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  • 1. LEADER SHIP<br />
  • 2. AREA OF DISCUSSION<br /><ul><li>What is Leadership?
  • 3. Are Leaders Born or Made?
  • 4. Examples of Good Leaders
  • 5. Leadership 101
  • 6. Sources of Human Conflict
  • 7. Leadership Principles
  • 8. Leadership Cycle and Four Major Factors
  • 9. The Most Important Words
  • 10. Closing Comments</li></li></ul><li>AREA OF DISCUSSION<br /><ul><li>What is Leadership?
  • 11. Are Leaders Born or Made?
  • 12. Examples of Good Leaders
  • 13. Leadership 101
  • 14. Sources of Human Conflict
  • 15. Leadership Principles
  • 16. Leadership Cycle and Four Major Factors
  • 17. The Most Important Words
  • 18. Closing Comments
  • 19. Leadership is a process by which a person influences others to accomplish an objective and directs the organization in a way that makes it more organized and logical. </li></li></ul><li>AREA OF DISCUSSION<br /><ul><li>What is Leadership?
  • 20. Are Leaders Born or Made?
  • 21. Examples of Good Leaders
  • 22. Leadership 101
  • 23. Sources of Human Conflict
  • 24. Leadership Principles
  • 25. Leadership Cycle and Four Major Factors
  • 26. The Most Important Words
  • 27. Closing Comments
  • 28. Good leaders are made not born. If you have the desire and willpower, you can become an effective leader. Good leaders develop through a never ending process of self-study, education, training, and experience. </li></li></ul><li>AREA OF DISCUSSION<br /><ul><li>What is Leadership?
  • 29. Are Leaders Born or Made?
  • 30. Examples of Good Leaders
  • 31. Leadership 101
  • 32. Sources of Human Conflict
  • 33. Leadership Principles
  • 34. Leadership Cycle and Four Major Factors
  • 35. The Most Important Words
  • 36. Closing Comments
  • 37. Do you have some examples of good leaders?
  • 38. What qualities made them good leaders?</li></li></ul><li>AREA OF DISCUSSION<br /><ul><li>What is Leadership?
  • 39. Are Leaders Born or Made?
  • 40. Examples of Good Leaders
  • 41. Leadership 101
  • 42. Sources of Human Conflict
  • 43. Leadership Principles
  • 44. Leadership Cycle and Four Major Factors
  • 45. The Most Important Words
  • 46. Closing Comments</li></ul>Becoming an effective leader is not easy<br /> Part skill development<br />And Past experience<br />Remember, Leadership is Action, not Position<br />Power does not make you a leader...it<br />Simply makes you the boss<br />How do YOU become an effective<br />leader?<br />No “cook book formula” Situational, as<br />Well as individual<br />
  • 47. AREA OF DISCUSSION<br /><ul><li>Inconsistent
  • 48. Dishonest
  • 49. Inflexible
  • 50. Afraid to make decision
  • 51. Poor communicator
  • 52. Isn’t punctual
  • 53. Superiority viewpoint
  • 54. Lack of trust
  • 55. Unrealistic expectations
  • 56. Doesn’t share recognition
  • 57. “forgets” commitments
  • 58. Doesn’t care
  • 59. Isn’t accountable
  • 60. Refuses to admit errors
  • 61. Doesn’t listen
  • 62. Lacks enthusiasm
  • 63. Lacks respect for others
  • 64. What is Leadership?
  • 65. Are Leaders Born or Made?
  • 66. Examples of Good Leaders
  • 67. Leadership 101
  • 68. Sources of Human Conflict
  • 69. Leadership Principles
  • 70. Leadership Cycle and Four Major Factors
  • 71. The Most Important Words
  • 72. Closing Comments</li></li></ul><li>AREA OF DISCUSSION<br />A Principle is a “Tested form of Action”, proven useful in the skill of leadership<br />In isolation, principles are ineffective - must be applied based on the situation<br /><ul><li>Help identify root cause of conflict</li></ul> guidelines to find mutually beneficial <br /> solutions<br />Seek to understand the sources of conflict within a team, and find win-win solutions<br /><ul><li>What is Leadership?
  • 73. Are Leaders Born or Made?
