It is important to establish and articulate your own philosophy about how you operate as a leader, regardless of the particular circumstances of your position. As you prepare this statement, consider the following:
What do you think about leadership? What has influenced your thoughts?
What key leadership experiences have informed your thinking?
Do you believe that leadership is positional? Why or why not?
When do you share your vision as a leader?
Under what circumstances are you willing to take risks?
What personal principles are you not willing to violate?
How do you make decisions? Are they based on evidence or intuition?
What decisions do you make individually and what do you make collectively?
How do your personal beliefs (e.g. religion, culture, inclusiveness, etc.) affect your leadership philosophy?
How do you respond when your leadership beliefs or practices are challenged?
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