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Leadership ppt-1

  1. 1. 09/19/1309/19/13 11 LEADERSHIPLEADERSHIP PRESENTED BYPRESENTED BY Prof.Y.P.RAOProf.Y.P.RAO
  2. 2. 09/19/1309/19/13 22 WHO IS A LEADER?WHO IS A LEADER? LEADERSHIP QUALITIESLEADERSHIP QUALITIES • A LEADER IS ONE WHO HAS LEADERSHIP QUALITIES. • HE IS THE ONE WHO INFLUENCES OTHERS • LEADERSHIP IS AN INTER PERSONAL INFLUENCE EXERTED IN A SITUATION AND DIRECTED, THROUGH THE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM, TOWARDS THE ATTAINMENT OF SPECIFIC GOALS
  3. 3. 09/19/1309/19/13 33 LEADERSHIP QUALITIESLEADERSHIP QUALITIES 1) TECHNICAL SKILLS 2) HUMAN SKILLS 3) CONCEPTUAL SKILLS
  4. 4. 09/19/1309/19/13 44 TECHNICAL SKILLSTECHNICAL SKILLS • THE PROFICIENCY AND UNDERSTANDING OF A SPECIFIC KIND OF ACTIVITY WHICH INVOLVES A METHOD, PROCESS, PROCEDURE OR TECHNIQUE- i.e. WORKING WITH “THINGS”
  5. 5. 09/19/1309/19/13 55 HUMAN SKILLSHUMAN SKILLS • HUMAN SKILL IS THE MANAGER’S ABILITY TO WORK WITH OTHERS AND TO BUILD A COLLABRATIVE EFFORT WITH THE GROUP HE/SHE MANAGES- i.e. WORKING WITH PEOPLE
  6. 6. 09/19/1309/19/13 66 CONCEPTUAL SKILLSCONCEPTUAL SKILLS • ABILITY TO VISUALISE THE ORGANIZATION AS A WHOLE. • CONCEPTUAL SKILLS ENABLE THE MANAGER TO PERCEIVE AND RECOGNISE THE INTER PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP OF VARIOUS FACTORS OPERATING WITH IN THE TOTAL ORGANIZATION
  7. 7. 09/19/1309/19/13 77 One of the very important ingredients forOne of the very important ingredients for success Is the evolution of CREATIVEsuccess Is the evolution of CREATIVE LEADERS.LEADERS. The higher the proportion of creativeThe higher the proportion of creative leaders in a nation the higher the potentialleaders in a nation the higher the potential for success-for success- A.P.J.ABUDUL KALAMA.P.J.ABUDUL KALAM Creative leader:
  8. 8. 09/19/1309/19/13 88 LEADERSHIP IS ACTION-NOT POSITION-LEADERSHIP IS ACTION-NOT POSITION- DONALDDONALD H Mc GANNONH Mc GANNON LEADERSHIP MYTHS- • LEADERS ARE BORN • LEADERS ARE HEROIC • LEADERSHIP CAN BE TAUGHT • LEADERS MAINTAIN STABILITY IN ORGANIZATIONS • LEADERS’ PERFORMANCE IS MEASURED BY RESULTS,CONQUESTS AND VICTORIES
  9. 9. 09/19/1309/19/13 99 ATTRIBUTES OF A LEADERATTRIBUTES OF A LEADER • AUTHENTICITY • CHARACTER • VISION • WILL • WISDOM • CONCERN
  10. 10. 09/19/1309/19/13 1010 BE A LEADER –BE A LEADER –NOTNOT-A BOSS-A BOSS • THE BOSS DRIVES HIS MEN THE LEADER INSPIRES THEM • BOSS DEPENDS ON AUTHORITY LEADER ON GOODWILL • BOSS EVOKES FEAR LEADER RADIATES LOVE • BOSS SAYS “I” LEADER SAYS “we” • BOSS SAYS WHO IS WRONG LEADER SAYS WHAT IS WRONG • BOSS “KNOWS” HOW IT IS DONE LEADER ”SHOWS” HOW TO DO • BOSS DEMANDS RESPECT LEADER COMMAND IT
