What Makes A Good Leader

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What Makes A Good Leader by Mind Map: What Makes A Good Leader

1. Responsibility

1.1. A duty or obligation to perform or complete a task that one must fulfill and which has a consequent penalty for failure

1.1.1. Self-disciplined

1.1.2. Trustworthy

1.1.3. No procrastination

1.1.4. Organized

1.1.5. Punctual

1.1.6. Honest

1.1.7. Keep emotions in check

1.1.8. Complaints are minimal

1.1.9. Consistent

2. Motivating

2.1. Stimulate someones interest or enthusiasm for doing something

2.2. Promote growth mindset over fixed mindset

2.3. Develop meaningful and respectful relationships with your students, know your students

2.4. Establish high expectations and establish clear goals, but attainable goals

2.5. Be inspirational, make things fun, be excited, offer rewards

2.6. Give praise when earned, offer feedback and chances to improve

2.7. Encourage self-reflection

3. Determination

3.1. A firm intent or a decision which has been reached

3.2. Increases your chances of being successful in a particular thing or achieving a particular goal.

3.3. Helps you to stay motivated and continue striving towards the one thing you want to achieve

4. Team Player

4.1. A person who works well as a member of a team or group

4.1.1. Embraces team work

4.1.2. Excellent communication skills

4.1.3. Dedicated

4.1.4. Team leader

5. Supportive

5.1. Providing encouragement or emotional help

5.2. Show acceptance and positive regard for others.

5.3. Be patient and helpful when giving instructions or explanations

5.4. Express confidence in the person when there is a difficult task

5.5. Provide assistance with the work when it is needed

5.6. Provide sympathy and support when the person is anxious or upset

6. Commitment

6.1. Dedicating yourself to something

6.1.1. Commit to being a lifelong learner

6.1.2. Use curriculum responsibly

6.1.3. Meet the needs of individual students

6.1.4. Cross your own familiar barriers and beliefs to meet the needs of all learners.

6.1.5. Actively contribute to the profession

7. Communication

7.1. The process of passing information and understanding from one person to another

7.1.1. Being clear, articulate and concise

7.1.2. Active listening

7.1.3. Asking questions

7.1.4. Provide feedback

7.1.5. Develop trust and rapport

7.1.6. Be Present

8. Patience

8.1. Use classroom management to build patience

8.1.1. Create comfortable learning environments

8.1.2. Set up classroom for success

8.1.3. Be responsive, not reactive

8.1.4. Practice self-care

8.1.5. Most important quality in a teacher

8.2. Remaining calm, even when you've been waiting forever or dealing with something painstakingly slow or trying to teach someone how to do something and they just don't get it.

9. Conflict Management

9.1. The process of limiting the negative aspects of conflict while increasing the positive aspects of conflict

9.1.1. Conflict Resolution Strategies Avoiding Accommodating Collaboration Compromise

9.1.2. Being able to identify and handle conflicts sensibly, fairly, and efficiently