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LEADERSHIP 101
– Taking Charge
Prepared by: Paolo M. Rosal
WHAT ARE YOUR
EXPECTATIONS?
HOUSE RULES:
1. Switch off all cell phones and gadgets
2. Ask questions
3. Feel free to jump in on the discussion
4. Parti...
3 MAIN REASONS
UNDERSTANDING
OURSELVES
BETTERBETTER
BE SMART,SMART, PLAN
SMARTERSMARTER
THINK andTHINK and
CREATECREATE...
OBJECTIVES:
 At the end of the 2 day program, the participant should
be able to :
1. Understand one’s self and the value ...
QUOTES FORTHE DAY…
"To live in a world without
becoming aware of its meaning is
like wandering about in a great
library wi...
REFLECTIONS…
Everybody’s
geared towards a…..
…..High-Performing
Organization……
REFLECTIONS…
1. Provider of Choice
- Today the buyer, not the seller, is
sitting in the driver’s seat
- If you don’t take ...
REFLECTIONS…
2. Employer
of Choice -
People who are
treated poorly
tend to
pass that
attitude on to
their
customers
REFLECTIONS…
3. Investment of Choice
- Financial success may be a function of
revenue minus expenses. But you
can be more ...
LEADING TOWARDS A HIGH-
PERFORMING ORGANIZATION WITH
A LEGENDARY SERVICE CULTURE..
S – Shared Information and Open
Communi...
LEADERSHIP IS
THE ENGINE….
…THIS CALLS
FOR VISIONARY
LEADERSHIP!
1. Visionary Leadership practices support
collaboration and involvement
2. Leadership is assumed at every level of
the org...
6. Leaders stand firm on strategic business
decisions and values
7. They keep everyone’s energy focused
on the bull’s eye ...
WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE LEADER?
WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE LEADER?
WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE LEADER?
WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE LEADER?
WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE LEADER?
WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE LEADER?
WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE LEADER?
Management is efficiency in
climbing the ladder of success.
Leadership determines
whether the ladder is leaning
against th...
Management is the function of
running an organization from a
conceptual or policy standpoint..
Leadership is the function ...
Efficiency
Effectiveness
Preparing for the Role
Efficiency is the ability to do
tasks and deliverables at the end
of the day.
Effectiveness is the ability
to make a diffe...
Do you really want to LEAD people?
Leadership is
INFLUENCE, no
more, no less….
Preparing for the Role
Your SUCCESS as a
LEADER highly
depends on how you
perceive and
manage yourself,
before going
through the stages
of influe...
IT’S ALL ABOUT
INFLUENCE…
IT’S ALL ABOUT
INFLUENCE…
IT’S ALL ABOUT
INFLUENCE…
STAGES OF INFLUENCE
POSITION
PERMISSION
PERSONHOOD
PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT
PRODUCTION
MODEL
MOTIVATE
MENTOR
MULTIPLY
 Your influence is either positive
or negative.
 Even if you’ve had a negative
effect on others in the past, you
can tur...
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LEADERSHIP 101 PART 1

  1. 1. LEADERSHIP 101 – Taking Charge Prepared by: Paolo M. Rosal
  2. 2. WHAT ARE YOUR EXPECTATIONS?
  3. 3. HOUSE RULES: 1. Switch off all cell phones and gadgets 2. Ask questions 3. Feel free to jump in on the discussion 4. Participate 5. Respect 6. Manage your breaks 7. Have fun!
  4. 4. 3 MAIN REASONS UNDERSTANDING OURSELVES BETTERBETTER BE SMART,SMART, PLAN SMARTERSMARTER THINK andTHINK and CREATECREATE 04/02/154 TAKI NG CHA RGE OF YOU R DEV ELO
  5. 5. OBJECTIVES:  At the end of the 2 day program, the participant should be able to : 1. Understand one’s self and the value of Leadership in the Workplace 2. Identify & use his core strengths to overcome the obstacles he encounters on a day-to-day basis 3. Demonstrate a positive behavior when interfacing with others and while performing his roles & responsibilities 4. Write and create (1) personal goal and (1) professional goal which will be focal points of all efforts according to set timeframes.
  6. 6. QUOTES FORTHE DAY… "To live in a world without becoming aware of its meaning is like wandering about in a great library without touching the books....“ “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” –Edmund Burke
  7. 7. REFLECTIONS… Everybody’s geared towards a….. …..High-Performing Organization……
  8. 8. REFLECTIONS… 1. Provider of Choice - Today the buyer, not the seller, is sitting in the driver’s seat - If you don’t take care of your customers, somebody else will
  9. 9. REFLECTIONS… 2. Employer of Choice - People who are treated poorly tend to pass that attitude on to their customers
  10. 10. REFLECTIONS… 3. Investment of Choice - Financial success may be a function of revenue minus expenses. But you can be more sound by reducing costs or increasing revenues… - Make all your people business partners, have them take a stab at the financials….. - If you keep your people well informed and let them use their brains, you’ll be amazed at how they can help manage costs…
  11. 11. LEADING TOWARDS A HIGH- PERFORMING ORGANIZATION WITH A LEGENDARY SERVICE CULTURE.. S – Shared Information and Open Communication C - Compelling Vision O - Ongoing Learning R - Relentless Focus on Customer Results E - Energizing Systems and Structures S - Shared Power and High Involvement
  12. 12. LEADERSHIP IS THE ENGINE…. …THIS CALLS FOR VISIONARY LEADERSHIP!
  13. 13. 1. Visionary Leadership practices support collaboration and involvement 2. Leadership is assumed at every level of the organization 3. Top Leaders live the organization’s values 4. Leaders embody and encourage a spirit of inquiry and discovery 5. Leaders act as teachers and lifelong learners VISIONARY LEADERSHIP…
  14. 14. 6. Leaders stand firm on strategic business decisions and values 7. They keep everyone’s energy focused on the bull’s eye of excellence VISIONARY LEADERSHIP…
  15. 15. WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE LEADER?
  16. 16. WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE LEADER?
  17. 17. WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE LEADER?
  18. 18. WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE LEADER?
  19. 19. WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE LEADER?
  20. 20. WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE LEADER?
  21. 21. WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE LEADER?
  22. 22. Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success. Leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the right wall. “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” Management VS. Leadership
  23. 23. Management is the function of running an organization from a conceptual or policy standpoint.. Leadership is the function of making people aware of their potential, enabling them to raise the bar and reach their potential to find success in developing other people as well….. Management VS. Leadership
  24. 24. Efficiency Effectiveness Preparing for the Role
  25. 25. Efficiency is the ability to do tasks and deliverables at the end of the day. Effectiveness is the ability to make a difference,….to make an impact in what matters most to you and the organization…. Preparing for the Role
  26. 26. Do you really want to LEAD people?
  27. 27. Leadership is INFLUENCE, no more, no less…. Preparing for the Role
  28. 28. Your SUCCESS as a LEADER highly depends on how you perceive and manage yourself, before going through the stages of influence…
  29. 29. IT’S ALL ABOUT INFLUENCE…
  30. 30. IT’S ALL ABOUT INFLUENCE…
  31. 31. IT’S ALL ABOUT INFLUENCE…
  32. 32. STAGES OF INFLUENCE POSITION PERMISSION PERSONHOOD PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT PRODUCTION MODEL MOTIVATE MENTOR MULTIPLY
  33. 33.  Your influence is either positive or negative.  Even if you’ve had a negative effect on others in the past, you can turn that around and make your impact a positive one.

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