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Leadership

Leadership the process of Leading

Leadership is a quality of a person with the ability to communicate,


inspire, motivate and influence human behavior so as to accomplish a
mission designated by the leader.

LEADERS
Leader is a person who influences the behavior of other people and
enables them to work together efficiently and effectively to achieve a
common goal.

Two Types of Leader :

1. Formal-leadership recognized formally in an organization.

2. Informal-leadership recognized by relationship like group of


friends.
Behavior and Style
BEHAVIOR STYLE

More talk, less action


POLITICIAN High supportive, low
(COUNTRY CLUB) High relationship, low task. directive.

Less talk, less action


OK MAN Low supportive, low directive
(IMPOVERISHED) Low relationship, low
action

More talk, more action


LEADER High supportive, high
(TEAM LEADER) High relationship, high directive
task

Less talk, more action


SLAVE DRIVER High directive, low supportive
(AUTHORITARIAN) Low relationship, high task
Qualities of an effective leader:
• Leading by example

• Self-awareness

• Coaching and counseling

• Mentoring

• Delegating

• Proactive / Initiative-driven.

• Charismatic inspiration

• Results-orientation
TWO MAJOR SKILLS OF AN EFFECTIVE LEADER

Motivation is the reason for an action and gives purpose and


direction to one’s behavior.

Motivation is “WHAT drives you” to behave in a certain way or to


take a particular action. It is your “WHY”.

UNDERSTANDING THE HUMAN NEEDS:

SELF
ACTUALIZA
TION
SELF-ESTEEM: NEED TO BE
RECOGNIZED.

SOCIAL NEEDS: SENSE OF BELONGING

SAFETY NEEDS:
FREE FROM UNCERTAINTY, FREE FROM HARM

PHYSIOLOGY NEEDS: THE BASIC NEEDS


FOODS, WATER, SHELTER.

MASLOW’S Hierarchy Of Needs Theory


MASLOW’S Hierarchy Of Needs Theory

Self Actualization: “THE ULTIMATE NEED”

Need to realize one’s potential as a person.

Self Esteem:

Need to be recognized

Social Needs:

Sense of belonging.

Safety Needs:

Free from uncertainty, free from harm.

Physiological Needs: THE BASIC NEEDS

Basic human needs like food, water & shelter.


Kind of people we will enhance their motivation

DEVELOPMENTAL APPROPRIATE
LEVEL LEADERSHIP
STYLE

ENTHUSIASTIC BEGINNER Low competence, high Directing, Structure,


Social Man: Primary motivation is commitment. Control, Supervision.
social acceptance.

DISILLUSIONED LEARNER Some competence, low Coaching, directing


Rational Economic Man: Primary commitment. and support.
motivation is material and economic
gain.

RELUCTANT CONTRIBUTOR High competence, Supporting, praise,


Rational Economic Man variable commitment listen and facilitate.

PEAK PERFORMER High competence, high Delegating, turn-over


Self Actualization, primary commitment some responsibilities
motivation is recognition for a job and operational
well done. decision-making.
Seven Rules of Motivation
#1 Set a major goal, but follows a path.

#2 Finish what you start.

#3 Socialize with others of similar interest.

#4 Learn how to learn.

#5 Harmonize natural talent with interest that motivates.

#6 Increase knowledge of subjects that inspires..

#7 Take risk.
Communication is a process in human relation of passing
information between two or more people where both can
understand exactly what they mean to be. It aims to change
behavior.

MESSAGE

RECIPIENT

COMMUNICATION CYCLE

SENDER

FEEDBACK
TO ACHIEVE GOOD COMMUNICATION
• DON’T ASSUME. IT IS IMPORTANT TO ASK “WHY.”

• KNOW THE RIGHT QUESTION.

• LISTEN CAREFULLY TO FEEDBACK.

• WATCH OUT FOR BODY LANGUAGE.

• CREATE AN ENVIRONMENT BASE ON TRUTHFULNESS


AND FRANKNESS.
TEAMWORK: The Final Goal

Teamwork is an activity of number of people gather together


committed to work together in the interest of a common goal or a
specific objective.

Purpose of a Team
• To be a pro-active and productive.

• To accomplish bigger Goal.

• To perform, get results and achieve victory in the workplace


and marketplace.

10 FACTORS OF AN EFFECTIVE TEAM

• Understandings
• Ownership
• Creativity and Contribution
• Mutual Trust and Respect
• Common Understandings
• Personal Development
• Conflict Resolution
• Participative Decision Making
• Clear Leadership
• Commitment
THE SINGLE KEY TO TEAM SUCCESS IS*:

SHARED VALUES 32%

MUTUAL TRUST 30%

INSPIRING VISION 22%

COMPLEMENTARY SKILLS 12%

REWARDS 5%
*(TEN3 GLOBAL OPINION POLLS)