots of details to the DP in broken down action steps of different tasks that I will need to execute with the end goal RESULT of achieving my future leadership vision

        Sixty FourOutline action steps (AS)
        Sixty-Five Add pertinent details for each of my clearly communicated and “execution ready” steps to take on a plan of action (in a format that is easily understood by my instructor so that he may have an enhanced understanding of the likelihood that I will become who I set out to be, with out a doubt, undoubtedly)
        Sixty-Six Add lots of details to the AS in broken down action steps of different tasks that I will need to execute with the end goal RESULT of achieving my future leadership vision

        First Audience: my Instructor
        First Audience’s Values: an enhanced understanding of the likelihood that I will become who I set out to be, with out a doubt, undoubtedly.

        Second Audience: Myself
        Second Audience’s Values: lots of details in broken down action steps of different tasks that I will need to execute with the end goal RESULT of achieving my future leadership vision.

      • Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources and the inclusion of a reference page.

        Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources

        #Reference
        This is where I will cite the powerpoint slides and lectures as well as articles that Stacy Plemmons suggested

      • measured everything:

        I used lots of worksheets and evaluation forms

      • gave feedback to everyone:

        I was approchable so that people could come to me for feedback, and they were not threatened when I came to them to give them feedback

      • helped others develop their leadership skills:

        I was approchable and could communicate my ideas across to them

        • Example:

          I never have enough time—> how can i have enough time?
          If my team would listen to me, I could get this job done —>If I listen to my team, I can align our values better, resulting in this job getting done
          If corporate would just give me the resources, I could really succeed —> If I figure out a more efficient method of task completion with my current resources- corporate may trust me with more resources for additional tasks.

        • Contrast your ‘current reality’ with your ‘future vision’ and identify relevant gaps and development needs that when satisfied will enable the attainment of your desired future leadership capability.

          #**Task:** Contrast your ‘current reality’ with your ‘future vision’

          Task: Define relevant gaps to be zapped
          Result: When the gaps are zapped, I have reached my ‘future’ leadership capacity.

          Task: Define my development needs
          Result: When the development needs are zapped, I have reached my ‘future’ leadership capacity.

          [Hint:]This will require me to have both of my papers laid out in front of me.

        • #Audience

          First Audience: my Instructor
          First Audience’s Values: an enhanced understanding of the likelihood that I will become who I set out to be, with out a doubt, undoubtedly.

          Second Audience: Myself
          Second Audience’s Values: lots of details in broken down action steps of different tasks that I will need to execute with the end goal RESULT of achieving my future leadership vision.

        • Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources and the inclusion of a reference page.

          Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources

          #Reference
          This is where I will cite the powerpoint slides and lectures as well as articles that Stacy Plemmons suggested

          Appropriate
          Any Lectures Before Spring Break
          Any Lectures After Spring Break
          Emphesis on the lectures since paper two was turned in

        • Feedback Format:
          Here are your strengths, here are your opportunities, here is where you could go in the future

