BE THE LEADER – YES YOU CAN…Journey through Youth and Leoism, Aformer LEO’s perspective toLeadershipPresented at Banglades...
ABOUT THE SPEAKERPast Leo District President, 315B 1990-91Past Leo District Secretary, 315B 1989-90Past Leo District Treas...
LEO CLUB OBJECTIVESThe Leo club motto – Leadership, Experience,Opportunity–says it all:LEADERSHIP: Leo members acquire ski...
TRACKS IN LEO CLUBSALPHA LEO CLUBS are designed foryouth between 12 and 18 years old. Thistrack focuses on the individual ...
THE PIONEER OF OUR LEOISM  Ln. Abdul Jabbar Khan
AGENDA Boss or a Leader? Uncommon Leader Traits Leadership and Mentoring Set Goals - Build the Team Prioritize Goals ...
ARE YOU A BOSS OR A LEADEREasier to be a Boss:   Easier to be a Leader: Stress               Vision/Perspective Burnout ...
LAWS OF LEADERSHIPResults of Timing Wrong action / wrong time = Disaster Right action / wrong time = Resistance Wrong a...
WHAT IS LEADERSHIP?“Leaders are individuals who establish direction for a working group of individuals, who gain commitmen...
WHAT IS LEADERSHIP? “Leadership is mobilizing the actions and efforts of others to achieve common goals.”                 ...
UNCOMMON LEADER TRAITS“You can’t move people to action until you  move them with emotion. The heart comes  before the head.”
UNCOMMON LEADER TRAITSPhysical Courage   Moral CourageKnowledge          TactIntegrity          UnselfishnessLoyalty      ...
KNOWLEDGE“Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens.” Jimi  Hendrix We are heading into the Knowledge Age Training of personn...
INTEGRITY “Oil and truth are bound to come to the  surface at any time.” Honesty that stands the test of time A lifetime...
INTEGRITY    “A well beaten path may not lead in the right    direction.” Standing up for what is right when it is  uncom...
SELF CONTROLWhen a person burns with anger or frustration; It is their cue to be silent.” The workload increases / the da...
SELF CONTROL -WITHDRAWALS OR DEPOSITSWithdrawal                  DepositDisrespect/Discourteous     KindNever saying you’r...
ENTHUSIASM“One person with Enthusiasm makes the majority.” Often the difference between the success  and failure of a tea...
TACT“If you haven’t any enemies to forgive, pardon a few   of your friends.”   A professional manner   No longer a over-...
UNSELFISHNESS“Life is only worth living if you live it for others.”                          - Albert Einstein   Caring e...
RESPECTTalk is cheap but like other cheap things it is  liable to prove expensive in the end” Respect should be automatic...
HUMILITYWe do it because we love you Sir for yourself” Rated #1 among all Fortune 500 CEOs Take a dose … it’s not as bad...
INITIATIVE“When is the last time you tried to punch a hole in the  sky?”   Taking the lead means making sacrifices that d...
PRACTICES OF SUCCESSFUL LEADERS   Challenge the process   Inspire a shared vision   Enable others to act   Model the w...
DO WE NEED LEADERS?Great Leaders need no introduction…                                      25
CHALLENGE THE PROCESS                 • Meet and overcome                   barriers                 • Never fear failure ...
INSPIRE A SHARED VISION                         •Vision                         •Team goals                         •Enthu...
MODEL THE WAY             •Set an example             •Deeds match words             •Little things = success    Courtesy ...
ENCOURAGE THE HEART                       Keep going when times                        are tough                       S...
ENABLE OTHERS TO ACT                Shared decisions                Meaning                Coach and support           ...
LEADERSHIP AND MENTORING   One organization with extensive experience in   mentoring, the U.S.Coast Guard,suggests that go...
A MENTOR’S INFLUENCE Influence a child - influence a life Influence a parent - influence a family Influence an employee...
MENTORSHIP: FIVE WAYS TO SUCCEED Mutual Respect  - Agree to Disagree Trust Relationship Building Realistic Self-Asses...
REALIZING YOUR GOALSThink positively about all things - especiallyyou.Expect the best and do your best.Focus on goals and ...
SET YOUR GOALS NOW!“A goal is a dream with a  deadline.”                35
GOALS FOR SUCCESS & HAPPINESS:1. _________________________________2. _________________________________3. _________________...
STEPS TO REACH THOSE GOALS:1. _________________________________2. _________________________________3. ____________________...
