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One of the key points in Leadership Intelligence: Navigating to Your True North is that the soft skills that comprise the major leadership intelligence areas of credibility, competence, inspirational ability, vision, and emotional intelligence can be learned. Leaders, aspiring leaders, or anyone who wishes to build their leadership capacity, with proper exposure and practice,...
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First, a sincere thanks to Tom Koerner at Rowman & Littlefield for his enthusiastic support of this field book. We are truly grateful for the opportunities Tom has afforded us and hope he is pleased with the results.~
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Each of the subscale items lend themselves to defining the major category. Accompanying Leadership Intelligence: Navigating to Your True North is the Leadership Intelligence (LSI) assessment. It includes the subscale items listed in the foregoing table, which the LSI assessment is designed to measure. Ideally,...
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Situational judgment tests (SJTs) are assessments in which the test taker is presented with a real or hypothetical situation and is then asked to select the most appropriate response to that scenario. SJTs have been around since the early 1920s.They have been used for garnering feedback, from managerial positions in the workplace to decision-making...
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Disclaimer: On the following pages are the situational judgement tests (SJTs) related to the five primary categories that support leadership intelligence. The SJTs are based on actual situations encountered by the authors. The names used in the SJTs are fictitious.
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As the authors shared in Leadership Intelligence: Navigating to Your True North, “Competence is more than a one-dimensional concept. It is the amalgamation of critical self-reflection and the perspective of others. For leaders, it is not only knowing that you have the requisite knowledge, skills, and ability to get the job done, it is having the respect and trust of those...
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Best Response: There is no best response as the scored responses denote the individual’s orientation toward leadership: egocentric, people-oriented, or task-oriented.
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When our intent as a leader is to inspire, we often fall short of our goal. For some reason, as leaders, we believe that inspiration is some mystical/magical force that only coaches and motivational speakers possess. Although inspiration can sometimes take the form of high energy and mountain-moving motivation, inspiration is best achieved through what we do and say.
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In Leadership Intelligence: Navigating to Your True North, the authors share that “Vision as defined in the LSI model is the end result of a process whereby a leader develops objectives or goals and sets a direction for an organization based on the shared input of all stakeholders. Defining vision is simple. Creating a shared vision and, more significantly, effectively...
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Being emotionally intelligent means a lot of things. It includes the ability to recognize emotions in ourselves, controlling or regulating those emotions, acknowledging them in others, and having social/relationship awareness. Specifically, in the last two categories of emotional intelligence (relationship management and social awareness) fall what are currently commonly referred to as soft...
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Best Response: There is no best response, as the scored responses denote the individual’s orientation toward leadership: egocentric, people-oriented, or task-oriented. Scoring: egocentric = sum items d, f, h, and j
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Disclaimer: On the following pages are the authors’ recommended solutions, rationale for the solutions, and reasoning for rejection of alternative solutions. These recommendations are in no way intended to supersede work policy or act as legal advice to the learner. These are based on actual situations encountered by the authors, including the solutions they enacted at the time and place of...
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c. Accepting the ticket in any form is contrary to your declared position.
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c. The anxious student who has seen the gun should NOT reenter the classroom.
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c. Apprising organizational members of potential negative consequences to themselves as the result of a contemplated action is a part of what a good leader/manager should do, but is not the best response.
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b. Do NOT ignore this.
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c. Pointing out potential hazards is helpful, and this conversation might occur at some point; however, it is not the best response. There are hazards in all principalships.
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High Self/High Circle
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Regardless of how you chose to prepare, each of your travelers has his/her own expectations regarding the trip. Some may wish you would drive faster, others might wish you would have taken the more leisurely scenic route. Still others may question the detours, pit stops, and even announcements you make. All of these factors (and many others) would inform their feedback on your performance as a...
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Wanda S. Maulding Green is an educational leadership faculty member at the University of South Alabama and has served in leadership roles in both K–12 and higher education. She is coauthor of the book, Leadership Intelligence: Navigating to Your True North.
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