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Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
Managing Projects as a Servant Leader
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Managing Projects as a Servant Leader

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How to manage projects and run events as a Servant Leader - delivered to the incoming Young Jains UK 2008-2009 Executive Committee at the Young Jains Residential Retreat April 2008.

How to manage projects and run events as a Servant Leader - delivered to the incoming Young Jains UK 2008-2009 Executive Committee at the Young Jains Residential Retreat April 2008.

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  • 1. Managing Projects as a Servant Leader By Suraj Dinesh Shah, Young Jains UK
  • 2. Project Management
    • Part I: Servant Leadership
    • Part II: Event Management
    • Q & A
  • 3. Part I: Servant Leadership
  • 4. When Have You Been Led?
    • Write down an example of when you were:
      • Being led at work / uni
      • Being led in the community
      • Being led at home
    • What do you remember?
    • How did it feel?
    • What worked well?
    • What didn’t work so well?
    • Share…
  • 5. When Have You Been The Leader?
    • Write down an example of when you were:
      • The one leading at work / uni
      • The one leading in the community
      • The one leading at home
    • What do you remember?
    • How did it feel?
    • What worked well?
    • What didn’t work so well?
    • Share…
  • 6. What Did You Like Most When Being Led?
    • 1)
    • 2)
    • 3)
  • 7. What Did You Like When Being The Leader?
    • 1)
    • 2)
    • 3)
  • 8. The Art of Servant Leadership
    • Servant Leadership is a philosophy that fosters a caring , empowered , ethical and trusting organisational culture. It is a practical model that encourages leaders to be of service to others, while also being focused on achieving results .
    • Servant Leadership emphasises values & integrity, promotes higher morale & retention, increases workplace passion & motivation, and enhances team cohesion & effectiveness
  • 9. Servant Leadership Objectives
    • To facilitate the growth and development of each person in the working group.
    • To promote community within the working group.
    • To share power and resources.
    • To provide the support needed to help achieve the goals that lead to the common good of individuals and the community as a whole.
  • 10. Can Servant Leadership Work In Young Jains?
    • Case Study: Young Jains Residential Retreat 2007
    • Servant Leader: Suraj Dinesh Shah
    • Shift from ‘Burnt Out Worker’ to ‘Servant Leader’
    • Event Team:
      • Shilun: Project Manager
      • Kewal: Committee Lead
      • Malini: Registration
      • Sonal, Nehal, Sejal: Supporting team members
      • Suraj: Servant Leader
    • Lead Time: Early Feb 2007 to May 2007 – 3 months
    • What is involved in managing an event…?
  • 11. Part II: Event Management
  • 12. Event Management
    • Young Jains
      • YJ Residential Retreats
      • Paryushan Daytime for Kids and Grownups
      • Can We Really Attract Wealth?
    • Professionally
      • 7-Day Training Workshops
      • Weekend Multi-Speaker Seminars for 1000+ people
  • 13. Event Management Considerations
    • Date & Time
    • Location
    • Delivery
    • Communication:
      • Marketing (later…)
      • Relationship building
      • Reminder note(s): What to bring, how to prepare
      • Post event ‘thank you for attending – come again”
    • Registration
    • Kit: A/V (PA system, laptop, projector), flipchart, etc.
    • Post Event: feedback, followup event, article
  • 14. Marketing Your Event
    • Email Marketing
    • Alliances
    • Advertising
    • PR / Publicity, Articles
    • Telemarketing
    • Direct Marketing
    • Referrals, Viral ‘Buzz’ Marketing
    • Social Networks - Facebook
    • Preview Events
    • Teleseminars
  • 15. Elements of an Event Plan
    • Name of Event & Vision
    • Why: How does it align to Young Jains’ Objectives?
    • Who: Target audience – what do we know?
    • What: Key ideas for content
    • How: Delivery - invited speaker, workshop, skit, social…
    • When: Date, Time, Duration, Setup/Setdown time
    • Where: Venue availability, booking, liability
    • Event Co-ordination Team, roles
    • Budget
    • Marketing strategy
    • Post-event considerations
  • 16. Managing Challenges of Leading Events
    • What are challenges you’ve faced?
      • Time keeping
      • Team member commitments
      • Passion for the event
    • Is it manageable?
  • 17. Being The Servant Leader
    • For the next event you lead, what are you looking forward to the most?
    • Pick one person you want to learn from, and ensure you sit next to them during lunch 

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