Path to Leadership Level I
Badge earners have undergone a process of leadership exploration, identification of core values, purpose, and personal mission, that lead to authentic and trusting relationships. Earners have a personal trajectory toward their preferred future and have leadership skills across six dimensions of intelligence to build capacity, have positive relationships, resolve conflicts and develop trust. Earners understand mentoring relationships and strategies for dealing with mentoring challenges.
What it takes to earn this badge
To earn this badge, participants must complete three AOTA CE courses from the Mindful Path to Leadership Series--courses 1, 2 and 3. When applicable, a score of 75% must be acheived on an assessment activity.
A Mindful Path to Leadership Series Module 1: Introduction. This module supports the exploration of leadership from the inside out through the identification of core values, purpose, and person mission, leading to authentic and trusting relationships with others. This module will help you to identify what you want to accomplish with your life and create a personal trajectory to put you on a mindful path toward your preferred future.
A Mindful Path to Leadership Series Module 2: Building Leadership Skills This is the second module in the A Mindful Path to Leadership Series will help develop your leadership skills across six dimensions of intelligence to support your ability to build capacity in yourself and others, build positive relationships, resolve conflicts and develop trust within teams. This module builds upon the first module and will continue to facilitate your successful progression along your mindful path.
A Mindful Path Module 3: Mentoring and Leadership explores the roles/responsibilities associated with being a mentor and mentee, and identifies strategies for finding a mentor. Structures and models for mentoring relationships and strategies for dealing with challenges are explored. Personality tests and professional development tools for leadership skills are presented, and the importance of incorporating reflective practice and outcome evaluation in the mentoring process is addressed.
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