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Thursday, April 28 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Developing Your Personal Leadership Philosophy

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Do you know who you are as a leader? Self-awareness has been described as the “most important capability for leaders to develop” (George et al., 2007), and research shows that it is positively correlated with leadership effectiveness and team performance (Carden et al., 2021). Developing a personal leadership philosophy that describes your unique strengths, beliefs, and behaviors as a leader can help you achieve clarity, consistency, and confidence in your role. In this presentation, you will discover how having a personal leadership philosophy can help you get clear on how you want to show up as a leader, focus on the actions that will lead to the results you want, and maintain consistency in developing your leadership skills and working toward your goals. You will also learn practical ways to incorporate a personal leadership statement into your own leadership practice in a variety of contexts. During the session, you will have the opportunity to reflect on your leadership values and goals and begin crafting your personal leadership philosophy.


Rebecca French

Head of Metadata Analysis & Operations, James Madison University

Thursday April 28, 2022 2:30pm - 3:30pm EDT