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Leaders are not born. Each of us have leadership qualities. We need to identify our qualities and characteristics which can help us to explore our leadership qualities. This is a classroom and …

Leaders are not born. Each of us have leadership qualities. We need to identify our qualities and characteristics which can help us to explore our leadership qualities. This is a classroom and workshop presentation where leadership is discussed, shared and explored. This presentation is a preface to promote bigger leadership concept through out the entire organization.

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  • 1. Know the Leader inside you WORKSHOP PROGRAM FOR PROFESSIONALS & STUDENTS BY NIRJHAR CHAKRAVORTI
  • 2. Nirjhar Chakravorti Nirjhar Chakravorti has completed Graduation in Mechanical Engineering in 2000 from Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College, India. Nirjhar has received & Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management (PGDBM) certificate from Institute of Management Technology (IMT), CDL, Ghaziabad. Nirjhar has experience in design, development and project engineering. During professional life, Nirjhar has worked on different engineering activities, like core design, management planning and project engineering, along with the analysis of life cycle costing for capital expenditure of a profit making company. Also, Nirjhar has worked on organizational re-structuring, implementation of ISO, six sigma and total productive maintenance (TPM).
  • 3. L E A D E R S H I P S K I L L Know the Leader inside you W O R K S H O P & L E C T U R E
  • 4. Are you a LEADER? Yes or No? Ask to yourself.
  • 5. Why? Why you conclude “Yes” or “No”? Any reason?
  • 6. Reason behind “Yes” or “No”, are based on some Qualities! Correct? Qualities of a LEADER? Just think….and write down one by one. Try to find out qualities of a leader from your conception and own understanding!
  • 7. Some conclusion about leaders (as per our concept)• Lead a team • Honest • Sincere • Self-confident • Energetic (high activity level) • Dependable • Adaptable to situations • Ambitious and achievement orientated • Assertive • Cooperative • Decisive • Persistent • Tolerant of stress • Alert to social environment • Dominant (desire to influence others) • Willing to assume responsibility
  • 8. A Question. Is it possible to have all these qualities in a single person? The Answer: Most logically, except extra ordinary leaders, most probably “No”. But still we get leaders in every field, in every situation! What you need to become a leader?
  • 9. What you need to become a leader?  Know yourself  Have some vision  Communicate that vision to colleagues  Build trust among colleagues  Take effective action to achieve your own potential Extract from definition of leadership by Prof. Warren Bennis. Warren Gamaliel Bennis is an American scholar, organizational consultant and author, widely regarded as a pioneer of the contemporary field of Leadership studies.
  • 10. Leadership Theory Early theories: Leaders are • Exceptional people, • Born with innate (natural) qualities, • Destined to lead by trait
  • 11. Leadership Theory Autocratic Delegative Theories of 1960s: Behaviourist Theories: Leaders behaviour and actions are most important than their traits and skills. Different leadership behaviours categorised as ‘leadership styles’ as • Autocratic, • Delegative, • Bureaucratic  Managing People • Democratic Bureaucratic Democratic
  • 12. Leadership Theory Theories of 1970s: TASK Functional Theories: Leader is concerned with the interaction of 3 areas: Task – goal setting, methods and process Team – effective interaction/communication, clarify roles, team morale Individual –attention to behaviour, feelings, coaching TEAM INDIVIDUAL
  • 13. Leadership Theory Theories of 1970s & ‘80s: Situational/contingency theories: Leadership style changes according to the 'situation‘ and individual team member’s competency and motivation. Low Motivation High Delegating (Observing) Selling (Coaching) Participating (Supporting) Telling (Directing) Low Competence High
  • 14. Lets have some teamwork.... Form small group & do a collage on a white paper using paper cutting on any theme Remember: Each and every member of the team is important, who ever he or she is! Example: Hydro Power Environment Green energy
  • 15. Basic Concept of Motivation Need Hierarchy Theory: As per Dr. Maslow, human motivation has 5 levels. Human wants to satisfy his needs one by one from bottom to top of the pyramid. To motivate one individual, leader needs to understand the present need level of the individual. If the leader can understand the present need level of the individual, then leader can motivate the individual by satisfying his need, if possible.
  • 16. Leadership Theory New Leadership Theory: Transformational Theory: • Leaders inspire individuals, build up trust, and promote creativity and personal growth • Individuals develop a sense of purpose to help the group, organisation or society. This goes beyond their own self-interests, rewards or recognition for effort or devotion.
  • 17. An Interesting Concept: Leading from the middle: For a team it is not desirable to have limited leaders. It is important to have multiple leaders in every level, in every sub groups and in every work. It is important that every individual of the team has to be encouraged to become a leader at individual level. Organizations rise and fall on the qualities and activities of their leadership at every level. Successful organizations cannot wait until someone gets to the top to start leading. Organizations need leaders in the middle level, who create values through out the organization.
  • 18. Leadership Theory CONVENTIONAL LEADERSHIP LEADER TEAM INDIVIDUAL TASK PURPOSE
  • 19. Leadership Theory TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP PURPOSE TEAM LEADER INDIVIDUAL TASK
  • 20. Leadership Philosophies PURPOSE OF LEADERSHIP ? PURPOSE ? TEAM LEADER INDIVIDUAL TASK
  • 21. Leadership Philosophies ETHICAL LEADERSHIP Purpose People Planet Probity (Honesty) • Promoting sustainability, equality, environment, humanity, heritage • Acting with love, integrity, compassion, honesty, truth
  • 22. Lets have some teamwork.... As a group vocally explain the “topic of your collage and how you made the collage together” Try to explain that you have followed P-D-C-A cycle. Try to find out whether your collage has concept of Purpose, People, Planet, Probity Hydro Power Environment Green energy
  • 23. Be a leader.... • Do SWOT Analysis for yourself. Strength Weakness Opportunities Threats • When ever you think, think with clarity. Try to be clear about yourself first. Be confident in your abilities. • Be accountable and responsible to the purpose and to the individual of the team • Try to develop others. Developing others never hurt your interest in larger scale, until and unless you have some weakness. • Don’t think about what people think about you. • Be positive and try to face problems instead of leaving problem. • Dream.......
  • 24. Thank You. Regards, Nirjhar Chakravorti email id: nirjhar.mechanical@gmail.com

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