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Leadership

Leadership requires the application of emotional intelligence and a willingness to understand your Airmen.

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Followership

The key to followership is having an understanding of what is expected.

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Followership Traits - CILI

Competence, Integrity, Loyalty, Initiative

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Competence

Competent followers know what their job is; know how to do the job, and meet or exceed standards set by their supervisors.

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Integrity

The act of doing what is right when no one is looking is essential to followership and as we all know, an Air Force Core Value.

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Loyalty

When displayed by followers, loyalty creates an environment of trust, teamwork, and continuous improvement. Loyalty also includes being faithful, obedient, and respectful.

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Initiative

Making decisions or taking action without the help or advice of others. Followers, who have an understanding of mission direction, know when to take action.

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Leadership Traits - SLICED

Selflessness, Loyalty, Integrity, Commitment, Energy, Decisiveness

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Selflessness

sacrificing personal wants and needs for a greater cause. Finding courage to face and overcome difficulties.

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Loyalty

faithfulness to superiors, subordinates, and peers.

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Integrity

total commitment to the highest personal and professional standards. A leader with integrity is honest, sincere, ethical, and fair.

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Commitment

complete devotion to duty; total dedication to the United States, the Air Force, and our comrades

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Energy

enthusiasm and motivation to take initiative.

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Decisiveness

willingness to make decisions and act on them.

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Position Power

derived from your rank and position within the organization and gives you a specific level of authority the capacity to influence others who are in a state of dependence.

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Connection Power

developed by networking and growing relationships with people who can connect you to resources, opportunities, growth and development.

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Reward Power

the ability to reward/recognize your Airmen. This is a great way to motivate and stimulate performance.

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Legitimate Power

the power you derive from your formal position held within the hierarchy of the organization.

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Coercive Power

dependent on fear, suppression of free will, and/or the use of punishment or threat.

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4 Categories of Position Power

Connection Power, Reward Power, Legitimate Power, Coercive Power

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3 categories of Personal Power

Referent Power, Information Power, Expert Power

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Referent Power

personal charisma or likeability characteristics that a person displays. This type of power lies in the relationships you develop with your subordinates.

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Information Power

occurs when a leader possesses knowledge that others want or need.

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Expert Power

leader’s special knowledge or skills related to the job. A leader has expert power when he or she knows the most about a job or task.