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4 Ways Leaders Approach Tasks: Leaders Motivation
Attitude is everything when approaching a task. That's the takeaway from a learning exercise that asks teens to consider the four ways leaders approach tasks.
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leadership, social-emotional learning, critical thinking, self-awareness, self-perception, self reflection, motivation, Social & Emotional Learning
- Have the class brainstorm directives that model each of the four types of task approaches
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