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Distinctive leadership

  1. 1. DISTINCTIVE LEADERSHIPDESIGNED & PRESENTEDBYSCOTT ODIGIETONCCF ZONAL LEADERSHIPRETREAT/TRAINING OWO,ONDO STATE
  2. 2. LEADERSHIP: definitionThe ability of anindividual to influence,motivate, and enableothers to contributetoward the effectivenessand success of theorganizations of whichthey are members.The ability of anindividual to influence,motivate, and enableothers to contributetoward the effectivenessand success of theorganizations of whichthey are members.The ability of anindividual to influence,motivate, and enableothers to contributetoward the effectivenessand success of theorganizations of whichthey are members.
  3. 3. OBJECTIVETo redefineleadership andprinciples tobecoming adistinctive leader.To redefineleadership andprinciples tobecoming adistinctive leader.To redefineleadership andprinciples tobecoming adistinctive leader.
  4. 4. LEADERSHIP: definitionIt is a process by whicha person influencesothers to accomplish anobjective and directsthe organization in away that makes it morecohesive and coherent.It is a process by whicha person influencesothers to accomplish anobjective and directsthe organization in away that makes it morecohesive and coherent.It is a process by whicha person influencesothers to accomplish anobjective and directsthe organization in away that makes it morecohesive and coherent.
  5. 5. INTRODUCTIONWhile leadership islearned, the skills andknowledge processed bythe leader can beinfluenced by his or herattributes or traits, suchas beliefs, values, ethics,and character.While leadership islearned, the skills andknowledge processed bythe leader can beinfluenced by his or herattributes or traits, suchas beliefs, values, ethics,and character.While leadership islearned, the skills andknowledge processed bythe leader can beinfluenced by his or herattributes or traits, suchas beliefs, values, ethics,and character.
  6. 6. INTRODUCTIONKnowledge and skillscontribute directly to theprocess of leadership,while the other attributesgive the leader certaincharacteristics that makehim or her unique.Knowledge and skillscontribute directly to theprocess of leadership,while the other attributesgive the leader certaincharacteristics that makehim or her unique.Knowledge and skillscontribute directly to theprocess of leadership,while the other attributesgive the leader certaincharacteristics that makehim or her unique.
  7. 7. TRUTHS ABOUT LEADERSHIP1. Every manhas a leadershipdestiny.Gen.1:281. Every manhas a leadershipdestiny.Gen.1:281. Every manhas a leadershipdestiny.Gen.1:28
  8. 8. TRUTHS ABOUT LEADERSHIP2. Man’s leadershipcapacity is in“potential state.”Means you are indegrees. Yourdestiny is in phases.2. Man’s leadershipcapacity is in“potential state.”Means you are indegrees. Yourdestiny is in phases.2. Man’s leadershipcapacity is in“potential state.”Means you are indegrees. Yourdestiny is in phases.
  9. 9. TRUTHS ABOUT LEADERSHIP3. Man’sfulfillment in lifeand business istied to leadership(transformation).3. Man’sfulfillment in lifeand business istied to leadership(transformation).3. Man’sfulfillment in lifeand business istied to leadership(transformation).
  10. 10. TRUTHS ABOUT LEADERSHIP4. Leadership is not aproduct of anypersonality type orcharacterstrength/demographicfactors/geographicfactors/chronologicalfactors etc.4. Leadership is not aproduct of anypersonality type orcharacterstrength/demographicfactors/geographicfactors/chronologicalfactors etc.4. Leadership is not aproduct of anypersonality type orcharacterstrength/demographicfactors/geographicfactors/chronologicalfactors etc.
  11. 11. TRUTHS ABOUT LEADERSHIP5. Leadership issituational.5. Leadership issituational.5. Leadership issituational.(Determined bypurpose) It requiresdifferent leadershipstyle and strategy etc.
  12. 12. PRIORITY OF LEADERSHIPPRESCRIPTIONPrescription ofdistinctiveleadership is on“PERSONALDEVELOPMENT.”
  13. 13. PRIORITY OF LEADERSHIPPRESCRIPTION: applicationLeadership is not aprofession, not a vocation,not a business, but “you!”you don’t try to “do” it, but“who you really are.” this isthe dimension why we areunsuccessful in Africannations; Nigeria inclusive.
  14. 14. PRINCIPLES OF DISTINCTIVELEADERSHIP1. Principle ofinfluence overrewards: put thepeople before“you”, think longterm etc.1. Principle ofinfluence overrewards: put thepeople before“you”, think longterm etc.1. Principle ofinfluence overrewards: put thepeople before “you”,think long term,build your visionaround people etc.
