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Good leadership

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Good leadership

  1. 1.  The ability to inspire willing obedience inothersXenophon Leadership is about getting extraordinaryperformance out of ordinary peopleJohn Harvey-Jones Your position never gives you the right tocommand. It only imposes on you the duty ofso living your life that others may receiveyour orders without being humiliated.Dag Hammarskjold
  2. 2.  The front-line leader, should always work harderand better than other people, then they willfollow him. If you live that way yourself then youwill not have to tell your members to follow you;they will want to follow you on their own.Sun Myung Moon You can be appointed a commander or amanager, but you are not a leader until yourappointment is ratified in the hearts and minds ofthose who work under you.John Adair
  3. 3.  Qualities approach Situational approach Functional approach They are interlinking
  4. 4.  “It was said that he had all the qualities ofleadership which a man of his sort couldhave.” Xenophon One good quality in a leader is not enough;you have to be good at everything.Sun Myung Moon Assumption that “Leaders are born and notmade”
  5. 5.  Enthusiasm Spirit filled Integrity, authenticity, character The quality that makes people trust you Toughness and demandingness Resilient and challenging Fairness No favourities, be consistent Warmth and humanity Heart Humility Own up to mistakes
  6. 6.  Authority flows to the one who knows Shipwrecked survivors Importance of knowledge and being qualified “There is small risk that leaders will be regardedwith contempt by those they lead if whatever theyask of others they show themselves best able toperform.” Xenophon Limitations Not satisfactory to keep changing Some people have general leadership competence
  7. 7.  Authority of POSITION Job title, appointment Authority of PERSONALITY Natural qualities of influence Authority of KNOWLEDGE Technical or professional “Perhaps you have lots of enthusiasm and yourmembers are inspired to work very hard, but if theyget very little result they will stop working. You haveto be smart as well as enthusiastic. One good qualityin a leader is not enough; you have to be good ateverything.” SMM
  8. 8.  Three variables with leadership The leader The situation The group or team More than sum of its parts Group or team personality
  9. 9. All teams have 3 universal needs: The need to achieve the common task The need to be held together or maintainedas a working group The needs which individuals bring into themby virtue of being embodied persons
  10. 10.  Do something cannot do as an individual Climb a mountain If successful -> elation If unsuccessful -> despair Disband or reform?
  11. 11.  Morale Team spirit Trust Cooperation Friendship Threatened internally Threatened externally Team building exercises
  12. 12. Abraham Maslow
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  20. 20.  In God‟s ideal, there cannot be any individualpurpose which does not support the wholepurpose, nor can there be any wholepurpose that does not guarantee theinterests of the individual.DP
  21. 21. Achieving thetaskDevelopingtheindividualBuildingandmaintainingthe teamUntil you can do this essential work, your appointment as a leaderwill not be ratified in the hearts and minds of the team
  22. 22.  Leaders can‟t do everything but areaccountable for everything “It is good if you have a sense ofresponsibility yourself, but it will notaccomplish anything until all your membersalso have that same sense of responsibility.Your problem is how to transfer yourstandard to them. You have to study thisprocess all the time.” Sun Myung Moon
  23. 23.  Task Is this task worthwhile What is its value to society? How would one measure that value? Group What are the values that this group shares andholds it together? Individual Do I share the same values as this group? Is this task worthwhile in my eyes?
  24. 24.  Making sure each three areas of need arefulfilled Planning Briefing Initiating Controlling Supporting Informing Evaluating
  25. 25.  Bridging the gap mentally between whereyou are and where you want to be How are we going to achieve the task? Who is going to do what? When does it have to be done? “The first criterion of leadership isorganization; you have to organizeefficiently.” SMM How to make a plan? Leader? Together?
  26. 26.  I am telling you this because we should have thebest organization in the world. Our planning andorganization must be workable, not justidealistic. As a team captain you should always figure outhow much better you can do this month than lastmonth. Then you can make a plan, taking intoconsideration all the personalities on your team.Make a workable plan and really stretch yourselfto fulfill it.Sun Myung Moon
  27. 27.  Communication important Explain the task, its value and meaning Preparing Clarifying Simplifying Vivifying Being yourself
  28. 28.  The fastest, easiest way to find the bestmethod is to adopt the best mans techniquefor yourself. You have to standardize yourmethod of doing things. You must have aclear idea of what you are going to do, andall your members must know what they aregoing to do. If any of them has a better wayof doing things, of course let him suggest it.Organization, a strong sense ofresponsibility, enthusiasm and long hours ofwork are all very essential, but there is stillone more crucial element: clear direction.Sun Myung Moon
  29. 29.  Be aware of what should be happening andwhat is happening and intervene if necessary Goal is to intervene as little as possible
  30. 30.  The best leaders are those the people hardlyknow exist.The next best is a leader who is loved andpraised.Next comes the one who is feared.The worst one is the leader that is despised. The best leaders value their words,and use them sparingly.When he or she has accomplished their task,the people say,"Amazing: we did it, all by ourselves!”Taoism
  31. 31.  Judging the effects of potential actions Evaluating a team‟s performance Task achieved?
  32. 32.  If I see a high team average, I think that is good,but if I see that each member has a similar highaverage then I value that team even morebecause I know that it is a stable team. Onceyou are stable as a leader your team will grow.For your first few months or even the first year itis too early to tell about you. But after a longtime, if your teams are still up and down, withsome members having very high results andothers very low results, even though your teamaverage is very good, the situation reflects yourpoor organization.Sun MyungMoon
  33. 33.  Leader‟s character Subordinates How knowledgeable, experienced, sociallyskilled Situation Task Environment Time constraints
  34. 34.  At the same time, let your members givesuggestions about the best method to use andgive comments about themselves. If you areconfident of having the best way, do not justinsist that your members follow your way. If oneof them comes up to suggest his own idea, evenif you think he is wrong, do not say, "No, justhush up and listen to me." Rather, try to find thegood points in his suggestion and agree with himon those. If you come to realize that someone isactually better than you in some ways, then youcan always accept suggestions from him. Youneed to have vast information.Sun Myung Moon
  35. 35. Use ofauthorityby manager Area of freedomfor subordinatesManagermakesdecisionsandannouncesitManager„sells‟decisionManagerpresentsideas andinvitesquestionsManagerpresentstentativedecisionsubjecttochangeManagerpresentsproblem,getssuggestions,makesdecisionManagerdefineslimits,asksgroupto makedecisionManagerpermitssubordinatesto functionwithinlimitsdefined bysuperior
  36. 36.  If you deeply want to learn more about Godthen that desire becomes like an invisibleantenna and God and the spirit world willcommunicate thoughts and feelings to you.The most profound experiences will comewhen you really shed tears and want to seeme in the midst of difficulties. Then spirituallyI will appear in person and explain exactlywhat the difficulty is and how to solve it.Sun Myung Moon
  37. 37.  Always remember one thing--God has neverforgotten you. You may have forgotten Him, butHe will never forget you. So as long as you arecalled to go this way, do it; that is the best wayfor you. No one is more qualified to complainthan I am, but if I started complaining, it wouldmake a mountain. Instead I dig deeper, likegoing down in a mine, and I find even moreprecious jewels. This has always been true.Actually the one who complains cannot goforward because he is putting limits on himself.Nobody is making him stop except himself.Sun MyungMoon
  38. 38.  Ability to make decisions Energy Humour Sense of justice Determination Example Loyalty Sense of duty Calmness in crisis Confidence Ability to acceptresponsibility Integrity Courage Enthusiasm Honesty Human element

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