QUALITIES I NEED TO PURSUE GOALS:1. _________________________________2. _________________________________3. ______________...
QUALITIES I AM DEFICIENT IN:1. _________________________________2. _________________________________3. ___________________...
BUILD A SUCCESSFUL TEAM   Make each team member feel responsible for the success of    the project   Make each team memb...
WHAT IS A TEAM TO YOU ? Together Everyone Achieves More
WHO PACKS YOUR PARACHUTE ?   Everyone has someone who provides what they need to make it    through the day.   Think Abo...
WHO PACKS YOUR PARACHUTE ?My Parents…..Prof. Abdul MannanMrs. Monowara Begum
RECOGNITION: What? Why? Who? How?
SOME THOUGHTS …..                 PrayerSay prayer in your own term, it helps toconsolidate.
SOME THOUGHTS…..             “YOUR CHARACTER IS                YOUR DESTINY”“Not everything that can be counted counts, an...
SOME THOUGHTS…..                    Glass half full or                     half empty                    You decide…
LEO MEMORIES 1988-91     Leo Pledge Song Courtesy - District 308B2 Leo Clubs, the state     of Central Selangor to Norther...
REFERENCES   The Traits of the Uncommon Leader; U.S. Marine Corps Manual   Exceptional Leadership- Be the Uncommon Leade...
REFERENCES   The Laws of Leadership - John Maxwell   Mentoring - Bobb Biehl   The making of a leader - Frank Damazio  ...
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING ! Opinions expressed in these slides other  than the referenced materials are solely  those of th...
CONTACT INFORMATION E-mail: ziaulmus@yahoo.com Linked-In: Ziaul Mannan Twitter: ZiaulM Facebook: Ziaul Mannan
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  • a keen sense of what to say or do to avoid giving offense; skill in dealing with difficult or delicate situations.
  • Mentorship:FiveWays to SucceedSince the Mentoring Lion and the Protégé Lion have an enormous impact on the resultingpartnership,each mentoring partnership will evolve in its own unique way.However,there aresome common characteristics to be found in successful mentor-protégé partnerships. Chiefamong the characteristics for a successful and satisfying mentor-protégé relationship is thededication and enthusiasm of each partner. In addition, the following have been found to beessential to successful mentoring relationships:• Mutual Respect: Both parties in a mentoring partnership must show respect forthemselves and for their partner. The Protégé Lion should acknowledge and acceptthe knowledge and abilities the Mentoring Lion possesses from years of experience.Simultaneously,the Mentoring Lion must recognize and appreciate the Protégé Lion’s desire todevelop his or her commitment to the association.To help foster this mutual respect,bothpartners should recognize and celebrate their successes on the mentoring journeyTrust: Trust is essential between the Mentoring Lion and Protégé Lion.Those workingtogether with the benefit of open and honest communication,reliability,consistency and asense of loyalty will experience the greatest degree of success.• Relationship Building: The mentoring process is a journey of knowledge and growth,and as such,there may be some obstacles along the way.In order to minimize these obstacles,both the Mentoring Lion and the Protégé Lion must communicate clearly and frequentlyto develop a firm,reliable comprehension of goals and expectations.As problemsarise, they should be addressed immediately and handled appropriately.The partnership’sdecision-making should be thoughtfully considered before proceeding.• Realistic Self-Assessment: Realistic assessment of abilities and expectations of the relationshipare other keys to success in a mentoring connection.The Mentoring Lion shouldencourage the Protégé Lion to make an honest analysis of his or her current capabilities,theamount of time and energy he or she expects the Mentoring Lion to commit to the partnershipand what the Protégé must contribute to further his or her own development. Inturn, the Mentoring Lion should provide honest, constructive feedback to the protégé’sanalysis.At the conclusion of this step,both the mentor and protégé will have a firm understandingof the boundaries and requirements of the relationship.• Time: A successful mentoring partnership requires time and attention. It is essential toschedule a regular, uninterrupted block of time for meetings, conversations or e-mails. Itis also an excellent idea for both partners to “check in” informally between scheduledmeetings or conversations.
