Leadership Issues vs Challenges

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LEADERSHIP : 

LEADERSHIP ISSUES vs CHALLENGES

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LEADERSHIP Clinical Definition The ability to influence people towards the attainment of organizational goals

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LEADERSHIP Personal Definition “Leadership is much like pornography. It’s so hard to define, but you know one when you see one.”

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LEADERSHIP Interpretation Pushing from behind Involves risks Self-confidence Hard work of studying and reflecting Leadership is not something one does like doing being the General of the Cavalry – like just merely leading them into battle

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LEADERSHIP Need for Leaders Because everyday, we are confronted with CONDITIONS of UNCERTAINTY

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LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP ISSUES An issue is a situation that presents difficulty, uncertainty, or perplexity; the essential point, problem, or matter of discussion to be solved. It functions essentially as the culminating point leading to a decision.

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LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES A challenge is a test of one’s abilities in overcoming a demanding but stimulating undertaking and situation, which often needs to be confronted boldly and courageously.

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LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP ISSUES Stewardship The Foundation of Trust Moral dimension Fragmentation (The Power of Organized Groups) Common Good

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LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES Decision-Making Power and Authority Accountability Goal and Vision Setting Developing Esprit de Corps Effective Team Building Survival Cohesion Developing Subordinates Discipline Reward and Punishment Training Safety Fitness and Readiness

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LEADERSHIP ISSUES vs CHALLENGES

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LEADERSHIP ISSUES vs CHALLENGES

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LEADERSHIP ISSUES vs CHALLENGES

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LEADERSHIP ISSUES vs CHALLENGES

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LEADERSHIP CASE ANALYSIS: The Case of the Two Soldiers The Case of the Different Culture

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LEADERSHIP “You can not choose your battlefield, God does that for you. But you can plant a standard, where standard never flew.” Stephen Crane (1871-1900) ISSUES vs CHALLENGES Lecture by: BGen Salvador S Collantes, Jr

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