Leaders bring their full selves to the work. This can only happen when they understand their experiences, values, strengths, goals, passions, and flat spots – who they are, what they care about and believe, what they know (and don’t), and what they attend to (and ignore). Imagine that you have been asked to write your leadership autobiography. It is defined as the story of your life that emphasizes the people, places, and events that have had the greatest influence on your understanding of leadership and of yourself as leader. Prepare a Power Point which outlines your notes for your leadership autobiography – an account of your life that focuses on events, people, and places that have influenced how you view leadership and yourself as a leader.