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  • 1. Welcome To Illinois LeaderCorps November 12-13, 2009 Leadership Training Springfield, Illinois
  • 2. A View of The Day
    • Introductions
    • Leadership Defined
    • Building A Team
    • Know Your Mission-It’s Possible
    • Vision and Goals
    • The Committee
  • 3. Getting To Know You
    • Who Are You?
    • Where Have You Been?
    • Where Did You Come From?
    • What Are You Good At?
    • Why Are You Here?
    • Where Are You Going?
    • When Were You The Most Happy?
  • 4. Group Work
    • Define Leadership
    • Attributes of a Leader
    • Leaders from the Past and Why
    • Current Leaders and Why
  • 5. Leadership Defined
    • A Person Who People Follow
    • Influence “Nothing More Nothing Less”
    • Leadership is a function of knowing yourself, having a vision that is well communicated
    • The process of influencing the behavior of other people toward group goals in a way that fully respects their freedom."
  • 6. Leaders Empower Others
    • The function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers." - Ralph Nadar
    • " As we look ahead into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others." - Bill Gates
    • "The growth and development of people is the highest calling of leadership." - Harvey S. Firestone
    • "The final test of a leader is that he leaves behind in others the conviction and will to carry on." - Walter Lippman
  • 7. Dimensions of Sustaining Leadership
    • Past Success
    • The capacity to create or catch vision
    • A willingness to take responsibility
    • A completion factor
    • Mental toughness
    • A quality that makes people listen to them
    • Always learning
    • Willing To share
  • 8. Quotes on Leadership Character
    • Example is not the main thing in influencing others, it is the only thing." - Albert Schweitzer
    • "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy." -  Martin Luther King, Jr.
    • "Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other." - John F. Kennedy
  • 9. LUNCH BREAK
  • 10. The Group Harvest
    • Communication
    • Vision
    • Persistent
    • Charismatic
    • Motivator
    • Servant
    • Results oriented
  • 11. Building A Team
    • Clap It Up
    • Size It Up
    • I Know Your Birthday
  • 12. Know Your Mission It’s Possible
    • The AmeriCorps Pledge
    • I will get things done for America - to make our people safer, smarter, and healthier. I will bring Americans together to strengthen our communities. Faced with apathy, I will take action. Faced with conflict, I will seek common ground. Faced with adversity, I will persevere. I will carry this commitment with me this year and beyond. I am an AmeriCorps member, and I will get things done.
  • 13. Clearly Stated Vision
    • The faculty of sight; eyesight
    • Something that is or has been seen.
    • Unusual competence in discernment or perception; intelligent foresight: a leader of vision.
    • The manner in which one sees or conceives of something.
    • A mental image produced by the imagination.
    • The mystical experience of seeing as if with the eyes the supernatural or a supernatural being.
    • A person or thing of extraordinary beauty.
    • To see in or as if in a vision; envision.
  • 14. Clearly Stated Goals
    • The terminal point of a journey or race
    • Team Sports, other than specified Sport a.   a successful attempt at scoring
    • "dream with a deadline," a goal is an observable and measurable end result having one or more objectives to be achieved within a more or less fixed timeframe.
  • 15. The Committee
    • A committee: is a type of small deliberative assembly that is usually intended to remain subordinate to another, larger deliberative assembly—which when organized so that action on committee requires a vote by all its entitled members, is called the “Committee of the Whole.
  • 16. Common Committee Procedures
    • It is common for a chairperson to organize a committee meeting through an agenda , which is usually distributed in advance.
    • The chairperson is responsible for running meetings: keeping the discussion on the appropriate subject. The chairperson being responsible for deciding how formal the committee processes will be.
    • Chairperson reports to the committee of the whole.
  • 17. Eat The Elephant One Bite at a Time Committees
    • Partnerships
    • Logistics
    • Public Relations
    • Program
    • Evaluation
    • Thank You Letters and Calls
  • 18. What’s Next
    • Reflection On The Day
    • Drum Circle Tonight
  • 19. Networking The 411
    • Know Your Mission
    • Keep a Card and Pen at The Ready
    • Be Here Now
    • Listen and Hear
    • Follow-Up…phone call preferred
    • Say Thank You
    • Find The Mutual Benefit
  • 20. Power Partnerships That Demand Media Attention
  • 21. The Power of Words
    • The six most important words: "I admit I made a mistake." - Author unknown
    • The five most important words: "You did a good job."
    • The four most important words: "What is your opinion."
    • The three most important words: "If you please."
    • The two most important words: "Thank you,"
    • The one most important word: "We"
    • The least important word: "I"
  • 22. Our Work Here Is The End of a New Beginning
    • Social Network
    • Vision
    • Goals
    • Planning
    • Phone Calls
    • Building Memories-Intentionally