  • TogetherEveryoneAchievesMore
  • Slide 1:Who Packs Your Parachutes ? Charles Plumb was a US Navy jet pilot in Vietnam. After 75 combat missions, his plane was destroyed by a surface-to-air missile. Plumb ejected and parachuted into enemy hands. Slide 2:He was captured and spent 6 years in a communist Vietnamese prison. He survived the ordeal and now lectures on lessons learned from that experience! One day, when Plumb and his wife were sitting in a restaurant, a man at another table came up and said, "You're Plumb! You flew jet fighters in Vietnam from the aircraft carrier Kitty Hawk. You were shot down!""How in the world did you know that?" asked Plumb."I packed your parachute," the man replied. Slide 3:Plumb gasped in surprise and gratitude. The man pumped his hand and said, "I guess it worked!" Plumb assured him, "It sure did. If your chute hadn't worked, I wouldn't be here today." Slide 4:Plumb couldn't sleep that night, thinking about that man. Plumb says, "I kept wondering what he had looked like in a Navy uniform: a white hat; a bib in the back; and bell-bottom trousers. I wonder how many times I might have seen him and not even said 'Good morning, how are you?' or anything because, you see, I was a fighter pilot and he was just a sailor." Slide 5:Plumb thought of the many hours the sailor had spent at a long wooden table in the bowels of the ship, carefully weaving the shrouds and folding the silks of each chute, holding in his hands each time the fate of someone he didn't know. Now, Plumb asks his audience, Slide 6:"Who's packing your parachute?" Everyone has someone who provides what they need to make it through the day. He also points out that he needed many kinds of parachutes when his plane was shot down over enemy territory-he needed his physical parachute, his mental parachute, his emotional parachute, and his spiritual parachute. He called on all these supports before reaching safety. Slide 7:Sometimes in the daily challenges that life gives us, we miss what is really important. We may fail to say hello, please, or thank you, congratulate someone on something wonderful that has happened to them, give a compliment, or just do something nice for no reason. As you go through this week, this month, this year, recognize people who pack your parachutes. Slide 8:I am sending you this as my way of thanking you for your part in packing my parachute. And I hope you will send it on to those who have helped pack yours! Sometimes, we wonder why friends keep forwarding jokes to us without writing a word. Maybe this could explain it: When you are very busy, but still want to keep in touch, guess what you do-you forward jokes. And to let you know that you are still remembered, you are still important, you are still loved, you are still cared for, guess what you get? A forwarded joke.So my friends (and rellies), next time when you get a joke, don't think that you've been sent just another forwarded joke, but that you've been thought of today and your friend on the other end of your computer wanted to send you a smile, just helping you pack your parachute...
  • Everyone has someone who provides what they need to make itthrough the day.He also points out that he needed many kinds of parachuteswhen his plane was shot down over enemy territory-he needed hisphysical parachute, his mental parachute, his emotionalparachute, and his spiritual parachute.We may fail to say hello, please, or thank you,congratulate someone on something wonderfulthat has happened to them, give a compliment, orjust do something nice for no reason. As you gothrough this week, this month, this year, recognizepeople who pack your parachutes.
  • Slide 1:Who Packs Your Parachutes ? Charles Plumb was a US Navy jet pilot in Vietnam. After 75 combat missions, his plane was destroyed by a surface-to-air missile. Plumb ejected and parachuted into enemy hands. Slide 2:He was captured and spent 6 years in a communist Vietnamese prison. He survived the ordeal and nowlectures on lessons learned from that experience!One day, when Plumb and his wife were sitting in a restaurant, a man at another table came up and said, "You're Plumb! You flew jet fighters in Vietnam from the aircraft carrier Kitty Hawk. You were shot down!""How in the world did you know that?" asked Plumb."I packed your parachute," the man replied. Slide 3:Plumb gasped in surprise and gratitude. The man pumped his hand and said, "I guess it worked!" Plumb assured him, "It sure did. If your chute hadn't worked, I wouldn't be here today." Slide 4:Plumb couldn't sleep that night, thinking about that man. Plumb says, "I kept wondering what he had looked like in a Navy uniform: a white hat; a bib in the back; and bell-bottom trousers. I wonder how many times I might have seen him and not even said 'Good morning, how are you?' or anything because, you see, I was a fighter pilot and he was just a sailor." Slide 5:Plumb thought of the many hours the sailor had spent at a long wooden table in the bowels of the ship, carefully weaving the shrouds and folding the silks of each chute, holding in his hands each time the fate of someone he didn't know. Now, Plumb asks his audience, Slide 6:"Who's packing your parachute?" Everyone has someone who provides what they need to make it through the day. He also points out that he needed many kinds of parachutes when his plane was shot down over enemy territory-he needed his physical parachute, his mental parachute, his emotional parachute, and his spiritual parachute. He called on all these supports before reaching safety. Slide 7:Sometimes in the daily challenges that life gives us, we miss what is really important. We may fail to say hello, please, or thank you, congratulate someone on something wonderful that has happened to them, give a compliment, or just do something nice for no reason. As you go through this week, this month, this year, recognize people who pack your parachutes. Slide 8:I am sending you this as my way of thanking you for your part in packing my parachute. And I hope you will send it on to those who have helped pack yours! Sometimes, we wonder why friends keep forwarding jokes to us without writing a word. Maybe this could explain it: When you are very busy, but still want to keep in touch, guess what you do-you forward jokes. And to let you know that you are still remembered, you are still important, you are still loved, you are still cared for, guess what you get? A forwarded joke.So my friends (and rellies), next time when you get a joke, don't think that you've been sent just another forwarded joke, but that you've been thought of today and your friend on the other end of your computer wanted to send you a smile, just helping you pack your parachute...