  15. 15. PRINCIPLES OF DISTINCTIVELEADERSHIP2. Principle of self-security: if you willbecome a distinctiveleader, you will needto be secured withyour personality;personal fulfillment.2. Principle of self-security: if you willbecome a distinctiveleader, you will needto be secured withyour personality;personal fulfillment.2. Principle of self-security: if you willbecome a distinctiveleader, you will needto be secured withyour personality;personal fulfilment.
  16. 16. PRINCIPLES OF DISTINCTIVELEADERSHIP3. Principle ofcontinuous re-invention:seek opportunities forself-improvementthrough personal study,research, training,interaction with othersetc.3. Principle ofcontinuous re-invention:seek opportunities forself-improvementthrough personal study,research, training,interaction with othersetc.3. Principle ofcontinuous re-invention: seekopportunities for self-improvement throughpersonal study, research,training, interaction withothers etc.
  17. 17. PRINCIPLES OF DISTINCTIVELEADERSHIP4. Principle ofcredibility: positionand package yourselfas an example thatinspires trust andbelievability in yoursubjects.4. Principle ofcredibility: positionand package yourselfas an example thatinspires trust andbelievability in yoursubjects.4. Principle ofcredibility: positionand package yourselfas an example thatinspires trust andbelievability in yoursubjects.
  18. 18. PRINCIPLES OF DISTINCTIVELEADERSHIP5. Principle of “response-to-ability” (responsibility):device ways to take yourorganization to a newheight and when there arefailure-experiences, don’tlook for who to blame orgive excuses etc.5. Principle of “response-to-ability” (responsibility):device ways to take yourorganization to a newheight and when there arefailure-experiences, don’tlook for who to blame orgive excuses etc.5. Principle of“response-to-ability”(responsibility): deviceways to take yourorganization to a newheight and when there arefailure-experiences, don’tlook for who to blame orgive excuses etc.
  19. 19. PRINCIPLES OF DISTINCTIVELEADERSHIP6. Principle oftechnical proficiency:As a leader, you mustknow you are assignedto do and also have asolid familiarity withyour employees tasks.6. Principle oftechnical proficiency:As a leader, you mustknow you are assignedto do and also have asolid familiarity withyour employees tasks.6. Principle oftechnical proficiency:As a leader, you mustknow you are assignedto do and also have asolid familiarity withyour employees tasks.
  20. 20. PRINCIPLES OF DISTINCTIVELEADERSHIP7. Principle ofeffectivecommunication:ability to castvisions, strategy,and evaluations.7. Principle ofeffectivecommunication:ability to castvisions, strategy,and evaluations.7. Principle ofeffectivecommunication:ability to cast visions,strategy, andevaluations & howtheir roles.
  21. 21. PRINCIPLES OF DISTINCTIVELEADERSHIP8. Principle ofstanding-alone (powerof one): capacity to standfor what youbelieve/decisons,irrespective who stayswith you or the presentsituation.1 Sam.13:11-12.8. Principle ofstanding-alone (powerof one): capacity to standfor what youbelieve/decisons,irrespective who stayswith you or the presentsituation.1 Sam.13:11-12.8. Principle ofstanding-alone (powerof one): capacity to standfor what youbelieve/decisions,irrespective who stayswith you or the presentsituation.1 Sam.13:11-12.
  22. 22. PRINCIPLES OF DISTINCTIVELEADERSHIP9. Principle ofinitiating newvisions/dreams:this is the capacity toproject into thefuture…1Sam.15:10.9. Principle ofinitiating newvisions/dreams:this is the capacity toproject into thefuture…1Sam.15:10.9. Principle ofinitiating newvisions/dreams:this is the capacity toproject into thefuture…1Sam.15:10.
  23. 23. PRINCIPLES OF DISTINCTIVELEADERSHIP10. Principleof precisionandexcellence:1Sam.15:1010. Principleof precisionandexcellence:1Sam.15:1010. Principleof precisionandexcellence:1Sam.15:10
  24. 24. PRINCIPLES OF DISTINCTIVELEADERSHIP11. Principle ofdeveloping a“team spirit: coarseleaders would preferto work alone,because of “aspiringglory.” 1Sam.14:24.11. Principle ofdeveloping a“team spirit: coarseleaders would preferto work alone,because of “aspiringglory.” 1Sam.14:24.11. Principle ofdeveloping a“team spirit: coarseleaders would preferto work alone,because of “aspiringglory.” 1Sam.14:24.
  25. 25. CONCLUSIONYou were bornfor leadership;don’t fail yourcreator!You were bornfor leadership;don’t fail yourcreator!You were bornfor leadership;don’t fail yourcreator!

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