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Great leaders Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Great Leaders
  • 2. From Where Do our Ideas about Leadership come?
  • 3. Source of Ideas
    • From…
      • being led and practical example
      • reading and observing others
      • formal instruction and training
      • practical experience: trial and error
  • 4. Admired Leader
    • What was the context in which the leader operated?
    • What was the leader’s general character?
  • 5. Admired Leader
    • Which parts of his or her character would generally be seen as strengths, and which weaknesses?
    • In what ways did he or she display leadership?
  • 6. What is leadership?
    • Who has it?
    • Are some people better leaders than others?
    • Are there people who will play a leading role regardless of the situation?
  • 7. What is leadership?
    • Do you have a working definition of leadership?
    • A leader is someone who can…
  • 8. Know Thyself 1 of 3
    • Weaknesses are not a bad thing p rovided the leader knows them.
    • Strengths The leader has certain strengths. He/she should not take them for granted.
  • 9. Know Thyself 2 of 3
    • Image
    • A leader projects an image. He/she should know what it is, and how to change it.
  • 10. Know Thyself 3 of 3
    • Types
    • There are many types of successful leaders.
    • Would-be leaders should learn from others, but not clone them.
  • 11. Leadership concerns vision and inspiration. Good leaders in any setting have the ability to expand the notion of the group as to what it is possible for them to achieve.
  • 12. Workshop Debriefing
    • What have I learned about my understanding of leadership-up to now?
    • What does a leader need to be able to do?
    • What have I learned about my own approach to leadership, that I intend to change?
  • 13. Summary “ Great Leaders are made not Born”
  • 14. Conclusion & Questions
  • 15. Great Leaders