2nd Leadership module


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This is the second module training series on Leadership which will have 3 parts. The first modules series given last August was the Membership Module.

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2nd Leadership module

  1. 1. LEADERSHIP<br />Module 3 PART 1<br />MY LEADERS<br />
  2. 2. GREAT LEADERS THROUGH HISTORY (LIFE magazine)<br />Mohandas Gandhi, pioneer of non-violent protest<br />“Taken on the whole, I would believe that Gandhi's views were the most enlightened of all the political men of our time. We should strive to do things in his spirit: not to use violence for fighting for our cause, but by non-participation of anything you believe is evil." <br />—Albert Einstein, 1950<br />POLITICAL LEADER<br />
  3. 3. GREAT LEADERS THROUGH HISTORY (LIFE magazine)<br />Vince Lombardi, legendary coach of the Green Bay Packers<br />“The leader can never close the gap between himself and the group. If he does, he is no longer what he must be. He must walk a tightrope between the consent he must win and the control he must exert.”<br />SPORTS MOTIVATIONAL LEADER<br />
  4. 4. GREAT LEADERS THROUGH HISTORY (LIFE magazine)<br />3. Steve Jobs, Co-Founder and CEO of Apple<br />“In the past 10 years alone he has radically and lucratively reordered three markets — music, movies, and mobile telephones — and his impact on his original industry, computing, has only grown." <br />—From the November 5, 2009<br />Fortune’s piece naming Jobs the “CEO of the Decade”<br />BUSINESS LEADER<br />
  5. 5. GREAT LEADERS THROUGH HISTORY (LIFE magazine)<br />4. Nelson Mandela, political prisoner-turned-South African president<br />"A leader is like a shepherd. He stays behind the flock, letting the most nimble go out ahead, whereupon the others follow, not realizing that all along they are being directed from behind.”<br />—Nelson Mandela<br />POLITICAL LEADER<br />
  6. 6. GREAT LEADERS THROUGH HISTORY (LIFE magazine)<br />5. Gloria Steinem, Writer and Feminist Leader<br />“The best kind of leader: one who creates independence, not dependence.”<br />—Steinem in her 1992 book Revolution From Within<br />ADVOCACY LEADER<br />
  7. 7. GREAT LEADERS THROUGH HISTORY (LIFE magazine)<br />6. Martin Luther King Jr., Minister and Leader of the American Civil Rights Movement<br />"We all have the drum major instinct. We all want to be important, to surpass others, to achieve distinction, to lead the parade.... And the great issue of life is to harness the drum major instinct. It is a good instinct if you don't distort it and pervert it. Don't give it up. Keep feeling the need for being important. Keep feeling the need for being first. But I want you to be the first in love. I want you to be the first in moral excellence. I want you to be the first in generosity."<br /> —Martin Luther King Jr., in a February 1968, The sermon<br />CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER<br />
  8. 8. GREAT LEADERS THROUGH HISTORY (LIFE magazine)<br />7. James T. Kirk, Captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise<br />"The first captain to appear on Star Trek was an energetic, hands-on leader. He led every crew excursion to new planets and took an active role in all interactions with new civilizations. Captain Kirk also relied heavily on his crew, especially his science officer, chief engineer, and doctor. He pushed them all to succeed but depended on their counsel to help him make decisions. His crew knew who was in charge, but responded to his call for their input and did their best to answer his needs. <br /> From Captain Kirk, managers can learn the power of involving and empowering their staff." <br />--from Crosstalk<br />TEAM LEADER<br />
  9. 9. GREAT LEADERS THROUGH HISTORY (LIFE magazine)<br />8. Oprah Winfrey, Media Mogul and Humanitarian<br />"Winfrey stands as a beacon, not only in the worlds of media and entertainment but also in the larger realm of public discourse.... When Winfrey talks, her viewers — an estimated 14 million daily in the U.S. and millions more in 132 other countries — listen.”<br />—From the 1998 TIME 100<br />MEDIA/ SOCIAL/ HUMANITARIAN LEADER<br />
  10. 10. GREAT LEADERS THROUGH HISTORY (LIFE magazine)<br />9. Pope John Paul II, the Catholic Church’s Supreme Pontiff for 27 Years<br />"Throughout a hard and often difficult life, he stood for social justice and on the side of the oppressed, whether as a young man facing the Nazi occupation in Poland or later in challenging the Communist regime. He never wavered, never flinched, in the struggle for what he thought was good and right.”<br />—British Prime Minister Tony Blair<br />RELIGIOUS LEADER<br />
  11. 11. GREAT LEADERS THROUGH HISTORY (LIFE magazine)<br />10. Count Basie, Pianist and Bandleader<br />"Unostentatious as Mr. Basie appeared, his presence was a vital factor in directing his and or any group of musicians with whom he might be playing. There was a memorable concert at Town Hall several years ago when a number of musicians, including Mr. Basie, were scheduled to perform in a variety of combinations. A group that included some Basie sidemen was on stage, playing in a ragged, desultory fashion, when Mr. Basie arrived. The pianist in the combo gave up his seat to Mr. Basie who sat down, tinkled a few introductory notes, looked up at the drummer, nodded at the rest of the group and, when the combo took off, the musicians were playing as brilliantly and cleanly as they had been disheveled only a few moments before.”<br />—from the New York Times’ 1984 obituary<br />BAND LEADER<br />
  12. 12. Types of leaders<br /><ul><li>Political Leader
  13. 13. Advocacy Leader (civil rights, feminist movement, humanitarian, social reform, non-governmental groups , Rotary and other cause-oriented movements)
  14. 14. Business Leader
  15. 15. Religious Leader
  16. 16. Sports Leader: coach
  17. 17. Band Leader
  18. 18. Team Leader : organizational
  19. 19. Home/ Family Leader</li></li></ul><li>My LEADER<br />WHO DO I CONSIDER AS A LEADER ? WHY?<br />