Toastmasters Leadership Excellence Series- Motivating People

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Presented the Toastmasters Leadership Excellence series using these slides for "Motivating People" which I created.

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  • Toastmasters Leadership Excellence Series- Motivating People

    1. 1. Motivating Peoplefrom the Leadership excellence series
    2. 2. “Leaders must be closeenough to relate to others, but far enough ahead to motivate them”
    3. 3. How To....
    4. 4. How To.... 1 Take care of the needs of the leaders
    5. 5. How To.... 1 Take care of the needs of the leaders 2 Create a culture that motivates leaders
    6. 6. How To.... Take care of the needs of the leaders
    7. 7. In many organizations... ExperiencedNew Leaders Leader
    8. 8. In many organizations... Do THIS! ExperiencedNew Leaders Leader
    9. 9. In many organizations... Do THIS! Do T HAT! ExperiencedNew Leaders Leader
    10. 10. In many organizations... Do THIS! Do T HAT! Do EVERTHING! ExperiencedNew Leaders Leader
    11. 11. Autocracy!
    12. 12. Autocracy!Coercion!
    13. 13. Autocracy! Coercion!Forced Control!
    14. 14. New Leaders
    15. 15. MotivationNew Leaders
    16. 16. Get out of this organization, quick! MotivationNew Leaders
    17. 17. In Toastmasters...
    18. 18. New Leaders
    19. 19. NeedyNew Leaders
    20. 20. Needy InexperiencedNew Leaders
    21. 21. Needy Inexperienced Knowledge GapsNew Leaders
    22. 22. Needy Inexperienced Knowledge Gaps Need GuidanceNew Leaders
    23. 23. Experienced Leaders
    24. 24. We know you need support, we’rehere to guide and help! Experienced Leaders
    25. 25. In Toastmasters... ExperiencedNew Leaders Leaders
    26. 26. In Toastmasters... Dialogue ExperiencedNew Leaders Leaders
    27. 27. In Toastmasters... ExperiencedNew Leaders Leaders
    28. 28. Proactively ask questions
    29. 29. Proactively ask questionsListen and consider New Leader’s “point of view”
    30. 30. Proactively ask questions Listen and consider New Leader’s “point of view”Give Specific and Valuable Feedback
    31. 31. Proactively ask questions Listen and consider New Leader’s “point of view”Give Specific and Valuable FeedbackKeep an open mind to act on feedback given
    32. 32. The RoleNew Leaders
    33. 33. The Role Proactivity & InitiativeNew Leaders
    34. 34. The Role Proactivity & Initiative Open MindNew Leaders
    35. 35. The Role Proactivity & Initiative Open Mind Listen and followNew Leaders
    36. 36. The RoleExperienced Leaders
    37. 37. The Role Listen & EmpathizeExperienced Leaders
    38. 38. The Role Listen & Empathize Give Useful FeedbackExperienced Leaders
    39. 39. The Role Listen & Empathize Give Useful Feedback EncourageExperienced Leaders
    40. 40. How To.... Create a Culture that motivates leaders
    41. 41. The “E-A-R” Approach
    42. 42. E xemplary
    43. 43. E xemplary
    44. 44. E xemplary ROLE MODEL
    45. 45. E xemplary ROLE MODEL
    46. 46. In Toastmasters... “Kelvin, Iwould like to do Project 6 in next chapter meeting”
    47. 47. In Toastmasters... “Whoa! since Wekie, our club president is doing a project speech, I should too”
    48. 48. By being Exemplary , leaders and members will bemotivated to commit and follow suite
    49. 49. A utonomy
    50. 50. A utonomy
    51. 51. A utonomy
    52. 52. A utonomy
    53. 53. In Toastmasters... “Chapter Meeting next month, how should I plan it?”
    54. 54. In Toastmasters... “You can contact otherclub members to help....”
    55. 55. By having Autonomy ,leaders can be empowered, motivated and in control instead of controlled
    56. 56. R ecognition
    57. 57. R ecognition
    58. 58. In Toastmasters...
    59. 59. In Toastmasters... Speakers EvaluatorsAppt Holders ExCo ExCo ExCo
    60. 60. In Toastmasters... Speakers EvaluatorsAppt Holders ExCo ExCo ExCo
    61. 61. In Toastmasters... Speakers EvaluatorsAppt Holders ExCo ExCo ExCo
    62. 62. By giving Recognition, , leaders and members will have theirmotivation flame continuously burning
    63. 63. E xemplary
    64. 64. E xemplaryA utonomy
    65. 65. E xemplaryA utonomyR ecognition
    66. 66. How To.... 1 Take care of the needs of the leaders 2 Create a culture that motivates leaders
    67. 67. In conclusion...

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