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Leadership by example

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Leadership by example

  1. 1. RUTHER N. FLORESUSC CHAIR 2011-2012
  2. 2. “Life is too short to live the same day twice”"The people who get on in this world are the people who getup and look for the circumstances they want, and if they cantfind them, make them." George Bernard ShawNever ridicule crazy people because the crazy are the ones whochanged the worldAdministrators are cheap and easy to find and cheap to keep.Leaders—risk takers: they are in very short supply. And oneswith vision are pure gold. -Raymond SmithA strategy is only as good as the vision that guides it. -BurtNanus
  3. 3. 1. ability to lead: the ability to guide, direct, orinfluence people2. guidance: guidance or direction3. leaders: a group of leaders (takes a singularor plural verb)4. office or position of leader: the office orposition of the head of a political party or otherbody of people
  4. 4. “Leadership is influence”- John Maxwell“Influence is just like your money in the bank,the less you use it, the more you have it”-Margaret Thatcher“Managers have their eyes on the bottom line;leaders have their eyes on the horizon”- WarrenDennis“A leader is a man who has the ability to getother people to do what they don’t want to do,and like it”- Harry Truman
  5. 5. Activity- refers to the events being hosted andorganized by the student leadersService- refers to the assistance being provided bythe student leaders to their fellow studentsAdvocacy-refers to the participation of the studentleaders in the different current issues and nationalinterestsGovernance- refers to the organizational skills andinnovation introduced by the student leaders intheir organizations and membersRepresentation- refers to the act of speaking, andstanding for the rest of the student body
  6. 6. Personal growthSkills developmentOpportunity to help others“active students”Unites the populaceProvides directionImpart a part of you to the many (writer-poem)
  7. 7. NoneIs accountability, obligations and responsibility adisadvantage?
  8. 8. LEADERSHIP
  9. 9. PRACTICE WHAT YOU PREACHEVERY TEACHER IS A LEADER AND EVERYLEADER IS A TEACHERDO NOT BE, “DINE BANGUS, PREACHGALUNGGONG”
  10. 10. LEADERSHIP BYEXAMPLE ISLEADERSHIPTHROUGH ACTIONS
  11. 11. SIMPLE ACTIONSEASY TO FOLLOW ANDREMEMBERMANY CAN RELATE OR FOLLOWMANY PEOPLE PREFER THESEACTIONSLEADERS ARE CONCERNEDABOUT THE PEOPLE WHO WILLFOLLOW THEMPEOPLE, MOST OF THE TIME,CONSIDER THEIR LEADERSLACKINGPEOPLE ASK FOR CHANGEDIFFICULT ACTIONSHARD TO UNDERSTAND ANDFOLLOWFEW PEOPLE CAN RELATE ORFOLLOWFEW BRAVE PEOPLE WOULDCHOOSE THE DIFFICULTLEADERS ARE CONCERNEDABOUT CREATING SOMETHINGNEWPEOPLE, SOMETIMES, GOAGAINST THEIR LEADERSPEOPLE ASK FOR INVOLVEMENT
  12. 12. Studies First.Never sacrifice your academics.In times of uncertainty, ask questions.The one next to you may know the answers.Recognize authority.There is always someone above you.Set your priorities.Be able to identify the most important tasks that you must do.Be in a team. Act like a team.You will never be left alone to do things so don’t leave others too.Take time to laugh and play.The brain and body requires a break from serious work.Rest.When you’re sitting and not moving, it doesn’t mean that you’re not doing anything. You’rejust thinking things out.Take initiative in doing work.Don’t let someone else do the things that you can do yourself.Know when you’re being too much.People may be offended by your actions and may cause misunderstandings in the group.Never be dull for a moment.Always look for things that you can do. Never allow yourself to be unproductive.
  13. 13. LEADERSHIP BY EXAMPLE CAN BE GOOD OR BADDEPENDING UPON THE LEADERS ANDCONSTITUENTSLEADERSHIP BY EXAMPLE SHOULD APPLY TOLEADERS AND CONSTITUENTS WHO ARE TRYINGTO DO THINGS FOR THE FIRST TIMELEADERS OF EXAMPLE THINK DIFFERENTLY ANDTHEIR CONSTITUENTS MAY OR MAY NOTUNDERSTAND THEIR INTENTIONS
  14. 14. Know how to listenKnow how to admit one’s mistakesLearn to value the strength of othersLearn to accept the weaknesses of othersTake advantage of your capacities as a leaderAssess one’s capacity and competencyBe spontaneousLove your workLove your members
  15. 15. Will this matter ayear from now?
  16. 16. KUNG KAYA NGIBA,…..
  17. 17. …IPAGAWA MO SAKANILA…
  18. 18. AT ANG GAWIN MOAY YUNG HINDI NILAKAYA…

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