My Leadership JourneyDay 2 – HLP Module One
 Allow participants to reflect on and articulate theirleadership journey and the major definingexperiences in their lives...
The Bridging Leadership Process:OWNERSHIP The Bridging Leaderowns the issue Understands itssystemic analysisand recogniz...
• Self Awareness• Conducting IssueAnalysis• PerformingStakeholder Analysis• Personal VisionOWNERSHIPPERSONAL OWNERSHIPThe ...
Structured Learning Exercise:Leadership Journey1. Individual Work (15 minutes) What are the major incidents in my life an...
Sample Leadership LifelineHighsLows15 20 25 30 35 40 45Won in HSStudentCouncilElectionsWon asMunicipalCouncilor onplatform...
Four Fields of ConversationEnacting emerging futuresPrimacy ofthe wholePrimacy ofthe partsRe-enacting problems of the past...
SLE: Leadership Journey3. Plenary Processing How did you feel when you reviewed your lifestory? How do you feel about the...
Importance of Verbalizing One’sLeadership Journey Allows the discovery of what motivates one to lead;allows the discovery...
 Authentic Leaders consistently say they find theirmotivation through understanding their own stories. The stories of au...
 Authentic Leaders are genuine people who are trueto themselves and to what they believe in. They engender trust and dev...
Values Cornerstone principles and convictions on whichyou base your decisions What you consider valuable or non-negotiab...
 The dominant message that your life proclaims Related to the particular challenges or groups/sectors that move you so s...
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  • Do you still remember the dialogue exercise in the first module?Have you had the chance to practice dialogic skills after the training?What does this slide say?In multi-stakeholder engagement, reflective dialogue is where something new starts to emerge, an aha! moment as we find out more about what other people are saying, as we clarify issues and positions and directions of the other people in the groupGenerative dialogue, on the other hand, is where the new reality emerges from collective stories that we allow to be heard, and we bring the group to a common ground where we begin to collaborate and move as one.
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    1. 1. My Leadership JourneyDay 2 – HLP Module One
    2. 2.  Allow participants to reflect on and articulate theirleadership journey and the major definingexperiences in their lives as leaders Discern sources of passion from emerging patternsin one’s leadership journey Affirm leadership purpose in current role as a leaderSession Objectives:
    3. 3. The Bridging Leadership Process:OWNERSHIP The Bridging Leaderowns the issue Understands itssystemic analysisand recognizes theinterests of its manystakeholders Makes a personalresponse to the issuePersonalVision &MissionBridgingLeaderHealthInequity/DivideandStakeholdersPersonalResponseOWNERSHIP
    4. 4. • Self Awareness• Conducting IssueAnalysis• PerformingStakeholder Analysis• Personal VisionOWNERSHIPPERSONAL OWNERSHIPThe Bridging Leadership Process:
    5. 5. Structured Learning Exercise:Leadership Journey1. Individual Work (15 minutes) What are the major incidents in my life and why werethey major? How did I react to that challenge? What did I learn fromit? Source of passion What does it all mean to me?2. Sharing in Small Groups (20 minutes) Share your leadership journey with one another.
    6. 6. Sample Leadership LifelineHighsLows15 20 25 30 35 40 45Won in HSStudentCouncilElectionsWon asMunicipalCouncilor onplatform oflivelihooddevelopmentFather lost inMayoraltyElectionsPromoted toAsst ManagerinCooperativeElectedMayor,prioritizededucationandlivelihoodSlapped withan ElectionProtest CaseExperiencedDengueOutbreak inthemunicipalityElectedProvincialChairman ofthe League ofMunicipalitiesGraduatedCollegeMarriedchildhoodsweetheartStrengthenedpartnership withNGOs and CivilSociety onHealthMotherdied due toTuberculosis
    7. 7. Four Fields of ConversationEnacting emerging futuresPrimacy ofthe wholePrimacy ofthe partsRe-enacting problems of the pastGenerativeDialoguePresencingReflectiveDialogueInquiryTalking niceDownloadingPolitenessTalking toughDebate ClashSource: ScharmerLevels of ConversationHealth Leaders for the Poor7
    8. 8. SLE: Leadership Journey3. Plenary Processing How did you feel when you reviewed your lifestory? How do you feel about the sharing? What did you learn when doing your leadershipjourney? What are the insights did you get fromlistening to the stories? Did you get anythingnew? How and where will you apply your lessonslearned in back home situations?
    9. 9. Importance of Verbalizing One’sLeadership Journey Allows the discovery of what motivates one to lead;allows the discovery of the source of the passion forleadership Allows one to uncover the patterns which point toone’s life purposeSource: George
    10. 10.  Authentic Leaders consistently say they find theirmotivation through understanding their own stories. The stories of authentic leaders cover the fullspectrum of life’s experiences. Many leaders find their motivation comes from adifficult experience -- a difficult challenge. The difference with authentic leaders lies in the waythey frame their stories.The Journey to AuthenticLeadership: Your Life Story
    11. 11.  Authentic Leaders are genuine people who are trueto themselves and to what they believe in. They engender trust and develop genuineconnections with others. Because people trust them, they are able to motivateothers to high levels of performance. They are prepared to be their own person and betrue to themselves.Authentic Leadership
    12. 12. Values Cornerstone principles and convictions on whichyou base your decisions What you consider valuable or non-negotiable Principles and convictions you will never sacrificeSource: Boldt
    13. 13.  The dominant message that your life proclaims Related to the particular challenges or groups/sectors that move you so strongly to the extent thatit is irresistible for you to make a responseSource: BoldtPurpose
    14. 14. Maraming Salamat Po!

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