Self Leadership Scorecard (TM)

All leadership begins with self-leadership. This scorecard is designed to assess the level of self-leadership you are employing and the practices you engage in to enjoy your success and be a balanced leader. There are 6 arenas of life that are essential to leadership effectiveness, and each of these areas have certain practices that promote health, balance, enjoyment and satisfaction. For each practice select the option that accurately describes the frequency you engage in that practice over the past month.

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* 1. Physical: The arena of our life that provides medical health and energy.

  Daily Often Occasionally Never
Diet: An intentional eating plan with goals.
Exercise: An intentional routine with goals.
Rest: 7-9 hours of sleep/night.
Time: Intentionally having a plan and a rhythm for your day.
Aesthetics: Intentionally placing yourself in environments that are inspiring and beautiful.

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* 2. Intellectual: The arena of our life to allows us to understanding and apply solutions to an array of challenges.

  Daily Often Occasionally Never
Reading: An intentional plan to read in and outside your field of expertise.
Writing: An intentional allotment of time for the purpose of expressing ideas.
Listening: Active engagement with others in your life and in and outside your field.
Mindfulness: Intentional practices to be present and aware.
Hobbies: Allowing time to participate in recreational activities you enjoy or are learning.

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* 3. Financial: The arena of our life that allows us to monitor our performance and create security for self and others.

  Daily Often Occasionally Never
Budgeting: The basic financial discipline of goal setting your income and expenses.
Earning: The purposeful practice of earning as much as you can while providing value.
Saving: Regularly and appropriately setting money aside for future needs.
Giving/Generosity: The practice of contributing financially to people and causes you value.
Stewardship: The practice of holding things loosely, and not being owned by stuff.

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* 4. Emotional: The arena of our life that allows to feel and experience accurately our efforts and responses.

  Daily Often Occasionally Never
Renewal: Intentionally engaging in activities that energize and restore a sense of well-being.
Tolerations: The intentional removal of anything that is draining energy from your life.
Laughter/Fun: Intentionally being with people or in environments that inspire fun.
Gratitude: The intentional practice of verbally expressing appreciation to people.
Risk: The appropriate and intentional choice to pursue adventure.

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* 5. Relational: The arena of our life that allows us to form connections with others that brings value and purpose.

  Daily Often Occasionally Never
Alone Time / Reflection: The allocation of time for the purpose of thinking and looking back.
Family: The intentional investment of time and resources to create a healthy unit.
Friendships: The intentional investment of time and emotion to form meaningful peer relationships.
Word Choice: Preparing for important conversations that promote relational health.
Mentoring

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* 6. Spiritual: The arena of our life that allows us to have perspective, humility in the face of accomplishment, and provide meaning.

  Daily Often Occasionally Never
Prayer: The practice of conversation with God.
Study: The intentional practice of discovering and learning about your faith.
Devotion/Worship: The practice of taking time to engage head and heart in honoring God.
Service: The allocation of time and resources to help those in need.
Community: The meaningful participation in a group formed around a shared value.

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* 7. What is your name?

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* 8. At what email address would you like to be contacted?

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* 9. What is the best phone number to reach you at?

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