Sharing of transformative leadership learnings, by dr.shaikh tanveer ahmed (chief executive hands)

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  • 1. Sharing of Transformative Leadership Learnings by Dr. Shaikh Tanveer Ahmed Chief Executive-HANDS MBBS, MPH,Fellow of Public Health Institute California-USA
  • 2. Session 1Concept & Metaphor of Transformative Leadership Leaders are not born but made. 1.1
  • 3. Concept & Metaphor of Transformative Leadership 1.2
  • 4. Concept & Metaphor of Transformative LeadershipPrinciple: Principles are universal truths. Principles can be described as rules or laws that are universal in nature. These principles are about human behavior and set or govern the interaction between people in a society. 1.3
  • 5. Concept & Metaphor of Transformative LeadershipValues: Values differ in culture, religion, country and society. Values are sets of personal beliefs about good and bad, right and wrong, and about many other aspects of living and interacting in the society with others. 1.4
  • 6. Concept & Metaphor of Transformative Leadership Individual Exercise• Write down the purpose of your birth.• Write down key principles of your life. 1.5
  • 7. Concept & Metaphor of Transformative Leadership Personality Character 1.6
  • 8. Concept & Metaphor of Transformative LeadershipOur first energies should go to ourown character development, whichis often invisible to other, like theroots that sustain great trees. As wecultivate the roots, we will begin tosee the fruits. 1.7
  • 9. Concept & Metaphor of Transformative LeadershipMindset/ Paradigm: the way we see, understand, and interpret the world. 1.8
  • 10. Concept & Metaphor of Transformative LeadershipMAO Cycle Mindset Principle Outcome Attitude 1.9
  • 11. Concept & Metaphor of Transformative LeadershipMindset:A fixed mental attitude or disposition that predeterminesa persons responses to and interpretations of situations.Attitude:A predisposition or a tendency to respond positively ornegatively towards a certain idea, object, person, orsituation.Output:The result of your responses and actions. 1.10
  • 12. Concept & Metaphor of Transformative LeadershipThoughts repeated become actions,actions repeated develop intohabits, habits solidified translateinto character, a character cleavedto, creates our destiny. 1.11
  • 13. Session 2 Transformative Leadership Principle 1Everyone is responsiblefor his/ her own deeds.When we can no longer change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves. 2.1
  • 14. Transformative Leadership Principle 1 Reactive behavior Proactive Behavior 2.2
  • 15. Transformative Leadership Principle 1 Circle Of Influence 2.3
  • 16. Transformative Leadership Principle 1 Circle Of Influence 2.4
  • 17. Transformative Leadership Principle 1Proactive ReactiveClear direction No directionTake own decision Wait for others to take decisionTake responsibilities Avoid from taking responsibilitiesThink before act / take pauses Jump for reactionKeep relations happy Annoyed every one / blame othersTries to understand the circumstances Continuous insist on their desires/ loss ability to understand 2.5
  • 18. Transformative Leadership Principle 1 Exercise Group Work on Proactive and Reactive Behaviors 2.6
  • 19. Transformative Leadership Principle 110% of life is made up whathappen to you 90% of life isdecided by how you react. (Stephen Covey) 2.7
  • 20. Transformative Leadership Principle 1 MAO Cycle I am a product of my choices Mindset Principle Everyone is responsible for Outcome his/ her own Attitude deeds. Respond based onMore self awareness and principles and expandgreater self initiative circle of influence 2.8
  • 21. Session 3Transformative Leadership Principle 2 Imagination comes before creation. Destiny is not a matter of chance, but of choice. 3.1
  • 22. Transformative Leadership Principle 2 MAO Cycle I think before taking any action. Mindset Principle Imagination comes before Outcome creation. Attitude Spent time on planningDesired results and and direction setting.greater achievements 3.2
  • 23. Transformative Leadership Principle 2 Mental Creation Physical Creation A clear agenda and objective A productive meeting An architectural blueprint An office tower Extensive market research A successful new product An individual goal-setting A masters degree session A personal mission statement A life of contribution and fulfillment 3.3
  • 24. Transformative Leadership Principle 2• Dream without an action is just a dream. Dream with an action is a vision. 3.4
  • 25. Transformative Leadership Principle 2 No one can go back and make a brand-new Start, my friend; but any can start from here And make a brand-new end.--- Dan Zadra 3.5
  • 26. Transformative Leadership Principle 2 A visionPeace loving, satisfied, nature friendly peoples of Pakistan and the world. 3.6
  • 27. Transformative Leadership Principle 2 Exercise Share your life’s personal vision statement. 3.7
  • 28. Session 4Transformative Leadership Principle 3 Time is asset.Time is what we want most, but what we use worst. 4.1
  • 29. Transformative Leadership Principle 3 MAO Cycle I put important things first. Mindset Principle Time is asset. Outcome Attitude Plan daily, weekly andHealthy and prosperous monthly.life. 4.2
