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Leadership v3 (1)


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Leadership v3 (1)

  1. 1. Leadership Carlos Ho GP Guadalajara 2013
  2. 2. What is it? • A process of social influence in which one person can enlist the aid and support of others in the accomplishment of a common task.1 • Being able to make people follow you and your ideals, helping you achieve your goals. 1. Chemers M. (1997) An integrative theory of leadership.
  3. 3. Where? • Where does leadership take place? • Tournaments • Community YOU DON’T NEED TO BE IN A LEADERSHIP POSITION TO LEAD
  4. 4. L3 Leadership • Regional Judges command the respect of players and other judges as authorities on the practice of judging and the ways in which they accomplish judging-related tasks. They have an understanding of effective leadership in a broader context both within and outside of tournaments. They are trusted by the judges whom they lead.
  5. 5. As a L2 • You don’t have to wait to be a L3. • Normally you become a leader first, are recognized as such by your peers, then you level up. • The level only matters to people that don’t know you. • L3 is not a key that opens a door to magical places. • L3 is not about being the one that travels to the most GPs. One of the most important roles of a L3 is what they do in their local communities.
  6. 6. As a L2 - Community • Start looking beyond your area. • Do you know anything about judges in other states or countries? • Is there anything that can be tackled to improve your region? – Education and mentoring – Translations – Conferences
  7. 7. As a L2 - Tournaments • Keep an eye on what needs to be done, anticipate. • Propose changes if something can be improved. • Go beyond what you’re told to do (but ask about it). • The event is more than just what your team is supposed to do.
  8. 8. As a L2 – Overall • Leadership requires understanding your people. – What do they enjoy doing? – What would they like to improve on? – What are their goals, what do they want to achieve?
  9. 9. Born or made? • Intelligence • Adjustment • Extraversion • Conscientiousness (a desire to do a task well) • Openness to experience • General self-efficacy (belief in one’s ability to achieve goals)
  10. 10. Your personal path • Every leader is different. • Your own path will determine your style. • Not everything works with everybody. • You need to find out what works for you. • Your personality is very important, don’t try to change it. • Learn from other leaders, adapt what works for you.
  11. 11. MTG Leadership styles • Logistics • Rules / Policy • Social • Mentoring • Projects • Others?
  12. 12. What’s his/her style? • Choose a judge that you consider a leader. • Try to identify his or her style(s).
  13. 13. To sum it up • You don’t have to be X level or be assigned to a specific tournament position to be a leader. Find out what you can do and get involved right now! • We’re all different, and our personalities dictate what kind of leadership works for us. Find your style!