        • Communication

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me."},{"_id":"4174c7822361a86a850004ba","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"4174c5a12361a86a850004b9","content":"##Contrast your ‘current reality’ with your ‘future vision’ and identify relevant gaps and development needs that when satisfied will enable the attainment of your desired future leadership capability.\n\nThis will require me to have both of my papers laid out in front of me.\n\n**Task:** Contrast your ‘current reality’ with your ‘future vision’\n**Task:** Define relevant gaps to be zapped\n**Result:** When the gaps are zapped, I have reached my 'future' leadership capacity. \n**Task:** Define my development needs\n**Result:** When the development needs are zapped, I have reached my 'future' leadership capacity. \n\n**[Hint:]**This will require me to have both of my papers laid out in front of me.\n\n"},{"_id":"41890f198711a7d45a000101","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"4174c7822361a86a850004ba","content":"##Contrast your ‘current reality’ with your ‘future vision’ and identify relevant gaps and development needs that when satisfied will enable the attainment of your desired future leadership capability.\n\n#**Task:** Contrast your ‘current reality’ with your ‘future vision’\n\n**Task:** Define relevant gaps to be zapped\n**Result:** When the gaps are zapped, I have reached my 'future' leadership capacity. \n\n**Task:** Define my development needs\n**Result:** When the development needs are zapped, I have reached my 'future' leadership capacity. \n\n**[Hint:]**This will require me to have both of my papers laid out in front of me.\n\n"},{"_id":"4174bf842361a86a850004b1","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":2,"parentId":"4174bc562361a86a850004af","content":"## (“What does it take to get from my current reality to my future state?”) \n\n"},{"_id":"4174d0a52361a86a850004bb","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"4174bf842361a86a850004b1","content":"## (“What does it take to get from my current reality to my future state?”) \n\n**First:**A clear, well-defined, analysis of what I look like in the now / current / present moment / reality / real life / how others perceive me / (as a leader) stated in Professor \"Coach\" Stacy Plemmons' Language \n**Second:**This paper\n**Third:** A clear, well-defined, analysis of what I look like in the future / phuture / phu2ure / after getting out of the time machine / how others SHOULD perceive me / (as a leader) stated in Professor \"Coach\" Stacy Plemmons' Language "},{"_id":"4174d9242361a86a850004bc","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"4174d0a52361a86a850004bb","content":"## (“What does it take to get from my current reality to my future state?”) \n\n**First:**\n\nA clear, well-defined, analysis of what I look like in the now / current / present moment / reality / real life / how others perceive me / (as a leader) stated in Professor \"Coach\" Stacy Plemmons' Language \n\n**Second:**\n\nThis paper helps me to zap the gap between: \n\n\"*First:*\n\nA clear, well-defined, analysis of what I look like in the now / current / present moment / reality / real life / how others perceive me / (as a leader) stated in Professor \"Coach\" Stacy Plemmons' Language \" \n\n& \n\n\"*Third:* \n\nA clear, well-defined, analysis of what I look like in the future / phuture / phu2ure / after getting out of the time machine / how others SHOULD perceive me / (as a leader) stated in Professor \"Coach\" Stacy Plemmons' Language \"\n\n**Third:** \n\nA clear, well-defined, analysis of what I look like in the future / phuture / phu2ure / after getting out of the time machine / how others SHOULD perceive me / (as a leader) stated in Professor \"Coach\" Stacy Plemmons' Language "},{"_id":"4174c01c2361a86a850004b2","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":3,"parentId":"4174bc562361a86a850004af","content":"##Outline a development plan and action steps, in adequate detail for your instructor to understand the probability of success, and in as much detail as useful to you, identifying steps and/or activities that will help you achieve your future leadership vision. \n\n"},{"_id":"4174ddbf2361a86a850004bd","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"4174c01c2361a86a850004b2","content":"##Outline a development plan and action steps, in adequate detail for your instructor to understand the probability of success, and in as much detail as useful to you, identifying steps and/or activities that will help you achieve your future leadership vision. \n\n**Fifty-Four** Outline a development plan\n**Fifty-Five** Add pertinent details for each of my clearly communicated and \"execution ready\" steps to take on a development plan (in a format that is easily understood by my instructor so that he may have an enhanced understanding of the likelihood that I will become who I set out to be, with out a doubt, undoubtedly)\n\n**Sixty Four**Outline action steps\n**Sixty-Five** Add pertinent details for each of my clearly communicated and \"execution ready\" steps to take on a plan of action (in a format that is easily understood by my instructor so that he may have an enhanced understanding of the likelihood that I will become who I set out to be, with out a doubt, undoubtedly)\n\nFirst Audience: my Instructor\nFirst Audience's Values: an enhanced understanding of the likelihood that I will become who I set out to be, with out a doubt, undoubtedly. \n\nSecond Audience: Myself\nSecond Audience's Values: lots of details in broken down action steps of different tasks that I will need to execute with the end goal RESULT of achieving my future leadership vision. \n"},{"_id":"4174f5f12361a86a850004be","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"4174ddbf2361a86a850004bd","content":"##Outline a development plan and action steps, in adequate detail for your instructor to understand the probability of success, and in as much detail as useful to you, identifying steps and/or activities that will help you achieve your future leadership vision. \n\n**Fifty-Four** Outline a development plan (DP)\n**Fifty-Five** Add pertinent details for each of my clearly