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Levels of leaderships

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Leadership is not about Position
Leadership is a Process and Not a Position
Leadership is about influence. If people can increase their influence with others, they can lead more effectively. Leadership deals with people and their dynamics, which are continually changing. They are never static. The challenge of leadership is to create change and facilitate growth
Reference used - 5 Levels of leadership by John Maxwell

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Levels of leaderships

  1. 1. What is common among these people?
  2. 2. Ability to INFLUENCE & PERSUADE
  3. 3. Synonyms - INFLUENCE Synonyms - PERSUADE Power, Manipulate, Induce, Inspire, Encourage, Impact Convince, Influence, Win over, Make somebody believe
  4. 4. Leadership refers to ability to INFLUENCE & PERSUADE others
  5. 5. Leadership is a process NOT a position
  6. 6. Leadership is VERB (Action) NOT a NOUN
  7. 7. 5 Levels of Leadership
  8. 8. 1. Levels of Leadership - POSITION
  9. 9. 2. Levels of Leadership - PERMISSION
  10. 10. 3. Levels of Leadership - PRODUCTION
  11. 11. 4. Levels of Leadership - DEVELOPMENT
  12. 12. 5. Levels of Leadership - RESPECT
  13. 13. 5 Levels of Leadership 1. POSITION 2. PERMISSION 3. PRODUCTION 4. PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT 5. PINNACLE - Respect Key Word - Rights Key Word - Relationships Key Word - Results Key Word - Reproduction Key Word - Respect
  14. 14. 1. Levels of Leadership - POSITION 1. Entry Level leadership. 2. Positional leader’s ability to influence is related to the job title he/she holds 3. Positional leadership is based on the rights granted by the position and title. 4. People follow because they have to. Key Word - Rights
  15. 15. 1. Levels of Leadership - POSITION 1. Bosses NOT Leaders 2. Subordinates NOT Teams 3. People under them DO what they are suppose to – Nothing more. 4. Give importance to Organizational – Rules, Regulations, Policies for controlling their subordinates
  16. 16. 1. Have NO INFLEUENCE 2. Find difficult to work with independent people 1. Levels of Leadership - POSITION
  17. 17. 1. Based on RELATIONSHIPS 2. People follow their leader because they want to. 3. People feel more valued, trusted 4. Permission Leaders find ways to connect with their people to develop relationship of mutual trust 2. Levels of Leadership - PERMISSION Key Word - Relationships
  18. 18. 1. Based on discovering each other 2. Premise of Permission Leadership One can like people without leading them, BUT one cannot lead people without liking them 2. Levels of Leadership - PERMISSION Leaders earn trust and the right to lead.
  19. 19. 1. At Production level leaders gain Influence and Credibility. 2. People follow them as they respect their Leaders for their contribution & efforts 3. At this stage leaders achieve the status of Change agent 3. Levels of Leadership - PRODUCTION Leaders gain Productivity
  20. 20. 1. Leaders are able to produce results 2. Things starts gaining MOMENTUM 3. Leaders are able to take their team to another level of effectiveness 3. Levels of Leadership - PRODUCTION Key Word – Results (Momentum)
  21. 21. 1. Leaders become great by EMPOWERING others. Leaders use their position, relationships, and productivity to invest in their followers and develop them until those followers become leaders in their own right. The result is REPRODUCTION 4. Levels of Leadership - PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT Leaders gain momentum to productivity
  22. 22. 1. Teamwork reaches to very High level as relations deepens, helping each other becomes the norm. 2. Performance increases as the number of leaders increase in the team 3. People follow their leaders for what they have done for them personally. 4. Levels of Leadership - PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT
  23. 23. 1. Highest and Most difficult level. 2. Attaining this level requires HIGH TALENT besides efforts, skills and intention. 3. At this level leaders are RESPECTFUL, pleasant, and productive and successfully establish a degree of influence with others and gain followers with relative ease. 5. Levels of Leadership - PINNACLE
  24. 24. 1. Developing followers to lead on their own is very difficult. 1. Developing leaders to a point where they are willing to develop other leaders is remarkable and is highly reputable job 5. Levels of Leadership - PINNACLE Leaders gain exponential productivity
  25. 25. Levels of Leadership - Take Away
  26. 26. 1. Leaders are not on the same level with Every Person Leadership is dynamic, and it changes from relationship to relationship
  27. 27. 1. Leaders are not on the same level with Every Person Leadership is dynamic, and it changes from relationship to relationship 2. The Higher one goes, Leading becomes easier Limited influence, limited leadership. Greater influence, greater effectiveness.
  28. 28. 1. Leaders are not on the same level with Every Person Leadership is dynamic, and it changes from relationship to relationship 2. The Higher one goes, Leading becomes easier Limited influence, limited leadership. Greater influence, greater effectiveness. 3. Moving Up is Slow, BUT going down is INSTANT Creating always take longer than destroying.
  29. 29. 1. Leaders are not on the same level with Every Person Leadership is dynamic, and it changes from relationship to relationship 2. The Higher one goes, Leading becomes easier Limited influence, limited leadership. Greater influence, greater effectiveness. 3. Moving Up is Slow, BUT going down is INSTANT Creating always take longer than destroying. 4. Higher level of Leadership brings greater Returns Exponential Productivity
  30. 30. 1. Level – Positional (Limited Influence) 2. Level – Permission (More Influence – Relationships) 3. Level – Production (High Influence – Momentum) 4. Level – People Development ( Reproduction 5. Level – Pinnacle ( Respect & Admiration)

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