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Student government

  1. 1. UNDERSTANDING STUDENT GOVERNMENT Mr. Anthony Camarillo Fababier BS Political Economy/ MPA (ip)
  2. 2. GOVERNMENT P.A.R.I
  3. 3. WHAT IS GOVERNMENT?
  4. 4. GOVERNMENT  A government is a group of people that has the power to rule in a territory, according to the law. This territory may be a country, a state or province within a country, or a region.  Governments have systems of justice that list the acts or activities that are against the law and describe the punishments for breaking the law.
  5. 5. GOVERNMENT  Governments make laws, rules, and regulations, collect taxes and print money.  Governments have a military force such as an army that protects the country if other countries attack, or which can be used to attack and invade other countries.  Governments have a police force to make sure people follow the laws.
  6. 6. ELEMENTS OF A GOOD GOVERNMENT  PARTICIPATION  RULE OF LAW  TRANSPARENCY  RESPONSIVENESS  CONSENSUS ORIENTED  EQUITY AND INCLUSIVENESS  EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY  ACCOUNTABILITY
  7. 7. Think about this: WHY DO YOU THINK YOU’RE HERE?
  8. 8. TO KNOW THAT AS A LEADER… 1.) TO GIVE HONOR YOU ARE THE OFFICIAL SEAL OF SCHOOL’S AUTHORITY
  9. 9. 2.) PROMOTE LEADERSHIP
  10. 10. 3.) FOR STUDENT WELFARE
  11. 11. 4.) ACTUAL EXPERIENCES Experience will always be the best teacher. It goes through life and provide us autonomy and independence.
  12. 12. 3 PHASES OF STUDENT DEVELOPMENT “ after you have made your bed, you must lie in it” re: DECISIONS -> COMMITMENT -> IMPLEMENTATION  Once you have decided on a set of policies for development, and these policies have determined your choices, you are committed to carryout these choices.
  13. 13. HOW TO DECIDE…  LOOK FOR THE PROBLEM  STOP  LOOK  LISTEN
  14. 14. “Are all problems a real student issue?” When will “estudyante muna bago ang iba” policy be the ultimate choice? and when will be a national issue be a local issue?
  15. 15. “ How do you deal with THEM? How can each person handle between SCHOOLS-HOLDERS?”
  16. 16. CONFLICT vs. COMPROMISE Scenario:  What if your boss / employer told you start wearing longer “more decent” dresses?  As a man, what would you do if your boss, parent or teacher told you to cut your hair?
  17. 17. In result: YOU would be in a battle of values! remember: It is ok to SAY NO. Just be ready for the outcome of your decisions.
  18. 18. Common Problems: 1.) …
  19. 19. Problems of LEaders Boss Budget Bond
  20. 20. Imposing disciplinary action is like touching a HOT STOVE!
  21. 21. RULE NO.1: THE ACTION IS IMMEDIATE
  22. 22. RULE NO.2 THERE WAS A WARNING
  23. 23. RULE NO. 3 BURNING IS CONSISTENT
  24. 24. RULE NO. 4 THE ACTION IS IMPERSONAL
  25. 25. FACTORS INFLUENCING MORALE
  26. 26.  THE EMPLOYEE THEMSELVES ○ A person’s attitude about things around him is greatly influences by his education, family, friends, social status and economic background.
  27. 27.  MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ○ Management can build or destroy morale. ○ Management’s application of sound personnel policies and procedure, good supervisory techniques and good human relations boost employees morale.
  28. 28.  THE COMMUNICATION NETWORK IN THE COMPANY ○ Poor communication results in misunderstanding and lack of interest on the part of the employee. ○ It is estimated that about 80% of employee problems can be avoided if the management has an effective communication system.
  29. 29.  OUTSIDE FACTORS ○ Employees living conditions outside his work environment. ○ Community and family relations are strong forces that influence an employees’ attitude towards the company.
  30. 30.  POSITIVE MOTIVATION TECHNIQUES Different motivation technique can be used to bring about a better morale among employees. Positive motivations are non- financial approaches.
  31. 31.  PRAISE AND RECOGNITION For a good performance, a word of recognition from a supervisor can do wonders to motivate employees. A good behavior that is not being rewarded has the same effect as a good behavior that is being punished.
  32. 32.  SINCERE INTEREST IN SUBORDINATES  Beyond the recognition of the good performance of an employee, the sincere interest of management in the life and welfare of the employee ( visiting a sick employee, concern for his family, condolences at a funeral )  An important human relations approach that does not go unnoticed.
  33. 33.  JOB SECURITY It is important for employees to feel secure in their jobs.
  34. 34.  SENSE OF BELONGING If an employee feels accepted and recognized by the company and the group whom he works, the job to be done will be more pleasant and he will be more effective.
  35. 35.  COMPETITION Competition can be a good motivator for greater creativity. It provides initiative for better performance and improved production. Provides the spirit of Sportsmanship AND NOT TO DESTROY THE COMPETITOR.
  36. 36.  EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION By delegating responsibility and authority to the employee, the employee participates more in the whole production process, something that can be a strong motivator.
  37. 37.  JOB REDESIGN Refers to any activity involving work changes, with the purpose of increasing the quality and the quantity of the worker’s job. With job redesign, a worker will have the opportunity to experience the “kick” that comes from doing a job well, something that gives him a sense of competence and self- worth.
  38. 38. We don’t need change of men, what we need is change in men! Senator Dick Gordon
  39. 39. - end of topic -
  40. 40. SALAMAT!

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