communicated and \"execution ready\" steps to take on a development plan (in a format that is easily understood by my instructor so that he may have an enhanced understanding of the likelihood that I will become who I set out to be, with out a doubt, undoubtedly)\n**Fifty-Six** Add lots of details to the DP in broken down action steps of different tasks that I will need to execute with the end goal RESULT of achieving my future leadership vision\n\n**Sixty Four**Outline action steps (AS)\n**Sixty-Five** Add pertinent details for each of my clearly communicated and \"execution ready\" steps to take on a plan of action (in a format that is easily understood by my instructor so that he may have an enhanced understanding of the likelihood that I will become who I set out to be, with out a doubt, undoubtedly)\n**Sixty-Six** Add lots of details to the AS in broken down action steps of different tasks that I will need to execute with the end goal RESULT of achieving my future leadership vision\n\n**First Audience:** my Instructor\n**First Audience's Values:** an enhanced understanding of the likelihood that I will become who I set out to be, with out a doubt, undoubtedly. \n\n**Second Audience:** Myself\n**Second Audience's Values:** lots of details in broken down action steps of different tasks that I will need to execute with the end goal RESULT of achieving my future leadership vision. \n"},{"_id":"4174faaa2361a86a850004bf","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"4174f5f12361a86a850004be","content":"#Audience\n\n**First Audience:** my Instructor\n**First Audience's Values:** an enhanced understanding of the likelihood that I will become who I set out to be, with out a doubt, undoubtedly. \n\n**Second Audience:** Myself\n**Second Audience's Values:** lots of details in broken down action steps of different tasks that I will need to execute with the end goal RESULT of achieving my future leadership vision. "},{"_id":"4174c0982361a86a850004b3","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":4,"parentId":"4174bc562361a86a850004af","content":"##A plan format will be provided, or you may create your own format – whichever is most helpful to you. \n\n"},{"_id":"4174fbf82361a86a850004c0","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"4174c0982361a86a850004b3","content":"##A plan format will be provided, or you may create your own format – whichever is most helpful to you. \n\n#A plan format will be provided\n#-where is this example?\n#Question, is this the Individual Development Plan?\n\n#Opportunity: \n\n#or you may create your own format \n\n#whichever is most helpful to you. \n\n"},{"_id":"4174c1322361a86a850004b4","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":5,"parentId":"4174bc562361a86a850004af","content":"##Remember, these are practical as well as an academic assignments, so use applicable MGT 410 (Spring 2014) leadership theories and models throughout to demonstrate your understanding and ability to apply them in a real world situation. \n"},{"_id":"4175082c2361a86a850004c1","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"4174c1322361a86a850004b4","content":"##Remember, these are practical as well as an academic assignments, so use applicable MGT 410 (Spring 2014) leadership theories and models throughout to demonstrate your understanding and ability to apply them in a real world situation. \n\n\n###Remember\n\n so use applicable MGT 410 (Spring 2014) leadership theories and models throughout to demonstrate your understanding and ability to apply them in a real world situation. \n\n\n###these are practical assignment\n\n**Task: 167**: Apply MGT 410 (Spring 2014) leadership theories\n**Task: 110** Theories are thru-out, not just one or two\n**Task: 111**: Apply MGT 410 (Spring 2014) leadership models\n**Task112**: Models are thru-out, not just one or two\nResult: \n##**Result:**\n##PAST: show I know what I know (PAST)\n##THIS PAPER WILL BE DISCUSSING REAL WORLD SITUATIONS (NOW MOVING FORWARD)\n##FU2URE: show I know how to apply what I don't know to what I do know\n\n\n###academic assignments\n\nso use applicable MGT 410 (Spring 2014) leadership theories \nand models\n throughout to \ndemonstrate your \nunderstanding and \nability to apply them in \na real world situation. \n"},{"_id":"4174c1bb2361a86a850004b5","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":6,"parentId":"4174bc562361a86a850004af","content":"##This paper is both your personal analysis and development plan, and a summative paper for the course. \n\n"},{"_id":"417516962361a86a850004c2","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"4174c1bb2361a86a850004b5","content":"##This paper is both your personal analysis and development plan, and a summative paper for the course. \n\n##This paper is BRADY M. JAMES' PERSONAL ANALYSIS\n\n##THIS PAPER IS BRADY M. JAMES' INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN\n\n##THIS PAPER IS BRADY.M.Jhis paper is both your personal analysis and development plan, and a summative paper for the course. \n\n"},{"_id":"4174c23a2361a86a850004b6","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":7,"parentId":"4174bc562361a86a850004af","content":"##Since brevity is a virtue especially in business, please limit your paper to ~6 pages (8 pages maximum inclusive of your references and cover pages). \n"},{"_id":"4174c2a72361a86a850004b7","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":8,"parentId":"4174bc562361a86a850004af","content":"##Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources and the inclusion of a reference page. \n"},{"_id":"41890a638711a7d45a0000fe","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"4174c2a72361a86a850004b7","content":"##Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources and the inclusion of a reference page. \n\n###Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources \n\n###reference page. \n"},{"_id":"41890b588711a7d45a0000ff","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"41890a638711a7d45a0000fe","content":"##Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources and the inclusion of a reference page. \n\n###Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources \n\n#Reference\nThis is where I will