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Leadership Fundamentals

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Leadership Fundamentals

  1. 1. LEADERSHIP FUNDAMENTALS Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management By: Charmaine C. Chico
  2. 2. ICEBREAKER TEAM NATURE TEAM NURTURE  Leaders are Born  Leaders are Made
  3. 3. Leadership “ Leadership: The art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.” ~Dwight D. Eisenhower Leadership isn’t about forcing people to do things. It about showing the way in getting them to want to do it themselves. Leadership implies that you’re out in front getting people to follow you. It’s not the same as pushing from behind and forcing people to do what you want. That means that with leadership you have to focus on how to motivate people–not how to drive them.
  4. 4. TRAITS OF A LEADER  Empathy: Creating a legitimate rapport with your staff makes it less likely that personal issues and resentment can creep in and derail the group.When your team knows that you are empathetic to their concerns, they will be more likely to work with you and share in your vision, rather than foster negative feelings.
  5. 5. TRAITS OF A LEADER  Consistency: Being a consistent leader will gain you respect and credibility, which is essential to getting buy-in from the group. By setting an example of fairness and credibility, the team will want to act the same way.
  6. 6. TRAITS OF A LEADER  Honesty: Another characteristic of leadership that lends itself to credibility.Those who are honest, especially about concerns, make it far more likely that obstacles will be addressed rather than avoided. Honesty also allows for better assessment and growth.
  7. 7. TRAITS OF A LEADER  Direction: Having the vision to break out of the norm and aim for great things --then the wherewithal to set the steps necessary to get there-- is an essential characteristic of good leadership. By seeing what can be and managing the goals on how to get there, a good leader can create impressive change.
  8. 8. TRAITS OF A LEADER  Communication: Effective communication helps keep the team working on the right projects with the right attitude. If you communicate effectively about expectations, issues and advice, your staff will be more likely to react and meet your goals.
  9. 9. TRAITS OF A LEADER  Flexibility: Not every problem demands the same solution. By being flexible to new ideas and open-minded enough to consider them, you increase the likelihood that you will find the best possible answer.You will set a good example for your team and reward good ideas.
  10. 10. TRAITS OF A LEADER  Conviction: A strong vision and the willingness to see it through is one of the most important characterizes of leadership. The leader who believes in the mission and works toward it will be an inspiration and a resource to their followers.
  11. 11. MANAGEMENT VS. LEADERSHIP
  12. 12. MANAGEMENT VS LEADERSHIP MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP  Things  Control  Subordinates  Reactive  Maintains status quo  People  Motivates  Followers  Proactive  Challenges Status Quo
  13. 13. MANAGEMENT VS. LEADERSHIP MANAGERS LEADERS  Managers have employees.  Managers react to change.  Managers have good ideas.  Managers communicate.  Managers direct groups.  Managers try to be heroes.  Managers take credit.  Managers are focused.  Managers exercise power over people.  Leaders win followers.  Leaders create change.  Leaders implement them.  Leaders persuade.  Leaders create teams.  Leaders make heroes of everyone around them.  Leaders take responsibility.  Leaders create shared focus.  Leaders develop power with people.
  14. 14. MANAGEMENT: Control  Triple Constraints  1. Quality  2.Time  3. Money
  15. 15. Five F’s of LEADERSHIP  1. FIRM  - set a vision  - communicate the plan  - execute on goals
  16. 16. Five F’s of LEADERSHIP  FAIR  - value diversity  - seek…share…listen  - do the right thing
  17. 17. Five F’s of LEADERSHIP  FRIENDLY  - bring positive energy  - reward and recognize (frequently)  - have fun
  18. 18. Five F’s of LEADERSHIP  FAMILY  - create a winning environment  - talent is key  - build a team
  19. 19. Five F’s of LEADERSHIP  FAITH  - know who you are  - volunteer  - relax and replenish
  20. 20. “The supreme quality of leadership is integrity.” - Dwight D. Eisenhower Thank you!

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