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This chapter highlights reflective practice as the core element of the ongoing art of introspective leadership. Firstly, while there is no one without the other, what does exist here is a dependent and independent variable. The independent variable, reflective practice, undeniably begins with self. Any person committed to a life of professional development must realize that one's personal development comes first. The introspection and assiduous work required is prodigious, to say the least. A practitioner understands that this work is cyclical in nature. As underlined in this chapter, it is essential to recognize the role of introspection in leadership. This work is a recurrent process; all actions, reactions, and interactions are interconnected, and it is imperative that leaders spend sufficient time analyzing, personalizing, and reinforcing these constructs.
Johnson, N. N. (2023). Leadership in Action: An Introspective Reflection. In D. Roache (Ed.), Transformational Leadership Styles, Management Strategies, and Communication for Global Leaders (pp. 43-57). IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-6684-8822-5.ch003