  11. 11. 09/19/1309/19/13 1111 AN ARMY OF STAGS LED BY A LION ISAN ARMY OF STAGS LED BY A LION IS BETTER THANBETTER THAN AN ARMY OF LIONSAN ARMY OF LIONS LED BY A STAGLED BY A STAG • PEOPLE WAIT FOR THINGS TO HAPPEN • LEADERS MAKE THINGS TO HAPPEN
  12. 12. 09/19/1309/19/13 1212 A FEW LEADERSA FEW LEADERS • 1931-MAHATMA GANDHI • 1938-SUBHAS CHANDRA BOSE • 1948-SARDAR VALLABHAI PATEL • 1949-JAWAHARLAL NEHRU • 1964-LAL BAHADUR SHASTRI • 1972-INDIRA GANDHI • 1977-MOTHER TERESA • 2012-YOU
  13. 13. 09/19/1309/19/13 1313 CHARACTERISTICS OFCHARACTERISTICS OF LEADERSLEADERS • EVERY LEADER IS DIFFERENT • A LEADER IS LOYAL • A LEADER IS AN OPTIMIST • A LEADER IS COURAGEOUS • A LEADER IS FAIR & HONEST • A LEADER IS CONSIDERATE • A LEADER IS CONSISTENT & IMPARTIAL • A LEADER IS HUMBLE • A LEADER IS A VISIONARY • A LEADER IS INTELLIGENT
  14. 14. 09/19/1309/19/13 1414 TYPES LEADERSTYPES LEADERS LEADERSHIP STYLESLEADERSHIP STYLES • AUTOCRATIC-DEMOCRATIC- FREE REIGN (LAISSEZ FAIRE) • SITUATIONAL • TRANSFORMATIONAL • VISIONARY • TRANSACTIONAL • X-Y & T-P TYPES • INNOVATIVE/ CREATIVE
  15. 15. 09/19/1309/19/13 1515 CONCLUSIONCONCLUSION • “THERE IS NOTHING MORE DIFFICULT TO TAKE IN HAND, MORE PERILOUS TO CONDUCT OR MORE UNCERTAN IN ITS SUCCESS, THAN TO TAKE THE LEAD IN THE INTRODUCTION OF A NEW ORDER OF THINGS.”—MACHIAVELLI • “A LEADER IS BEST,WHEN PEOPLE BARELY KNOW THAT HE EXISTS.WHEN HIS WORK IS DONE, HIS AIM FULFILLED, THEY WILL ALL SAY, “WE DID THIS OURSELVES”—LAO-TSO
  16. 16. 09/19/1309/19/13 1616 PROBLEM SOLVINGPROBLEM SOLVING & DECISION MAKING& DECISION MAKING PROBLEM SOLVING • STEP-1 DEFINE PROBLEM • STEP-2 COLLECT DATA • STEP-3 ANALYSE DATA • STEP-4 SEARCH FOR ALTERNATIVES • STEP-5 CHOOSE THE BEST ALTERNATIVE • STEP-6 DECIDE & IMPLEMENT • STEP-7 GET THE FEEDBACK • STEP-8 SATIFIED-CONTINUE • STEP-9 DISSATIFIED- GO BACK TO STEP-1
  17. 17. 09/19/1309/19/13 1717 DECISION PROCESSDECISION PROCESS DESIRE---URGE–- STIMULII—AVAILABILITY— MOTIVATION—ACCESS—DECISION—USE---- SATISFACTION/ DISSATISFACTION SATISFACTION---MOTIVATION DISSATISFACTION---GO BACK TO DESIRE.
  18. 18. 09/19/1309/19/13 1818 RATIONAL PROBLEM SOLVINGRATIONAL PROBLEM SOLVING PROCESSPROCESS STEP-1 INVESTIGATE SITUATION- • DEFINE PROBLEM • IDENTIFY DECISION OBJECTIVES • DIAGNOSE CAUSES STEP-2 DEVELOP ALTERNATIVES • SEEK CREATIVE ALTERNATIVES • DONOT EVALUATE THEM-NOW
  19. 19. 09/19/1309/19/13 1919 CONTDCONTD STEP-3 EVALUATE ALTERNATIVES-NOW • SELECT THE BEST ALTERNATIVE STEP-4 IMPLEMENT • PLAN IMPLEMENTATION • IMPLEMENT THE PLAN STEP-5 FOLLOW UP • MONITOR & REVIEW • MAKE ADJUSTMENTS IF NEEDED
  20. 20. 09/19/1309/19/13 2020 A BIG THANK YOUA BIG THANK YOU SEE YOU AGAIN- RAO.Y.P

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