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Leadership management

  1. 1. LEADERSHIPMANAGEMENTRuther N. FloresUSC Chairperson and Student Regent AY 2011-2012
  2. 2. LEADERSHIP VS.MANAGEMENT"The people who get on in this world are the people who get up andlook for the circumstances they want, and if they cant find them, makethem." George Bernard Shaw
  3. 3. LEADERSHIPAdministrators are cheap and easy to find and cheap to keep. Leaders—risk takers:they are in very short supply. And ones with vision are pure gold. -Raymond SmithA strategy is only as good as the vision that guides it. -Burt Nanus• Ability to lead, guidance, leaders, OFFICER orPOSITION.• The ability to obtain followers through INFLUENCE.
  4. 4. MANAGEMENTBy legitimizing the diversity of a multidimensional organization, management createsthe core of an organization flexible enough to respond to environmental change. –Charles Bartlett• It is the process of assuring that the program and objectivesof the organizations are implemented as planned.• Administration of business, skills in handling or usingsomething, handling of something successfully.
  5. 5. LEADER VS. MANAGERA LOOK INTO WHO YOU ARE…
  6. 6. LEADER• Provide vision and motivates people• Goal-oriented• Inspiring others to do better work isthe accomplishment of a LEADER.
  7. 7. MANAGER• Make sure things happen throughother people• Task-oriented• Making sure the work is done byothers is the accomplishment of aMANAGER.
  8. 8. Leaders: Pursue opportunities. Managers: Reduce risks. Synergy:Strategic AchievementsLeaders seize opportunities; Managers avert threats. Both togetherprogress more.Leaders amplify strengths; Managers reduce weaknesses. Bothtogether develop more
  9. 9. LEADER MANAGER??IS THIS POSSIBLE???
  10. 10. 1. Leader managers are long-term thinkers who seebeyond the day’s crisis and the quarterly report.2. They constantly reaching beyond their specific areaof influence.3. They put heavy emphasis on vision, values, andmotivation.4. They have strong political skills to cope withconflicting requirements of multiple constituents.5. They don’t accept status quo.
  11. 11. Five Levels of Leadership• Level 1: Position or title; people follow becausethey have to (Rights).• Level 2: Permission; people follow because theywant to (Relationships).• Level 3: Production; people follow because ofwhat you have done for theorganization (Results).• Level 4: Personnel Development: People followbecause of what you have done forthem (Reproduction).• Level 5: Personhood; People follow because ofwho you are and what you represent(Respect).
  12. 12. Important FACTORS of LEADERSHIP1. Leader2. Follower3. Situation4. Communication
  13. 13. Important INGREDIENTSin leadership• The key to leadership: Priorities;• The most important ingredient of leadership: Integrity;• The ultimate test of leadership: Creating positive change;• The quickest way to gain leadership: Problem solving;• The extra plus in leadership: Attitude;• Most appreciable asset of leadership: People.
  14. 14. SERVICE LEARNING PAPER GUIDE -PERSONAL SELF-REFLECTIONWORKSHEETANSWERING AS A LEADER
  15. 15. PERSONAL SUCCESS:• Has the service-learning project helped you? If so, how?• Describe the strengths, weaknesses and offer anysuggestions for improvement you have for this assignment.• What knowledge/skills have you learned that will improveyour managerial/leadership skills?• What skills/abilities have you gained that will help you inyour personal and work-related relationships?• Do you think you were successful in this service-learningproject?• Please elaborate on your areas of success or non-success.
  16. 16. PERSONAL LEARNING:• What have you learned about yourself? (Yourabilities, strengths/weaknesses, personality...)• What are your personal qualities that makeyou a good participant in this project?
  17. 17. CIVIC, SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY:• Has participating in service-learning enhanced yoursense of civic responsibility and your desire to serveyour community and fellow citizens? Do you plan toperform community service in the future?• What have you learned about ethics and corporatesocial responsibility from this project?• What memories/experiences will you take with youfrom participation in this service-learning project?
  18. 18. PRINCIPLES IN LEADERSHIP• Know yourself and seek self-improvement• Be technically proficient.• Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions.• Make sound and timely decisions.• Set the example.• Know your people and look out for their well-being.• Keep your workers informed.• Develop a sense of responsibility in your workers.• Ensure that tasks are understood, supervised, and accomplished.• Train as a team.• Use the full capabilities of your organization.
  19. 19. MANAGING YOURLEADERSHIPCONCLUSION
  20. 20. We can conclude that.. Leadership and management are categorically different and similar. Leader managers are possible. Principles, factors, and ingredients do not teach us but remind us ofdetails which we might not take into attention or forget to consider. Leaders talk of vision, managers of task completion. Leaders need managers for output, managers need leaders for direction. Leadership is acquired from those who have gone before us.Management is learned by being a worker and later a manager. Followers are the best leaders. Workers are the best managers. We can have the best of both worlds.
  21. 21. THANK YOU forLISTENING! 

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