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Tz05 group 2 l&c power point winston churchill Tz05 group 2 l&c power point winston churchill Presentation Transcript

  • Winston Churchill 1874 - 1965
  • Winston Churchill Table of Flow Introduction Aloysius Biography Aloysius DISC Personality Profile Aloysius Leadership Style Ken Leadership Communication Daoyi Charismatic Leadership Eechan Effective Leadership Eechan Transformational Leadership Yvonne Moral Leadership Yvonne Conclusion Anyone References Everyone
  • Introduction • The leader of the only country left unconquered in Europe in World War 2 • The symbol of wartime leadership • The greatest Englishman/Briton of all time • One of the great world leaders of the 20th century
  • Biography
  • Biography • Full Name: Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill • Year: 1874 • Place of Birth: Blenheim Palace, England • Parents: Lord Randolph Churchill & Lady Jennie Jerome • Wife: Clementine Hozier • Children: Diana, Randolph, Sarah, Marigold & Mary 6
  • Biography • 1888: Enters Harrow School • 1893: Enrolled into the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst • 1895 – 1899: Served as a soldier + journalist in Cuba, India, Sudan and Africa • 1900 -1955: Enters Parliament • 1964: Leaves Parliament • 1965: Death 7
  • Achievements/Awards Year Education Achievements 1874 Born at Blenheim Palace in Marlborough, England 1883-1886 Boarding School - 1887-1892 Harrow School - 1893-1894 Royal Military College, Sandhurst Commission as a Cavalry Officer 1905 - Under-Secretary of State 1908 - President of the Board of Trade 1910 - Home Secretary of State for the Colonies 1911 - First Lord of the Admiralty 1917 - Minister of Munitions 1918 - Secretary of State for War and Air 1921 - Secretary of State for the Colonies 1924 - Prime Minister (1st round) & Chancellor of the Exchequer 1940 - Prime Minister (2nd round) 1955 - Resigned 1953 - Awarded Nobel Prize in Literature 1963 Awarded Honorary U.S. citizenship 8
  • 9 DISC Personality Profile
  • 10
  • DISC Personality Profile Winston Churchill was an “Influencing” Personality; Emphasis on shaping the environment by influencing or persuading others • Motivated by social recognition, group activities, and relationships • Prioritised taking action, collaboration, and expressing enthusiasm • Described as convincing, magnetic, enthusiastic, warm, trusting and optimistic All this can be felt from all the inspiring speeches and quotes he had given throughout his years
  • DISC Personality Profile “Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat ” May 13, 1940 First Speech as Prime Minister to House of Commons
  • 13 Leadership Style
  • • Using the Traits Approach, Churchill had evidently displayed the 3 essential traits which made him a great leader: 1) Optimism & Self 2) Integrity 3) Drive • Firstly, Optimism and Self-confidence. As some of his quotes said: “A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity, while an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty” “I am an optimist. It does not seem to be much use to be anything else” Leadership Style
  • • Churchill had high self-confidence, as he was known to be very eloquent. • He displayed his confidence through his speeches and quotes. In addition, he showed a lot of self-confidence through the way he communicated to his people • In addition, Churchill was not afraid to share his visions to his people Leadership Style
  • • Integrity, the main leadership trait • In the early days, many saw Churchill as a “Warmonger” when he raised the awareness of the growing Nazi threat • Lastly, Drive. Churchill did not dampen his determination to succeed after he resigned from his post of First Lord Admiralty • After losing the election post D-day invasion. Churchill held on and was elected 6 years later. He only resigned when his health started to deteriorate Leadership Style
  • 17 Leadership Communication
  • • Strategic communication • Communication that takes place across hierarchical levels • 4 key components: I. Open communication climate II. Active listening III. Discernment IV. Dialogue Leadership Communication
  • • Components of strategic conversations: 1. Open communication climate  Share all information across all levels 2. Active listening  Grasp and interpret a message’s genuine meaning Leadership Communication
  • 3. Discernment  Detect messages hidden below surface of spoken interaction 4. Dialogue  Active sharing and listening Leadership Communication
  • 21 CharismaticLeadership
  • • Six characteristics • Love-based motivation  Made his followers feel valued • Did his part as a leader superbly • Wanted to create a better future than the present Charismatic Leadership
  • Effective Leadership