  • 74. Examples of Good Leaders
  • 75. Leadership 101
  • 76. Sources of Human Conflict
  • 77. Leadership Principles
  • 78. Leadership Cycle and Four Major Factors
  • 79. The Most Important Words
  • 80. Closing Comments</li></li></ul><li>Leadership Principles<br /><ul><li> Show Interest
  • 81. Positive Approach
  • 82. Complaints
  • 83. Promises
  • 84. Get the Facts
  • 85. Discussion Basis
  • 86. Design an Approach
  • 87. Explain Why
  • 88. Admit Mistakes
  • 89. Reasonable Expectations
  • 90. Be Prompt
  • 91. Compliment
  • 92. Prepare for Change</li></li></ul><li>Show Interest<br /><ul><li>Develop a Relationship
  • 93. Frequent personal contact - LISTEN to others
  • 94. Keep an open and honest attitude
  • 95. Take time to learn & understand other people’s needs
  • 96. Sell ideas based on merit, value to others
  • 97. Never force a personal agenda
  • 98. Offer suggestions to help others</li></li></ul><li>Positive Approach<br /><ul><li>Consider other person’s feelings & objectives in planning what you do/say
  • 99. Plan before you speak
  • 100. Give “benefit of the doubt”
  • 101. Avoid jumping to conclusions
  • 102. Consider other’s point of view and emotional state
  • 103. Keep negative emotion out of discussion</li></li></ul><li>Complaints<br /><ul><li>View complaints not as personal criticism, but as valuable feedback and suggestions</li></ul> Not easy to do, but working relationships improved when regularly practiced<br /><ul><li>Address complaints quickly, Listen to whole story
  • 104. Remain composed, calm - avoid interruptions
  • 105. Show problem is understood by restating it, Ask questions to clarify misunderstandings
  • 106. Show appreciation, and indicate what will be done
  • 107. FOLLOW UP with action </li></li></ul><li>Promises<br /><ul><li>Make few promises, and keep them!
  • 108. Credibility lost when leadership fails to keep promises
  • 109. Ensure commitment is realistic and attainable
  • 110. Keep stakeholders informed of progress
  • 111. If situations change, and promise cannot be kept:
  • 112. Immediately contact those affected, avoid rumors
  • 113. Explain carefully and thoroughly the reasons
  • 114. Allow free feedback, consider others
  • 115. Follow up with mutually agreed corrective actions</li></li></ul><li>Get “THE FACTS”<br /><ul><li>Examine all facts of a situation
  • 116. Evaluate evidence
  • 117. Allow everyone involved to express viewpoint
  • 118. Consider other’s rights, what’s fair
  • 119. Ignore unsubstantiated information
  • 120. Base decisions on logical thinking, not emotions</li></li></ul><li>Discussion Basis<br /><ul><li>Keep it a business-like discussion
  • 121. Stick to the subject
  • 122. Listen respectfully
  • 123. Avoid getting hung up on personalities
  • 124. Grant that other person “may have something”
  • 125. Do not loose temper
  • 126. Plan the time and place for the discussion</li></li></ul><li>Design An Approach<br /><ul><li>Approach appeals to other’s motivations and emotions
  • 127. Be pleasant, remain calm
  • 128. Use questions, and listen to responses
  • 129. Observe body language, clues to other’s feelings
  • 130. Give direct answers
  • 131. Speak in a manner the other participants understand/relate to</li></li></ul><li>Explain Why<br /><ul><li>Reasons why/why not
  • 132. Be truthful
  • 133. Show willingness to answer questions
  • 134. Let others “in on the know”
  • 135. Present the complete story</li></li></ul><li>Admit Mistake<br /><ul><li>Recognize no one is perfect
  • 136. Natural tendency is to avoid sharing or rationalizing a mistake
  • 137. No mistakes => is employee or leader really doing anything? At least not taking risks
  • 138. Determine who is affected by mistake, and if any corrective action needed
  • 139. Recognize mistake was made, regardless of how discovered. Show mistakes are learning opportunities
  • 140. Document “lessons learned” for each project</li></li></ul><li>Reasonable Expectations<br /><ul><li>Present fair/realistic expectations
  • 141. Listen completely to any objections
  • 142. Restate objections, outlining competing positions and underlying reasoning
  • 143. Use illustrations and examples
