Self-leadership means recognising, exercising and improving your own leadership.

Bryant and Kazan (2012) define self-leadership as someone having a developed sense of who they are, what they can do and where they are going. Coupled with this is the ability to influence communication, emotions, and behaviours.

So, self-leadership is about you, and your qualities - and your willingness to examine and change these.

The leadership qualities relating to self-leadership are:

  • Demonstrating and adapting leadership
  • Improving own leadership
  • Enabling intelligent risk-taking
  • Demonstrating and promoting resilience
  • Challenging discrimination and inequality

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