  • Be The Leader – Yes You Can

    1. 1. BE THE LEADER – YES YOU CAN…Journey through Youth and Leoism, Aformer LEO’s perspective toLeadershipPresented at Bangladesh LionsFoundationAugust 08, 2010. Dhaka, BangladeshZiaul Hassan MannanPast Leo District President 1990-91District 315B, Bangladesh
    2. 2. ABOUT THE SPEAKERPast Leo District President, 315B 1990-91Past Leo District Secretary, 315B 1989-90Past Leo District Treasurer, 315B 1988-89Past Leo Club President, 315B 1987-88Leo Club of Dhaka UniversityPast Member Lions Club ofMt. Albert ,Auckland, NZ 202K 1998- Married to Syeda2000 Kaniz Mannan.100% Leo Club President Award. Father of Lamisa100% Leo District President Award. and Badshah. Love to play cricket, soccer and Tennis. ….And mow the lawn with my kids….
    3. 3. LEO CLUB OBJECTIVESThe Leo club motto – Leadership, Experience,Opportunity–says it all:LEADERSHIP: Leo members acquire skillsas project organizers and motivators of theirpeers.EXPERIENCE: They discover how teamworkand cooperation can bring about change intheir community and the world.OPPORTUNITY: Leos develop positivecharacter traits and receive recognitionfor their contributions.
    4. 4. TRACKS IN LEO CLUBSALPHA LEO CLUBS are designed foryouth between 12 and 18 years old. Thistrack focuses on the individual and socialdevelopment of teens and preteens.OMEGA LEO CLUBS are tailored for youngadults between 18 and 30 years old. This trackis designed for the personal and professionaldevelopment of young adults.
    5. 5. THE PIONEER OF OUR LEOISM Ln. Abdul Jabbar Khan
    6. 6. AGENDA Boss or a Leader? Uncommon Leader Traits Leadership and Mentoring Set Goals - Build the Team Prioritize Goals – Get into Action Recognition
    7. 7. ARE YOU A BOSS OR A LEADEREasier to be a Boss: Easier to be a Leader: Stress Vision/Perspective Burnout Balance Discipline Crisis Control Management Few Crises Putting out Fires
    8. 8. LAWS OF LEADERSHIPResults of Timing Wrong action / wrong time = Disaster Right action / wrong time = Resistance Wrong action / right time = Mistake Right action / right time = Success“One of the costs of leadership are your own rights. As responsibility grows, you lose the right to think about yourself.”
    9. 9. WHAT IS LEADERSHIP?“Leaders are individuals who establish direction for a working group of individuals, who gain commitment from these group members to this direction, and then motivate the members to achieve the directions’ outcomes. This activity is something individual members could not do on their own.” Adapted from J.A. Conger, Learning to Lead 9
    10. 10. WHAT IS LEADERSHIP? “Leadership is mobilizing the actions and efforts of others to achieve common goals.” 10
    11. 11. UNCOMMON LEADER TRAITS“You can’t move people to action until you move them with emotion. The heart comes before the head.”
    12. 12. UNCOMMON LEADER TRAITSPhysical Courage Moral CourageKnowledge TactIntegrity UnselfishnessLoyalty RespectSelf Control HumilityEnthusiasm InitiativeFortitude
    13. 13. KNOWLEDGE“Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens.” Jimi Hendrix We are heading into the Knowledge Age Training of personnel becomes crucial to survival. Time/Budget must be allocated for education.