  • 144. Present complete picture, and rationale for subsequent decision</li></li></ul><li>Be PROMPT<br /><ul><li>Be responsive to situations / issues
  • 145. Does not mean need to always act immediately
  • 146. Be consistent, use a structured problem solving technique
  • 147. Base decisions on facts, if this takes time
  • 148. promptly acknowledge understanding of situation
  • 149. Let others know what is going on
  • 150. Allow others to assist, give choices of alternatives
  • 151. Always follow up!</li></li></ul><li>Compliment<br /><ul><li>Always give recognition where deserved
  • 152. Ensure sincere and consistent
  • 153. Understand each person is an individual, tailor recognition to be meaningful to the person
  • 154. Recognition can be simple, a note of thanks
  • 155. Decide whether best kept personal or public
  • 156. Give commendation for special accomplishments & efforts
  • 157. Do not overlook contributions, especially if others recognition is public</li></li></ul><li>Prepare for Changes<br /><ul><li>Prepare others in advance for changes affecting them
  • 158. Change is threatening! And a fact of modern life
  • 159. Review impending change, determine effect on others
  • 160. Determine what/how much information should be disseminated
  • 161. Understand and explain reasons for change
  • 162. Select right time, forum for communications
  • 163. Promptly publicize news
  • 164. Listen & respond to questions, suggestions</li></li></ul><li>AREA OF DISCUSSION<br /><ul><li>What is Leadership?
  • 165. Are Leaders Born or Made?
  • 166. Examples of Good Leaders
  • 167. Leadership 101
  • 168. Sources of Human Conflict
  • 169. Leadership Principles
  • 170. Leadership Cycle and Four Major Factors
  • 171. The Most Important Words
  • 172. Closing Comments
  • 173. Common to all leadership styles is a process
  • 174. Varies according to style, each has consistent process</li></ul>PLAN<br />DELEGATE<br />RECOGNIZE<br />FOLLOW UP<br />
  • 175. AREA OF DISCUSSION<br /><ul><li>What is Leadership?
  • 176. Are Leaders Born or Made?
  • 177. Examples of Good Leaders
  • 178. Leadership 101
  • 179. Sources of Human Conflict
  • 180. Leadership Principles
  • 181. Leadership Cycle and Four Major Factors
  • 182. The Most Important Words
  • 183. Closing Comments</li></ul>Follower - Different people require different styles<br />Leader – Know yourself as a leader, people will decide on their own whether to follow you<br />Communication – Two-way, you must set the example<br />Situation -all are different, use judgment to determine best course of action<br />
  • 184. AREA OF DISCUSSION<br /><ul><li>What is Leadership?
  • 185. Are Leaders Born or Made?
  • 186. Examples of Good Leaders
  • 187. Leadership 101
  • 188. Sources of Human Conflict
  • 189. Leadership Principles
  • 190. Leadership Cycle and Four Major Factors
  • 191. The Most Important Words
  • 192. Closing Comments
  • 193. The six most important words: "I admit I made a mistake."
  • 194. The five most important words: "You did a good job."
  • 195. The four most important words: "What is your opinion."
  • 196. The three most important words: "If you please."
  • 197. The two most important words: "Thank you,"
  • 198. The one most important word: "We"
  • 199. The least most important word: "I"</li></ul>- Author “Durlbin C”<br />
  • 200. AREA OF DISCUSSION<br /><ul><li>What is Leadership?
  • 201. Are Leaders Born or Made?
  • 202. Examples of Good Leaders
  • 203. Leadership 101
  • 204. Sources of Human Conflict
  • 205. Leadership Principles
  • 206. Leadership Cycle and Four Major Factors
  • 207. The Most Important Words
  • 208. Closing Comments
  • 209. Plan and Do!
  • 210. You learn from the experience
  • 211. Don’t be afraid of mistakes
  • 212. Make decisions with participation, and data
  • 213. As a leader, you have responsibilities to others
  • 214. BE DECISIVE</li></li></ul><li>"Leadership determines the direction of the company, <br />Organization determines the potential of the company,Personnel determine the success of the company".<br />
  • 215. Questions PLEASE<br />THANKS<br />

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