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									     Leadership is Everyone’s
            Business


“No institution can possibly survive if it needs
geniuses or supermen to manage it. It must be
organized in such a way as to be able to get
along under a leadership composed of average
human beings.”
                                    ~ Peter Drucker
    The Objectives of This Class

Define leadership.
Share some facts.

Look at relationship between
 Leaders and followers.
Explore a leadership model.

Focus on Authentic Leadership.
             Leaders vs. Managers
Managers                 Leaders
 Administer              Innovate
 Maintain                Develop
 Control                 Inspire
 Short-term view         Long-term view
 Ask “How” and “When”    Ask “Why” and “What”
 Imitate                 Originate
 Accept status quo       Challenge the status
                           quo
   Do things right       Do the right things
        Why is Leadership Important?

 For   crisis situations

 For   organizational performance

 For   employee job satisfaction

 For   successful management
 Question
    What
     is
LEADERSHIP?
       Answer
        Leadership
is the influencing process
 of leaders and followers
   to achieve objectives
      through action.
Key Elements of Leadership

                    Influence


Relationships      Leadership     Organizational
                                   Objectives


          Change                People
   The Interactional Framework for
        Analyzing Leadership




Figure 2-1
             Leader!




Figure 2-1
Universal Positive Leadership Traits

    Trustworthy              Confidence Builder
    Just                     Motivational
    Honest                   Dependable
    Foresighted              Coordinator
    Plans Ahead              Intelligent
    Encouraging              Decisive
    Informed                 Effective Bargainer
    Excellence Oriented      Win-win problem solver
    Positive                 Administratively skilled
    Dynamic                  Communicative
    Motive arouser           Team Builder
  A Leader Brings…

                   Skills/
                Competencies


          Knowledge       Experience


                Personality/      Values
Intelligence                      Motives
                  Traits
                                  Goals
    SO…
WHO ARE YOU?
  In which box
     is your
    strength?
     Followers – just a little




Figure 2-1
        Focus on Followers
“The task of the leader is to get his people from
  where they are to where they have not been.” ~
  Henry Kissenger

             Performance
              Satisfaction
               Motivation
            Groups & Teams
                       Followership


  You cannot be a leader, and ask
  other people to follow you, unless
     you know how to follow, too.

Sam Rayburn
Speaker of the House
1961
    Do We Have a Clear Picture?
 Leaders  usually contribute < 20%
 We are in constant Back and Forth

 More time following – 70-90% of our
  lives
 Most discussion center on leadership
  rather than 80-90% doing the work.
    Leadership is an influence
    relationship among leaders
   and followers who intend real
     changes that reflect their
          shared purposes.

Rost
         Definition of Followership

   The willingness to cooperate in
         working towards the
    accomplishment of the group
    mission, to demonstrate a high
   degree of teamwork and to build
     cohesion among the group.

Kelley
           Complimentary

Leaders  and followers share a
 common purpose
There is a shared sense of power
 between the two
Mutual engagement

Seamless relationship
            Sheep
Passive/Uncritical

Do Not Play An Active Role
Simply Comply With Any
 Order Given
          Yes People

Active Followers
Readily Carry Out Orders

Always Says What He Thinks
 the Leader Wants to Hear
          Survivors
Right in the Middle
Rarely Committed to Work
 Group
Don’t Make Waves

Mediocre Performers Clogging
 the Arteries of an Organization
     Alienated Followers
Passive/Critical

Festering  Wounds in an
 Organization
Criticize At Will, But Never
 Offer Constructive Support
       Effective Followers
Active/Critical

The Ideal Follower
Reflect on Organization Goals

Not Hesitant to Bring
 Concerns to Leader
What Followers Want
    Be predictable
    Be understanding

    Be enthusiastic

    Set the example

    Show support

    Get out of the office

    Keep promises

    Praise generously

    Hold your fire

    Always be fair
    The Leadership Challenge


Kouzes   and Posner
 Leadership  is a Process
 When the Situation Calls For It –
  Be Ready
 Leading Others in Times of
  Uncertainty
    The Leadership Challenge
  FIVE EASY STEPS
1. Model the Way

2. Inspire a Shared Vision

3. Enable Others to Act

4. Challenge the Process

5. Encourage the Heart
    The Leadership Challenge
   Conclusion
            Leadership
                Is
            Everyone’s
             Business
    Authentic Leadership
          Undertitled
                

Your title doesn’t reflect all you
   do or all you accomplish
                

  SUPREME COMMANDER
  Authentic Leadership
    We can be a leader
             

Leadership is shown through
  our everyday activities and
the way we influence the lives
      of those around us!
   Authentic Leadership
         QUALITIES
  Active with purpose rather
  than getting bogged down by
        mindless activity
 Caring about and listening to
              others
  Authentic Leadership
          QUALITIES
     Looking for ways to
 ENCOURAGE the contributions
and development of others rather
than focusing solely on personal
          achievements
     Creating a legacy of
accomplishment and contribution
      in everything they do
Authentic Leadership
    DEFINITION
Leadership is a Positive
       Influence
           

     MOTIVATOR
      Passion
     Authentic Leadership
       Measure of a Leader
  Do you shape your life and career?
  Do you inspire or influence others?

 Do you work to achieve specific goals
  by working with or coordinating efforts
                of others?
Leadership Is Yours!

     Make
      the
    Choice!

								
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