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Leadership
Leadership
A question for the audience.
Are they born or made?
What are the characteristics of a good leader ?
Leadership
John Buchan (1930)
• Enthusiasm
• Integrity
• Toughness or demandingness
and fairness
• Warmth and humanity
• H...
Enthusiasm
• A lively or strong interest for a
cause or activity.
• A great eagerness
• An intense and sometimes a
passion...
Integrity
Field Marshal Slim
“the quality which makes people
trust you”
Loyal adherence to values and
standards especially...
Tough, demanding but fair
• A leader has no favourites.
• The demands are not
unreasonable
• The treatment of the team is
...
Warmth and humanity
• Chinese Proverb “You can live
with cold tea and cold rice but
not with cold words”
• General friendl...
Humility
• Lack of arrogance
• Open-mindedness
• Not over assertive or
domineering
Leadership Qualities
• Enthusiasm
• Integrity
• Tough, demanding but fair
• Warmth and humanity
• Humility
Write down two ...
Is there a difference between Leadership and
Management?
The difference between leading and
managing?
• The manager maintains; the leader
develops.
• – The manager focuses on syst...
The difference between leading and
managing?
• – The manager has his or her eye
always on the bottom line; the
leader’s ey...
What are leaders supposed to do?
What are leaders supposed to do?
Achieving
the task
Developing
the
individual
Building and
Maintaining the
team
What sort of leader do you want?
John Adair Leadership and Motivation
How you lead the team is
dependant upon the team and
the project
What is a leader supposed to do about
motivation?
Why is motivation so important?
Performance =
fx (ability) (Motivation)
Motivation
What motivates you at work?
De - Motivation
What de-motivates you at work?
Life! Don't talk to me about life.
Wearily on I go, pain and misery my only...
22
Motivation
Sense of achievement, recognition from
colleagues of good work
Enjoying aspects of the job itself
A sense of...
23
Motivation
• Kindness –Keep them on side
• Team sprit – make feel part of
the team
• Trust and Respect
Motivation
John Adair
• Be motivated yourself
• Select people who are highly
motivated
• Treat each person as an individua...
Why do the best not always succeed?
The Situational Approach
Knowledge of the situation
You need:
• Food
• Shelter
• protection
The Functional Approach
Necessary skills to enable the team to achieve the task
Authority at work
• Position
• Personality
• knowledge
Leadership
A question for the audience.
Are they born or made?
This presentation was delivered at an APM
event
To find out more about upcoming events
please visit our website
www.apm.or...
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The nature of leadership (Roger Joby) SCOT100915

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This presentation was given by Roger Joby to delegates at the APM Scottish Conference 2015 which was held on 10th September at BT Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh.

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The nature of leadership (Roger Joby) SCOT100915

  1. 1. Leadership
  2. 2. Leadership A question for the audience. Are they born or made?
  3. 3. What are the characteristics of a good leader ?
  4. 4. Leadership John Buchan (1930) • Enthusiasm • Integrity • Toughness or demandingness and fairness • Warmth and humanity • Humility
  5. 5. Enthusiasm • A lively or strong interest for a cause or activity. • A great eagerness • An intense and sometimes a passionate zeal for the work in hand. “the very lifeblood of our enterprise”
  6. 6. Integrity Field Marshal Slim “the quality which makes people trust you” Loyal adherence to values and standards especially the truth
  7. 7. Tough, demanding but fair • A leader has no favourites. • The demands are not unreasonable • The treatment of the team is even handed
  8. 8. Warmth and humanity • Chinese Proverb “You can live with cold tea and cold rice but not with cold words” • General friendliness and caring for individuals
  9. 9. Humility • Lack of arrogance • Open-mindedness • Not over assertive or domineering
  10. 10. Leadership Qualities • Enthusiasm • Integrity • Tough, demanding but fair • Warmth and humanity • Humility Write down two people whom you regard as leaders – give them a mark out of ten for each of the above.
  11. 11. Is there a difference between Leadership and Management?
  12. 12. The difference between leading and managing? • The manager maintains; the leader develops. • – The manager focuses on systems and structure; the leader focuses on people. • – The manager relies on control; the leader inspires trust. • – The manager has a short-range view; the leader has a long-range perspective. • – The manager asks how and when; the leader asks what and why.
  13. 13. The difference between leading and managing? • – The manager has his or her eye always on the bottom line; the leader’s eye is on the horizon. • – The manager imitates; the leader originates. • – The manager accepts the status quo; the leader challenges it. • – The manager is the classic good soldier; the leader is his or her own person. • – The manager does things right; the leader does the right thing.
  14. 14. What are leaders supposed to do?
  15. 15. What are leaders supposed to do? Achieving the task Developing the individual Building and Maintaining the team
  16. 16. What sort of leader do you want?
  17. 17. John Adair Leadership and Motivation How you lead the team is dependant upon the team and the project
  18. 18. What is a leader supposed to do about motivation?
  19. 19. Why is motivation so important? Performance = fx (ability) (Motivation)
  20. 20. Motivation What motivates you at work?
  21. 21. De - Motivation What de-motivates you at work? Life! Don't talk to me about life. Wearily on I go, pain and misery my only companions. And vast intelligence, of course. And infinite sorrow. I despise you all.
  22. 22. 22 Motivation Sense of achievement, recognition from colleagues of good work Enjoying aspects of the job itself A sense of responsibility A sense of career advancement ALicata JW, Mowen JC, Harris EG, Brown TJ. On the trait antecedents and outcomes of service worker job resourcefulness: a hierarchical model approach. J Acad Marketing Sci 2003;31:256-71 feeling of personal growth
  23. 23. 23 Motivation • Kindness –Keep them on side • Team sprit – make feel part of the team • Trust and Respect
  24. 24. Motivation John Adair • Be motivated yourself • Select people who are highly motivated • Treat each person as an individual • Set realistic and challenging targets • Remember that progress motivates • Create a motivating environment • Provide fair rewards • Give recognition
  25. 25. Why do the best not always succeed?
  26. 26. The Situational Approach Knowledge of the situation You need: • Food • Shelter • protection
  27. 27. The Functional Approach Necessary skills to enable the team to achieve the task
  28. 28. Authority at work • Position • Personality • knowledge
  29. 29. Leadership A question for the audience. Are they born or made?
  30. 30. This presentation was delivered at an APM event To find out more about upcoming events please visit our website www.apm.org.uk/events

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