cite the powerpoint slides and lectures as well as articles that Stacy Plemmons suggested \n"},{"_id":"41890ce48711a7d45a000100","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"41890b588711a7d45a0000ff","content":"##Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources and the inclusion of a reference page. \n\n###Papers should be written to satisfy APA 5th edition publication standards to include citing of sources \n\n#Reference\nThis is where I will cite the powerpoint slides and lectures as well as articles that Stacy Plemmons suggested \n\n**Appropriate**\nAny Lectures Before Spring Break\nAny Lectures After Spring Break\nEmphesis on the lectures since paper two was turned in"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366007","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":null,"content":"#Future Vision - Evidence for leadership progress"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366008","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":2,"parentId":null,"content":"#Abstract\nClarify my personal vision of my future leadership capability. "},{"_id":"40edec148e5a1f485f000059","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366008","content":"###Goals\nI intend to clarify my personal vision of my future leadership capability. My goal is for tangible evidence of our organization's leadership progress to be presented in measurable results consisting of self-evaluations and course models. I plan to develop and improve my potential knowledge, skills, and abilities. I will be approachable to employees as I communicate evaluations with them. "},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366009","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":3,"parentId":null,"content":"## Introduction:\n###Leadership Skills Possessed\n###How to Lead\n###How I'd like to be remembered\n###Contributions (towards benefiting the organization/self) that leverage personal strengths & abilities \n###My Unique Impact on the world (resulting from my leadership)\n###How evidence of leadership progress will be measured: \n\n"},{"_id":"40eedd38da0f5dcd5800005e","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":9,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366009","content":"##Introduction:\nThis paper aims to describe the future leadership skills I hope to possess, how I hope to lead in the future, how I'd like to be remembered, contributions (towards benefiting the organization/self) that leverage personal strengths & abilities, the unique impacts on the world (resulting from my future leadership), how evidence of leadership progress will be measured. "},{"_id":"40edef278e5a1f485f00005d","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"40eedd38da0f5dcd5800005e","content":"## Leadership Skills Possessed\nCommunication, Ability to give Feedback, Self-Awareness, Approchability.\nI want to possess the leadership skills outlined in the lectures at Colorado State University’s MGT410 Leadership and Organizational Behavior course and taught by Professor Stacy Plemmons. \n"},{"_id":"40edef1c8e5a1f485f00005c","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":2,"parentId":"40eedd38da0f5dcd5800005e","content":"## How to Lead\n\nI will lead effectively and efficiently by applying the course models to leadership"},{"_id":"40ee757bda0f5dcd5800004b","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":3,"parentId":"40eedd38da0f5dcd5800005e","content":"## How To Be Remembered:\nI want to be remembered as a leader who helped our team to progress our organization into the unknown. I want to be remembered as someone who measured everything, gave feedback to everyone, and helped others develop their leadership skills in accordance with the leadership models"},{"_id":"40ee9fafda0f5dcd58000053","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"40ee757bda0f5dcd5800004b","content":"##Remembered:\n-measured everything\n-gave feedback to everyone\n-helped others develop their leadership skills\n"},{"_id":"40eea004da0f5dcd58000054","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"40ee9fafda0f5dcd58000053","content":"## measured everything:\nI used lots of worksheets and evaluation forms\n"},{"_id":"40eea030da0f5dcd58000055","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":2,"parentId":"40ee9fafda0f5dcd58000053","content":"## gave feedback to everyone:\nI was approchable so that people could come to me for feedback, and they were not threatened when I came to them to give them feedback\n"},{"_id":"40eea491da0f5dcd58000057","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"40eea030da0f5dcd58000055","content":"Feedback Format:\nHere are your strengths, here are your opportunities, here is where you could go in the future"},{"_id":"40eea04bda0f5dcd58000056","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":3,"parentId":"40ee9fafda0f5dcd58000053","content":"##helped others develop their leadership skills:\nI was approchable and could communicate my ideas across to them"},{"_id":"40eea696da0f5dcd58000058","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"40eea04bda0f5dcd58000056","content":"##Communication"},{"_id":"40ee76e9da0f5dcd5800004c","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":4,"parentId":"40eedd38da0f5dcd5800005e","content":"## Contributions (towards benefiting the organization/self) that leverage personal strengths & abilities:\n\nI will consult with others relating to helping them to see how they fit into the organization as a whole. I will also do side work relating to small business consulting in hopes of leading small businesses to great heights. \n"},{"_id":"40ee7989da0f5dcd5800004d","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":5,"parentId":"40eedd38da0f5dcd5800005e","content":"## My Unique Impact on the World (Resulting From My Leadership): \nI will leave behind a legacy of the new era science of leadership and organizational behavior. "},{"_id":"40eeaba3da0f5dcd5800005a","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":6,"parentId":"40eedd38da0f5dcd5800005e","content":"##How evidence of leadership progress will be measured: \nEvidence of leadership progress is measured with course models and evaluations on a regular basis (weekly), a less frequent basis (monthly), and rarely (quarterly).