LEADERSHIP & TEAMWORK
LEADERSHIP
• ‘’LEADERSHIP IS LIKE “BEAUTY” IT’S HARD TO DEFINE…. BUT
YOU KNOW IT WHEN YOU SEE IT.’’
• Influencing people b...
ROLE OF A LEADER
• Initiator
• Confidence builder
• Coordinator
• Motivator
• Optimist
LEADERSHIP THEORIES
TRAITS THEORY
• First theory of leadership.
• Thomas Carlyle (1841) can be considered one of the pioneers of the
trait the...
GREAT MAN THEORY
• Leaders are born and not made.
• Most leadership comes from upper class of society.
• Small number of l...
BEHAVIORAL THEORY
• Leaders can be made, rather than are born.
• Successful leadership is based on definable, learnable be...
CONTINGENCY THEORY
• The leader's effectiveness is dependent upon various factors. e.g.
leader's preferred style, capabili...
LEADERSHIP STYLES
This theory suggests four major styles of leadership.
1) Autocratic
2) Democratic
3) Laissez-faire
4) Pa...
AUTOCRATIC LEADERSHIP STYLE
• One man show and “hands off”
• Directs or orders participants on what
to do, when to do it a...
DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP
• Developing trust and mutual respect
are part of this concept.
• Voting and “majority rule” are
ele...
LAISSEZ-FAIRE LEADERSHIP
• Freedom for making decisions is
given to participants with this
leadership style.
• Decisions c...
PATERNALISTIC LEADERSHIP
• Leader acts as a ‘father figure.’
• Believes in the need to support staff.
“Do as I do”
“This i...
LEADERSHIP REQUIREMENTS
• Vision
• Courage
• Focus
• Determination
• Persistence
• Honesty/Integrity
• Team Building
• Com...
THE PROCESS OF WORKING COLLABORATIVELY WITH A GROUP OF PEOPLE
IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE A GOAL
STAGES OF TEAM DEVELOPMENT
Stage Activities
Forming Direct the team, and establish clear objectives, both for the team as a whole and
for individual ...
TEAMS VS GROUPS
All teams are groups but not all groups are teams
Group Teams
Focus Performance & goals,
reliance on indiv...
PROS & CONS OF TEAM WORKING
Advantages Disadvantages
Synergy Adherence to group standards
Lesser Errors Social Loafing
Imp...
DECISION MAKING IN TEAMS
• Leader-centered decision making model (leader makes decision
and direct other members)
• Team-c...
EFFECTIVE TEAM MEETINGS
• Plan outcomes
• Produce an Agenda
• Be time sensitive
• Assign someone to take notes
• Assign ta...
LEADER VS MANAGER
LEADER
1. A person who is followed by others.
MANAGER
1. A person controlling or administering a
busines...
LEADER VS MANAGER
LEADERS:
• Do the right thing
MANAGER:
• Do things right
LEADERSHIP VS
MANAGEMENT
• Management seeks stability & predictability
• Leadership seeks improvement through change
HOW TEAM MEMBER CHARACTERISTICS
IMPACT SMT EFFECTIVENESS
• Personal accountability
• Emotional stability
• Innovation
• Ef...
CHALLENGES
• Learning of new behaviors
• Difficult to find efficient or innovative resource at low cost
• Oppose to change...
What is the bottom line for you?
• You are in control of your environment.
• You can make every setback an opportunity for...
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  1. 1. LEADERSHIP & TEAMWORK
  2. 2. LEADERSHIP • ‘’LEADERSHIP IS LIKE “BEAUTY” IT’S HARD TO DEFINE…. BUT YOU KNOW IT WHEN YOU SEE IT.’’ • Influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation while operating to accomplish the mission and improving the organization. • The ability of developing and communicating a vision to people that will make that vision true.
  3. 3. ROLE OF A LEADER • Initiator • Confidence builder • Coordinator • Motivator • Optimist
  4. 4. LEADERSHIP THEORIES
  5. 5. TRAITS THEORY • First theory of leadership. • Thomas Carlyle (1841) can be considered one of the pioneers of the trait theory. • People are born with leadership qualities. • Good leaders have the right (or sufficient) combination of traits. • Future leadership can be predicted, if the leadership abilities in a person are identified.
