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LEADERSHIP:

LEADERSHIP

What is leadership:

"Leadership:  the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it." …    Dwight D. Eisenhower “Leaders have followers ” What is leadership

So What Do Leaders Do?  :

Leaders help a group of people move from o ne paradigm to another. 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 . So What Do Leaders Do?

KINDS OF LEADERS:

We have Many Kinds of Leaders Political Military Business Academic Religious Sports Statistical Leaders And many more KINDS OF LEADERS

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Truth be told, not everyone is a leader. It’s just not meant for everyone. And that’s OK. But more people are leaders than they realize. Leadership takes on many different faces; it’s just a question of understanding how you lead and why.

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Good leadership is a result of the careful application of 11 skills that any post leader or officer can learn to use. With practice, these skills can become a part of the adult’s or youth officer’s leadership style and will prove helpful in exploring and all other leadership situations. Leadership skills are required to function as a “Mentor” and “Sponsor” .

Key Leadership Skills  :

Lead By Example . Passion . Be Organized . Delegate . Communication – Clear, concise & continuous Take Ownership and Responsibility . Be Brave and Honest . Delegation. Great Listener . Understanding Human Behavior. Be a Follower. Key Leadership Skills

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 The leader controls, directs, prods, manipulates. ……….The modern view is that through patience, persistence and hard work, you can be a highly effective leader. Myths of Leadership

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“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” ……….

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GOAL SETTING

SMART GOALS:

S Specific M Measurable A Attainable R Relevant T Time-bound SMART GOALS

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INTRODUCTION GOAL SETTING IS: Deciding what is important for you to achieve in your life and making your choices based on this knowledge Separating what is important from what is irrelevant so that your focus is in the right place Motivating yourself to achievement to ensure their accomplishment Building your self-confidence based on the measured achievement of goals Ensuring that your goals are your own and no one else’s

Your Lifetime Goals:

The first step in setting personal goals is to consider what you want to achieve in your lifetime (or by a time at least, say, 10-25 years in the future) as setting Lifetime Goals gives you the overall perspective that shapes all other aspects of your decision making. To give a broad, balanced coverage of all important areas in your life, try to set goals in categories Your Lifetime Goals

PERSONAL GOAL SETTING:

Find Direction. Live Your Life Your Way. Goal setting is a powerful process for thinking about your ideal future, and for motivating yourself to turn this vision of the future into reality. More than this, properly-set goals can be incredibly motivating, and as you get into the habit of setting and achieving goals, you'll find that your self-confidence builds fast. PERSONAL GOAL SETTING

TYPES OF GOALS:

Attitude Career / Education Family Financial Physical Pleasure Social Service TYPES OF GOALS

GOAL SETTING TIPS:

State each goal as a positive statement Be precise Set priorities Keep operational goals small Set performance goals, not outcome goals Set realistic goals GOAL SETTING TIPS

KEY POINTS:

Failure to meet goals does not matter  much, as long as you learn from it. Feed lessons learned back into your goal setting program. Remember too that your goals will change as time goes on. Adjust them regularly to reflect growth in your knowledge and experience, and if goals do not hold any attraction any longer, then let them go. KEY POINTS

Useful Life Skills for Goal Setters:

Time Management . Problem Solving and Decision Making Planning and Organization Attitude and Motivation Emotional Intelligence Useful Life Skills for Goal Setters

WHAT CAN GO WRONG??:

Outcome goals can be set instead of performance goals Goals can be set unrealistically high. Goals can be set so low that you feel no challenge of benefit in achieving the goal Goals can be so vague that they are useless WHAT CAN GO WRONG??

WHAT CAN GO WRONG??:

Goal setting can be unsystematic and disorganized. Too many goals that aren’t given priority may be set, leading to a feeling of overload. Where goal setting does go wrong, not only are the benefits of goal setting lost, but the whole process of goal setting can fall into disrepute. WHAT CAN GO WRONG??

