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Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
Teen Leadership Academy day 4
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Focus on Public Speaking and Sustainability at Kennesaw State University

Focus on Public Speaking and Sustainability at Kennesaw State University

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  • 1. CHET AUSTIN TEEN LEADERSHIP ACADEMY Kennesaw State University Instructor John Roland June 2-6, 2014
  • 2. REMINDER--Remembering Names  Leaders need to realize the importance of knowing and understanding the people they want to lead.  Why is it important for leaders to remember the names of people they want to lead?  What would you like to know about each other?
  • 3. REMINDER--First Followership: Leadership lessons from the dancing guy.
  • 4. Agenda for Day 4 Public Speaking Skills Storytelling Student Presentations Sustainability Cultural Differences
  • 5. THE WHOLE PERSON What are the Strengths of Character that make up the “whole person”?
  • 6. Lions Lion- This personality likes to lead. The lion is good at making decisions and is very goal-oriented. They enjoy challenges, difficult assignments, and opportunity for advancement. Because lions are thinking of the goal, they can step on people to reach it. Lions can be very aggressive and competitive. Lions must learn not to be too bossy or to take charge in other’s affairs. Strength: Goal-oriented, strong, direct Weakness: Argumentative, too dictatorial Limitation: Doesn’t understand that directness can hurt others, hard time expressing grace
  • 7. Beavers Beaver- Organized. Beavers think that there is a right way to do everything and they want to do it exact that way. Beaver personalities are very creative. They desire to solve everything. Desire to take their time and do it right. Beavers do not like sudden changes. They need reassurance. Strength: High standards, order, respect Weakness: Unrealistic expectations of self & others, too perfect. Limitation: Seeing the optimistic side of things, expressing flexibility
  • 8. Golden Retrievers Golden Retriever- Good at making friends. Very loyal. Retriever personalities do not like big changes. They look for security. Can be very sensitive. Very caring. Has deep relationships, but usually only a couple of close friends. Wants to be loved by everyone. Looks for appreciation. Works best in a limited situation with a steady work pattern. Strength: Accommodating, calm, affirming Weakness: Indecisive, indifferent, unable to express emotional, too soft on other people Limitation: Seeing the need to be more assertive, holding others accountable
  • 9. Otter Otter- Otters are very social creature. Otter personalities love people. They enjoys being popular and influencing and motivating others. Otter can sometimes be hurt when people do not like them. Otter personalities usually have lots of friends, but not deep relationships. They love to goof-off. (They are notorious for messy rooms.) Otters like to hurry and finish jobs. (Jobs are not often done well.) The otter personality is like Tigger in Winnie The Pooh. Strength: People person, open, positive Weakness: Talks too much, too permissive Limitation: Remembering past commitments, follow through with discipline
  • 10. How to about leadership . . . relating to our personality types.
  • 11. Tony Robbins on Servant Leadership
  • 12. Chick-fil-A S.E.R.V.E. Leadership Model  “Those who want to become great (leaders) must be willing to become servants.” Years ago, Chick-fil-A built their leadership competency model around the word SERVE, because they believe that great leaders…  S ee the future E ngage and develop others R einvent continuously V alue results and relationships E mbody the values
  • 13. Servant Leadership—every life has a story
  • 14. Engage and mentoring leadership with John Maxwell
  • 15. Reinvent Continuous change by Seth Godin (2)
  • 16. Chick-fil-A: Fast Company article  The main idea of "servant leadership," says Cathy, is that leaders serve the staff. Managers treat their employees how they want those employees, in turn, to treat customers. "If we have to keep telling people what to do, it means we're not modeling the behavior ourselves," says Cathy. "If we're living it every day, we don't need to talk about it."
  • 17. Mindmap your FAVORITE childhood experience describing your senses
  • 18. Mindmap your FAVORITE childhood--PRESENTATIONS
  • 19. Be a more CONFIDENT public speaker
  • 20. Most important SKILL in public speaking is SELF- CONFIDENCE
  • 21. 23 30 - Tips For A Beginner In Public Speaking
  • 22. 24 The ability to speak in front of audience is considered as a sign of Self-confidence. Why Speak in Public ?
