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  1. Leadership SWOT Analysis By: Elizabeth Oliva

  2. Table of ContentsLeadership SWOT Analysis • What is a SWOT Analysis? • Strengths • Weaknesses • Opportunities • Threats • Summary

  3. Overview of a SWOT AnalysisLeadership SWOT Analysis • Situation analysis • Assesses internal environment • Strengths • Weaknesses • Assesses external environment • Opportunities • Threats • Understand internal and external contexts • Develop a vision and strategy that link the two

  4. Overview of a SWOT Analysis

  5. Strengths • Learned and developed my personality style • StrengthsQuest • Type Focus • Knowledge and practice of leadership theories • Relational Leadership • Diversity Leadership • Personal Code of Inclusive Leadership • Knowledge and practice of problem solving/conflict management methods • Avoiding • Accommodating • Knowledge and practice of active listening skills

  6. Strength I Learned and developed my personality style • StrengthsQuest • Includer • Include everyone in the group • Responsibility • Take psychological ownership for any commitment • Belief • Have certain enduring core values • Communication • Explain, describe, host, speak in public, write • Adaptability • Live in the moment, future is not fixed destination

  7. Strength I • Type Focus (ENFJ) • E (Extraversion) • Focus on the outer world • N (Intuitive) • Focus on possibilities • F (Feeling) • Decide more by “gut” than “head” • J (Judging) • Make decisions that help structure and organize

  8. Strength II Knowledge of leadership theories • Relational Leadership • Focuses on leader’s ability to create positive relationships • Five main ideas • Empowering • Purposeful • Process-oriented • Inclusive • Ethical

  9. Strength II Practice of leadership theories • Relational Leadership • Formed relationships with teammates • Formed relationships with URI 101 students

  10. Strength III Personal Code of Leadership Ethics • Treat everyone fairly and equitably • Treat everyone with respect • Give everyone the same opportunities and responsibility

  11. Strength IV Knowledge of problem solving/conflict management methods • Avoiding • Passive • You lose, I lose • Accommodating • Passive • You win, I lose • Collaborating • Assertive • You win, I win • Forcing • Aggressive • You lose, I win • Negotiating • Assertive • You win some, I win some

  12. Strength IV Practice of problem solving/conflict management methods • Accommodating • Taking shifts for others at work • Collaborating • Covering/getting coverage at work

  13. Strength V Knowledge of active listening skills • Paying attention • Avoiding distractions • Staying tuned in • Not assuming and interrupting • Watching nonverbal cues • Asking questions • Takings notes

  14. Strength V Practice of active listening skills • Paying attention at work • Asking questions when someone is done speaking

  15. Weaknesses • Personality • Do not volunteer to be a leader • Lack the “take-charge” attitude • Conflict management style • Avoid conflict • “Accommodator”

  16. Opportunities • Get a full-time job • Utilize strengths and knowledge • Gain experience • Further my education • MBA program • Build on my strengths • Work on my weaknesses • Law school • Take a completely different path

  17. Threats • People with a “take-charge” attitude • They will volunteer before I do • May lose a leadership opportunity • People with a Master’s Degree • More education • More strengths, less weaknesses • People previously in the job market • More experience • More strengths, less weaknesses

  18. Reflection • Personal development • Less shy • Freshman year compared to now • More confident • Not afraid to show others/set examples • Leadership development • More willing to take the lead • Student Rec Board • More confident in my ability to be a leader • Arm Wrestling Competition