\n"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366016","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":4,"parentId":null,"content":"## Materials & Methods - \"The Characters\"\n\nThe following leadership models / tools are skillfully used here in combination with self evaluations will help me efficiently and effectively lead in the future.\n\n"},{"_id":"40ee6cc2da0f5dcd5800004a","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":9,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366016","content":"## Methods Used\nMA: Affinity Diagram, or K-J Analysis \nMB: Hoshin Kanari model\nMC: Japanese 5 Why's\nMD: Locus of Control\nME: 10 Steps to a Courageous Conscience\nMF: Sample Reframe Log\nMG: \"The Five Qualities of a Good Promise\"\nMH: \"Performance = Ability X Motivation X Opportunity\"\nMI: Six Categories of Critical Thinking \n"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366017","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":7,"parentId":"40ee6cc2da0f5dcd5800004a","content":"## Method A: Affinity Diagram, or K-J Analysis\n\nI will keep an ongoing “Affinity Diagram, or K-J Analysis on the wall behind my office chair. This will be seen by me every time I enter or exit my workstation. This will also be seen by my co-workers (superiors & employees) when they visit my office."},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366018","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366017","content":"# Methods"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366019","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":2,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366017","content":"### Method A"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336601b","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":3,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366017","content":"..."},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336601c","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":4,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366017","content":"..."},{"_id":"40ee6349da0f5dcd58000046","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":7.5,"parentId":"40ee6cc2da0f5dcd5800004a","content":"## Method B: Hoshin Kanari Model\nI will deploy policies with the Hoshin Kanari model— which aims at lining up strategic actions at all organization levels. The result of using this model in the future will be success (as long as I follow up on it). by “getting all the wood behind one arrow”, the organization I work for will benefit. Tangible evidence of the benefits will include deliverable plans for each year. The Hoshin Kanari model is a leadership tool that will allow for my future leadership abilities to lead to organizational success. "},{"_id":"40ee67fada0f5dcd58000048","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"40ee6349da0f5dcd58000046","content":""},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336601d","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":8,"parentId":"40ee6cc2da0f5dcd5800004a","content":"## Method C: Japanese 5 Why's\nAs I follow-up on my Hoshin Kanari model, I will be using the “Five Why’s” model of questioning. It is my hope that mastering the questioning model of “Why?”’s will allow me to dig deeper into the goals of members at my organization. In learning the goals of my co-workers, I can effectively help align actions strategically across the organization. This questioning model will help me become an efficient leader."},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336601e","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336601d","content":"### Method B..."},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336601f","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":2,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336601d","content":"..."},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366020","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":3,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336601d","content":"..."},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366021","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":9,"parentId":"40ee6cc2da0f5dcd5800004a","content":"## Method D: Locus of Control\n\nWhat frequency will i use the methods and models?\nHow often will i share my results with my team?\n"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366022","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366021","content":"### Method D: Locus of Control\nI really do hope that I can turn around and look at my team members, to analyze their locus of controls. For those team members with external locus of controls, I will break down their assignments and frequently check back in with them. For the team members that have internal locus of controls, I will provide them with lengthy assignments and rarely check in with them. Evaluating the locus of control in my team members will allow me to become an effective leader at my organization in the future."},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366023","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":2,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366021","content":"## ADD example..."},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366024","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":3,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366021","content":"..."},{"_id":"40ee42b2da0f5dcd58000041","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":10,"parentId":"40ee6cc2da0f5dcd5800004a","content":"## Method E: 10 Steps to a Courageous Conscience\n\nI will implement the “10 Steps to a Courageous Conscience” as I lead in the future. First, I will gather the perspectives of others as I gather my facts. Second, I will request meetings with the senior business associates at the organization prior to taking stands that many may oppose. Third, I will work within the system (not on the system) — making sure to prepare my position with my audience in mind. Next, I will teach others how my viewpoint can benefit the organization— so that we move forward to taking action. Lastly, when confronted with resistance from other leaders, I will revert back to higher authority for backup in the form of resources and support. These steps applied to my future leadership will present efficient results."