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Define the "Versatility Steps" and explain what they are used for.
Things we can learn to do that are outside our normal tendencies and comfort zones.
By doing so we show that we can adjust our behavior so that it fits more smoothly into the styles of the others on our team.
Define Primal Leadership.
Deals with the emotional climate of a leader and creates and sustains in and among followers.
Define Emotional Intelligence.
The capacity to recognize and manage our own feelings and to recognize others' feelings and manage our relationship with them.
Explain the relationship between P.L. and E.I.
To successfully implement P.L. a leader must understand and implement the E.I. framework on a constant basis.
Reproduce the E.I Framework.
Personal Competence:
Self Aware- E.A.; Self-Assess; Self-Conf.
Self Manage- Optimism; Self-Control; Traps.

Social Compt.:
S.A- Empathy; Organ. Awareness; Service Orientation.
Relationship Manage- Inspire; Develop; Communicate; Team; Conflict Management.
Name and describe the 5 spokes of the Awareness Wheel
1) Sensory Data
2) Inter. Healthy
3) Feelings
4) Intent
5) Actions
Time spent on 1-3 produces a better 4-5
Avoid going from S.D to Feelings
Explain how the spokes relate/describe the relationship.
When encountering S.D. we move step-by-step around the 5 spokes of the wheel (unconscious), provides a continuous interjection w/what's happening to us before we act.
To be a P.L. we must be E.I.. To be E.I. we must be fully aware of the "what's going on" with ourselves and w/relationships.
Write the summarizing leadership principle of Jesus' parable in Luke 6:39-49
Jesus says, "This is what I require of a leader."

Instant and total obedience to God's will and word.
Relate Jesus' "Sermon..." material to the context and final parable.
Luke's "Sermon on the Mount" material creates an essential backdrop to Jesus' parable.
Describe the context of Luke 6:39-49 and why it's important.
Luke 6:1-16 provides the context for Jesus' teaching on leadership.
Explain the meaning of each 5 images Jesus makes in Luke 6:39-49.
a) blind leading blind
b) leader as model
c) leader as a therapist
d) leader as a good person
e) leaders must be obedient to God
State how each element of the Luke 6:39-49 explains the importance of Spiritual Leadership.
a) Blind Leading Blind
b) Leader as Model
c) Leader as a Therapist
d) Leader as a Good Person
Explain the link that Galatians 5 and James 3 make between P.L. and S.L.
(are both driven by the leader's Spiritual Health) Galatians 5 has two options of living: Flesh or Spirit.
James 3 explains how S.H. & P.L. relate, no one can control behavior. James presents two kinds of wisdom: Flesh and Spirit.
Describe how Spiritual Health contributes to a leader's ability to deal with Leadership.
Spiritual Health is essential to leadership in understanding and managing complexity and pressure.
The more in tune with God's perception of reality, the more clear the mind and heart becomes.
Name the two Bible passages where "Teams" are discussed.
1 Corinthians 12
Explain the Basic Premise that the passage presents.
Each member of a team or body is given a specific strength that the team needs to succeed.
Name the two potential problems that most teams face.
1) They feel inadequate because they are not a recognized leader.
2) Others tell them they are not worthy or needed.
Describe the solution the passage presents to both problems.
Each member is crucial to the team, no matter the role.
Name the 4 steps in Forming a team and explain each step.
1) Defining the Team's Purpose.
2) Designate the Leader.
3) Define and Own what a Team is.
4) Divide the Responsibilities.
Name the 3 steps used in Building a team and explain the meaning of each step.
1) Focus on the Individuals.
-define their "own" personal style.
-individuals define and "own"strengths and weaknesses.
-own responsibly.

2) Focus on Team Health and Effectiveness.
-understand and appreciate each others' style.

3) Provide supportive (and tough) Situational and Transformational leadership.
Name the "CORE" and explain why it's the core.
The "Core" of the C-O-R-E Model is the Leader's heart! Out of the heart flows one's actions/lifestyle.