Future Vision Seminar Week 5: You are a Leader
Welcome to our second to last week of this groundbreaking seminar. Â This week you will see how YOU ARE a leader and how to use that to have the exponential growth you deserve. To be a leader you have to be disruptive and see all aspects of a project.
The time is always now to learn and apply your knowledge for a better life. AIU is preparing you to be a force for improving your community. You become a role model by your own advancement. You will inspire others.
Due date of assignment: within 3 days of receiving course.
Description of Course: Â Leadership is crucial for improving the life in your community. However, a leader does not have to be a charismatic and extroverted person. Anyone can be a leader even in a humble way. This course seeks to break the paradigms of what a leader is.
Assignment: This is the 5th week of a 6-week series, which will guide you to be the leader you were born to be. There are 6 assignments. Each assignment receives 1 credit.
Read this article to break paradigms of how you view leadership. Anyone can be a leader. A true leader does not seek to impress others, but rather to inspire others with their actions.
Week 5Â Reading:Â Breaking paradigms about leadership https://onthinktanks.org/articles/breaking-paradigms-about-leadership/ You answer these 6 questions to receive a 100% grade just for answering the questions! The answers should add up to 400 words.
1. How can an introvert be a leader?
2. What do leaders actually do?
3. How would you define a true leader?
4. In what ways can you be a leader to develop the maximum potential of your community?
5.Why is passion important to be a leader?
6. How does your awareness of true leadership break the paradigms of your life to reach your maximum potential?
See yourself as a multidimensional leader living the proper way, advancing your knowledge and guiding those who need hope and direction.
Please complete this in a word document following our resource guide and submit via your student portal to receive credit.Â Â