Developing Leadership & Goal Setting for Hindu Australian’s<br />
Let down! <br /><ul><li> Life is a race...If you don’t run fast ...you will be like broken anda (egg)...</li></ul>Inspirat...
 An achievable goal/vision
 Determination to strive towards your goal
 Collectable resources </li></ul>Conclusion:<br />Ongoing developed cycle of leaders to serve Hindu/ Indian community. <br />
Let’s start with you...<br />Exercise<br /><ul><li>     Make a list of all the people who you consider role models. People...
 How difficult did you find even thinking about that?
 Out of that list circle the one whom you think has changed your life for the better.
  Now think about what qualities those people have that are attractive to you, that make them inspiring.
  Now make a list of all the rules, patterns and beliefs you have. This exercise is just to see how well you know your beh...
Delegation, motivation, and communication.<br />Building teams and teamwork.<br />Forming a vision<br />Developing human r...
When HYA began a year ago...<br /><ul><li>  Lacked commitment
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Developing Leadership, Goal Setting Workshop

  1. 1. Developing Leadership & Goal Setting for Hindu Australian’s<br />
  2. 2. Let down! <br /><ul><li> Life is a race...If you don’t run fast ...you will be like broken anda (egg)...</li></ul>Inspiration<br /><ul><li> One who works in devotion, who is a pure soul, and who controls his mind and senses is dear to everyone, and everyone is dear to him. Though always working, such a man is never entangled. </li></ul> - Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 5, Verse 7.<br />Challenge<br /><ul><li> ‘Leaders are born, not made'!</li></li></ul><li>Experiment<br />Aim: To make a reliable and a just leader to serve Hindu/Indian community. <br />Materials/ What you need: <br /><ul><li> A good role model
  3. 3. An achievable goal/vision
  4. 4. Determination to strive towards your goal
  5. 5. Collectable resources </li></ul>Conclusion:<br />Ongoing developed cycle of leaders to serve Hindu/ Indian community. <br />
  6. 6. Let’s start with you...<br />Exercise<br /><ul><li> Make a list of all the people who you consider role models. People who have inspired you, who get your creative juices going.
  7. 7. How difficult did you find even thinking about that?
  8. 8. Out of that list circle the one whom you think has changed your life for the better.
  9. 9. Now think about what qualities those people have that are attractive to you, that make them inspiring.
  10. 10. Now make a list of all the rules, patterns and beliefs you have. This exercise is just to see how well you know your behaviour.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li> Make two columns with headings : Strengths and Weakness</li></ul>You need to know what makes you tick...<br /><ul><li>Commitment? Persistence? Determination? Or Resilience? </li></li></ul><li>GOALS/VISION<br />Specific<br />Measureable<br /><ul><li>Goals: What do you want to achieve?</li></ul>Achievable<br /><ul><li>Ideas: What is possible?</li></ul>Realistic<br /><ul><li>Tests: What are the obstacles?</li></ul>Timed<br /><ul><li>Action: What steps will you make?</li></li></ul><li>Balancing Act...<br />
  11. 11. Delegation, motivation, and communication.<br />Building teams and teamwork.<br />Forming a vision<br />Developing human resources.<br />Management<br />Planning the strategy to realize the vision<br />Building an innovative organization.<br />Cultivating the art of leadership.<br />
  12. 12. When HYA began a year ago...<br /><ul><li> Lacked commitment
  13. 13. Lacked a vision</li></ul>Hindu Youth Australia (HYA) <br /><ul><li> Lacked determination
  14. 14. Lacked team work</li></ul>HYA Today...<br />
  15. 15. HYA and YOU! <br />Interested Members <br /><ul><li>Just turn up to our events!
  16. 16. Volunteer – Consistent participation with our events
  17. 17. Offer to start something fresh inline with HYA
  18. 18. Quality time spent in organising
  19. 19. Continue the great work until you get to the core committee.</li></ul> DISCOVER!<br />UNITE! <br />LEAD! <br />
  20. 20. What are you going to get out of this?<br /><ul><li>Igniting the hidden potential!
  21. 21. Expanding your skills!
  22. 22. Enriching in the experience that HYA has to offer</li></li></ul><li>

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