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  • Note for 2: In a leadership role, people skills are more important than technical skills. The best leaders are those who work towards a goal. Your Cause, your Purpose and your Mission in life will make you charismatic, not the other way round.
  • Do you know many people who would follow you?

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  • 1. PRESENTATION ON PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS By Luqman O. Obileye
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
  • 3. Who Do I Work For?
    • Case Study: Luqman O. Obileye
    • Habib Nigeria Bank Plc
    • Mr. Mohsin Aziz
    • Dr. (Mrs.) Mutiat Obileye
  • 4. Will You Hire Me?
    • If I:
    • Lack Initiative
    • Lack Commitment
    • Don’t and won’t cooperate with everyone
    • Refuse to be accountable for decisions, actions, and consequences
    • Do not learn from mistakes
  • 5. Will You Hire Me?
    • Lack imagination and/or curiosity?
    • Lack ethics. This means that I lack the judgment to know the right thing to do, the integrity to do it, the character to stand up to those who don’t and the courage to stop those who won’t.
  • 6. Quote
    • We are CEOs of our own companies: Me Incorporated! To be in business today is to be Head Marketer of the brand called “You”.
    • - Tom Peters
  • 7. You are CEO
    • Luqman Obileye does NOT work for Habib Nigeria Bank Plc, Mr. Mohsin Aziz, nor Dr. (Mrs.) Mutiat Obileye. I work for ME!
  • 8. You are CEO
    • Landing a job is a lot like selling a product. You must demonstrate to t he "buyer" that your product (the total of your education, skills, experience, personality, character, etc.) is more valuable than another candidate's and that "you" are worth a certain price or salary.
  • 9. The Brand Called You Incorporated
  • 10. Branding Yourself
    • Self branding is important for both job seekers and those already employed.
    • In fact, anyone hoping to find professional success must think about brand "Me" and just what this brand looks and sounds like.
  • 11. Branding Yourself
    • Just as you choose one detergent brand over another because of its performance and reputation, hiring managers and supervisors make their decisions about you based on your past performance, professional reputation, how you present yourself, and how enthusiastic you are to get the job done.
  • 12. 4 Steps to Branding
    • Step 1: Define Your Brand. You can't sell a brand you aren't familiar with, so your first step must b e defining what makes you the professional you are.
  • 13. 4 Steps to Branding
    • Why a re you unique? (who are you?)
    • What are your talents? (what do you stand for?)
    • What would make someone choose you over another worker? (how do you perform?)
  • 14. Step 2: Determine Your Objectives.
    • Every branding manager starts by setting goals.
    • What do you want to achieve throughout your time with y our company, or throughout your career?
    • Where do you see yourself in 10 ye ars, and where would you like to see yourself?
    • Are you on the right path?.
  • 15. Step 2: Determine Your Objectives.
    • Take a serious look at your career and direction, and set attainable objectives.
    • Maybe your goal is to receive a promotion to a management position this year
    • Perhaps you want to make a career change t o a new industry.
  • 16. Step 2: Determine Your Objectives.
    • Whatever it is, determine if your brand message, that i s your experience, skills and reputation, will help you achieve your goals.
  • 17. Step 3: Increase Your Visibility
    • What can you do to make yourself more visible? How about volunteering to participate in a big project at work?
    • What about joining a special events planning committee, or just speaking up at a meeting where some of the powerful executives in your company a re in attendance? Think of your goals, and then decide what kind of visibility you need to achieve to reach them.
  • 18. Step 4: Live Up to Your Own Brand .
    • Don't let your own brand leave others feeling disappointed. R eputation is a big part of branding.
    • Go the extra mile on team projects, give it your all on every assignment, and lend a hand when you n eed to. When others work with you, they will talk. Make sure they have nothing but positive things to say.
  • 19. How Do I start to work for “Me”?
  • 20. Quote
    • I am convinced that great achievements do NOT necessarily require extraordinary people or unusual talk or “luck”, but great achievement DOES require that we do our work faithfully, day by day.
    • - Phillip Humbert
  • 21. Shareholders Wealth
    • In business, the primary goal is to build the business in order to increase shareholders wealth.
    • “ Me” Incorporated is also in business to build up its abilities, competence, personality, character, etc)
  • 22. 5 successful techniques
    • Keep developing new skills
    • Become a valuable resource to your colleagues and friends
    • Be different: Separate yourself from the crowd
    • Promote the end result “Me Incorporated”
    • Anticipate change
  • 23. Anticipate Change
    • Majority of men meet with failure because of their lack of persistence in creating new plans to take the place of those which fail
    • - Napoleon Hill
  • 24. My Life as Mr. Nobody!
  • 25. He met Dr. John C. Maxwell
    • Young man to Dr. Maxwell: “I’ve decided I want to be a leader. Who do I start leading?”
    • Dr Maxwell to young man: “That’s an easy answer. Start with yourself”
  • 26. Leadership Mythology
    • Leadership is a rare ability only given to a few. Many still believe that leaders are born not made. Na lie!
    • Leaders are charismatic. Well, many leaders are but most are not!
    • The most senior, experienced or highest in position is the leader. True leadership is based on action, performance, ability and effectiveness
  • 27. Leadership Mythology (contd.)
    • Effective leadership is based on control, coercion, and manipulation. A leader is someone you would follow to a place you would not go by yourself (Joel Barker).
    • Good leaders have more education than other people. When it comes to leadership, experience is the best teacher.
  • 28. MISSION STATEMENT
    • At “Me” Incorporated, we shall be foremost:
    • in the continuous identification and pursuit of opportunity,
    • the marshalling and organisation of resources to address evolving opportunities,
    • and the ongoing reassessment of needs as the context changes over time
  • 29. What about you?
  • 30. Questions
  • 31. Management Lessons!
  • 32. More Quotes
    • “ It’s better to build your skills than to try to ‘beat’ someone”.
    • 2. “It’s not who you know; it’s who knows you” (sell yourself?)
    • - Jeffrey Gitomer
  • 33. When Opportunity comes,
      • It’s
      • too
      • late to
      • Prepare! - John Wooden
  • 34. The 57 Rules Of Success!
    • Deliver the Goods
    • The Other 56 don’t matter!
  • 35. 99% of Failures
    • are people who have a habit of making excuses!!!
  • 36. Your
    • attitude
    • determines
    • your
    • altitude!
  • 37. It is easy to
    • make a buck….. it’s a lot tougher to make a difference!
    • - Tom Brokaw
  • 38. Thank you for your attention