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HUMAN RELATIONS AND

LEADERSHIP

Reporter: Juleah Mara A. Borillo


HUMAN RELATIONS
Good human relations is
getting along well with other
people. One must possess
important divine values as well
as socially accepted human
values to enable him to live
well with others.
TEN COMMANDMENTS OF HUMAN
RELATIONS:
1. Speak graciously to people
2. Smile at people.
3. Call people by first name.
4. Be friendly and helpful.
5. Be cordial.
6. Be genuinely interested in people.
7. Be generous with praise.
8. Be considerate of the feelings of others.
9. Be thoughtful of the opinion of others.
10. Be alert to give service.
THE FOLLOWING ARE SUGGESTED TO
MAINTAIN GOOD HUMAN RELATIONS:

 Give compliments and praises freely.


 Be fair always.

 Keep secrets.

 Criticize or argue tactfully.

 Admit your mistakes.

 Recognize the merits of other’s opinions.

 Be grateful always.

 Give credit to whom credit is due.

 Be honest

 Maintain a moderate level of humility.


 Be kind, generous and helpful
 Be friendly.

 Be dependable, responsible and keep promises.

 Be punctual.

 Be resourceful, hardworking and frugal.

 Be cooperative in group undertakings.

 Be firm with your reasoned convictions.

 Shun vices.

 Respect the convictions, beliefs and practices of


others.
 Maintain a decent and socially approved love life.

 Be a good, law abiding citizen.


LEADERSHIP
According to Lardizabal, a
leader is a person who
influences the group to follow
the course of action he
advocates. Hence, leadership is
the act of influencing a group to
follow a course of action.
QUALITIES OF A LEADER
According to Kagan and Havemann:
 Persistence, dependability, self-confidence,
popularity, good speech, and participation in
the activities of the group.
According to Ruch:
 Physically healthy, greatly energized, easily
predictable, aloof from the masses, not too far
above the crowd, knowledgeable on human
motives and consistent in unifying his
followers.
LEADERSHIP FOUNDATION DEFINES
LEADERSHIP
L- Leadership is loyalty to God, country and people.
E- It is enthusiasm, energy to help and serve others.
A- It is action, accomplishment, achievement
D- It is dedication, discipline, dignity, dependability,
devotion to duty, daring, determination, decisiveness
for the general welfare.
E- It is excellence, exemplary work for others to follow
and emulate.
R- It is reliability, responsibility, respect for the law
and the rights of others, reconciliation for peace and
unity, fairness in rewarding.
S- It is sincerity, service, self-sacrifice, social
justice to make life better for mankind, self-
confidence, oral proficiency.
H- It is Humility, honesty, honor, helpfulness,
hard work
I- It is integrity, interest, initiative, idealism
P- It is patience, perseverance, beyond
partisanship, religion or creed, love for peace,
progress and prosperity for mankind and
predictability.
KINDS OR TYPES OF LEADERS
1. According to Status
a) Formal Leader

b) Informal or contributing leader

2. According to Managerial Grid


a) Autocrat

b) Missionary

c) Compromiser

d) Deserter

e) Executive
3. According to Manner of Participation
a) Autocratic

b) Participatory

c) Free rein

4. According to Democratic Practices


a) Authoritarian

b) Democratic
METHODS A LEADER MAY USE IN
DECISION MAKING
a) Telling- the leader makes the decision without
consulting the group.
b) Selling- the leader makes the decision and
convinces the group to accept the decision.
c) Testing- the leader and his members test the
proposals to see which is the best and most
relevant.
d) Consulting- the leader presents the problem w/
information then asks the members. He then
selects the best proposal.
e) Joining- the leader joins and participates in the
discussion and agrees with the members.
GENERAL FUNCTIONS OF A
LEADER
A. Planning- making plans for the activities of the
organizations.
B. Organizing- putting up the structure of the
organization.
C. Staffing- assigning personnel to the different
positions.
D. Directing- guiding the activities of the
organization.
E. Coordinating- systematizing the activities of the
group.
F. Budgeting- estimating the income and expenses
of the organization.