Module 1 Quiz of Self Awareness and the Effective Leader
Bloom’s Taxonomy as presented in this course has six levels. Other assessment systems may use different numbers of levels. See also the Bloom’s Taxonomy video in this module.
“Using the knowledge gained in new and useful ways” refers to the “Creating” level of Bloom’s Taxonomy. See also the video on Bloom’s Taxonomy in this module.
We will be referring to Bloom’s Taxonomy as a measurement system throughout this certificate program. See also the Bloom’s Taxonomy video in this module.
Most engineering organizations have some form of skill assessment hierarchy. There are many possible variations using somewhat different terms and levels. See also the Bloom’s Taxonomy video in this module.
See the RCEL Leadership Framework video in this module as well as the RCEL Leadership Framework document provided. While Communications is a critical aspect of leadership, in the RCEL Framework, it is the linkage among the four primary domains, and as such is not a distinct domain.
See also the Goal Setting video in this module. Setting and achieving goals is fundamentally important to personal success as well as effective leadership. As such, it is a key competency in the Personal domain of the RCEL Leadership Framework.
See the Personality Assessment video in this module. While the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a useful assessment tool, most academic research is based on the Big Five.
See also the Personal Meeting video in this module. While the other techniques listed here may be useful, the best way to remember names is to use them frequently during the conversation.
See also the Engineering Leadership video in this module. The key elements of this model are Communications, Decision Making, Problem Solving, Managing Relationships, and Delivering Results through project management.