  • 23. 25 The unique features of this presentation is the tips given here are time tested over 25 years among youth
  • 24. 26Public Speaking Matter Language Style
  • 25. KEY element of public speaking is you must KNOW what you are talking about!!
  • 26. Great inspirational speech with 3 main points by Steve Jobs
  • 27. 29 Public Speaking #1 Start with a proper GREETING to the judges and audience
  • 28. 30 Public Speaking #2 ORGANIZE your speech into three basic parts  Attractive - INTRODUCTION  Meaningful - MAIN SPEECH  Clear & Crisp - CONCLUSION
  • 29. 31 Public Speaking #3 MAKE the introduction BRIEF but ATTENTION GATHERING
  • 30. 32 Public Speaking #4 OPEN your speech with any one of the four techniques :  Quotation  Example  Definition  Humor ( HUMOR is little difficult to deliver ; unless you are good at telling jokes, DON’T try this technique )
  • 31. 33 Public Speaking #5 MAKE NO more than THREE major points in a three minutes speech
  • 32. 34 Public Speaking #6 STRUCTURE the points as under a) MAKE a single & clear statement of your point b) ELABORATE the point in few sentences  c) Give one or two examples to support the point (sequence may vary c,a,b..)
  • 33. 35 Public Speaking #7 BALANCE the points to consider all aspects of situation.
  • 34. 36 Public Speaking #8 EMPHASIZE your arguments but don’t show bias.
  • 35. 37 Public Speaking #9 MOVE from one point to another - LOGICALLY & SMOOTHLY
  • 36. 38 Public Speaking #10 END with a word of thanks.
  • 37. 39Public Speaking- LANGUAGE #11 AVOID grammatical faults
  • 38. 40 Public Speaking #12 USE correct pronunciation
  • 39. 41 Public Speaking #13 USE the right word as far as possible ( You should have / develop a good vocabulary to do this )
  • 40. 42 Public Speaking #14 PREFER simple sentences. Similarly prefer direct speech (active voice) to reported speech (passive voice)
  • 41. 43 Public Speaking #15 CITE specific example instead of making generalizations.
  • 42. 44 Public Speaking #16 CREATE word pictures Example - say : “My friend Ram”, instead of “a friend” Say : “It is hard as maths to me” , not weakly “it is hard”
  • 43. 45 Public Speaking #17 USE pauses appropriately (when you make an important / major point - it will sink into the minds of your audience well)
  • 44. 46 Public Speaking #18 SPEAK fluently
  • 45. 47 Public Speaking #19 AVOID :  Putting on an unnatural / foreign accent
  • 46. 48 Public Speaking #20 AVOID : Use of big words to show off jargon, slang & cliches
  • 47. 49 Public Speaking- STYLE #21 TAKE a good look at the audience, judges and the arrangements while you are waiting for your turn to speak.
  • 48. 50 Public Speaking #22 WALK at your normal pace to the dais / speaker podium when called to speak
  • 49. 51 Public Speaking #23 STAND erect, but not stiff
  • 50. 52 Public Speaking #24 LOOK at judges, audience and take a deep breath.
  • 51. 53 Public Speaking #25 SMILE at the most friendly face (pretty / handsome one) you can see in the audience - if you prefer ! Now begin speaking.
  • 52. 54 Public Speaking #26 KEEP your voice at a level that suits the size of the audience and the hall / room
  • 53. 55 Public Speaking #27 SPEAK at your natural speed (like when you talk to your friends or at home)
  • 54. 56 Public Speaking #28 LOOK at different sections of the audience once in a while. (Don’t stare at someone or a particular object in the room)
  • 55. 57 Public Speaking #29 ALLOW your hands the natural gestures they are used to, while you speak.
  • 56. 58 Public Speaking #30 After you finish your speech pause briefly, take a couple of steps back and then RETURN to your seat.
  • 57. Sustainability  What did you LEARN today from KSU Commons?  What did they do well?  How does this relate to you?  How can they IMPROVE what they are doing?  How will you APPLY this to your life?
  • 58. 10 things young leaders need to succeed by Dan Rockwell  High personal standards. Low standards lead to mediocrity.  Clarity regarding challenges. Making it easy, when its difficult, frustrates and disappoints.  Ability to transition through disappointment and frustration to positive action.  Real, meaningful responsibility. Young leaders don’t realize you’re putting political capital on the line for them, when you give them authority. Do it anyway. Let them do things where failure matters.  Environments where it’s safe to try and learn.  Behavioral solutions to leadership failures.  A “one of,” not, “one above,” attitude.  Responsibility, not entitlement.  Experienced leaders who believe in them.  Affirmation and constant feedback. Encourage them to evaluate and give feedback on their own performance.  Bonus: Young leaders need mentors, not meddlers.
  • 59. Review of the Day Highlights Low points Goals met for the day? 3 Goals for tomorrow?

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