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INCREASED ACTUALISATION OF YOUR POTENTIAL

WHAT IS ACTUALISATION???:

WHAT IS ACTUALISATION??? Actualization is nothing but self actualization Self actualization:- Self actualization is making actual or real all that you are. It is being fully human , fully alive. It is being an ordinary person with nothing taken away from you! It is getting over and breaking through anything that interferes with becoming all you can become. It is realizing everything that dampens your power.

Some facts about actualization:-:

Some facts about actualization:- self-actualization is an ongoing process not a goal. self-actualization is not something that one aims for: it is something that one does. self-actualization is not restricted to high-profile, high-achieving individuals; one does not need to be a big shot to actualize himself

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs:

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs

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it talks about how to be happy and self actualized. The various levels of the pyramid are:- 1)Physiological needs:-air , water , food ,sleep etc 2)Safety needs:-secure country, community, job etc 3)love/belonging needs:-family, friends etc 4)Esteem needs:- confidence, achievement, respect of others 5)self-actualisation:-creativity , spontaneity, problem solving etc.

Characteristics of self actualized people:

Characteristics of self actualized people Spontaneous in taking action and making decisions. Interested in solving problems Creative Close with other people(strong support network) Strong morality system Objective perspective, without prejudice. Focused energy on one particular task(their mission or goal )

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Figuring out who you are is closely tied to self actualisation and growth.

Conditions that promote growth are:-:

Conditions that promote growth are:- Genuineness - You've achieved self-actualization if you can be open with your thoughts and feelings – if your external behavior matches your internal thoughts – if you can be transparent, then you're on the road to actualization and growth. Being honest and real encourages others to be genuine as well

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Acceptance. Unconditional positive regard has been described as an "attitude of grace". When you offer it, you love someone without judging their actions, thoughts, or feelings. You're self-actualized when you value people even as you know their failings and dark sides. Nurturing acceptance and unconditional positive regard toward your own self is key to a happy, peaceful and fulfilled life.

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Empathy. You recognize and can relate to another's emotions and experiences. You reflect their feelings and meanings nonjudgmentally; you can put yourself in another's shoes and feel what they're feeling. Self-actualization involves being empathetic.

Barriers to self actualisation:-:

Barriers to self actualisation:- Ignorance Habituation and habit formation Destructive personality traits Ego-defense mechanism Negative self talk Arrested development

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Failure to understand the language of the inner self Failure to master negative emotions and states of mind Poor attention management and self awareness Neglecting dreams and myths

how to move towards self actualization?:

how to move towards self actualization ? Meet your basic needs first. Become comfortable with solitude and being on your own. Develop close personal relationships rather than a cadre of acquaintances. Cultivate an unhostile sense of humor. Enjoy spontaneity & simplicity. Accept yourself and others. Develop strong ethics. Be more creative. Have compassion.

Personal Expressiveness :

Personal Expressiveness

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The goal of the process of identity formation should be to recognize one’s best potentials and choose purposes in living consistent with those potentials. When individuals engage in activities that involve the development of their best potentials and pursue related goals, they will report experiences of personal expressiveness more so than when engaged in other activities.

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The recognition of one’s personal potentials and the forming of personally expressive commitments is more likely to occur through a process of exploration than through a process of identification. In other words, the identity achievement status should associated with personal expressiviness to a greater extent than is the foreclosure status.

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Feelings of personal expressiveness accompany activities that reflect one’s core sense of being When engaging in personally expressive activities, individuals experience: a) an unusually intense involvement. b) a special fit or meshing with the activities. c) a feeling of intensely being alive. d) a feeling of competence and fulfillment. e) an impression that this is what the person was meant to do. f) a feeling that this is who one really is. g) self-realization

Enhanced ability to inform, persuade and perform:

Enhanced ability to inform, persuade and perform How to gain leadership skills? First, you need to explore your values Second, who can serve as a model for you ? Third, what is your vision of your profession, service, organization?

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Technical Skills - What you study Methods, Processes, Procedures Ability to use tools Ability to operate equipment Conceptual Skills - Your ability to Analyze Situations and Generate Ideas Analyze a situation Think logically Combine concepts and ideas into a workable relationship

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Human Relations Skills - Your Understanding and Ability to Work with People Interpersonal processes Members’ Attitude Members’ Motives Communication Skills Cooperation

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