Principle Centered Leadership

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My book review of principle centred leadership. Author - Dr. Steven R. Covey

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  • Spiritual and value based leadership
  • DAVID NILMAAN
  • Scarcity mentality Finite pie: If some one gets a big piece that means the others are getting smaller pieces. There is plenty out there for every one Interacting, sharing, completing..
  • The Book is divided into two sections: Personal and interpersonal effectiveness. Managerial and organizational development. Personal and interpersonal effectiveness: talked a lot about enriching and enhancing the character: Seven habits of highly effective people, three restraining forces and how to overcome them, seven deadly sins to avoid .. Etc. We choose to talk about characteristics of principle centered leaders.
  • Managers maintain structures whereas leaders Create a culture based on shared values
  • KEY STAKEHOLDERS JAPAN TEACHING TQM FOR ELIMINTARY STUDENTS
  • Principle Centered Leadership

    1. 1. • About the author.• Concept of Principle-Centered Leadership.• Level (1) : Personal.• Characteristics of principle centered leaders.• Level (2): Interpersonal.• Level (3): Managerial.• Level (4): Organizational.• Applicability on Syrian Society.
    2. 2. Born:October 24, 1932(age 78)Salt lake City, UtahEducation:BScMBA (Harvard)DRE: Doctor of religiouseducation
    3. 3. • Practice from the inside out• Each level is necessary but not sufficient
    4. 4. THE PERSONAL LEVEL- TRUSTWORTHINESS INTEGRITY CHARACTER MATURITY ABUNDENCE MENTALITYTRUSTWORTHINESS COMMUNICATION COMPETENCE PLANNING/ORGNIZATION SYNERGIC PROBLEM SOLVING
    5. 5. CHARACTERISTICS OF PRINCIPLE CENTERED LEADERS They are: • Continually learning. • Service oriented. BODY • Radiate positive energy. • Believe in other people. • Lead balanced lives. EMOTIONS HUMAN MIND • See life as an adventure. • Synergistic. • They exercise for self renewal. SOUL
    6. 6. THE INTERPERSONAL LEVEL- TRUST T.W TRUST T.W TRUST T.W TR T T TR US US TR T US US US US TR TR T T TR TT.W TRUST T.W TR TRUST T.W TRUST T.W TR T T US US US US TR TR T TR T T US US TR T T.W T.W T.W TRUST TRUST
    7. 7. 3. Win/Win Agreement Trust 4. Self- Supervision5. Accountability 2. Skills •Communication •Planning/ Organization •Synergic Problem Solving 1. Character •Integrity •Maturity •Abundance Mentality Control Plan Do 6. Helpful Structures & Systems
    8. 8. Style Benevolent Authorization Use of Talents Empowerment Authorization Need Economic Social/Emotional Psychological SpiritualMetaphor Stomach Heart Mind whole personPrinciple Fairness Kindness Efficiency Meaning Tool Motivation Teamwork HRD WIN/WIN People Economic Beings Socioeconomic Cognitive Beings Spiritual beings
    9. 9. Vision strategy, structure,Mission systems,Values styles and skills, minds and hearts of stakeholders
    10. 10. • Changing must abide the LAWS OF THE FARM:  You cannot harvest what you don’t plant and nurture.  There are no shortcuts – the nature should run it full course, not yours.• Changing starts from the basic unit (The person).• All stakeholders must participate in creating the appropriate principle-centered learning environment. (next slide)
    11. 11. PARENTS AND FAMILIESGOVERNMENTAL TEACHERS AND ENTITIES INSTRUCTORS BUSINESS SCHOOLS’ ENVIRONMENT BOARDS COMMUNITY

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