Flashcards in SA05 - Leader Influence Deck (24)
Leadership requires the application of emotional intelligence and a willingness to understand your Airmen.
The key to followership is having an understanding of what is expected.
Followership Traits - CILI
Competence, Integrity, Loyalty, Initiative
Competent followers know what their job is; know how to do the job, and meet or exceed standards set by their supervisors.
The act of doing what is right when no one is looking is essential to followership and as we all know, an Air Force Core Value.
When displayed by followers, loyalty creates an environment of trust, teamwork, and continuous improvement. Loyalty also includes being faithful, obedient, and respectful.
Making decisions or taking action without the help or advice of others. Followers, who have an understanding of mission direction, know when to take action.
Leadership Traits - SLICED
Selflessness, Loyalty, Integrity, Commitment, Energy, Decisiveness
sacrificing personal wants and needs for a greater cause. Finding courage to face and overcome difficulties.
faithfulness to superiors, subordinates, and peers.
total commitment to the highest personal and professional standards. A leader with integrity is honest, sincere, ethical, and fair.
complete devotion to duty; total dedication to the United States, the Air Force, and our comrades
enthusiasm and motivation to take initiative.
willingness to make decisions and act on them.
derived from your rank and position within the organization and gives you a specific level of authority the capacity to influence others who are in a state of dependence.
developed by networking and growing relationships with people who can connect you to resources, opportunities, growth and development.
the ability to reward/recognize your Airmen. This is a great way to motivate and stimulate performance.
the power you derive from your formal position held within the hierarchy of the organization.
dependent on fear, suppression of free will, and/or the use of punishment or threat.
4 Categories of Position Power
Connection Power, Reward Power, Legitimate Power, Coercive Power
3 categories of Personal Power
Referent Power, Information Power, Expert Power
personal charisma or likeability characteristics that a person displays. This type of power lies in the relationships you develop with your subordinates.
occurs when a leader possesses knowledge that others want or need.