Assignment 3.3 - Metrics
Looking at the leadership models that we've looked at this week, the ten metrics I would assess leadership according to these are:
Degree to which a leader demonstrates leadership on an internal degree - his gravitas.
Measured: # of public appearances with poise
Degree to which a leader's actions mirror and support his doctrine.
Measured: # of ways a leader expresses a held belief physically.
Degree to which a leader serves the community of followers he is in charge of leading.
Measured: # of volunteer hours put in for causes oriented to his doctrine.
Amount of perspectives a leader can understand.
Measured: Community networking opportunities a leader attends.
The amount of circumstantial awareness a leader has, both in the moment and historicallly.
Measured: How many sources of knowledge gathered at any point in time to cross-reference and inform processes.
Amount of ways a leader fosters the next generation of leaders.
Measured: Degree of involvement in educational opportunities.
- Societal Awareness
The amount of awareness a leader exhibits in relation to gender/racial/sociological politics regardless of area.
Measured: Global research on relevant issues pertinent to leader's area.
The degree a leader is open to new ideas and ways of thinking.
Measured: how easy it is to communicate to the leader.
How kind a leader is.
Measured: Amounts of times a situation is handled with grace and care.
Degree to which a leader maintains an air of control.
Measured: amount of public appearances reinforcing the leader's public appearance.