Leadership of barack obama

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Leadership of barack obama

  1. 1. A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way. —John Maxwell
  2. 2. PRESENTATION : (LEADERSHIP) BY Given by: Sir BABAR JAMIL MEMBERS: Muhammad Saqib Abid ur Rehman Sadia bibi Naveed
  3. 3. BARACK H. OBAMA (As a Leader)
  4. 4. “Content”…. Biography Personality Traits Attitudes Behavior & Styles Comparison with Abraham Lincoln  Model  Power & Influencing Tactics  Leadership lessons     
  5. 5. BIOGRAPHY
  6. 6. Early Life  Born in Honolulu, Hawaii on August 4th 1961  Family moved to the Indonesia in 1967  Schooling in Jakarta (age 6 to 10)  Returned to Honolulu to live with his grandparents in 1971  Punahou School( grades fifth to high school graduation in 1979)
  7. 7. College Years Occidental College Los Angeles in 1979 Columbia University in New York Graduate in 1983 with B.A Worked with Business International Corporation and the New York Public Interest Research Group  Director of the Developing Communities Project (DCP) from June 1985 to May 1988    
  8. 8. College Years  Traveled to Europe for the first time in 1988  Harvard Law School late in 1988  Graduated in 1991 from Harvard with a J.D  Director of Illinois’s "Project Vote” from April to October 1992  Constitutional law professor at the University of Chicago Law School. 
  9. 9. Political career  Elected to the Illinois Senate for the 13th District  In 1996  Chairman of the Illinois Senate’s Health and Human Services Committee In January 2003  2004 election campaign for U.S. Senate  Resigned from the Illinois Senate in November of 2004
  10. 10. Presidential Candidacy  Announced his candidacy on February 10, 2007  Abraham Lincoln delivered his “House of David” speech  Campaign against John McCain  Joe Biden as his vice presidential running mate, August 23, 2008  Obama was sworn in as president of the United States of America on January 20th, 2009
  11. 11. 44th President of USA  Barack Obama is the 44th President of the United States, in 2009  Winning campaign against John McCain.  First African American, became the President of US.  Re-Elected 2nd time , sworn in as president on January 20th, 2013  Wining campaign against Mitt Romney
  12. 12. PERSONALITY TRAITS
  13. 13. Leadership Traits         Integrity Self Confidence Intelligence Sensitivity to others Respect Fairness Citizenship Caring
  14. 14. Big 5 Model of Personality Traits SURGENCY AGREEABLENESS Have Authority OPENNESS ADJUSTMENT CONSCIENTIOUSTo NESS EXPERIENCE Respect of Followers Sensitivity to others Care of followers Calm under pressure Integrity Self- confidence Citizenship Intelligence Seek Change
  15. 15. Big 5 Model of Personality Traits Obama exemplifies high scores in :  agreeableness (getting alone with others)  adjustment (emotional stability)  openness to experience (achievement)
  16. 16. Obama & Achievement Motivation Theory  Obama have : High need for achievement; moderate need for affiliation; low need for power
  17. 17. ATTITUDES
  18. 18. Obama & Theory Y President Obama would fall under Theory Y. Due to ;  his emotional intelligence  He is also quoted saying “I don’t get too high when things are going well and I don’t get too low when things are going tough”.
  19. 19. BEHAVIOR & STYLES
  20. 20. Leadership Styles Transformational-charismatic Cross-Cultural-Global Leadership More pragmatic than ideological More task- than relationship oriented  High need for achievement; moderate need for affiliation; low need for power    
  21. 21. Obama & University of Iowa  The leadership style of Obama is more Democratic Autocratic Democratic
  22. 22. Comparison with Abraham Lincoln
  23. 23. Speaking Skill  Obama is able to inspire through speaking.  Getting straight to the hard issues while still creating the feeling of national unity for his listeners.  skill that is close to Lincoln’s amazing speaking abilities.
  24. 24. Situation  Obama, much like Lincoln, finds himself elected in the middle of a crisis.  National Issues for Lincoln: Civil War, Reconstruction  National Issues for Obama: Economic Crisis, Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Climate Change
  25. 25. Campaign  Lincoln was the republican candidate in 1860 who was known as a moderate who could appeal to the West.  Lincoln won his campaign by telling his life story, a child raised in poverty who made his way to the top.   Obama won his campaign by creating hope of a better tomorrow for his country  "Yes We Can"
  26. 26. POWER & INFLUENTIAL TACTICS
  27. 27. Source of Power  Obama used Personal Power before elected as a President.  Now he uses both Personal Power & Position Power.
  28. 28. Types of Power Obama uses mostly ;  Legitimate Power  Referent Power
  29. 29. Power & influential Tactics TYPE OF POWER INFLUENCING TACTICS LEGITIMATE POWER LEGITIMIZATION RATIONAL PERSUATIONAL CONSULTATION REFERENT POWER INSPIRATIONAL APPEALS PERSONAL APPEAL
  30. 30. LEADERSHIP MODEL
  31. 31. Obama & leadership model Obama uses mostly ;  Contingency Leadership Model  Leader-member Exchange Model
  32. 32. LEADERSHIP LESSONS
  33. 33. References Google YouTube Slide share http://jcsd-cl-obama.weebly.com/index.html http://www.essayjudge.com/document_detail.php?doc_id=1147 http://prospect.org/article/barack-obamas-theory-power http://ecoggins.hubpages.com/hub/Barack-ObamasLeadership-Styles http://obamaspeeches.com/
  34. 34. THANK YOU!

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