Personal leadership by Ajarn Orapak Suwanapakdee

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Personal leadership by Ajarn Orapak Suwanapakdee

  1. 1. PERSONAL LEADERSHIP & PERSONAL JOURNEY LEADERSHIP, CHANGE AND COMMUNICATION COURSE Ajarn Orapak Suwanapakdee
  2. 2. PERSONAL LEADERSHIP VDO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fISoFWWTUAM
  3. 3. PERSONALLEADERSHIP DIAGRAM
  4. 4. PERSONAL VISION AND PERSONAL LEADERSHIP "The empires of the future are empires of the mind." Winston Churchill Personal Vision = The way you see /perceive yourself Without Seeing Yourself, You can NOT Lead Personal Leadership = How you lead yourself in the way yousee yourself or perceive yourself ( now and future)
  5. 5. VISION Vision  Sight Personal Vision: How do you see yourself now and future? Corporate Vision: What will your company be? / How do you seeyour company?
  6. 6. WHAT IS LEADERSHIP? "Leadership is the activity of influencing people tocooperate toward some goal which they come to find desirable.”Ordway Tead
  7. 7. MOTIVATION "Motivation is the art of getting people to do what you wantthem to do because they want to do it.” Dwight Eisenhower Without knowing “ Who” you are, it becomes difficult tomotivate others to follow you. It is very important to learn howto motivate yourself before motivating others ( leading others)
  8. 8. PERSONAL LEADERSHIP –TRAITS OF GOOD LEADERS Source : Compiled by the Santa Clara University and the Tom Peters Group Honest — Display sincerity, integrity, and candor in all your actions. Deceptivebehavior will not inspire trust. Competent — Base your actions on reason and moral principles. Do not makedecisions based on childlike emotional desires or feelings. Forward-looking — Set goals and have a vision of the future. The vision mustbe owned throughout the organization. Effective leaders envision what they wantand how to get it. They habitually pick priorities stemming from their basic values.
  9. 9. PERSONAL LEADERSHIP – TRAITS OF GOOD LEADER Inspiring — Display confidence in all that you do. By showing endurance in mental, physical, and spiritualstamina, you will inspire others to reach for new heights. Take charge when necessary. Intelligent — Read, study, and seek challenging assignments. Fair-minded — Show fair treatment to all people. Prejudice is the enemy of justice. Display empathy bybeing sensitive to the feelings, values, interests, and well-being of others. Broad-minded — Seek out diversity. Courageous — Have the perseverance to accomplish a goal, regardless of the seemingly insurmountableobstacles. Display a confident calmness when under stress. Straightforward — Use sound judgment to make a good decisions at the right time. Imaginative — Make timely and appropriate changes in your thinking, plans, and methods. Show creativityby thinking of new and better goals, ideas, and solutions to problems. Be innovative!
  10. 10. PERSONAL LEADERSHIP How do you define yourself as a leader? What is your self-esteem? Who are you as a person? Are you ethical? Are you a good person? ( What does it mean by good? ) What are your real personalities ?
  11. 11. SUCCESS & PERSONAL LEADERSHI P How do you describe or quantify terms? • Love, Care, Success, Freedom, Honest Is it important to know yourself to be a good leader? Yes or No or JUST OK.
  12. 12. SELF-ESTEEM What is it? : How do you perceive yourself as yourself? Do you respect yourself? How do you evaluate yourself? What is your belief system? How we feel about it Hamlyn (1983: 241) expresses it, “the picture of oneself ”. Baumesiter (1997)described Self concept as totally perception which people hold about him/ herself(p. 681). It is not the “facts” about one-self but rather what one believes to be trueabout one-self (Sarah Mercer, p. 14).
  13. 13. LOVE Who do you love? Do you believe in love? How do you see love and Who do you see yourself with? Love is an emotion of strong affection and personal attachment Love can do GOOD and Love can do Hell.
  14. 14. HAPPINESS AND SADNESS What is the source of happiness? What is the source of sadness? Are you easily happy or are you easily sad? What are the factors contributing those feelings?
  15. 15. FRIENDSHIP How do you term your friendship? Do you believe in friendship? Who are my friends ? Who are my close friends? Who do not you like? Why do not you like them?
  16. 16. GIVING What is giving? Intent vs action Who do you give? Do you calculate when you give? Do you give with your heart or do you give because it isappropriate?
  17. 17. FORGIVING AND FORGET What is forgiving? The Oxford Dictionary defines forgiveness as to grant free pardon and to giveup all claim on account of an offense or debt. The concept and benefits of forgiveness have been explored in religiousthought, the social sciences and medicine. Forgiveness may be considered simply in terms of the person who forgivesincluding forgiving themselves, in terms of the person forgiven or in terms of therelationship between the forgiver and the person forgive
  18. 18. BLINDNESS What is Blindness? : Power to drive people crazy When you lead others, can you be blind? What makes people blind. “ Want” VS “ Need” “ Anger” “ Love” “ Lust”
  19. 19. BLAME What makes people blame others? Do you take blames ? What do you feel towards blames and dissatisfaction? Who can blame you and you change? Who do you blame and the person change? What is it behind the virtue of blame?
  20. 20. SACRIFICE Sacrifice is the offering of food, objects or the lives of animals orpeople to God or the gods as an act of propitiation or worship. While sacrifice often implies ritual killing, the term offering (Latinoblatio) can be used for bloodless sacrifices of cereal food or artifacts.For offerings of liquids (beverages) by pouring, the term libation isused. Source: Wikipedia
  21. 21. SUCCESS, GOAL AND AMBITION What is your goal? Do you think ambition leads to ultimate success? What do you define as success? Do you think you are successfulbecause others make you succeed or you suceed because you thinkyou are.
  22. 22. HOW DO YOU HANDLE CRISIS? Crisis leadership is how you lead during crisis. When you observe your action towards your life journey, you willknow how you react during crisis.
  23. 23. CULTURE Culture (Latin: cultura, lit. "cultivation")[1] is a term that has many different inter-related meanings. For example, in 1952, Alfred Kroeber and Clyde Kluckhohn compiled alist of 164 definitions of "culture" in Culture: A Critical Review of Concepts and Definitions.[2]However, the word "culture" is most commonly used in three basic senses: Excellence of taste in the fine arts and humanities, also known as high culture An integrated pattern of human knowledge, belief, and behavior that depends uponthe capacity for symbolic thought and social learning The set of shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes aninstitution, organization, or group ( Source: Wikipedia)
  24. 24. NORMS Norm (social), expected patterns of behaviour and belief, oftenstudied in sociology, social psychology, and a myriad of otheracademic fields.
  25. 25. SKILLS A skill is the learned capacity to carry out pre-determined results oftenwith the minimum outlay of time, energy, or both. Skills can often bedivided into domain-general and domain-specific skills. For example, inthe domain of work, some general skills would include time management,teamwork and leadership, self motivation and others, whereas domain-specific skills would be useful only for a certain job. Skill usually requirescertain environmental stimuli and situations to assess the level of skillbeing shown and used. ( Source: wikipedia)
  26. 26. COMPETENCE "competence" as a combination of knowledge, skills and behaviorused to improve performance; or as the state or quality of beingadequately or well qualified, having the ability to perform a specificrole. For instance, management competency might include systemsthinking and emotional intelligence, and skills in influence andnegotiation.Source: Combined sources

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