2013 270TH NROTCU-CORPS OF SPONSORS LEADERSHIP
AND TEAM BUILDING SEMINAR WITH A THEME
“COS: TOWARDS STRONG AND EFFECTIVE L...
The
challenges
of
leadership
are
inside
leaders.
Stop
blaming
organizations and others for your shortfalls
and failures.
T...
The Beginning
• Building the team
– In order for a leader to achieve his or her vision, a
team should be in her side.
– To...
ACTIVITY: Interpersonal Team Norms
Divide into small groups Each group should have a Team Interaction Chart . The groups
a...
Team Interaction Chart

Key Interpersonal Skills
Example: “Think before you speak.”

Norms
“Listen to learn”

Some things ...
ACTIVITY
PRESENTATION
Leadership challenges
always involve changing
situations.
You,
however,
are
the
common factor. Your
ability to lead yourse...
Keep Moving
• Leading change. Leaders don’t just do things,
they change things.
• Maintaining focus on the future.

* http...
VI. Leaders you Admire
Objective (s): To seek leadership characteristics through personal experience
Activity Description:...
ACTIVITY
PRESENTATION
STOP
Leading yourself to build
the
team
is
the
leadership challenge that
produces the most fruit.
Success depends on your
...
Listen
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•

Humility during success.
Confidence during setbacks.
Stepping back so others can step up.
Admittin...
X. Battling Negativity
Activity Description: Ask participants to give examples of the damaging effects of negativity
in th...
ACTIVITY
PRESENTATION
Are you a team of ONE?
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  1. 1. 2013 270TH NROTCU-CORPS OF SPONSORS LEADERSHIP AND TEAM BUILDING SEMINAR WITH A THEME “COS: TOWARDS STRONG AND EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP” START. GO. STOP. RYAN ANDREW F. DELA LUNA 9 FEBRUARY 2013 Villa Edita, Buck Estate, Alfonso, Cavite
  2. 2. The challenges of leadership are inside leaders. Stop blaming organizations and others for your shortfalls and failures. Take the bull by the horns. You are the bull. * http://leadershipfreak.wordpress.com START
  3. 3. The Beginning • Building the team – In order for a leader to achieve his or her vision, a team should be in her side. – To be part of A Team, YOU should have: • Same Goals • Same Visions • Open Minded • Putting plans into action – Follow through. Experience shows up to 90 percent of strategic plans never achieve execution. * http://leadershipfreak.wordpress.com
  4. 4. ACTIVITY: Interpersonal Team Norms Divide into small groups Each group should have a Team Interaction Chart . The groups are directed to do four tasks: A. Make a list of key interpersonal skills that teams must practice in order to be successful (one example is listed on the Chart). B. From the skills listed in column one on the Chart, the group should write three core team interaction norms (one example is given on the Chart). C. Have the group brainstorm to identify things that individuals can do to practice or reinforce each norm. D. Have a spokesperson share the small group's interpersonal norms with the full group. From the norms presented, the full group can compile a master list of team interpersonal norms. This list should be printed and subsequently given to all team members. The team may even want to have a poster made of the norms to be placed in the team meeting room. * http://leadershipfreak.wordpress.com
  5. 5. Team Interaction Chart Key Interpersonal Skills Example: “Think before you speak.” Norms “Listen to learn” Some things to work on “Be aware on NOT interrupting as others speak.” 1. 2. 3. 4. * http://leadershipfreak.wordpress.com
  6. 6. ACTIVITY PRESENTATION
  7. 7. Leadership challenges always involve changing situations. You, however, are the common factor. Your ability to lead yourself is your greatest ability. Situations come and go but you are always there. GO * http://leadershipfreak.wordpress.com
  8. 8. Keep Moving • Leading change. Leaders don’t just do things, they change things. • Maintaining focus on the future. * http://leadershipfreak.wordpress.com
  9. 9. VI. Leaders you Admire Objective (s): To seek leadership characteristics through personal experience Activity Description: Divide the group into small groups. Ask participants to share a story about the best or most influential leader that they have encountered. After each story, identify leadership characteristics by asking the question: “What was it that made this person such an effective leader?” Then as a group, identify the traits that all the leaders seemed to share. All groups then write the shared traits on a white board. You can use this traits list as a springboard to explore more about what makes a good leader. Options: You can ask the groups to share stories about the worst leaders they have encountered. You will get some dandy stories. Added thoughts or considerations: I like to insert an activity like this into a workshop when participants are starting to run a little low on energy. A good story swap frequently revives energy. Be sure not to drag this activity out too long. Encourage the participants to include details in their leadership examples. * http://leadershipfreak.wordpress.com
  10. 10. ACTIVITY PRESENTATION
  11. 11. STOP Leading yourself to build the team is the leadership challenge that produces the most fruit. Success depends on your ability to attract, develop, and retain top talent.
  12. 12. Listen • • • • • • • • Humility during success. Confidence during setbacks. Stepping back so others can step up. Admitting mistakes. One contributor suggests that self-awareness and honesty are essential to saying, “I was wrong.” Listening with the goal of learning. Encouraging constructive dissent. Learning from criticism. Asking for feedback.
  13. 13. X. Battling Negativity Activity Description: Ask participants to give examples of the damaging effects of negativity in the workplace. As a group, discuss the dozen negative “types” listed below. Then have participants brainstorm ways that leaders can handle each type. The goal is to end up with a list of helpful leadership strategies for dealing with negativity. Negativity Types 1. The Resisters--They rail against anything different 2. The Wobbly —They are constantly shifting moods and expect others to adjust to them 3. The Gossipers--They spread rumors and tell inappropriate personal tidbits 4. The Blamers—They are constantly blaming others. 5. The Victims—They believe people are out to get them 6. The Adhesives--They can’t let go, even things that happened years ago 7. The Pessimists--They always expect the worst case scenario 8. The Boilers—They will blow over the slightest provocation 9. The Complainers—They feel everything is wrong or will soon go wrong 10. The Choosers—They are constantly pitting one group against another 11. The Detached-- They feel most everything is dumb or beneath them 12. The Self-Absorbed--They are constantly grabbing credit or attention Options: If you have the time, participants can develop their own list of negative types. Added thoughts or considerations: Ask participants to give actual examples where they have used some of the strategies the group identifies. The conversation will probably move to the question, "What to do with the individual who doesn't respond to the strategies?" * http://leadershipfreak.wordpress.com
  14. 14. ACTIVITY PRESENTATION
  15. 15. Are you a team of ONE?

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