    14. 14. INTEGRITY “Oil and truth are bound to come to the surface at any time.” Honesty that stands the test of time A lifetime to gain and a moment to lose Business accepted or honest A short term gain for a long term loss Integrity is weighed heavier than other attributes.
    15. 15. INTEGRITY “A well beaten path may not lead in the right direction.” Standing up for what is right when it is uncomfortable to do so. Can cross friendship lines Usual indicates a failure to understand the differing feelings of another. “In the end, we will not remember the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends” – ML King
    16. 16. SELF CONTROLWhen a person burns with anger or frustration; It is their cue to be silent.” The workload increases / the days are longer As the web becomes the battlefield, the stress will only increase. The team with self control will make the upcoming bend in the road. “If you are going through hell, keep going” - Churchill
    17. 17. SELF CONTROL -WITHDRAWALS OR DEPOSITSWithdrawal DepositDisrespect/Discourteous KindNever saying you’re sorry ApologizingCriticizing/Humiliating Loyal to those not presentNot keeping commitments Following throughHold grudges Forgiving
    18. 18. ENTHUSIASM“One person with Enthusiasm makes the majority.” Often the difference between the success and failure of a team. Paint a picture that the team desperately desires to achieve. Leaders understand what motivates each individual of the team.
    19. 19. TACT“If you haven’t any enemies to forgive, pardon a few of your friends.” A professional manner No longer a over-supply of people to abuse Less tactful leaders generally lose people in a tight market “Some cause happiness wherever they go; others, whenever they go.” - Oscar Wilde
    20. 20. UNSELFISHNESS“Life is only worth living if you live it for others.” - Albert Einstein Caring enough about those around you enough to share the praise … You will usually be pushed to success by those around you. “What you keep in life dies with you…what you give away lives forever”
    21. 21. RESPECTTalk is cheap but like other cheap things it is liable to prove expensive in the end” Respect should be automatic Respect for authority is earned over time There are an infinite amount of personalities that are different from our own. Those differences are the pieces of the puzzle that make a perfect team.
    22. 22. HUMILITYWe do it because we love you Sir for yourself” Rated #1 among all Fortune 500 CEOs Take a dose … it’s not as bad as you think Respect will follow... Change will follow… don’t want another dose
    23. 23. INITIATIVE“When is the last time you tried to punch a hole in the sky?” Taking the lead means making sacrifices that don’t pay off as well. Seems like nobody is noticing Then one day someone notices… Pro-active vs. Re-active “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.” - Walt Disney
    24. 24. PRACTICES OF SUCCESSFUL LEADERS  Challenge the process  Inspire a shared vision  Enable others to act  Model the way  Encourage the heart 24
    25. 25. DO WE NEED LEADERS?Great Leaders need no introduction… 25
    26. 26. CHALLENGE THE PROCESS • Meet and overcome barriers • Never fear failure Courtesy :© 2010 Lions Clubs International 300 W. 22nd Street, Oak Brook, IL 60523-8842 26
    27. 27. INSPIRE A SHARED VISION •Vision •Team goals •Enthusiasm Courtesy :© 2010 Lions Clubs International 300 W. 22nd Street, Oak Brook, IL 60523-8842 27
    28. 28. MODEL THE WAY •Set an example •Deeds match words •Little things = success Courtesy :© 2010 Lions Clubs International 300 W. 22nd Street, Oak Brook, IL 60523-8842 28
    29. 29. ENCOURAGE THE HEART Keep going when times are tough Simple actions / dramatic gestures Reinforce to motivate Courtesy :© 2010 Lions Clubs International 300 W. 22nd Street, Oak Brook, IL 60523-8842 29
    30. 30. ENABLE OTHERS TO ACT Shared decisions Meaning Coach and support Trust and confidence Courtesy :© 2010 Lions Clubs International 300 W. 22nd Street, Oak Brook, IL 60523-8842 30
    31. 31. LEADERSHIP AND MENTORING One organization with extensive experience in mentoring, the U.S.Coast Guard,suggests that good candidates for becoming a successful protégé are: • Competent • Credible • Ambitious • Eager to Learn • Loyal • Candid • Positive • Good Listeners • Team Players • Able to Keep Confidences • Responsible
    32. 32. A MENTOR’S INFLUENCE Influence a child - influence a life Influence a parent - influence a family Influence an employee - influence a company Influence a leader - influence all that they lead
