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LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
LDP Session1: Introduction
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LDP Session1: Introduction

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Session 1 is about setting the tone for the coming weeks. The purpose is to introduce the program and to hilite the importance of Personal Leadership.

Session 1 is about setting the tone for the coming weeks. The purpose is to introduce the program and to hilite the importance of Personal Leadership.

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  • 1. Expectations and other pre-conceived notions about the program 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 2
  • 2. Program Objective  To create a pool of capable and passionate individuals who can lead the organization in the future;  To provide learners with a holistic leadership training approach that will develop their leadership, managerial, entrepreneurial and communication skills;  To prepare the individual and the organization for growth. 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 3
  • 3. The quality of a leader is reflected in the standards they set for themselves. Ray Kroc Education is the mother of leadership. Wendell L. Willkie 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 4
  • 4. Training Methodology  Lectures and Case Analysis  Open Discussion and sharing of experience  Readings and Assignments  Participative  Actual Work Situation Analysis  Film showing 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 5
  • 5. Learning Framework  Learning will be conducted on 2-hour weekly sessions;  Each session is an opportunity to communicate better;  Everyone is expected to participate and contribute;  Learning materials and idea sharing via email; 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 6
  • 6. COMMUNICATION SKILLS LEADERSHIP ENTREPRENEURIAL MANAGEMENT CORPORATE PRACTICES BASIC MANAGEMENT SKILLS 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 7
  • 7. Program Outline  Module 1 LEADERSHIP  Module 2 MANAGERIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP  Module 3 TPC COPORATE PRACTICES  Module 4 BASIC MANAGEMENT SKILLS 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 8
  • 8. Session Outline  30-second sharing for ALL participants  Each session will begin with a short summary of the previous session by a volunteer from the participants;  Session proper will either be a lecture, a case analysis, sharing, group dynamics 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 9
  • 9. MODULE 1: Leadership  Concepts  Principles  Human Behavior  Leading  Direction  Communicating  Motivation  Emotional Quotient 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 10
  • 10. MODULE 2: Managerial Entrepreneurship  Concepts  Entrepreneurship  Managers as Entrepreneurs  Managers as Business Owners 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 11
  • 11. MODULE 3: TPC Corporate Practices  Company Mission and Vision  Company Practices  Company Values  Management Style  TPC Systems 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 12
  • 12. MODULE 4: Basic Management  Strategy and Execution  Communication Skills  Interpersonal Skills 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 13
  • 13. Leadership Skills Values Attitude Beliefs Capability 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 14
  • 14. The Meaning of Personal Leadership 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 15
  • 15. Personal Leadership  Leadership is not an end in itself it is always a work in progress;  Leadership is not about setting new year's resolution, its about setting life resolutions  When our vision is clear we have the ability to walk confidently in the direction that we desire  Each of you is a leader because each of you has the power to effect positive or negative change for yourselves and for others 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 16
  • 16. NEXT SESSION  Prepare a 30 second self-introduction of yourself talking about your learning for the week  Identify people you consider your role model. What characteristics did you find worth emulating and why?  Session: Concepts of Leadership  Check your email and follow the instruction written 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 17
  • 17. Leaders LEAD Followers FOLLOW Which one are you? 6/24/2010 http://leadershipdevelopmentprogram.blogspot.com 18

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