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    1. 1. “Innovation distinguishes between aleader and a follower.” –Steve Jobs,Apple co-founderCAPACITY BUILDING:Student Leadership- By Emeka Joshua Chukwuemeka
    2. 2. It is better to lead from behind and to put others infront, especially when you celebrate victory when nicethings occur. You take the front line when there isdanger. Then people will appreciate your leadership.-Nelson Mandela
    3. 3. DEFINITIONS & CONCEPTSLeadership is a process whereby an individual influences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal.
    4. 4. Leadership is a process whereby anindividual influences a group ofindividuals to achieve a commongoal.Leadership is a process by which aperson influences others toaccomplish an objective and directsthe organization in a way that makesit more cohesive and coherent.Definition of Leadership
    5. 5. 4 FACTORS OF LEADERSHIPLeader, Follower, Communication & Situation
    6. 6. • Assigned Leadership• Emergent LeadershipBoss or Leader?Assigned Leadership by your position andyou display Emergent Leadership byinfluencing people to do great things
    7. 7. Bass Theory of LeadershipBass theory of leadership notes there are threebasic ways to explain how people become leaders• A crisis or important event may cause a person torise to the occasion, which brings outextraordinary leadership qualities in an ordinaryperson. This is the Great Event or Great ManTheory.• Some personality traits may lead people naturallyinto leadership roles. This is the Trait Theory.• People can choose to become leaders. People canlearn leadership skills.
    8. 8. Autocratic, Democratic, Laissez-Faire3 LEWIN’S LEADERSHIP STYLES• Authoritarian Leadership• Participative Leadership• Delegative Leadership
    9. 9. 8 MAJOR LEADERSHIP THEORIES• Great Man Theories• Trait Theories• Contingency Theories• Situational Theories• Behavioral Theories• Participative Theories• Management Theories• Relationship Theories
    10. 10. Total Leadership• what they are [be] (suchas beliefs and character)• what they know (suchas job, tasks, andhuman nature)• what they do (such asimplementing, motivating, and providingdirection).Respected leaders concentrate onBeKnowDo
    11. 11. BROADCAST
    12. 12. ?But wait…There’s More!View your slides from anywhere!
    13. 13. Access Anywhere 2 Most Important Keys to EffectiveLeadership Principles of Leadership Attributes of Leadership The Process of Great Leadership
    14. 14. ReferencesBass, B. (1990). From transactional to transformationalleadership: learning to share the vision. OrganizationalDynamics, 18, (3), Winter, 1990, 19-31.Bass, B., Bass, R. (2008). The Bass Handbook ofLeadership: Theory, Research, and ManagerialApplications. Simon & Schuster, Inc.: New York.U.S. Army. (October 1983). Military Leadership (FM22-100). Washington, DC: U.S. Government PrintingOffice.
    15. 15. What’s Your Message?Thank You• “The more you grow in being aleader the less right you have”– Chukwuemeka Emeka Joshua