  • • A combination of good qualities • Power to inspire  Strategic foresight  Driving passion  Unstoppable personality • Listened to people’s opinions • Able to maintain poise in stressful times Charismatic Leadership “Never Give In” October 29, 1941 Harrow School
  • TransformationalLeadership
  • • Ability to:  Bring about significant change in both followers and country  Led changes in country’s vision, strategy and culture Transformational Leadership
  •  Painted a vision of a desired future state  Communicated in a way that made the pain of change worth the effort Transformational Leadership
  • “Their Finest Hour” June 18, 1940 House of Commons Transformational Leadership
  • • Elevated followers’ concerns to higher psychological needs (From physiological needs to lower psychological needs)  Before war  During war  After war Transformational Leadership
  • Moral Leadership
  • • Seeking what is right • Practicing right conduct • Able to distinguish what is right and wrong Moral Leadership
  • Moral Leadership • Differentiating right from wrong:  1940: Decision between trusting the French government in its promise or destroying a fleet of French Navy battleships in case it falls under the hands of Hitler  Ending: Hitler was unable to pose a threat to Britain with that fleet of battleships
  • Moral Leadership • Post-Conventional – followed internalised universal principles of justice and righteousness  Knew that the Nazi Germany was a huge evil threat that would be hard to ignore without consequences  His strong will and belief stood firm and influenced others to believe in the same way
  • Conclusion
  • Questions & Answers
  • References For Introduction, Biography & DISC Personality Profile 1. Daft, R. L., & Lane, P. G. (2011). The Leadership experience. Australia: South-Western Cengage Learning 2. Welcome to WinstonChurchill.org. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.winstonchurchill.org/ 3. Winston Churchill Leadership principles and their relevance today. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.winston-churchill- leadership.com/ 4. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill 5. Inscape Publishing. (2010). Disc profile. Retrieved from http://www.discprofile.com/ 6. YouTube. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/
  • References For Leadership Style 1. Daft, R. L., & Lane, P. G. (2011). The Leadership experience. Australia: South-Western Cengage Learning 2. Winston Churchill Leadership principles and their relevance today. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.winston-churchill- leadership.com/
  • References For Leadership Communication 1. Daft, R. L., & Lane, P. G. (2011). The Leadership experience. Australia: South-Western Cengage Learning
  • References For Charismatic & Effective Leadership 1. Daft, R. L., & Lane, P. G. (2011). The Leadership experience. Australia: South- Western Cengage Learning 2. BBC - History - Churchill decides to fight on (pictures, video, facts & news). (n.d.). BBC - Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/events/churchill_decides_to_fight_on 3. Welcome to WinstonChurchill.org. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.winstonchurchill.org 4. Winston Churchill - Biography. (n.d.). Nobelprize.org. Retrieved from http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/literature/laureates/1953/churchill- bio.html 5. Winston Churchill Leadership principles and their relevance today. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.winston-churchill-leadership.com 6. Winston Churchill Quotes - BrainyQuote. (n.d.). Famous Quotes at BrainyQuote. Retrieved from http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/w/winston_churchill.html 7. YouTube. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/
  • References For Transformational & Moral Leadership 1. Daft, R. L., & Lane, P. G. (2011). The Leadership experience. Australia: South- Western Cengage Learning 2. 29th October 1941: Churchill – ‘Never give in’ -. (n.d.). World War II Today. Retrieved from http://ww2today.com/29th-october-1941-churchill-never-give-in 3. Churchill - A Biography of Winston Churchill. (n.d.). 20th Century History. Retrieved from http://history1900s.about.com/od/people/a/Churchill.htm 4. Churchill's Deadly Decision: Watch the Full Episode | Secrets of the Dead | PBS. (n.d.). PBS: Public Broadcasting Service. Retrieved from http://www.pbs.org/wnet/secrets/episodes/churchills-deadly-decision-watch-the-full- episode/620/ 5. Winston Churchill Speech – We shall fight them on the beaches. (n.d.). Presentation Magazine - Help advice, 6513 free PowerPoint templates and backgrounds. Retrieved from http://www.presentationmagazine.com/winston-churchill-speech-we- shall-fight-them-on-the-beaches-8003.htm 6. YouTube. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/