The Personal Leadership Insight curriculum is structured into ten PLI Essentials: Vision, Integrity, Innovative, Wise Judgment, Service Minded, Goal Processing, Emotional Maturity, Skill Assessment, Fostering Relationships, and Masterful Communication.
When we set down to figure out what makes great leaders great, we knew it would be almost historically and statistically impossible to shave that list down a workable/teachable number. However, we did our best (and recruited the help of our network of hundreds of peers, mentors, friends, family members, random people standing in line at the post office, etc.) to create an inclusive list of the general development and skill related areas that effective leaders must work on. Today we look at the PLI Essentials within the context of their connection to a specific mission critical trait...
Vision - Extraordinary leaders see opportunities... average leaders see threats.
Integrity - Extraordinary leaders admit mistakes... average leaders admit nothing.
Innovative - Extraordinary leaders discuss solutions... average leaders discuss problems.
Wise Judgment - Extraordinary leaders ask for help... average leaders make isolated decisions.
Service Minded - Extraordinary leaders seek to be significant... average leaders seek to be successful.
Goal Processing - Extraordinary leaders act on purpose... average leaders act accidentally.
Skill Assessment - Extraordinary leaders leverage their strengths... average leaders defend their weaknesses.
Emotional Maturity - Extraordinary leaders think then do... average leaders do then think.
Fostering Relationships - Extraordinary leaders put relationships before results... average leaders put results before relationships.
Masterful Communication - Extraordinary leaders listen for the sake of others... average leaders listen for the sake of self.
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