},{"_id":"40ee6856da0f5dcd58000049","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"40ee42b2da0f5dcd58000041","content":""},{"_id":"40ee4414da0f5dcd58000042","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":10.5,"parentId":"40ee6cc2da0f5dcd5800004a","content":"## Method F: Sample Reframe Log\n\nI will use the sample Reframe Log. This will be helpful when I face situations in the future in which I begin to blame other people for the issues I face. This tool will be helpful in becoming a better leader in the future because it will force me to take a step back into a vantage point and analyze a situation I am in. When I sit back to analyze a difficult situation, I will be able to reframe how I am talking to myself in a way that allows me to take responsibility for the situation. This reframe log sample is going to be an effective way for me to model how I can be a better leader in the future.\n\n"},{"_id":"40ee4950da0f5dcd58000044","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"40ee4414da0f5dcd58000042","content":"### Sample Reframe Log:\n\nThis will allow me to notice:\n* How my thinking and self talk can affect my behavior\n* When I am being internal\n* When I am being external\n* When others are being internal\n* When others are being external\n* Myself automatically responding with Internal Locus of Control thinking and speaking\n* I feel more competent\n* My external world changes\n* I feel more able to respond"},{"_id":"40ee81a5da0f5dcd58000051","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":3,"parentId":"40ee4414da0f5dcd58000042","content":"## Sample:\n\nName:\nDate:\nSituation:\nExternal Locus of Control Thinking:\nInternal Locus of Control Reframe:"},{"_id":"40ee4ef3da0f5dcd58000045","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"40ee81a5da0f5dcd58000051","content":"## Example:\nI never have enough time--> how can i have enough time?\nIf my team would listen to me, I could get this job done -->If I listen to my team, I can align our values better, resulting in this job getting done\nIf corporate would just give me the resources, I could really succeed --> If I figure out a more efficient method of task completion with my current resources- corporate may trust me with more resources for additional tasks. "},{"_id":"40ee461cda0f5dcd58000043","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":11,"parentId":"40ee6cc2da0f5dcd5800004a","content":"## Method G: The Five Qualities of a Good Promise\n1.) \n2.)\n3.)\n4.)\n5.)"},{"_id":"40ee6451da0f5dcd58000047","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"40ee461cda0f5dcd58000043","content":"I will check myself with “The Five Qualities of a Good Promise” with regards to leadership. I will ensure promises are made publicly so that they are more likely to be kept. All commitments will be actively defined so that no grey areas exist. Voluntary promises will be essential since many have more willingness when personally committed to a responsibility. Explicit promises are to be made so that all persons involved understand the promise as a whole. Mission-based promises will be essential as the underlying concerns are targeted instead of merely completing tasks. These five qualities of promises will help me to effectively lead and be a key member of the organization as a whole in the future.\n"},{"_id":"40ee7d82da0f5dcd5800004f","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":15,"parentId":"40ee6cc2da0f5dcd5800004a","content":"## Method H: Performance Equation\nAs we develop our strategic actions, I will evaluate our levels of motivation and performance. I will use the function of “Performance = Ability X Motivation X Opportunity”. Our strategic plan will create opportunities for us to take. Next, I will motivate my team, myself, and my organization to act on our plan. If needed; I can provide resources necessary for task completion. The result of this function in place will be effective performance of the organization; and myself as a leader.\n"},{"_id":"40ee7f68da0f5dcd58000050","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":16,"parentId":"40ee6cc2da0f5dcd5800004a","content":"##Method I: Six Categories of Critical Thinking\n\nThere are six categories of critical thinking that I will use in the future as I become a better leader. First, I will be sure of my knowledge of the relevant data. Second, I will ensure a full understanding and comprehension is attained- as I clear up any unclear interpretations of the data. Third, I will apply the concepts to new areas of business as they arise. Fourth, I will break down the concepts into bite sized pieces during my analyzing phase. Fifth, I will synthesize as I create a new strategy with the concepts. Last, I will evaluate and judge the effectiveness of new ideas and deliverables. These critical thinking categories will be essential in my future leadership development."},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366025","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":5,"parentId":null,"content":"## Organizational Performance Results\nSince my key organizational performance results (building customer loyalty, organizational capabilities, and shareholdervalue) can be expressed in images, the following will be used in the appendix:"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366026","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366025","content":"## Key Result\nKey Leadership Equation:\nPerformance is a function of ability, motivation, and opportunity:\nP = A x M x O\n"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366027","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366026","content":"# Results"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366028","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":2,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366026","content":"Final text for results goes here"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366029","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":3,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366026","content":"..."