Building Blocks of Leadership
-- The ability to express oneself effectively in individual and group situations; includes gestures and other non-verbal communication. The ability to effectively listen to others.
--The ability to present ideas or tasks to an individual or group when given time for preparation.
-- The ability to express ideas clearly, in writing, using good grammatical form. The ability to quickly read and comprehend written material.
-- The ability to influence events to achieve goals beyond those called for; originating action; self starting rather than passive acceptance.
-- The ability to be considerate of the feelings and needs of others.
-- The ability to use appropriate interpersonal styles and methods in guiding followers, peers, superiors, or groups toward task accomplishment.
-- The ability to use followers effectively, the allocation of decision making and other responsibilities to the appropriate followers.
-- The ability to establish procedures for monitoring and regulating processes, tasks or activities of followers; to monitor actively the results of delegated assignments or projects.
-- The ability to identify a problem, secure information relevant to the problem, relate problem data from different sources, and determine possible causes of problems.
-- The ability to develop alternative courses of action based on logical assumptions that reflect factual information.
-- The ability to establish a course of action for self or others to accomplish a specific goal.
-- The ability to organize people, resources, work spaces, and time to achieve maximum efficiency in accomplishing a goal.
-- The ability to make decisions, render judgment, take action, and commit oneself.
Physical Stamina -- The ability to operate under...