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What Is Your Self-Leadership Quotient (SLQ)?
By Dr. Beverly Potter
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Not characteristic 0 --- 1 --- 2 --- 3 --- 4 ---- 5 Very Characteristic
Setting My Course -- Determining where I aim to go
___ 2. I clarify what is important to me.
___ 3. I get in touch with my personal power.
___ 5. I clarify my pupose.
___ 6. I assume resposibility to act.
___ 8. I brainstorm what is possible.
___ 9. I envision my purpose accomplished.
___ 11. I align my personal goals with my purpose.
___ 12. I set specific targets.
___ 14. I map out action steps.
___ 15. I establish standards of achievement.
___ 17. I build team spirit.
___ 18. I share my vision.
___ 20. I measure my progress
___ 21. I reward my progress.
___ 23. I look for satisfaction in small things.
___ 24. I get absorbed in my activities.
___ 26. I adapt my thinking to the situation.
___ 27. I avoid perfectionism.
___ 29. I make contingency plans.
___ 30. I learn from my mistakes.
___ 32. I view problems as opportunities.
___ 33. I do something differently.
___ 35. I develop strategies.
___ 36. I follow my bliss.
109 - 144 Good -- You employ most self-leading skills. With practice you can become an excellent self-leader.
73 - 108 Potential
have many self-leading skills, but them employment inconsistently. With
training and practice you have the potential to an excellent self-leader.
36 - 72 Needs
-- You have many self-leading skills, but
them infrequently. If you make the
effort to learn and practice the skills you can greatly improve your self-leading ability.
0 - 35 Deficient
demonstrate self-leading ability and will find yourself going in
and looking to
others for direction. You probably have the capability to become a self-leader but you will have to make
acquiring the skills a priority.
Copyright 1996: Beverly A. Potter, from FINDING A PATH WITH A HEART: HOW TO GO FROM BURNOUT TO BLISS ($14.95), Ronin Publishing, Inc., P.O.Box 3008, Oakland CA 94609. (Fax 510-420-3672, email firstname.lastname@example.org) All Rights Reserved. Individuals may download this material for personal use only. Written permission is required for any other reproduction.
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