Published on May 14, 2008
MAKE YOURSELF A LEADER
As for the best leaders, People do not notice Their existence The next best, the people honor And praise The next, the people fear And the next, the people hate When the best leader’s work is done The people say, “we did it ourselves” LAO-TSU
The six most important words: "I admit I made a mistake"
The five most important words: "You did a good job"
The four most important words: "What is your opinion"
The three most important words: "If you please."
The two most important words: "Thank you"
Prepared by. Virna Medina The one most important word: "We"
Prepared by. Virna Medina The least most important word: "I"
Prepared by. Virna Medina VOICE OF LEADERSHIP
VISION LEVEL OF PEOPLE Some people never see it WANDERERS Some people see it but never pursue it on their own FOLLOWERS Some people see it and pursue it ACHIEVERS Some people see it, pursue it, and help others see LEADERS
Until you have a clear target of what your team want to achieve, you can’t build the momentum you need to build a winning team Set The Goal of Your Team!
GOAL SETTING S M A R T Specific Measurable Attainable Reality based Time Framed
“ The only way that I can keep leading is to keep growing. The day I stop growing, somebody else takes the leadership baton. That’s the way it always is.” JOHN MAXWELL
The Fundamental Law of Define your goals Endure the hardships Action – Do it Now Build Habits by Repetition SELF DISCIPLINE
Define your goals
Endure the hardships
Action – Do it Now
Build Habits by Repetition
B-ALERT Creating Optimum Balance B Blue Print A Action L Learning E Exercise R Relaxing T Thinking
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Prepared by. Virna Medina Integrity & Character
FORMAL Skill & Abilities Appearance Formal Title or Rank Personality THE HIDDEN DEPTHS THE VISIBLE SURFACE INFORMAL (covert n private) Personal character Individual Vision, needs, passions, feelings Feelings of Trust & Confidence Individual Values Inner Peace Adversity Quotient & Spiritual Intelligence Leadership from the inside out
Skill & Abilities
Formal Title or Rank
(covert n private)
Individual Vision, needs, passions, feelings
Feelings of Trust & Confidence
Adversity Quotient & Spiritual Intelligence
“ There will be no friendship without TRUST and there is no trust without INTEGRITY ” SAMUEL JOHNSON
Character & Integrity Building Keep promises Consistency Commitment & Responsibility Words = Action Honesty & Openness Value Time Keep principles & values
Commitment & Responsibility
Words = Action
Honesty & Openness
Keep principles & values
Competency Character Courage Self-esteem Loyal Empathy Willing to sacrifice TRUST FACTORS COLLIN POWEL’S
Willing to sacrifice
“ The excellent companies are a vast network of informal & open communications” Tom Peters & Robert Waterman In Search of Excellence
COMMUNICATION PROCESS SENDER RECEIVER 1. Intent 2. Message 4. Understanding 3. Decode 5. Feedback
THE LAW OF COMMUNICATION Respect Empathy Audible Clarity Humble R E A C H
“ Seek first to understand then be understood to build the skills of empathetic listening that inspires openness and trust ” STEVEN COVEY
“ No matter how intelligent & talented you are. You can not do it by yourself alone” Harvey MacKay
“ The man who lives for himself is a failure; The man who lives for others has achieved true success” NORMAN VINCENT PEALE
“ The best technique in developing others is by nurturing people around you. Nurturing has the ability to transform people’s lives” JOHN MAXWELL
BELIEVE IN THEM ENCOURAGE THEM SHARE WITH THEM TRUST THEM
Grow trust Give vision & hope Value achievements Trust other’s potential Encourage them Show consistency Show openness Give our time Train & develop their potential Developing Others Around You
Give vision & hope
Trust other’s potential
Give our time
Train & develop their potential
Developing Leaders Around You Create a conducive climate Identify them Nurture them Equipped them Develop them (personality & character) Team building Coaching Reproducing generations of leaders
Create a conducive climate
Develop them (personality & character)
Reproducing generations of leaders
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