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Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide 1: Leadership Qualities Slide 2: Leadership- the process of influencing others Leadership Qualities : Leadership Qualities Think critically Solve problems Respect people Communicate skillfully Set goals, share a vision Develop self & others Integrity Courage Initiative Energy Optimism Ability to handle stress Self-Awareness Leadership Theories : Leadership Theories TRAIT THEORIES BEHAVIORAL THEORIES (Leadership styles) SITUATIONAL THEORIES (understanding all the factors) TRANSFORAMTIONAL THEORIES (inspiration & meaning) What are the key differences in the 3 leadership styles? Democratic leader moves the group toward its goals Autocratic leader moves the group toward the leader’s goals Laissez-faire leader makes no attempt to move the group So What Do Leaders Do? : So What Do Leaders Do? Set Direction – Where we are headed Communicate - The “Why” & “Benefits” of the direction Enable, Coach and Counsel Recognize Results and Reinforce Desired Behavior Set Direction Showing the Way : Set Direction Showing the Way Vision - What Success Looks Like Objectives - How we will win Goals - How much, by when Strategies - What we will focus on Mission – What the organization does for its customers Vision – What the organization wants to become Values – Principles organization will live by Objectives – What we have to do to be successful Strategy – How we will achieve our objectives Goals – Numerical targets that enable the organization to meet its objectives Initiatives – Actions taken to implement strategies Deployment – Process of taking the strategies and objectives to each level of the organization so that the overall objectives are achieved Initiatives - Specific projects we will undertake Kotter’s Eight Stages of Successful Change : Kotter’s Eight Stages of Successful Change Establish a sense of urgency Create a guiding coalition Develop a vision and strategy Communicate the vision Empower employees for broad action Generate short-term wins Consolidate gains & produce more change Anchor new approaches in the culture Communicate The DirectionProvide Understanding and Hope : Communicate The DirectionProvide Understanding and Hope Communication should be clear, concise and continuous The direction we are pursuing What benefits we expect to get Progress - Results achieved to date Communication : Communication Giving & receiving feedback Linking (connecting ideas in a group) Networking (connecting people in a group or organization Most nonverbal is done unconsciously It is more difficult to control Discrepancies often exist between verbal & nonverbal What is stated is often not felt or believed Listening is the most critical communication skill Emotional Intelligence : Emotional Intelligence Listen to others Pick up unspoken concerns Acknowledge others’ perspectives Welcome constructive criticism Bring people together in a spirit of trust Enable Coach and Counsel – Set Up People for Success : Enable Coach and Counsel – Set Up People for Success Provide resources - people, time, money Provide training - build needed skills Provide methods to accomplish assigned tasks Remove barriers Recognize and ReinforceCatch People Doing Things Right : Recognize and ReinforceCatch People Doing Things Right Recognize accomplishments and results - Psychological rewards - Financial rewards Reinforce desired behavior - Catch people doing things right People want and need feedback - Feedback needed for improvement Leaders Lead People : Leaders Lead People Provide Direction - Leaders show the way Communicate - Leaders develop understanding and hope Enable, Coach, Counsel, Provide Resources - Leaders set people up for success Recognize Results and Reinforce Desired Behavior - Leaders catch people doing things right Slide 14: Great Leaders Live with integrity, lead by example develop a winning strategy or “big idea” build a great management team inspire employees to greatness create a flexible, responsive organization use reinforcing management systems love to talk about it high energy clarity of thinking communicate to diverse audience work through people (empowering) Leadership Traits - The Big 8 : Leadership Traits - The Big 8 Self-confidence Trustworthiness Assertiveness Emotional stability Sense of Humour Self-awareness and self-objectivity Cognitive skills Emotional Intelligence Quotes on Leadership : Quotes on Leadership “The very essence of leadership is you have to have a vision. It s got to be a vision you articulate forcefully on every occasion. You can’t blow an uncertain trumpet.” Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, President Emeritus, Notre Dame University “The speed of the leader determines the rate of the pack” “It is the capacity to develop and improve their skills that distinguishes leaders from their followers.” Warren Bennis and Bert Nanus Quotes on Leadership : Quotes on Leadership “ A leader is best when people barely know he exists. Not so good when people obey and acclaim him. Worse when they despise him. But of a good leader who talks little, when his work is done and his aim fulfilled, they will say, "We did it ourselves." -- Lao Tsu, 600 B What is management? : What is management? Management is planning, organizing, coordinating, and controlling work given to employees Management is the process of getting work done through other people Leaders vs. Managers : Leaders vs. Managers LEADERS: innovate focus on people inspire trust have a long-range view ask what and why originate challenge status quo do the right thing MANAGERS: administrate focus on systems and structures rely on control have short-range view ask how and when initiate accept status quo do things right Develop LEADERSHIP : Develop LEADERSHIP You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink. If you want the horse to drink, make sure the horse is thirsty. Learn to encourage and make full use of your talents and the talents of others. Leadership : Leadership All people have untapped leadership potential …it is there in you. To be a leader you must make a decision to act The attempt defines leadership…it does not have to be successful Can I Be Successful? : Can I Be Successful? “Never doubt that a small group of committed people can change the World. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has” - Margaret Mead Myths of Leadership : Myths of Leadership Leadership is a rare skill Leaders are born not made Leaders are charismatic Leadership exists only at the top of an organization Bennis and Nanus 1985 Personal Change Is Required : Personal Change Is Required Insanity - Doing the Same Things and Expecting Better Results Leadership involves facilitating change “If You Can’t Change Your Mind You Can’t Change Anything”--George B. Shaw Those Who Fail to Respond to Their Changing World Will Have Less Influence in It Change Requires Shifts inKnowledge, Skills and Attitudes : Change Requires Shifts inKnowledge, Skills and Attitudes Habits Behavior Mindset What? Why? Knowledge Want To How To? Skills Attitude and Desire Meeting Roles : Meeting Roles Scribe Note Taker Meeting Leader Time Keeper Facilitator Ways to Develop Leadership Skills : Ways to Develop Leadership Skills Take a 10% stretch Have a development plan Discuss the subject with colleagues Learn from others Read books and articles Keep a leadership journal Attend courses Seek further education and training Practice, Practice, Practice, ……….. What not to do: : What not to do: Have an insensitive, abrasive, or bullying style Be aloof or arrogant Fail to face problems Micro-manage Select poor subordinates Think short-term Overly depend on a “sponsor” or mentor Leadership Traits - The Big 8 : Leadership Traits - The Big 8 Self-confidence Trustworthiness Assertiveness Emotional stability Sense of Humour Self-awareness and self-objectivity Cognitive skills Emotional Intelligence Supportive Directive Participatory Achievement oriented Slide 30: THANK YOU -Dr Shashi Kumar MD.,PGDHHM.,MBA., Assistant Professor & Faculty Member, MEU, You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.