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An agreement on how to make a first impression to build trust with superiors, peers, direct reports and staff.  The “cultural fit” game plan to win respect and support. An understanding, agreement and “cascade alignment” of the performance expectations established by the organization, the senior leaders and immediate supervisor (hard metrics). An understanding and agreement with the leadership effectiveness and cultural – engagement expectations established by HR (the PMEC and TMEC soft metrics). The flexibility to change and adjust the game plan based upon potential changing conditions, dynamics and assumptions. This entry was posted in RPR2 Blog and tagged Affordable Care Act, Leadership, On-Boarding, Road-maps, series, Success by Right People Right Roles. The eleven skills and attributes are a summary of the skills and attributes that are required for effective leadership.
I am twenty eight years old, and I need to develop into the leader that God has designed me to be.
According to Andrew Seidel’s book, Charting a Bold Course, my DISC personality profile labels me as a High S. According to the Spiritual Gifts Inventory in Aubrey Malphurs’ book, Being Leaders, (pp. Teacher is defined as the “God-given ability to understand and communicate biblical truth” (see Malphurs, Maximizing Your Effectiveness, p. Going forward in my career with a Master of Arts in Christian Leadership (MACL), I hope I will be a godly man, lead well, teach the Bible, and disciple others based on what I know about God and the Bible. Another way my life has been marked is when I was attempting to lead a nonprofit program that served people in need by delivering baskets of food for Thanksgiving. My ministry vision is to be in a place where I get to actively lead people while also teaching leadership (hopefully from a biblical perspective). I will also best develop as a leader in what Malphurs and Mancini call a “Learner-Driven” and “Self-Led” environment where “emerging leaders take responsibility for their own growth, so that the emerging leader is ultimately responsible for his or her own training” (p. My future internship supervisor, Tom Miller of Global Aid International Network (GAIN), has offered to “coach” me.
My main goal of sharing what I shared was that I do not want to work for a for-profit company because sometimes (and I emphasis sometimes because this is not always true) there is the goal of making a profit only for making a profit. An example of a company making money as it’s main goal comes from a recent visit I had to a burger restaurant last week.
Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. The overall process incorporates a combination of diagnostic tools, leadership assessments, goal prioritization steps, milestone timelines, action-planning functions, coaching plans, and performance metric determination and resource needs. This Leadership Development Plan (LDP) will be the tool I use to grow as a leader in my future ministry contexts based on my personality, gifts, and learning styles. S stands for “Steadiness” which means that I act patiently, want routine, fear change, and respond with nonparticipation.(p. Apostleship is ministry involving church planting or cross-cultural ministry (Malphurs, Maximizing Your Effectiveness, pp. I hope to be able to train and raise up leaders regardless of the circumstances I find myself in. Steve is a semi-retired pastor who has worked hard to be a loyal husband, build God’s kingdom, and keep growing in his faith and ways of doing ministry. That work forced me to be a leader, and as a result, I began to read leadership books, attend conferences, and be mentored by Steve in the area of leadership.

