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Leadership Framework Jeopardy. Compliments of Leadership and Professional Development (CG-133).

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Leadership Framework Jeopardy

Compliments of Leadership and Professional Development (CG-133)

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Leaders embody the highest standards of Coast Guard Core Values; can communicate their meaning; hold peers and subordinates accountable to these organizational merits; and use them to guide performance, conduct and decisions—every day.

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Leaders consider the environment in which they and their people work, attending to safety and identifying and managing stress.

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Coasties look to leadership for guidance and feedback and actively seek to understand through listening.

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Leaders demonstrate belief in their own abilities and ideas; are self-motivated, results-oriented and accountable for their performance; recognize personal strengths and weaknesses; emphasize personal character development; and use position and personal power appropriately.

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Coast Guard leaders’ knowledge, skills and expertise allow them to effectively organize and prioritize tasks and use resources efficiently. Leaders demonstrate technical and functional proficiency. They maintain credibility with others on technical matters and keep current on technological advances in professional areas.

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Leaders express facts and ideas succinctly and logically, facilitate an open exchange of ideas, ask for feedback routinely, and communicate face-to-face whenever possible. They write clear, concise, and organized correspondence and reports. Successful leaders prepare and deliver effective presentations.

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Coast Guard leaders possess the ability to persuade and motivate others to achieve the desired outcome: to create change.

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Leaders recognize and contribute to group processes; encourage and facilitate cooperation, pride, trust and group identity; and build commitment, team spirit, and strong relationships.

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Successful leaders identify others’ needs and abilities in the Coast Guard, particularly those of subordinates. They ensure fair, equitable treatment; project high expectations for subordinates and/or their teams; express confidence in abilities; recognize efforts and use reward systems effectively and fairly.

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Drawing on their experience and knowledge, leaders deliberately assist others in developing themselves; provide objective feedback about leadership and career development; and help identify professional potential, strengths and areas for improvement.

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Coast Guard leaders know who their customers are, and make every possible effort to find out their customers’ needs and to hear their customers’ voices. Leaders understand the importance of measuring and monitoring the degree to which their customers’ needs are met or exceeded, and continually strive to improve that.

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Coast Guard leaders facilitate open communication of controversial issues while maintaining relationships and teamwork. They effectively use collaboration as a style of managing contention; confront conflict positively and constructively

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Successful leaders demonstrate the ability to plan, organize, and prioritize realistic tasks and responsibilities for themselves and their people. They use goals, milestones, and control mechanisms for projects.

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Leaders are able to envision a preferred future for their units and functions, setting this picture in the context of the Coast Guard’s overall vision, missions, strategy and driving forces.

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Leaders develop new insights into situations and apply innovative solutions to make unit and functional improvements. Leaders create a work environment that encourages creative thinking and innovation.

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Leaders foster and promote a culture of careful management of resources and the preservation of future mission capability.

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Leaders must demonstrate broad understanding of the principles of financial management and marketing expertise necessary to ensure appropriate funding levels for their areas of responsibility.

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Leaders collaborate across boundaries, and find common ground with a widening range of stakeholders at the local, regional, national, and international levels, and use their contacts to build and strengthen internal bases of support.

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Leaders seek and identify opportunities to develop and market new methods within or outside of the Coast Guard. Leaders are willing to take risks and initiates actions that involve a deliberate risk to achieve a recognized benefit or advantage.

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Coast Guard leaders identify the internal and external politics that impact the work of the Coast Guard and the Department of Homeland Security.

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COMDTINST 5351.3

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Worker, First-Line Supervisor, Mid-Level Manager, Senior Manager, Executive

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Leading Self,

Leading Others,

Leading Performance & Change, Leading the Coast Guard

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ULDP, IDP, Training Courses, Mentoring

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What is ALIGNING VALUES?

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What is HEALTH & WELL-BEING?

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What is FOLLOWERSHIP?

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What is PERSONAL CONDUCT?

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What is TECHNICAL PROFICIENCY?

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What are EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATIONS?

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What is INFLUENCING OTHERS?

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What is TEAM BUILDING?

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What is TAKING CARE OF PEOPLE?

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What is MENTORING?

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What is CUSTOMER FOCUS?

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What is CONFLICT MANAGEMENT?

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What is MANAGEMENT & PROCESS IMPROVEMENT?

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What is VISION DEVELOPMENT & IMPLEMENTATION?

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What is CREATIVITY & INNOVATION?

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What is STEWARDSHIP?

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What is FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT?

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What is PARTNERING?

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What is ENTREPRENEURSHIP?

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What is POLITICAL SAVVY?

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What is the Leadership Development Framework?

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What are the five responsibility levels defined within the Leadership Framework?

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What are the four broad categories of leadership competencies?

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What are ways to gain and demonstrate leadership competency?

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What is the number of leadership competencies defined in the Leadership Framework?

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