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Are you a teen leader

  1. 1. Are you a TEEN LEADER?Rimbunan Academy
  2. 2. Speaker BackgroundChan Chee Mang (Carmen)Facebook/ MSN: Jessicallison_ccm90@hotmail.comEducation BackgroundExperiencesCompany Background Rimbunan Academy
  3. 3. Today’s schedule:•Understand the need of communication.•To train future leaders with 4-H(Leader’s personal, characteristics, etc)•Learn and Explore tools to use for teenleaders. Rimbunan Academy
  4. 4. Communication Cycle1) Get into 2 rows of 10.2) No talking or turning around.3) You will be drawing a picture on the back of the person in front of you.4) The last person has to share what was drawn.Lesson: A complete communication should have passed through the 6 stepswhere there will be 6 roles which are...... Rimbunan Academy
  5. 5. Who is a 4-H Teen Leader?A 4-H teen leader is a young person who is:Between the ages of 13 and 19 years old.Learning and developing leadership skills.Using his/her knowledge, skills and abilities tohelp others meet their goals.Practicing leadership skills through variousactivities and reflecting on the leadershipexperiences. Rimbunan Academy
  6. 6. Do you have what a Leaderrequires??? 1) Take a blank A4 paper 2) Draw a person 3) Write down your view about what a Leader should have… Rimbunan Academy
  7. 7. Define Leadership…Leadership is the ability to motivate, inspireand create an environment for eachindividual to pro-actively participate in family,community and citizenship affairs for thebetterment of the family, community andworld. Rimbunan Academy
  8. 8. CHARACTERISTICS of a TeenLeader…1) Get into groups of five.2) Brainstorm characteristics of a teen leader.3) Draw a picture or pictures showing the characteristics that a teen leader should have. Rimbunan Academy
  9. 9. SKILLS…VisioningCommunicatingDecision making and problem solvingResolving conflicts (negotiating)Thinking criticallyDeveloping ethical characterGaining self-confidenceDeveloping job skills Rimbunan Academy
  10. 10. Leadership OBJECTIVES…To develop a broad concept of leadershipTo develop a concern for every individual and a concernfor the group, recognizing that each individual is ofpersonal worthTo acquire skills and understanding in working withgroupsTo instill in the minds of teen leaders the importance ofinvolving everyone concerned as a means of developingleadership in othersTo provide an opportunity for teen leaders to practicetheir skills Rimbunan Academy
  11. 11. Leadership & Leaders
  12. 12. How , Where, When can TeenLeadership performed??? Rimbunan Academy
  13. 13. Examples…Lead a clinic for younger members.Become a youth mentor.Organize a community service project.Be a camp counselor .Teach younger youth a skill.Join and participate in a committee.Give demonstrations and presentations tonon4-H members.Work as an officer or chairperson of a clubor committee.And so on… Rimbunan Academy
  14. 14. What is leadership?Leading people Influencing people Commanding people Guiding people
  15. 15. Types of Leaders Leader by the position achieved Leader by personality, charisma Leader by moral example Leader by power held Intellectual leader Leader because of ability to accomplish things
  16. 16. Leaders Focus on people Do the right things Inspire Influence Motivate Build Shape entities
  17. 17. Common Activities  Planning  Organizing  Directing  Controlling
  18. 18. Planning Leader  Devises strategy  Sets direction  Creates vision
  19. 19. OrganizingLeader Gets people on board for strategy Communication Networks
  20. 20. Directing Work Leader  Empowers people  Cheerleader
  21. 21. ControllingLeader Motivate Inspire Gives sense of accomplishment
  22. 22. Leadership Traits Intelligence  Personality ◦ More intelligent ◦ Verbal facility than non-leaders ◦ Honesty ◦ Scholarship ◦ Initiative ◦ Knowledge ◦ Aggressive ◦ Being able to get ◦ Self-confident things done ◦ Ambitious Physical ◦ Originality ◦ Doesn’t see to be ◦ Sociability correlated ◦ Adaptability
  23. 23. Leadership Styles Delegating  Selling ◦ Low relationship/ low ◦ High task/high task relationship ◦ Responsibility ◦ Explain decisions ◦ Willing employees ◦ Willing but unable Participating  Telling ◦ High relationship/ low ◦ High Task/Low task relationship ◦ Facilitate decisions ◦ Provide instruction ◦ Able but unwilling ◦ Closely supervise
  24. 24. New Leaders Take Note  Challenges General Advice ◦ Need knowledge ◦ Take advantage of quickly the transition ◦ Establish new period relationships ◦ Get advice and ◦ Expectations counsel ◦ Personal ◦ Show empathy to equilibrium predecessor ◦ Learn leadership
  25. 25. New Leader Traps Not learning quickly  Captured by Isolation wrong people  Successor Know-it-all syndrome Keeping existing team Taking on too much
  26. 26. Seven Basic Principles Have two to three years to make measurable financial and cultural progress Come in knowing current strategy, goals, and challenges. Form hypothesis on operating priorities Balance intense focus on priorities with flexibility on implementation….
  27. 27. Seven Basic Principles, con’t  Decide about new organization architecture  Build personal credibility and momentum  Earn right to transform entity  Remember there is no “one” way to manage a transition
  28. 28. Core Tasks Create Momentum Master technologies of learning, visioning, and coalition building Manage oneself
  29. 29. Create Momentum Learn and know  Foundation for about company change Securing early ◦ Vision of how the wins organization will ◦ First set short look term goals ◦ Build political base ◦ When achieved to support change make a big deal ◦ Modify culture to ◦ Should fit long term strategy fit vision
  30. 30. Create Momentum Build credibility ◦ Demanding but can be satisfied ◦ Accessible but not too familiar ◦ Focused but flexible ◦ Active ◦ Can make tough calls but humane
  31. 31. Manage Oneself Be self-aware  Types of help Define your ◦ Technical leadership style ◦ Political Get advice and ◦ Personal counsel  Advisor traits ◦ Advice is from ◦ Competent expert to leader ◦ Trustworthy ◦ Counsel is ◦ Enhance your insight status
  32. 32. How Far Can You Go?

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