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Leadership Fin 2

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Courtesy Polite behavior; good manners
Dependability Reliability; doing what you say you will do
Ethics The basic principles that govern your behavior
Forgiveness Excusing the mistakes or flaws of others
Honesty Truthfulness
Humility A lack of pride
Integrity Adhering to an established set of personal ethics and sound moral principles
Loyalty Faithfulness and devotion to a person or an ideal
Morals Principles for distinguishing between right and wrong
Personal code of ethics Guidelines for applying morals to our daily lives
Respect Regard or esteem
Responsibility Fulfilling one's obligations in a dependable, reliable manner
Self-control Restraint of your feelings, words, and actions
Sensitivity Responsiveness to the feelings of others
Sincerity Genuineness
Trustworthiness Reliability; the quality of deserving others' confidence
Adaptability Flexibility, the ability to adjust to changing conditions
Catalyst An agent that provokes or speeds significant change or action
Cognitive ability The capacity to learn and to understand
Emotional intelligence The ability to recognize and manage emotions in ourselves and in others
Empathy The ability to put yourself in another person's place; intellectual identification with the thoughts, feelings, values, attitudes, and/or actions of another person
Intelligence quotient A number used to express the cognitive intelligence of a person based on a standardized test; also called IQ
Perseverance Continuing with a project or course of action in spite of problems or discouragement
Proactive Adapting to the environment in advance of the occurrence of events; taking advantage of opportunities rather than reacting to problems
Self-confidence A positive belief in your own talents, skills, and objectives
Self-control Restraint of your feelings, words, and actions
Transparency The quality of being just as one seems; trustworthy
Competence The ability to do what needs to be done; capability
Creativity The ability to generate unique ideas, approaches, and solutions
Credibility How much people believe what you say; believability
Emotional intelligence The ability to recognize and manage emotions in ourselves and in others
Empathy The ability to relate to the feelings, thoughts, and experiences of other people
Human capital The sum of a person's or a group's knowledge, skills, health, and values; the intangible human talent that is brought to a task
Integrity Adhering to an established set of personal ethics and sound moral principles
leader An individual with the ability to guide or direct the actions of others in a desired manner to achieve goals
Role model A person whose behavior is imitated by others
Status quo The way things are right now
Uncertainty The quality or state of not being clearly identified or defined
Values The principles by which you live
Vision The future you desire to create
Budget An estimate of what income and expenses will be for a specific time period
Monitor To check on the progress of something periodically
Objectives Goals to be reached
Participant One who participates or takes part
Planning tool A chart or computer software program used for project planning
Project Any type of undertaking, or task that has a distinct beginning and end
Project management The process of planning, scheduling, and monitoring the progress of a project to achieve a specific goal
Project manager Person responsible for overseeing all the activities that are part of a project
Project plan A detailed plan for completing a project
Resources Items that are needed to complete a project
Responsibility chart A project-planning tool that shows who is responsible for accomplishing the tasks required for completing a project
Stakeholders Those who benefit from a project or from investing in a project
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