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Teen Leadership Academy day 5

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Focus on emotional intelligence and review on leadership, personality types, etc.

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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 5 Geocaching/GPS challenge Review of GPS challenge Leadership review What have you learned?
  • 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. Why engaging your team emotionally is VITAL for a leader!
  • 11. 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
  • 12. Servant Leadership—every life has a story
  • 13. 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."
  • 14. Funny Teamwork videos
  • 15. Leadership by Michael Scott from “The Office”
  • 16. What makes ALL the difference? LEADERSHIP by Ken Blanchard
  • 17. Why sustainability is a part of LEADERSHIP by Peter Drucker
  • 18. Ten To-Dos For Young People about LEADERSHIP by Jim Collins
  • 19. Mindmap what you have LEARNED this week
  • 20. Review of the Day Highlights Low points Goals met for the day? 3 Goals for tomorrow?