Lesson 3: Leveraging Your Power as a Role Model

5 Oct 2014

Lesson 3: Leveraging Your Power as a Role Model


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Now that you have a better grasp of the power in your position, let’s move to the next level. This is where you will begin to see how powerful collaboration can be. You will find the leverage necessary to do what many thought impossible. Why? Because you will find how you can get so many that are willing to help you push down on that lever and lift with astounding results. You will find that once you find how much easier it is that many other opportunities begin to appear. That is why this lesson may be the most important one in this entire course.

In this lesson, we focus on leveraging the specific power you have as a role model. In the same manner as Lesson 2, to successfully complete this lesson, you will work through two actual work scenarios, one at the beginning of the lesson and one at the end. In between, we utilize our unique 3D model of learning that we have created.

First, we Discover and identify the role model power you already have in your position. We all have our fans and can learn to build more. But we start by discovering who those fans are.

Second, we help you Declare your role model power with the CARE acronym. Compassion is the key to building the 3D relationships involving Mind, Body and Spirit. People willingly help us lift our load when they know we CARE for them. .

Third, we help you Leverage your power most efficiently with a self-assessment. This series of questions is designed to help you fine tune what is best for you and your situation to maximize your role model power. Upon completion of this lesson, we expect you will have a good mental understanding of the role model power you have within your situation. We also expect you will have a better understanding of what you are capable of doing with that power and how you can use it to create a collaborative spirit that will lift obstacles and exceed goals.

We begin with the first scenario.


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