  6. 6. GREAT MAN THEORY • Leaders are born and not made. • Most leadership comes from upper class of society. • Small number of leaders from lower class of society. • Leadership is inherited
  7. 7. BEHAVIORAL THEORY • Leaders can be made, rather than are born. • Successful leadership is based on definable, learnable behavior. • Leadership qualities don’t consider inborn traits • leadership capability can be learned • This theory opens the floodgates to leadership development
  8. 8. CONTINGENCY THEORY • The leader's effectiveness is dependent upon various factors. e.g. leader's preferred style, capabilities, behaviors etc. • A leadership style that is effective in some situations may not be successful in others. • leaders who are very effective at one place and time may become unsuccessful either when transplanted to another situation or when the factors around them change.
  9. 9. LEADERSHIP STYLES This theory suggests four major styles of leadership. 1) Autocratic 2) Democratic 3) Laissez-faire 4) Paternalistic
  10. 10. AUTOCRATIC LEADERSHIP STYLE • One man show and “hands off” • Directs or orders participants on what to do, when to do it and how long to continue. • The leader may not tell participants reasons for his/her orders. “Do what I tell you!” “You MUST do this NOW!”
  11. 11. DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP • Developing trust and mutual respect are part of this concept. • Voting and “majority rule” are elements. “What do you think” “Let’s see what the group wants to do”
  12. 12. LAISSEZ-FAIRE LEADERSHIP • Freedom for making decisions is given to participants with this leadership style. • Decisions comes from within the group. “Make your own decisions to achieve the goals”
  13. 13. PATERNALISTIC LEADERSHIP • Leader acts as a ‘father figure.’ • Believes in the need to support staff. “Do as I do” “This is how it must be done! Watch ME!”
  14. 14. LEADERSHIP REQUIREMENTS • Vision • Courage • Focus • Determination • Persistence • Honesty/Integrity • Team Building • Commitment to Excellence • Good listener • Flexible • Communicator & Motivator
  15. 15. THE PROCESS OF WORKING COLLABORATIVELY WITH A GROUP OF PEOPLE IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE A GOAL
  16. 16. STAGES OF TEAM DEVELOPMENT
  17. 17. Stage Activities Forming Direct the team, and establish clear objectives, both for the team as a whole and for individual team members. Storming Establish processes and structures. Build trust and good relationships between team members. Resolve conflicts swiftly if they occur. Provide support, especially to those team members who are less secure. Remain positive and firm in the face of challenges to your leadership, or to the team's goal. Norming Step back and help team members take responsibility for progress towards the goal. (This is a good time to arrange a team-building event.) Performing Delegate tasks and projects as far as you can. Once the team is achieving well, you should aim to have as light a touch as possible. You will now be able to start focusing on other goals and areas of work. Adjourning Take the time to celebrate the team's achievements – you may work with some of your people again , and this will be much easier if people view past experiences positively.
  18. 18. TEAMS VS GROUPS All teams are groups but not all groups are teams Group Teams Focus Performance & goals, reliance on individual abilities Sharing information, insight, reinforce individual performance standards Team Members Shared responsibility More Independent
  19. 19. PROS & CONS OF TEAM WORKING Advantages Disadvantages Synergy Adherence to group standards Lesser Errors Social Loafing Improvement & innovation Conflicts Members self motivated & empowered Difference in opinions/methodology Timeliness
  20. 20. DECISION MAKING IN TEAMS • Leader-centered decision making model (leader makes decision and direct other members) • Team-centered decision making model (decisions are made with consensus of team members)
  21. 21. EFFECTIVE TEAM MEETINGS • Plan outcomes • Produce an Agenda • Be time sensitive • Assign someone to take notes • Assign tasks and resposiblities • Summarize & review assignment • Take Feedbacks
  22. 22. LEADER VS MANAGER LEADER 1. A person who is followed by others. MANAGER 1. A person controlling or administering a business or a part of a business. 2. A person regarded in terms of skill in household or financial or other management.
  23. 23. LEADER VS MANAGER LEADERS: • Do the right thing MANAGER: • Do things right
  24. 24. LEADERSHIP VS MANAGEMENT • Management seeks stability & predictability • Leadership seeks improvement through change
  25. 25. HOW TEAM MEMBER CHARACTERISTICS IMPACT SMT EFFECTIVENESS • Personal accountability • Emotional stability • Innovation • Effective communication • Problem solving skills • Ability to engender trust
  26. 26. CHALLENGES • Learning of new behaviors • Difficult to find efficient or innovative resource at low cost • Oppose to change • More focus on quantity rather then quality • Adaption of new working methodology
  27. 27. What is the bottom line for you? • You are in control of your environment. • You can make every setback an opportunity for success. • You can be anything you can be! Whatever you want to be is entirely up to you • You can become the person you want to be. Dress like that person, talk like that person, act like that person, write like that person, and that will be you.
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