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Leadership Fin 1

Goals Statements that you make, telling yourself what you want to achieve
Objectives Concrete tasks that help you on your way to achieving your goals
Prioritize To determine the order for completion of activities based on their importance
Procrastination Putting off until tomorrow what could have been done today
Time log A detailed record of how you spend your time
Time management How people use the 24 hours in their day
"Time thieves" Things that steal your time, such as procrastination and interruptions
"To-do" list A list of activities that an individual plans to accomplish during a certain period of time
Brainstorming A creative-thinking technique involving the identification of as many different ideas as possible during a certain time frame; can be done by one person but is used most often in a group setting
Creative thinking Thinking in a creative way; using the creative-thinking process
Creative-thinking process A five-step method for encouraging your own creativity to reveal itself; includes pinpointing the question, gathering information, setting the question aside for a while, welcoming your own creative insight, and finding out if the answer works
Creative-thinking skill(s} The ability to think in a creative way; the ability to use the creative-thinking process appropriately or successfully
Creativity The ability to generate unique ideas, approaches, and solutions
Criticism An analysis of something or someone that identifies any shortcomings
Inhibitions Feelings that hold you back from doing something
Insight The "Aha!" moment when an answer comes to you
Intelligence The ability to know or learn
Internal motivation Wanting to achieve something for your own satisfaction
Persistence The attitude or characteristic of not giving up
Personal ownership Considering a task your very own; viewing a task or objective as your responsibility
Problem solving The process of finding solutions to obstacles or problems
Satisfaction Feeling fulfilled after accomplishing a task or objective
Anonymous Unnamed; not known by name
Compromise Giving in to another's wishes so that an agreement may be reached
Consensus A decision-making outcome that requires the substantial agreement of each group member
Consensus building A group's process of coming to an agreement; the action of bringing a group to an agreement
Majority rule A decision-making method in which a group's majority makes the decision
Minority rule A decision-making method in which a group's minority makes the decision
Open-ended question(s) A type of question that requires more than a simple "yes" or "no" response
Problem solving The process of finding solutions to obstacles or problems
Questionnaire A set of written questions designed to gather information
Self-interest Concern for what interests or profits oneself
Voting A decision-making method in which votes are counted for or against an alternative
Acceptance Approval or tolerance of all people, regardless of their behavior or performance
Approachability An attitude or demeanor that says, "You can talk to me."
Coaching Enabling other people to reach their true potential by helping them to overcome the barriers that are keeping them from doing so
Collaboration Cooperation; a jOint effort
Constructive criticism Evaluative information designed to help someone improve
Dependability Reliability; doing what you say you will do
Enthusiasm Intense interest or excitement
Feedback Evaluative information given to you about the things you say and do
Flexibility The ability to adapt to changes as they occur
Humility A lack of pride
Integrity Adhering to an established set of personal ethics and sound moral principles
Nonverbal communication Communication that uses body language instead of words or to support words
Open-ended question A type of question that requires more than a simple "yes" or "no" response
Patience The ability to endure life's aggravations and difficulties calmly
Persistence To continue working at a task or idea until the desired outcome is achieved
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