  • 30. Transformative Leadership Principle 3Important: Activities that represent your values, mission and highpriority goals.Urgent: Activities that require immediate attention. 4.3
  • 31. Transformative Leadership Principle 3 I II Crises Preparation Pressing problems Prevention Planning Deadlines-driven Relationship building Projects, meetings, Re-creation reports Values clarification (30%) III IV •Needless interruptions •Trivia, busywork Unnecessary reports Irrelevant phones calls, Unimportant meetings, mail, e-mail Phones Calls, mail, e-mail Time –waster Other people’s minor “Escape” activities issue Excessive TV, Internet, relaxation 4.4
  • 32. Session 5Transformative Leadership Principle 4Sharing leads to mutual respect and benefit. Work together to achieve more. 5.1
  • 33. Transformational Leadership Principle 4 What do we live for, if it is not make life less difficult for each other. 5.2
  • 34. Transformative Leadership Principle 4 MAO Cycle Allah has blessed enough for everyone. Mindset Principle Sharing leads to mutual respect Outcome and benefit. Attitude Seek mutual benefit andMore team building and respect.rich relationships. 5.3
  • 35. Transformative Leadership Principle 4Paradigms of Human Interaction: Win-Win Let’s find a solution that works for both of us. Characteristics Mutual benefits Cooperative Communication with courage 5.4
  • 36. Transformative Leadership Principle 4Paradigms of Human Interaction: WIN-LOSE I am going to beat you no matter what. Characteristics Common approach for most people Authoritarian in nature , Position, power, credentials 5.5
  • 37. Transformative Leadership Principle 4Paradigms of Human Interaction: LOSE-WIN I always get stepped on. Characteristics No demands, no expectations Feeling less Quick to please to appease 5.6
  • 38. Transformative Leadership Principle 4Paradigms of Human Interaction: LOSE-LOSE If I am going down, you’re going down with me also. Characteristics Mindset of highly independent persons No body gets benefit Long term result of win-lose or win 5.7
  • 39. Transformative Leadership Principle 4Paradigms of Human Interaction: WIN I don’t care if you lose or win. Characteristics Self centered Careless Unfairness 5.8
  • 40. Session 6Transformative Leadership Principle 5Effective communication depends on better understanding. Listening matters. 6.1
  • 41. Transformational Leadership Principle 5 Listen or your tongue will make you deaf. 6.2
  • 42. Transformational Leadership Principle 5 MAO Cycle I listen to understand others. Mindset Principle Effective communication Outcome depends on Attitude better understanding. Seek to be understoodBest solutions and from others perspective.clarity on real issues. 6.3
  • 43. Transformational Leadership Principle 5 Whispering Exercise 6.4
  • 44. Session 7Transformative Leadership Principle 6Diversified teams are the best teams. 7.1
  • 45. Transformative Leadership Principle 6 MAO Cycle Together we can create a better world. Mindset Principle Diversified teams are the Outcome best teams. Attitude Value and celebrate theInnovations, Inventions. differences. 7.2
  • 46. Transformative Leadership Principle 6• Nature is full of examples of synergy.• Synergy is nothing new.• Being in any kind of team is a good example of synergy.• Musical band is also a great example of synergy. 7.3
  • 47. Transformative Leadership Principle 6Notice the flock of birds in sky flying in V formation. This phenomenon isobserved in migratory birds who travel long distances at the change ofweather for their survival.In the V formation, the birds share draught take turns in lead positions,honk encouragement to each other, stay in formation and watch forwounded. This way they accomplish so much more than if each bird flewsolo. 7.4
  • 48. Transformative Leadership Principle 6Synergy is Synergy is notCelebrating differences Tolerating differencesTeamwork Working independentlyOpen-mindedness Thinking you are always rightFinding new and better ways Compromise 7.5
  • 49. Session 8Four dimensions of Personality development. 8.1
  • 50. Four dimensions of personality development 8.2
  • 51. Four dimensions of personality developmentSpirituals  Religious Prayers & Literature  Stand on Principles & Values  Charity in cash & services  Serving Humanity  Meditation & Yoga  Nature Study 8.3
  • 52. Four dimensions of personality developmentPhysical (The vessel for the journey):  Physical exercise  Balance Nutritious Food  No addiction  Stress Management 8.4
  • 53. Four dimensions of personality developmentIntellectual / Mental (Increasingknowledge and intellectual skills):  Education / literacy  Reading,  Writing  Speaking  Positive behaviors 8.5
  • 54. Four dimensions of personality developmentSocial (The quality and nature of therelationships):  Take out time for family  Be courteous & humble with colleagues  Increase Deposits of EBA.  Appreciation and constructive feed back  Use of Emotional Intelligence (EI) 8.6
  • 55. Four dimensions of personality development Exercise Guiding Scale for Transformative Leadership 8.7
  • 56. Thank you……….