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Developing Leaders of Character. Developing Leaders of Character. Developing AS Leaders of Character. Kevin Basik Director, Cadet Development Center for Character & Leadership Development US Air Force Academy. ½ and ½ . What matters to you.

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Developing Leaders of Character

Developing Leaders of Character

Developing AS Leaders of Character

Kevin Basik

Director, Cadet Development

Center for Character & Leadership Development

US Air Force Academy

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Our Challenge:

Talk about “it” in a way that actually makes a difference in our lives (and sticks)

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Story

  • A nugget from a guy named Don Tierney
  • Outcomes:
  • Performance
  • Credibility
  • Impact
  • “Go-To” status
  • Respect
  • Trust
  • Within the team
  • With others
  • With yourself

Process: ?

pick your example
Pick your example
  • Lives Honorably (consistently)
  • Lifts self and others to Best Possible Selves
  • Elevates Performance
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Awareness

Is this a “moment” that counts for who I want to be?

Reasoning

What SHOULD I be considering?

Competence

Confidence

Commitment

Clarify and own what you want to be!

Decision

How would the person I want to be do what I’m about to do?

Challenges:

Pressures, Fears/Doubts, etc.

Decision-Action Gap

Virtues:

Courage, Self-Control, Accountability, etc.

Action

Are my actions consistent with being who I say I want to be?

eaves dropping on the eaves drop
Eaves Dropping on the Eaves Drop

PERSONAL

Spouse: “What a blast! The older we get, the younger our relationship feels. Kevin never takes me for granted, and I am more in love with him each day. I feel appreciated, loved and supported. He’s a present, caring, fun husband and dad, and he’s in better shape nowthan when we got married.”

PROFESSIONAL (W/in TEAM)

Subordinates: “The boss makes us all feel involved in the process, and sets the pace. We’re learning from each other, and there’s a great buzzabout what we’re doing. I can’t wait to come to work each day. He “gets” me and leads by example!”

Peers: “Kevin is a humble, talented, selfless colleague. He keeps things fun but always knows his stuff and does what he says he will do. If there is a group project, he’s my #1 choice.”

take aways
Take-Aways
  • Leadership and Character are Moment-to-Moment opportunities
    • Did you just miss a “testable moment”?
  • Your reputation will be built anyway
    • Know what you want it to be
    • It’s created by how you consistently handle the gap
  • Your Commitment gives you the momentum to cross the gap
    • You will fall off the horse, but…
  • Do you honor your word?
    • To others?
    • To yourself?
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“Watch your thoughts, they become your words.

Watch your words, they become your actions.

Watch your actions, they become your habits.

Watch your habits, they become your character.

Watch your character, it becomes your destiny.” - Lao Tsu

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“It's not what we eat but what we digest that makes us strong; not what we gain but what we save that makes us rich; not what we read but what we remember that makes us learned;and not what we profess but what we practice that gives us integrity.”

- Francis Bacon 1561-1626