NSTP-Leadership

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Challenges for the Youth of Today

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A leader is an essential person The one that leads to attain the goals

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An essential part of directing the people to work is LEADERSHIP

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Fiedler 1967 LEADERSHIP

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Distinguish people in an organization or group. 2. An ability 3. A relationship LEADERSHIP

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“ The art of inducing subordinates to accomplish their assignments with zeal and confidence” (Koontz & O’Donnell, 1981)

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“The relationship in Which one person (the leader) influences others to work together willingly on related tasks to attain goals desired by the leader and, or group” ( Terry & Franklin, 1982)

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i s a planned process which results in the following:

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1. Challenging people to work collaboratively t oward an ever-expanding, vision of excellence in the achievements of organizational and personal, professional goals and objectives.

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2. Creating a treat-free e nvironment for growth, so that the creative talents a nd skills are use the best knowledge.

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3. Encouraging and build ing working relationship that are individually organizationally, satisfying unifying and strengthening in the realization of mutually determined goals and objectives.

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4. Optimizing available m aterial and human resources

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DEFINITION OF LEADERSHIP

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Is the process of influencing individuals or groups to achieve g oals.

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Authority , Direction, Motivator, Reinforce, Persuasion, Cheerleader, Coach, Nurturer and Delegate

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FUNCTIONS OF LEADERSHIP

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1. Providing Vision Develop a vision for the organization through participatory management. It is better to involve your teammates, because several heads are better than one.

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2. Achieving Goals To make your vision a reality, it is very essential that you and your co-workers set goals or objectives.

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3 . Initiating camaraderie a nd smooth relationship It is a task of the leader to resolved misunderstanding or conflict. Expect a harmonious relationship among members of the organizations.

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THREE TYPES OF LEADERSHIP

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1. Authoritative type of leadership through fear.

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2 . Persuasive or democratic type of leadership.

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3. Free-rein type, wherein the leaders just allow his followers to do what they want.

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Traits which leader should possess

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Adaptability Considerateness Dedication Dignity Faith

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6. Experience 7. Honesty 8. Initiative 9. Integrity

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10. Judgment 11. Justice 12. Kindness 13. Knowledge 14. Loyalty

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15 . Strong personality 16. Persuasiveness 17. Poise 18. Resourcefulness

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19. Tact 20. Thoughtfulness 21. Unselfishness

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THE CHRISTIAN LEADER

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Christian leadership springs from d iscipleship, is rooted in character, centered in service, corporates in nature and must be powered and directed by the Holy Spirit. The qualities of character of a Christian leader.

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Above reproach (I Timothy 3:2) Someone whose immaculate life attracts people to Jesus. Just the sort of person that was chosen by the early church (Acts 6:3) people who were of good reputation and therefore trust worthy.

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2. Husband of one wife (I Timothy 3:2) Christian leadership is costly and no Christian who aspires to leadership can afford to heed worldly rather than Biblical attitudes to sex and sexual relationship.

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3. Temperate (I Timothy 3:2) Walking in the Light of God, rather than the darkness of men, gives a wholly different perspective on matters; which to the world are of vital importance. The Christian leader should be led and influenced by those things on which god places high priority.

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4. Prudent (I Timothy 3:2) Prudence is a key characteristics of maturity and is at a premium in all kinds of leadership. Prudence starts with a clear appreciation of one’s own worth, balanced by a healthy complete dependence on God.

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5. Respectable (I Timothy 3:2) Literally one whose behavior, life-style, appearance and attitudes command respect even from those who do not share his Christian commitment.

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6. Hospitable (I Timothy 3:2) A practical sphere in which the love of the leader is demonstrated sacrificially. It should be recognized that this is not limited to married couple; single Christians can demonstrate practical loving care in hospitality both to other singles and to couples.

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7. Able to Teach (I Timothy 3:2) Christian leader must invest time and energy in learning so that they can teach; learning is as much a heart activity as a head activity!

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8. Not Addicted to Wine (I Timothy 3:3) This is not a command to total abstinence but rather that nothing should have the sort of hold on us that alcohol has for the drunkard; sports, hobbies, or work even, can demand and gradually achieve too high a place in our time and attention.

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9. Not self-willed (Titus I:7) To be self-willed is to be unsubmissive . Self-will leads to self-pleasing, vanity and pride.

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10. Not quick-tempered (Titus I:7) “The fruit of the Spirit is… long-temperedness” – people and situations that confront the Christian leader will frequently impose frustration. Only a Christ-like response will achieve a Christ-like outcome.

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11. Not pugnacious (Titus I:7) We are blessed, according to Jesus, when people maltreat us for His sake, so we have no need to respond aggressively. If we are tempted to be pugnacious for any other reason, it is an almost certain sign of sin in ourselves.

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12. Uncontentious (I Timothy 3:3) This is vital to corporate leadership. Some who are successful leaders in professions, where they always have the final say, revert to being quarrelsome when places in a team. No one has a monopoly of God’s knowledge and wisdom.

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13. Gentle (I Timothy 3:3) “Blessed are the gentle for they shall inherit the earth”, say Jesus. A leader is much more effective, even in a secular context, when he treats his subordinates gentle rather than harshly. Gentleness inspires affection, commitment to be held.

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14. Free from the love of Money (Timothy 3:3) When money, possessions, public recognition and the likes tie us to our life on earth, we have disqualified ourselves from leadership of God’s people. If anything tempts us to say “Come back Lord Jesus, but not just yet”, we should beware.

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15. One who manages his own household well (Timothy 3:3) Christian leadership, like charity, begins at home. If one is ineffective as a leader in the context of home and family, how can one expect to lead God’s people?

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PREPARED BY: MARICEL BONZATO BEED-1 PRESENTED TO: MR. RONNIE DESALISA NSTP INSTRUCTOR

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