    33. 33. MENTORSHIP: FIVE WAYS TO SUCCEED Mutual Respect  - Agree to Disagree Trust Relationship Building Realistic Self-Assessment Time
    34. 34. REALIZING YOUR GOALSThink positively about all things - especiallyyou.Expect the best and do your best.Focus on goals and visually them happeningLook forward - Tomorrow is gone.Pay the price to reach goalsBelieve in yourself - Humans are built for theimpossible! “FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION!” - Gene Kranz
    35. 35. SET YOUR GOALS NOW!“A goal is a dream with a deadline.” 35
    36. 36. GOALS FOR SUCCESS & HAPPINESS:1. _________________________________2. _________________________________3. _________________________________4. _________________________________5. _________________________________6. _________________________________7. _________________________________ 36
    37. 37. STEPS TO REACH THOSE GOALS:1. _________________________________2. _________________________________3. _________________________________4. _________________________________5. _________________________________6. _________________________________7. _________________________________ 37
    38. 38. QUALITIES I NEED TO PURSUE GOALS:1. _________________________________2. _________________________________3. _________________________________4. _________________________________5. _________________________________6. _________________________________7. _________________________________ 38
    39. 39. QUALITIES I AM DEFICIENT IN:1. _________________________________2. _________________________________3. _________________________________4. _________________________________5. _________________________________6. _________________________________7. _________________________________ 39
    40. 40. BUILD A SUCCESSFUL TEAM Make each team member feel responsible for the success of the project Make each team member accountable Share the Success with all team members Attributes of a Successful Team Respect Loyalty Trust Common Goal Communication Flexibility Honesty Unselfishness Support Understanding Positive Attitude Leadership
    41. 41. WHAT IS A TEAM TO YOU ? Together Everyone Achieves More
    42. 42. WHO PACKS YOUR PARACHUTE ? Everyone has someone who provides what they need to make it through the day. Think About who they are in your life Remember to acknowledge them Express your gratitude Follow their example in your life Pack it for others I know who packed my parachute…….
    43. 43. WHO PACKS YOUR PARACHUTE ?My Parents…..Prof. Abdul MannanMrs. Monowara Begum
    44. 44. RECOGNITION: What? Why? Who? How?
    45. 45. SOME THOUGHTS ….. PrayerSay prayer in your own term, it helps toconsolidate.
    46. 46. SOME THOUGHTS….. “YOUR CHARACTER IS YOUR DESTINY”“Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” - Albert Einstein 46
    47. 47. SOME THOUGHTS…..  Glass half full or half empty  You decide…
    48. 48. LEO MEMORIES 1988-91 Leo Pledge Song Courtesy - District 308B2 Leo Clubs, the state of Central Selangor to Northern Perlis in Malaysia.
    49. 49. REFERENCES The Traits of the Uncommon Leader; U.S. Marine Corps Manual Exceptional Leadership- Be the Uncommon Leader! - Rich Niemiec, TUSC Song - Leo Pledge - District 308B2 Leo Clubs, the state of Central Selangor to Northern Perlis in Malaysia Identifying and Developing Leaders - Lions Clubs International 300 W. 22nd Street, Oak Brook, IL 60523-8842 Leo Club Brochure - Youth Programs Department,300 W. 22nd Street Oak Brook,IL 60523-8842 USA Lions Mentoring Program :Mentorship Guide - Lions Clubs International 300 W. 22nd Street,Oak Brook, IL 60523-8842 The Art of Recognition - Lions Clubs International 300 W. 22nd Street, Oak Brook, IL 60523-8842 Taking the Lead - Ron Jenson
    50. 50. REFERENCES The Laws of Leadership - John Maxwell Mentoring - Bobb Biehl The making of a leader - Frank Damazio Bullet Proof Manager Seminars, Krestcom Productions, Inc.www.motivateus.com; www.cs.virginia.edu/~robins/quotes.html "Whos packing your parachute?“ - Charles Plumb
    51. 51. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING ! Opinions expressed in these slides other than the referenced materials are solely those of the author . The author doesn’t guarantee this document to be error-free. Please provide comments & questions to ziaulmus@yahoo.com. This document cannot be reproduced without expressed written consent from the author.
    52. 52. CONTACT INFORMATION E-mail: ziaulmus@yahoo.com Linked-In: Ziaul Mannan Twitter: ZiaulM Facebook: Ziaul Mannan

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