The work of a leader is based on an understanding of how your own mindset, beliefs, values, and intentions contribute to behaviours that define you as a leader. Self-leadership encompasses the critical role of self-awareness and reflective practice, as well as taking responsibility for your own performance and demonstrating competence in emotional intelligence. This page provides resources to help leaders explore the impact of their own emotions, values, intentions, and assumptions on their sense of reality and on the people around them.
Leadership begins with self-awareness. Use one or all of these suggested self assessments to reflect on your current skill level, and to develop a benchmark for measuring your progress.
Regular reflection helps increase self-awareness, and can help you track your progress toward your goals. Use this Self-Reflection Worksheet to prompt your own reflective practice:
Working hard but not improving? You're not alone. Eduardo Briceño reveals a simple way to think about getting better at the things you do, whether that's work, parenting or creative hobbies. And he shares some useful techniques so you can keep learning and always feel like you're moving forward.
attitude of health personnel[MeSH Terms] OR physician executives[MeSH Terms] AND leadership[MeSH Terms] AND character[MeSH Terms]