One thing that I have learned from these interactions is that I am not made for the “business for profit” world. This came to me as I was sitting in a training in 2009 about how to lead a small group men’s Bible study.
One way to live out this vision is to lead a program at a nonprofit ministry while also being able to teach Bible studies and leadership material to clients. One thing that I know I need to improve on is not taking myself too seriously and not being offended easily.
I know a lot about leadership because I have read books, attended several conferences, and been mentored in leadership. This is defined by Aubrey Malphurs and Will Mancini in their book, Building Leaders, as “simply two individuals meeting in a relational environment, not in the ministry context, for training” (p.
Through this process I am hoping to work on my emotional competency as a strong leader and on my skills to teach leadership.
He has more than ten years of experience leading volunteers, running nonprofit programs, and teaching the Bible in small group settings.
I also may have received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. In other words, the bottom line in some companies is making money (contrary to a nonprofit which has a bottom line of helping people).
My wife and I sat down to enjoy our meal and sitting two tables away was what appeared to be a District Manager talking with two of the managers of the restaurant we were in. This webinar will also be used as refresher training for those who have already had the initial training.
With this character without self-confidence, I would not be able to convince my audience of my arguments, lectures, goals, or ideas. Even though this plan might be personal I hope it can serve you as a sample to help you create your own leadership development plan. 79) This is good because it means when heading in the direction I think God wants me to go in, I will not give up easily. I enjoyed both of these because I could study the Bible, develop a lesson of biblical truth, and share it with others.
An important element of my past life circumstances has been being mentored and coached by Steve Elliott for six years. I was able to see the “for profit” part of businesses and that has been a big turn off for me and caused me to want to stick to the nonprofit industry. I was in the training because I was going to start a men’s Bible study focused on bringing men together to study leadership from the Bible.
Another way is to work at a church where I could be responsible for a ministry and teach leadership there as part of my job. Yet, I need to know more about technical things though such as hiring laws, accounting practices, and tax regulations.
I need to be sure of my identity Christ as well as secure in my identity and capabilities as a leader. To combat this I need to limit myself to only 1-2 cups of coffee a day preferably before 2pm, and I need to sleep a minimum of seven hours a night.
166). As an introvert, this matches up best with me because it gives me the opportunities to develop a deep relationship with one person and ask specific questions about things I am wrestling with. Self-led growth tools I can use are books and tapes on leadership, making appointments to interview leaders, and attending conferences. He holds a bachelor's degree from Fresno Pacific University and master's degree from Dallas Theological Seminary.

Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will add value to my readers. They will use their profits differently bit they will still need to make a profit to survive.
Yes, nonprofits do have to make a profit, but that profit is focused on enriching others and serving the needs of people in the community. This apostleship gift of creating new ministries and starting new things was exemplified when I started a nonprofit ministry to serve people in need of food. Before getting married my wife and I agreed that I would not travel away from home more than five days a month. If I have the impact Steve has when I am his age I will be grateful and consider my work a success in the eyes of God.
Perhaps I could lead as an executive director of a nonprofit while also teaching leadership through my blog, books, etc.
Malphurs and Mancini contend that “[b]ecause one-on-one is relationship intensive, the opportunity for character and emotional development is also present.” I need to develop in the emotional area, and that requires me to have someone I am in close relationship with. I need someone that I can meet with, be close to, share my heart with, and who can train me as a leader. If you have an adverse outlook on wealth creation and take that attitude onto a board you may infact hinder rather than help them. Never once did the District Manager ever mention the topics of making customers satisfied or serving healthy meals. In order to achieve this learning goal, I will work with my coach to improve my professional persona of self-confidence. The entire conversation surrounded making more money for the company in order to make more money for the two managers. I will try to demonstrate this power of voice and movement through answering confidently in 300-person class lectures, volunteering regularly to speak up in discussions, talk to professors regularly, and attend events that require standing up in front of a diverse crowd. I will measure this success by how I can confidently raise my voice or present new information to an audience without suppressing my real thoughts and ideas.
This is an important learning goal for me because regardless that my meek voice states the correct answer or initiates the right steps for a problem, I could not gain the trust and respect of my audience without exerting self-confidence in my ideas. After that program, I realized that I needed to network more to be able to have contacts that can open opportunities available for me.
I believe that I need to work on my networking skills because although I meet people with diverse backgrounds and talents, I usually do not maintain contacts with them or plainly did not build a connection with them to become contacts. Often, I have seen that networking allows friendships to form, jobs found, references to apply to an institution, and a support for a cause. This is why I want to improve on my networking skills so that I can have more access to the other fields I am not aware of. Since the Imprint program, I learned the proper way to achieve a contact, which is by introducing yourself in a proper manner (eye contact, hand shake, proper dialect, and appropriate behavior) and by also offering your help to the other person.
So, I will achieve this goal by exercising this technique to the new people I meet in classes, RSOs, friends of friends, and professionals.
I will utilize this networking technique in social events like conferences, parties, and gatherings.
I can measure the success of this goal by listing all the reliable contacts I have in various fields, age groups, and career level.

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