Know how to motivate teams.
Are always moral individuals.
See better ways of doing things.
Can't always achieve much.
To make correct assumptions.
To limit your perspective.
To pique your curiosity.
To stifle your imagination.
Tape off the scene of the crime so no one has access.
Resist being impulsive and not act on first ideas.
Interview all of the witnesses.
Brainstorm a solution as soon as possible.
Supervise them, but don't help out.
Acknowledge them for a job well done.
Bribe them with cupcakes.
Be a strict leader.
Conflicts of interest.
Lack of clarity about roles.
All of these answers are correct.
The principles of right or good conduct.
Standards of behavior.
Never admit their mistakes.
Take advantage of the power they have.
Match their actions to their values.
Have no internal compass.
Yes, and it was a great experience.
Yes, but it didn't work out.
No, but I would like (to be) one.
No, and I don't want (to be) one.
Talking to a good friend.
Reflecting on your personal story.
Talking to a religious figure in your life.
Taking an online assessment.
Listen to others' input
Discuss problems when they arise
Fail to clearly explain plans
Expect a lot from their team
I'm not sure
Take several shallow breaths.
Employ a speechwriter.
Take a deep breath.
Improvise when in the spotlight.
I am a born leader.
I can step up to the plate when necessary, but I prefer to let others lead.
I am almost always a follower.
I'm not sure.
Barack Obama communicates with citizens and builds coalitions to make joint decisions.
Hitler exercised complete control over Germany and made all major decisions.
Steve Jobs give his employees free reign, and empowered them to take charge of their own projects.
Selma is president of her class, and always asks her classmates' opinion before starting any new project.
A partner in crime.
Lots of money.
Help from the government.
Courage and stamina.
Yes, several; I look up to them as role models.
People usually tell me who to respect, so I do it.
Not really; I've never thought about it.
No, I respect no one.
Kenny is the school president, and during his campaign he promised to change an unpopular school policy. Instead of doing anything about it, he sucked up to the principal, and nothing changed.
Lola is the captain of a group of street performers. Instead of getting to know the other performers on the street, she is rude to them and brags about her team.
Nellie is running a political campaign that you are working on. Every morning, she arrives early at the office with doughnuts and a schedule for the day.
Clark is a medical student and tells his patients about the dangers of smoking, but every day he smokes a pack of cigarettes on his lunch break.
Candy is about to join the high school softball team. She has never played the sport before and is pretty nervous.
Diego is at the top of his class and tutors others at his school in both biology and history.
Kevin is spending a year abroad in Morocco. He speaks no Arabic and has trouble reading a map.
Both Candy and Kevin could benefit from having a mentor.