Leadership motivation?Leadership motivation?
What type of leader are you now?What type of leader are you now?
What type of leader do you need to be inWhat type of leader do you need to be in
the future?the future?
What's happening in the worldWhat's happening in the world
now and in the future?now and in the future?
Thinking globallyThinking globally
Appreciating cultural diversityAppreciating cultural diversity
Being technologically savvyBeing technologically savvy
Building partnershipsBuilding partnerships
Shared leadershipShared leadership
What's missing most?What's missing most?
A number of recent global surveys haveA number of recent global surveys have
highlighted the need for effective leadership!highlighted the need for effective leadership!
What is the single most importantWhat is the single most important
quality for a leader to have?quality for a leader to have?
Five core leadership ingredientsFive core leadership ingredients
1.1. A guiding visionA guiding vision
5.5. Curiosity and daringCuriosity and daring
By Warren BennisBy Warren Bennis
What is Leadership?What is Leadership?
Sir John Harvey-Jones:
“Leadership is getting ordinary people to do extraordinary
things: and there’s a hell of a difference between the two.”
"The most effective way to do it, is to do it."
“Leadership shapes and shares vision, which gives point to
the work of others”
“Effective leadership is not about making speeches or being
liked it’s defined by results not attributes”
What leaders say about leaders?What leaders say about leaders?
Steve Jobs:Steve Jobs:
““Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower."Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower."
Peter Senge:Peter Senge:
““We have moved from the age of heroes to the age ofWe have moved from the age of heroes to the age of
designers, stewards and teachers”designers, stewards and teachers”
Steven Covey:Steven Covey:
"What you do has far greater impact than what you say”"What you do has far greater impact than what you say”
John Adair:John Adair:
““ The elements of the team, individual and task areThe elements of the team, individual and task are
interwoven and all three should be kept in balance”interwoven and all three should be kept in balance”
Charles Handy:Charles Handy:
““ A manager is given subordinates, a leader must earnA manager is given subordinates, a leader must earn
Leadership and youLeadership and you
How you lead is affected byHow you lead is affected by
Your skill and competenciesYour skill and competencies
Your own experience of being ledYour own experience of being led
Your organisation’s cultureYour organisation’s culture
Your role in the organisationYour role in the organisation
Your self conceptYour self concept
On a scale of 1-10 how would you rate yourselfOn a scale of 1-10 how would you rate yourself
today against how you are you as a leadertoday against how you are you as a leader
The Hierarchy of LeadershipThe Hierarchy of Leadership
Situational LeadershipSituational Leadership
Task Behaviour Directive
High LowMaturity of Followers
The 7 habits of highly effective peopleThe 7 habits of highly effective people
The first three habits surround moving fromThe first three habits surround moving from
dependence to independence,dependence to independence, self-masteryself-mastery. Being. Being
proactive about roles and relationships in life.proactive about roles and relationships in life.
The next three habits talk about InterdependenceThe next three habits talk about Interdependence
working with others, think win-win,working with others, think win-win, seek first toseek first to
understand, then to be understood,understand, then to be understood, synergize,synergize,
combine the strengths of peoplecombine the strengths of people
Continuous ImprovementContinuous Improvement
The final habit is that of continuous improvementThe final habit is that of continuous improvement
in both the personal and interpersonal spheres ofin both the personal and interpersonal spheres of
influence.influence. Sharpen the SawSharpen the Saw www.petermayes.co.uk
Authentic LeadershipAuthentic Leadership
needs of others/
The responsibilities of a leaderThe responsibilities of a leader
1)1) See clearly when you lookSee clearly when you look
2)2) Hear correctly when you listenHear correctly when you listen
3)3) Think clearly when you speakThink clearly when you speak
4)4) Inquire critically when you doubtInquire critically when you doubt
5)5) Show respect when you challengeShow respect when you challenge
6)6) Maintain calm when you are challengedMaintain calm when you are challenged
7)7) Consider consequences when you decideConsider consequences when you decide
8)8) Create desirable results when you workCreate desirable results when you work
9)9) Do what is right when you actDo what is right when you act www.petermayes.co.uk
Final thoughtsFinal thoughts
Jim RohnJim Rohn
"The challenge of leadership is to be strong,"The challenge of leadership is to be strong,
but not rude; be kind, but not weak; bebut not rude; be kind, but not weak; be
bold, but not bully; be thoughtful, but notbold, but not bully; be thoughtful, but not
lazy; be humble, but not timid; be proud,lazy; be humble, but not timid; be proud,
but not arrogant; have humor, but withoutbut not arrogant; have humor, but without