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2014 Uluslararası Lider Martılar Projeleri_No 16
2014 International ICT Leading Seagulls projects #16

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  1. 1. CIRCLE NAME : Big hopes CIRCLE SLOGAN : “Biz dünyada görmek istediğimiz değişimin kendisi olmalıyız.” Gandhi AVERAGE OF AGE : 23,5 MEETING PLACE: Starbucks Etiler CIRCLE MEMBERS : HAZAN BÜYÜKAKMANLAR (24-Undergraduate program in science education) BENAY ÇAKALOĞLU (23-Undergraduate program in science education))
  2. 2.  Brainstorming  Matrix diagram  Pareto diagram  Gannt card  Methodology  Problem  Solution  Conclusion  References  Acknowledgement
  3. 3.  Problem 1: Why may a conflict occur between leader and society?  Problem 2: What kind of reasons lead to a conflict between society and leader?  Problem 3: Why may a conlict occur between leaders in the same country?
  4. 4. Names Problem 1 Problem 2 Problem 3 Benay 6 4 5 Hazan 7 5 6 Total 13 9 11 Averages 92 % 64 % 78 %
  5. 5. 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Problem 1 Problem 2 Problem 3
  6. 6. 04.04.2014 11.04.2014 19.04.2014 27.04.2014 28.04.2014 29.04.20 14 Plan Identify topic Approval topic Litreature review and target identification Cause- effect analysis Approval of the main cause Solution for the future Determine solution tactic Do Preparing survey and collecting Check Analysis of data Act Conclusion and suggestions Preparing PTT and report Self assessment Presentat ion Expected Observed
  7. 7.  Brainstorming  Search on web (electronic sources, journals websites etc.)  Survey  Synthesis of all information that was obtained.
  8. 8.  We realize that many leaders or politicians who have taken in charge from past to present have trouble with their societies because of many reasons.
  9. 9. Why may a conflict occur between a leader and society? INDIVIDUAL LEADER SOCIETY FISH BONE DIAGRAM CULTURE The educational level The different needs of society The character of leader Profits Views Ethnic Individuals’ idenditities
  10. 10.  Leadership is a process whereby and indivual influences a group of indiviuals to achieve a common goal( Northouse, pg.3, 2004)  According to Nieburg (1969), “conflict is of power”, and “the over all structure of expectations constituting a state shapes the nature and direction of manifest conflict”.
  11. 11.  There are many definitions of leader which many famous people have. For example; According to Richard Daft; a leadership is recognized as an ability that affects other people in order to reach expected aims.
  12. 12.  Profits of groups and individuals  When people are competing for the same resources (such as territory, jobs and income, housing), conflicts  The identities of individuals  Everyone needs to be recognised as an individual with a personal identity; everyone needs to be able to feel safe. When people feel threatened - regardless of whether the threat is real. If these needs aren't met, people protest, and protesting can lead to conflict
  13. 13.  Education level  There are many regime styles that may change basing on the education level of societies. If a society is illliterate, the people who live in that society can not have right to speak so much.If a leader tries to make liberal a society that has low education level, conflict culture may be created suddenly like in Iraq.
  14. 14.  The different needs of society  When the people may be unhappy with how they are governed, conflict arises. The most common conflicts occur when a particular group wants to be independent from a central government, or when their viewpoint isn't represented in the government.
  15. 15.  Personal characteristics  Bad leaders in terms of their features; . Using violence . Unfair . Unforgiving . Poor communication with society . Selfish . Deceitful . Poor management
  16. 16.  Ethnics  Ethnic differences can cause conflict. People's ethnicity gives them a sense of identity and belonging, and it is threats to this sense which can cause violent responses.
  17. 17.  Views  Conflicts arise when people's beliefs clash. Religious and political views are particularly sensitive, because people often depend on these for a sense of identity and belonging. Some leaders may aggravate religious and political differences as part of their tactics for keeping or gaining power
  18. 18.  The questions in this survey were rated 1 to 5 by 20 people including 10 males and 10 females with avarage age 22.1. › The meanings of numbers:  1: NONE  2: LOW  3: NORMAL  4: HIGH  5: VERY HIGH
  19. 19.  The impact of leader communication skill on the relationship between leader and society? 0% 5% 10% 15% 70% Non Low Normal High Very High
  20. 20.  The impact of educational level of society on relationship between leader and society? 5% 10% 20% 30% 35% Non Low Normal High Very High
  21. 21.  The impact of ethic on conflict between leader and society? 10% 15% 30% 25% 20% Non Low Normal High Very High
  22. 22.  The impact of indiviual differences in society on conflict with leader? 0% 10% 15% 25% 50% Non Low Normal High Very High
  23. 23.  The impact of profits of society and leader on conflict between leader and society. 0% 5% 25% 30% 40% Non Low Normal High Very High
  24. 24.  For leaders; They should have some characteristics in order to prevent any conflict with society. › Intelligence( complex problem skills and social judgment skills) › Self confidence (Self esteem and assurance) › Determination (Initiative, proactive,perseverance)
  25. 25. › Ethical ( Can be trusted by others, integrity) › Social ( Firendly, outgoing, tactful)  Being a leader is all encompessing: Good leaders are also good team mates
  26. 26. •Patriotism • Idealist • Chairmanship • Longsightedness • The sense of patient and discipline • Starightness
  27. 27.  For society; According to the United Nations; peace making has an impact role to prevent conflict in society. The basic characteristics of peace making; › To control conlifct in a peacefull ways. › Peace making is a kind of intervention that is not based on violence and coercive.
  28. 28.  For society; › Education level Whatever countries names are, illiterate society has to be governed by authoritic system. The socities that have high education level have right to governed themselves
  29. 29.  For individuals; If individuals are satisfied with how they are govern they can feel in safe.  For culture; if people learn to understand that differing cultures are not inevitably a threat to each other, they will also learn how to manage their differences co- operatively and peacefully.
  30. 30.  When we think about all perspectives ,there is a common ground to handle with conflict between society and leaders. Every country should integrate at common ground that is to say every innovation mades should be belong to their own country and their people.
  31. 31.  There are many factors that affect relationship between leader and society › Leader characteritics › Society › Individual indentities and profits › Culture in terms of ethic and views
  32. 32.  Özdemir, A., Terzi, Ç., Bayrak, C., Ağaoğlu E., Ceylan, M., Çartışma ve Stres Yönetimi- 1, Anadolu Üniversitesi, 2012  Warfield, W., Sentogo A., Political Leadership and Conflict Resolution.  Blagg, D., Young, S., What makes a good leader, April 2, 2001.  Nelson,R., Being a Leader  Çatışmaların Çözümünde Sivil Toplumun Arabuluculuğu, Democratic Progress Institute, 2012.
  33. 33.  Road, B. (no date). Understanding Conflict. April 25, 2014 tarihinde Study and teaching resources: ct1.html  Aubert, Vilhelm. "Competition and dissensus: two types of conflict and of conflict resolution." Journal of Conflict Resolution 7 (March 1963), 26-42.  Rummel, R. (1976). UNDERSTANDING CONFLICT. April 22, 2014 .HTM
  34. 34. Thanks to Dr. Hayal Köksal