In part two of this series, John covers the final qualities of a good role model: friendship and support, as well as competence. He ends this lesson by painting a picture of what a growth environment looks like. This picture will help you, as a role model, asses if your environment contributes to the growth of others. If you’re someone looking for a role model, this picture will help you identify if your environment cultivates growing leaders.

Mark Cole and Traci Morrow follow up John’s lesson by sharing how they exhibit care and support to those they lead. Traci also points out why seeing your own value should precede setting your priorities.

Our BONUS resource for this series is the People Do What People See Worksheet, which includes fill-in-the-blank notes from John’s teaching. You can download the worksheet by visiting and clicking “Download the Bonus Resource.”


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