Everyday Leadership Drew Dudley Lollipop Moments Question

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Answer below questions in 1000 words use at least peer reviewed journal. Use APA format.

Everyday Leadership.

Simply put, everyday leadership is when employees take intentional and daily action to foster better connection, communication and community within their organization, while working together toward one shared vision. A moment where someone said something or did something that you feel fundamentally made your life better? We need to redefine leadership as being about lollipop moments, how many of them we create, how many of them we acknowledge, how many of them we pay forward, and how many of them we say thank you for.

Google: Drew Dudley 'Lollipop Moments' on Youtube.

1. Have you had a lollipop moment?

2. How comfortable are you taking credit for your leadership or something else you do well?

3. How easily do you give credit to others?

4. Is drawing attention to oneself ever a useful strategy?



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Have you had a lollipop moment?

After evaluating the story by Dudley (2010), I was assured that I had multiple lollipop
moments. Dudley (2010) describes lollipop moments as situations where an individual does or
says something that critically improves one’s life. Therefore, I have encountered moments where
people completed things that left a positive depth impact on my life—the other way round is also
accurate. There are different moments I have done things or said words that dramatically
improved other people’s lives. All moments in my life happen at ironic times when I needed a
boost to keep winning or help others achieve what they could not. For instance, one of my
friends was weak at PS4, where he lost the game to everyone. But one day, I chose to allow him
to win intentionally. Above that, I told him that he kept losing because he had set a mentality that
he must lose. Therefore, after the game, I said to him that winning or loose is dictated by our
mentality; hence if we see ourselves weak, we will keep losing. This was my lollipop moment
since it reflected on real life, where we should have a winning mentality even before we start any
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