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Leadership

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  • 1. Team • A Team is a group of people with complimentary skills who are committed to a common purpose, or goals for which they hold themselves mutually accountable.
  • 2. Leader • A leader is a person who lead himself, a team, a group of people, or an entity to reach a common goal.
  • 3. Boss • A boss is a person who control, make decisions, dominates, or have authority over a team, group of people, or an organization
  • 4. Boss VS Leader
  • 5. Leader vs boss
  • 6. Leadership Leadership is a function of knowing yourself, having a vision that is well communicated, building trust among colleagues, and taking effective action to realize your own leadership potential." Prof. Warren Bennis
  • 7. Types of Leadership 1. Self Leadership 2. Team Leadership 3. Leadership through exchange
  • 8. Team Leadership • Listen to other’s opinion. • Consider other’s suggestions. • Include every member in everything. • Encourage and motivate the team. • Having a vision. • Determine a goal. • Tracking of performance and results. • Having milestones.
  • 9. Leadership through exchange
  • 10. YOU CANNOT LEAD OTHERS UNLESS YOU LEAD YOURSELF
  • 11. Leadership Styles Autocratic Democratic Free Rein Paternalistic
  • 12. Autocratic • Leader makes decisions without reference to anyone else. • Controls team discussion. • Dominates interaction • Independently sets rules and procedures • Individually directs the completion of tasks • Poor listener
  • 13. Democratic • Distribute responsibility • Encourages decision making from different perspectives. • Empower group members to improve and develop. • May help motivation and involvement. • Good listener. • Improves the sharing of ideas and experiences within the team.
  • 14. Free Rein • Team members have all the rights and power to make decisions. • Responsibilities are shared on everybody. • Leaders provide the tools and resources needed for the members to operate. • Group members are expected to solve problems on their own. • The team get very little guidance from leader.
  • 15. Paternalistic • Leader acts as a ‘father figure’ for the team. • Leader is responsible of taking care of the team. • Paternalistic leader makes decision but may consult • Believes in the need to support staff • Team follows any instruction given by the leader.
  • 16. Any Questions ??
  • 17. Thank You

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