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  • F2L Fundamentals to Lead
    • “ The process of influencing the activities of an organized group in its efforts toward goal setting and goal achievement”
    • (Stogdill, 1950, p. 3)
    • “ Influencing, motivating, and enabling others to contribute toward the effectiveness and success of the organizations of which they are members”
    What is Leadership ?
    • Which famous leaders can you think of?
    Before we Begin….
    • Bill Gates (Microsoft)
    • Jack Welch (GE)
    • Carlos Ghosn (Nissan)
    • Warren Buffett (Berkshire Hathaway)
    • Michael Dell (Dell Computer)
    • Hiroshi Okuda (Toyota)
    (According to Price Waterhouse Coopers & Financial Times study) Leaders – The world respects the most !
    • Jeff Immelt (GE)
    • Carly Fiorina (HP)
    • Steve Jobs (Apple)
    • Fujio Mitarai (Canon)
    • Lou Grstner ( IBM)
    Continued….
    • Narayan Murthy 40%
    • Dhirubhai Ambani 21%
    • Azim Premji 6%
    • Kumaramangalam Birla 6%
    • Tatas 3%
    • SOURCE: SURVEY CONDUCTED BY LEADING B-SCHOOLS AMONG MBA STUDENTS IN THE COUNTRY
    Most Admired Indian Leaders
  • TRAIT THEORY BEHAORIVAL THOERY MANAGERIAL GRID PATH GOAL FRAMEWORK Leadership Theories
  • Ambition and Energy Desire to Lead Self- Confidence Honesty and Integrity Intelligence “ Can-Do” Attitude Trait Theory
  • Ohio State Employee-Orientation Production-Orientation University of Michigan Initiating Structure Consideration Behavioural Theories
  • Country Club Management Team Management Authoritative Management Impoverished Management Middle-of-the Road Management Concern for People Concern for Production Managerial Grid
  • Level 5 -- Executive Level 4 -- Effective Leader Level 3 -- Competent Manager Level 2 -- Contributing Team Member Level 1 -- Highly capable individual Leadership Levels
  • VISIONARY CHARISMATIC TRANSFORMATIONAL Leadership Types
    • Autocratic – “dictator”
    • Democratic – “boss”
    • Laissez Faire – “guidance”
    Leadership ‘Style’
  • Leadership Style contd….
    • Directing:
    • Close supervision;
    • Leaders define role and task;
    • Largely one way communication
    • Supportive:
    • Leader still defines roles and tasks but seeks ideas / suggestions from the followers.
    • Decision still with leader.
    • More two-way communication
    Leadership Styles
    • Consulting:
    • Day-to-day decisions rests with the followers,
    • L eader facilitates and takes part in decisions,
    • The control is with the follower.
    • Delegating:
    • Leaders are still involved in decisions and problem-solving,
    • The control is with the follower. 
    • The follower decides when and how the leader will be involved.
    Leadership Styles
  • Traits Key Traits of Successful Leaders Passion Empathy Innovation Maturity Achievement drive Honesty
  • Traits Courage Key Traits of Successful Leaders Self Awareness Innovation Commitment High Energy Level Stress Tolerance
  • Integrity Drive
    • Truthfulness
    • Translates words into deeds
    • Inner motivation to pursue goals
    • Need for achievement, quest to learn
    Leadership Motivation
    • High need for socialized power to accomplish team’s or firm’s goals
    Emotional Intelligence
    • Perceiving, assimilating, understanding, and regulating emotions
    Seven Leadership Competencies more
  • Intelligence
    • Above average cognitive ability
    • Can analyse problems/opportunities
    Knowledge of the Business
    • Familiar with business environment
    • Aids intuitive decision making
    Self-Confidence
    • High self-efficacy regarding ability to lead others
    Seven Leadership Competencies
    • P ay attention to what’s important
    • P raise what you want to continue
    • P unish what you want to stop
    • P ay for the results you want
    • P romote those people who deliver those results
    The five P’s of Leadership
    • Does not listen
    • Fails to delegate
    • Does not show respect
    • Shows no interest in followers
    • Gives negative feedback to a third party
    • Does not praise when praise is due
    • Criticizes in front of others
    • Takes personal credit for others ideas
    • Is always taking control
    • Has a tendency to bully!
    An Effective Leader
    • Skill 1: Think Like a Leader
      • Identify what is happening
      • Explain why it is happening
      • Decide what you are going to do about it.
    • Skill 2: Use an Appropriate Leadership Style
      • Leaders usually fit their style to the situation.
      • Different leadership styles are appropriate to different situations.
    How to improve your Leadership Skills
    • Skill 3: Pick the Right Leadership Situation
      • Gravitate toward leadership situations that fit your favored leadership style.
    • Skill 4: Good communication skills
      • Listen carefully
      • Ask questions and paraphrase to confirm
      • Speak slowly and clearly
      • Have listeners repeat the understanding of what was said.
      • Encourage questions.
    Continue….
    • Skill 5: Exercise Better Judgment
    • Decisiveness and good judgment (“cognitive ability”) are important leadership traits.
    • Skill 6: Improve Leadership Traits and Skills
      • Exhibit self-confidence.
      • Display honesty and integrity.
      • Increase your knowledge of the business.
    Continue….
      • 1. Project energy.
      • 2. Be involved and involve others.
      • 3. Assist evaluation and change for the group.
      • 4. Persuade and persevere.
      • 5. Look beyond the obvious.
      • 6. Maintain perspective.
      • 7. Target energy on success opportunities.
      • 8. Influence cooperative action.
      • 9. Support creativity.
      • 10. Take the initiative.
      • 11. Ignore the negative.
    Leadership Practical Tips
    • MAKE DECISIONS THAT ENHANCE THE ENTIRE GROUP RATHER THAN YOURSELF
    • REALIZE YOU ALSO HAVE A SUPERIOR
    • EXAMPLE OF FAIR PLAY, INTEGRITY & DEPENDABILITY
    • KNOW THAT POWER IS GIVEN BY THE MEMBERS & CAN BE TAKEN AWAY
    Leadership Etiquette
    • GENUINELY LISTENS TO THE NEEDS, FEEDBACK AND SUGGESTIONS OF MEMBERS, NOT JUST A SELECT FEW
    • UNDERSTAND THAT LEADERSHIP IS NOT A GLORY POSITION, BUT A RESPONSIBILITY POSITION
    • BE WILLING TO ROLL UP SLEEVES & HELP WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH
    Leadership Etiquette
    • THE ENTIRE GROUP, NOT FOR SELF KNOWS THAT WITHOUT THE WORK, SUPPORT & DEDICATION OF ALL MEMBERS, THE ORGANIZAITON WILL NOT BE SUCCESSFUL
    • SACRIFICE PERSONAL GLORY & RECOGNITION TO SHARE WITH ALL FOLLOWERS
    • WORK FOR THE SUCCESS OF THE ENTIRE GROUP, NOT FOR SELF
    Leadership Etiquette
  • Five negative leadership traits that prevent individuals from being leaders
    • Uninformed about the problem being discussed
    • Non-participative
    • Rigid in holding on to their ideas
    • Authoritarian in bossing others around
    • Offensive and abusive in language style
  • F2L Fundamentals to Lead