Developing Leadership, Goal Setting Workshop

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  • 1. Developing Leadership & Goal Setting for Hindu Australian’s
  • 2. Let down!
    • Life is a race...If you don’t run fast ...you will be like broken anda (egg)...
    Inspiration
    • One who works in devotion, who is a pure soul, and who controls his mind and senses is dear to everyone, and everyone is dear to him. Though always working, such a man is never entangled.
    - Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 5, Verse 7.
    Challenge
    • ‘Leaders are born, not made'!
  • Experiment
    Aim: To make a reliable and a just leader to serve Hindu/Indian community.
    Materials/ What you need:
    • A good role model
    • 3. An achievable goal/vision
    • 4. Determination to strive towards your goal
    • 5. Collectable resources
    Conclusion:
    Ongoing developed cycle of leaders to serve Hindu/ Indian community.
  • 6. Let’s start with you...
    Exercise
    • Make a list of all the people who you consider role models. People who have inspired you, who get your creative juices going.
    • 7. How difficult did you find even thinking about that?
    • 8. Out of that list circle the one whom you think has changed your life for the better.
    • 9. Now think about what qualities those people have that are attractive to you, that make them inspiring.
    • 10. Now make a list of all the rules, patterns and beliefs you have. This exercise is just to see how well you know your behaviour.
    • Make two columns with headings : Strengths and Weakness
    You need to know what makes you tick...
    • Commitment? Persistence? Determination? Or Resilience?
  • GOALS/VISION
    Specific
    Measureable
    • Goals: What do you want to achieve?
    Achievable
    • Ideas: What is possible?
    Realistic
    • Tests: What are the obstacles?
    Timed
    • Action: What steps will you make?
  • Balancing Act...
  • 11. Delegation, motivation, and communication.
    Building teams and teamwork.
    Forming a vision
    Developing human resources.
    Management
    Planning the strategy to realize the vision
    Building an innovative organization.
    Cultivating the art of leadership.
  • 12. When HYA began a year ago...
    • Lacked commitment
    • 13. Lacked a vision
    Hindu Youth Australia (HYA)
    • Lacked determination
    • 14. Lacked team work
    HYA Today...
  • 15. HYA and YOU!
    Interested Members
    • Just turn up to our events!
    • 16. Volunteer – Consistent participation with our events
    • 17. Offer to start something fresh inline with HYA
    • 18. Quality time spent in organising
    • 19. Continue the great work until you get to the core committee.
    DISCOVER!
    UNITE!
    LEAD!
  • 20. What are you going to get out of this?
    • Igniting the hidden potential!
    • 21. Expanding your skills!
    • 22. Enriching in the experience that HYA has to offer