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A leader is born...

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Anindita Singh

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Transcript of A leader is born...

one that takes the lead or sets an example.
Webster's says a leader is:
Model the way
What do you say it is?
Leadership is the ability of an individual to influence a group, or another individual, toward the achievement of goals and results.
Leadership:
N T status, power
or authority....
1) "Model" the way
2) Inspire a shared vision
3) Enable others to act
4) Challenge the process
5) "Encourage" the heart
When & where does it happen?
Clarify values & ideals
Set an example
Ethics
Encourage tolerance
Practice humility
Inspire a Shared Vision
Encourage the heart
Value People....
Empower individuals
Be affirming
Be interested
Model patience
Challenge the Process
Leadership Styles
To me
Exemplary Leaders would....
Conventional Definition:
"The difference between good and bad leaders is that the good love freedom, the bad slavery."
St. Ambrose
Leadership "Styles"
Transactional Leadership
Autocratic Leadership
Bureaucratic Leadership
Charismatic Leadership
Democratic/Participative Leadership
Laissez-Faire Leadership
Task-Oriented Leadership
People-Oriented/Relations-Oriented Leadership
Servant Leadership
Transformational Leadership
Characteristics of the "Servant" Leader
Listens actively
Healing
Awareness
Persuasion
Conceptualization
Foresight
Stewardship
Commitment to the growth of people
Building community
Blake-Mouton Leadership Theory:
Demonstrate Perspective
Develop Consistency
Communicate regularly
Listen attentively
Enable Others to Act
Ensure accountability
Put people in a position to succeed
Create availability
Monitor
Encourage innovation and creativity
Demonstrate Perspective
Challenge perceptions
Sustain behavior
STYLES & THEORIES
APPLICATION
IMPOVERISHED MANAGER
AUTHORITARIAN MANAGER
MIDDLE OF THE ROAD
COUNTRY CLUB
MANAGER
TEAM LEADER
Hersey Blanchard Model:
The leader has to match the leadership style according to the readiness of subordinates, which moves in stages and has a cycle.
Characteristics of the Transformational Leader
Four Elements:
Individualized Consideration
Intellectual Stimulation
Inspirational Motivation
Idealized Influence
Jesus summoned them and said to them, “You know that those who are recognized as rulers over the Gentiles lord it over them, and their great ones make their authority over them felt. But it shall not be so among you. Rather, whoever wishes to be great among you will be your servant; whoever wishes to be first among you will be the slave of all. For the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many.”
* They identify themselves as change agents
* They are courageous individuals who take a stand
* They believe in people
* They are value-driven
* They are life long learners
* They have the ability to deal with complexity, ambiguity and uncertainty
* They are visionaries
Behavioral Theory
Situational Theory
How is it different from Management?
Are leaders made or born?
Obstacles?
Who is a leader?
A LEADER IS BORN...
What
How
Issues affecting leadership?
HOW DO I APPLY THESE TO THE ROLE OF THE DIPLOMA PROGRAM COORDINATOR ?

1. Developing and
administering the budget
for the DP
2. Recruitment and Selection
of students
3. Communication with
teachers and Heads of
Departments
4. Communication with
Students
5. Creativity Action and
Service
6. Communication with
parents
7. Communication with
outside agencies
8. Extended Essays
9.Theory of Knowledge program
10. Examinations
11. After exams support
Department
12. Longitudinal concerns
13. Teaching staff
IB CHECKLIST FOR DP COORDINATOR
SOME STLYES WHICH ARE INTERESTING FOR SCHOOLS...
some theories which were interesting
• Multitude of responsibilities and required areas of influence: Checklist
• Responsibility of school to create a job-description /profile that
a) meets the needs of the Programme and
b) fits the context of the school
The IB does not provide an official or sample job
descriptions


What would I bring to this role?
familiarity and understanding of mission and vision of the school as founder member
growing knowledge and experience of all areas of IBDP program
Administrative and academic strategic planning experience as Subject Coordinator, Social Science
Experience of heading senior school in previous organization
EXPERIENCE
Creating a job description for the DPC
First steps...
Begin with the end in mind’ – connect with the
relevant IB documentation
• Strengthen the pedagogical leadership element
• Establish a management structure/organisational chart to enable effective communication
• Create access to appropriate committees and meetings.
CONTINUUM
Continue with existing policies and programs - continuity important at foundation stage of the school
Upgrade and consolidate
review and necessary changes
NEW IDEAS
Student and staff academic enrichment programs (SEP) with emphasis on critical thinking
Partnering schools in global awareness program
New focus and innovation in parent interaction
Anindita singh
HANDBOOK OF PROCEDURES FOR DIPLOMA PROGRAM 2013...A3.1
AS PER
THANK YOU !
HOW DO I APPLY THESE TO THE ROLE OF THE DIPLOMA PROGRAM COORDINATOR ?

1. Developing and
administering the budget
for the DP
2. Recruitment and Selection
of students
3. Communication with
teachers and Heads of
7. Communication with
outside agencies
8. Extended Essays
9. Examinations
10. After exams support
Department
4. Communication with
Students
5. Creativity Action and
Service
6. Communication with
parents
7. Communication with
outside agencies
8. Extended Essays
9. Examinations
10. After exams support
Department
11. Longitudinal concerns
12. Teaching staff
IB CHECKLIST FOR DP COORDINATOR
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