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  • 1. UNDERSTANDING STUDENT GOVERNMENT Mr. Anthony Camarillo Fababier BS Political Economy/ MPA (ip)
  • 2. GOVERNMENT P.A.R.I
  • 3. WHAT IS GOVERNMENT?
  • 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. 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. ELEMENTS OF A GOOD GOVERNMENT  PARTICIPATION  RULE OF LAW  TRANSPARENCY  RESPONSIVENESS  CONSENSUS ORIENTED  EQUITY AND INCLUSIVENESS  EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY  ACCOUNTABILITY
  • 7. Think about this: WHY DO YOU THINK YOU’RE HERE?
  • 8. TO KNOW THAT AS A LEADER… 1.) TO GIVE HONOR YOU ARE THE OFFICIAL SEAL OF SCHOOL’S AUTHORITY
  • 9. 2.) PROMOTE LEADERSHIP
  • 10. 3.) FOR STUDENT WELFARE
  • 11. 4.) ACTUAL EXPERIENCES Experience will always be the best teacher. It goes through life and provide us autonomy and independence.
  • 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. HOW TO DECIDE…  LOOK FOR THE PROBLEM  STOP  LOOK  LISTEN
  • 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. “ How do you deal with THEM? How can each person handle between SCHOOLS-HOLDERS?”
  • 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. 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. Common Problems: 1.) …
  • 19. Problems of LEaders Boss Budget Bond
  • 20. Imposing disciplinary action is like touching a HOT STOVE!
  • 21. RULE NO.1: THE ACTION IS IMMEDIATE
  • 22. RULE NO.2 THERE WAS A WARNING
  • 23. RULE NO. 3 BURNING IS CONSISTENT
  • 24. RULE NO. 4 THE ACTION IS IMPERSONAL
  • 25. FACTORS INFLUENCING MORALE
  • 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.  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.  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.  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.  POSITIVE MOTIVATION TECHNIQUES Different motivation technique can be used to bring about a better morale among employees. Positive motivations are non- financial approaches.
  • 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.  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.  JOB SECURITY It is important for employees to feel secure in their jobs.
  • 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.  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.  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.  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. We don’t need change of men, what we need is change in men! Senator Dick Gordon
  • 39. - end of topic -
  • 40. SALAMAT!

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