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11. leadership training seminar updated

  2. 2. OBJECTIVE • The program seeks to impart to the participants the skills and techniques needed to lead and supervise their people in a way that people are just too willing and happy to give the results they [the leaders] wanted from them.
  3. 3. LEADERSHIP - is the ability to inspire people to work together as a team, following the leader, in order to attain a common objective. DEFINITION OF LEADERSHIP LEADER - A person who influences people to take effective action. LEADER not MANAGER
  4. 4. Moses
  5. 5. WHAT MAKES A LEADER 1. Situation 2. Election 3. Inherited 4. Knowledge or Qualification 5. Merit or Promotion 6. By Force
  6. 6. Transformational Leadership Theory. “Leaders aren't born, they are made. and they are made just like anything else, through hard work. And that's the price we'll have to pay to achieve that goal, or any goal.” Vince Lombardi The theory is that people can choose to be leaders and acquire the necessary leadership skills and qualities.
  7. 7. Decision Making – perform to arrive at the conclusion and judgment necessary for the people to act. Communicating - create under- standing among his/her people so they can act effectively. Motivating – inspire, encourage and impel his/her people to take required action. Selecting People – find and choose people who will take action as officers or members of the organization. Developing People – help his/her officers & members improve their knowledge, attitudes and skills. LEADERSHIP FUNCTIONS
  8. 8. 1. DECISION MAKING TECHNIQUE - State the apparent problem - Seek the facts - Identify the real problem - Assess the alternatives - Select the best solution - Determine the course of action SITUATIONAL DECISION - When do I decide? - When do WE decide? - When do YOU decide? - There is NOTHING to decide.
  9. 9. 2. COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUE - Know what you want to say - Know your audience - Gain favorable attention - Get understanding - Ensure retention - Encourage feedback - Learn to listen “If you succeed, let everyone know. If you fail, let me the first to know.”
  10. 10. 3. MOTIVATION TECHNIQUE - Know the personal objectives of the people under you and how they feel about them. - Help them understand how they can achieve their personal objectives by contributing to those of the team. - Establish understanding and acceptance of your plans for the council, committee or project. - Enforce limits firmly and fairly.
  11. 11. - Give officers and committee chairs maximum freedom within understood and accepted limits. - Reward good work promptly and generously or significantly. - Be happy and develop positive thinking. Your attitude will affect your officers and members. - Build up a bond among the officers or members under you. “Outstanding leaders go out of their way to boost the self-esteem of their personnel. If people believe in themselves, it's amazing.” Sam Walton
  12. 12. 4. SELECTING OFFICERS AND COMMITTEE CHAIRS Officers elected and appointed in a council will affect future performance of the council within a Columbian Year. Some councils are presently facing problems because of poor decision in the selection of members and officers. As the Grand Knight or director of your council, you have the power to select your appointed officers or committee chairs. Choose them wisely. Choose them based on their capabilities and interest.
  13. 13. 5. WAYS TO DEVELOP YOUR OFFICERS, CHAIRS AND MEMBERS. - Personal example - On the job coaching - Counseling - Delegating - Encourage them to participate in committee or officers’ meetings. - Formal training or seminars of KC or others.
  14. 14. - Encourage them to participate in Council and District activities and projects. - Disseminate information from the Luzon & Supreme Office. - Get a good Lecturer. See to it that KC information is a regular part of your council meeting. - Take the initiative to learn more about KC on your own. - Read, read and read! “The moment you stop learning, you stop leading.” Rick Warren
  15. 15. Vision. The present is just the beginning. A good leader is impressed with the possibilities of the future. CHARACTERISTICS OF A GOOD LEADER Imagination. He harnesses imagination to practical plans that produce results. Integrity. A good leader has principles and lives by them.
  16. 16. Sincerity. A good leader can be trusted. Persistence. Not insistence. A strong leader hangs on a little longer and works a little harder. Common Sense. A good leader has good judgment based on facts and reason. Poise. A good leader is not overbearing, but is friendly, assured.
  17. 17. Thoughtfulness - is considerate, aware and cares. Well Informed - knows what’s going on and the objectives of his team. Altruism. A good leader lives by the Golden Rule. Initiative - gets things started – NOW!
  18. 18. 1. Know your objectives and resources. 2. Draw a plan to the last bolt and the last man. 3. Sell your plan. 4. Deploy as much proper tools for the job. (Let the tool do the job.) 5. Make sure every man has his orders. 6. Give comfort to every man. 7. Make sure everyone is doing his share. GUIDE TO LEADING
  19. 19. 8. When things go wrong and you’re pressed for time, don’t do it alone. Let the organization help you to keep task in line. The organization is bigger than you may think. 9. Change plan or abort mission if the job cannot be done, but get prior clearance from whoever gave you the order. 10. When in doubt – report. 11. When the job is done – report. 12. If you succeed, let everyone to know, if you fail, let me the first to know. Always expect the unexpected.
  20. 20. PRINCIPLES OF MILITARY LEADERSHIP From: The Philippine Army & United States Army Manuals 1. Be technically and tactically proficient. 2. Know yourself and seek improvement. 3. Know your men and look out for their welfare. 4. Keep your men informed. 5. Set the example. 6. Ensure that the task is understood, supervised and accomplished.
  21. 21. 7. Train your men as a team. 8. Make sound and timely decision. 9. Develop a sense of responsibility among subordinates. 10. Employ your command in accordance with your capabilities. 11. Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions. “Failure in military leadership cost lost of lives. Failure in council leadership cost lost of membership.” Bob Lo
  22. 22. Leadership Success • Learn & share experiences from previous officers who have the same experience. • Gain fresh insights on leadership growth. • Be able to Practice your mentoring and coaching skills. • Receive mentoring and coaching from other leaders as well. • Regularly reignite your excitement to lead. • Experience one-on-one executive coaching from the formator or other experienced leader. • Need a circle of leaders that you can regularly connect with and get a third opinion on ideas.
  24. 24. Getting formal education, reading books and attending seminars in not enough to develop your leadership potential. You need other leaders to sharpen your leadership skills! It is only in the dictionary that success comes before work.