},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602a","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":4,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366026","content":"..."},{"_id":"40eeea75da0f5dcd58000066","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1.5,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366025","content":""},{"_id":"40eeea8fda0f5dcd58000067","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1.75,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366025","content":""},{"_id":"40eeeaa5da0f5dcd58000068","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1.875,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366025","content":""},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602d","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":6,"parentId":null,"content":"## Discussion: \n\nI was investigating a core problem (flawed leadership) and my results tell me that I can improve my leadership for the future.\n\n"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366010","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602d","content":"Brady's future leadership will improve once he applies the models and methods. "},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366011","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366010","content":"..."},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366012","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":2,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366010","content":"..."},{"_id":"40eeaf54da0f5dcd5800005b","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":2,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602d","content":"**I have observed and learned that I can measure my future leadership (at the organization) by using course models and methods**\n"},{"_id":"40eeafb9da0f5dcd5800005c","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":3,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602d","content":"The connection between course models & self-evaluating is apparent in the evidence of leadership progress. Peter Drucker suggested that “you can’t manage what you can’t measure”. "},{"_id":"40eeb8f5da0f5dcd5800005d","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":4,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602d","content":"## I was investigating flawed leadership and I found that I can improve my leadership for the future."},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602e","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":7,"parentId":null,"content":"## Conclusion\nThe current body of knowledge gives examples of the course models and figures that I will be using in the future to assess and improve upon my leadership and organizational behavior. \n"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602f","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602e","content":"## Conclusion (further detail)\n\nWell in sum, in total-- I gained a new awareness that I can use course models and methods to better measure the desired results in leadership. Over the upcoming years, I will continue to develop myself into an effective leader by practicing the models that stacy Plemmons has taught me in class. There are so many ways to analize leadership and I hope to continue them in my daily life. "},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366030","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602f","content":"# Conclusion"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366031","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":2,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602f","content":"Final text for conclusion goes here"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366032","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":3,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602f","content":"in as many"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366033","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":4,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602f","content":"cards as you like."},{"_id":"40eea8d1da0f5dcd58000059","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":5,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602f","content":"To benefit the organization as well as myself, I will leverage my personal strengths and abilities by contributing. I will consult with others relating to helping them to see how they fit into the organization as a whole. I will also do side work relating to small business consulting in hopes of leading small businesses to great heights.\n"},{"_id":"40eee997da0f5dcd58000064","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":2,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602e","content":""},{"_id":"40eee9b2da0f5dcd58000065","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":3,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe422336602e","content":""},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366034","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":8,"parentId":null,"content":"## References\n[1] PowerPoint Slides\n[2] Lecture Notes\n[3] HBR Cases\n[4] Assigned Readings\n[5] Books: The Art of Racing in the Wind by Garth Stein \n\n"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366035","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366034","content":"## List\nOr you can simply list your references here:\n\n1. some ref\n1. some other ref. Numbering fixes itself automatically.\n2. A third ref."},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366036","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366035","content":"# References"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366037","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":2,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366035","content":"Some reference by J. Doe"},{"_id":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366038","treeId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366006","seq":1,"position":1,"parentId":"5346ee4deb2bbe4223366037","content":"Notes on this reference. 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