Creating Action Plans for Leadership Development


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Samir is a manager who has encouraged his team to come up with a list of steps that they can follow to become better at their jobs. Samir is encouraging his team to create _____.

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1. Carrie is creating an action plan for herself. She lists some things that she'll need to do to find success, such as becoming a better listener or be more organized. Listening and organization are examples of _____.

2. Lin wants to create an action plan. The first thing she should do is _____ to identify her strengths and areas for improvement.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Test yourself on the procedures and implementation strategies for creating action plans that enhance leadership development. You'll answer questions on the term for a manager who is encouraging his team to come up with a list that might be helpful for them to become better at their jobs and things that listening and organization are examples of.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These key areas will be addressed on the quiz:

  • First step in creating a plan to promote leadership development
  • Type of goal associated with learning a new language
  • Term for a set goal that takes place at the same time every day

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - make sure you know the most important information from the lesson on creating action plans, including the term for staying organized and being a good listener as an employee
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the type of an advice a manager might give his/her team to have them develop a list they could follow in order to get better at their jobs
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about a goal that happens at the same time every day and a goal that you might set for learning a new language

Additional Learning

To learn more about action plans, review the lesson named Creating Action Plans for Leadership Development. The following areas of study will be addressed:

  • Steps to becoming a better leader
  • Evaluations based on strengths and weaknesses
  • Examples of goals you might set as a leader