LEADERSHIP CONSISTS OF FOUR SUB-COMPONENT PARTS - Influence, Inspire, Initiate and Inclusion
INFLUENCE is defined as creating broad, deep positive impacts on a consistent basis
INSPIRE is defined as the ability to fill another with the urge or ability to act
INITIATE is defined as to cause or facilitate the beginning of a program or reform
RELATIONSHIP INCLUDES 3 SUB-COMPONENTS - Proximal Relations, Working Trust and Shared Expectations
Proximal Relations is defined as relationships involving ongoing interaction, contact and shared activities
Working Trust is defined as creating an environment that leads to a powerful bond between leader and follower
Shared Expectations is a common understanding between manager & employees about one another's concerns, needs, requirements, and the potential risks and opportunities that serve as a foundation for a mutually-rewarding relationship.
PARTNERSHIP INCLUDES 3 SUB-COMPONENTS: Common Values, Communication, Mutual Respect
Communication is defined as utilizing various means of communication to build trust with employees, create buy-in among employees and share who they are
Mutual Respect is defined as a belief that both leader & employee have earned and deserve each other's respect.