Identify the leadership theory that defines your style and explain why.

You will create a Personal Leadership Philosophy that will become the roadmap for you in a public safety leadership position. Select what public safety organization you will lead: law enforcement, fire services, emergency management, etc. Craft your leadership philosophy to fit the organization you will lead.

Follow the guidance in the articles listed below. Your Personal Leadership Philosophy should include the following elements:

1.Identify the leadership theory that defines your style and explain why
2. Description of who you are, your values, and your priorities,
3. Define core values you live by, what you expect of organizational members, what they can expect of you, and how you will evaluate your performance,
4. Determine your goals or the desired results/outcomes you are striving for as a leader.
5. Describe your guiding principles refer to your personal beliefs and values you consider when leading others.
6. Define the way you will conduct yourself to ultimately reach a favorable outcome.

Please remember that the Personal Leadership Philosophy statement is personal to you. Refer to the references listed below for further guidance on how to write a Personal Leadership Philosophy statement. Also, conduct your own research to find examples of how to compose your leadership philosophy statement.