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Transcript of Leadership
This module is about identifying what types of persons make good leaders and what they do. A good leaders uses the right approach for the right situation.
What are the qualities of good leaders?
Leadership as a Function
"Greatness is not a function of circumstance.
Greatness, it turns out, is largely a matter of conscious choice."
- Jim Collins, Good to Great
In you groups, identify a leader the team admires the most. What were his/her significant contributions? What were the qualities that enabled him/her to become great?
As a team, agree on one person who represents leadership. Be ready to explain why.
By the end of the session participants should be able to:
Define leadership and identify the factors that constitute the concept
Demonstrate an understanding of Situation Leadership and identify individual leadership tendencies
Display the leadership principles through the learning activities
Introduction to Leadership
Situational Leadership Theory
Situational Leadership Activity
Leadership Activity 1
Leadership Activity 2
What do you expect from today?
Leadership is about
Leadership is about
, not a position
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Hersey-Blanchard Situational Leadership Theory
The Leadership Effectiveness and Adaptability Description (LEAD) Worksheet
On your own, answer the LEAD Worksheet.
Then, discuss your answers with your House. Come up with the House LEAD Worksheet
Score both sheets and compare your personal LEAD results with the House LEAD results. Prepare for a presentation.
You have 90 minutes to complete the task.
How is leading helpful in the overall process of supervising?
Helps management control and supervise the actions of the staff
Enables management to render assistance to the employees by guiding them in the right direction to achieve the company's goals and also accomplish their personal or career goals
Coaching and Feedback
Courage and Risk
Relationship and Power
Innovation and Change
Planning and Vision
The Hersey-Blanchard Situational Leadership Theory was created by Dr Paul Hersey, a professor and author of "The Situational Leader," and Ken Blanchard, author of the best selling "One-Minute Manager," among others.
The theory states that instead of using just one style, successful leaders should change their leadership styles based on the maturity of the people they're leading and the details of the task.
Situational Leadership® is a registered trademark of the Center for Leadership Studies.
Within each house, there will be a set of persons with limitations.
2 leaders who cannot use their hands
1 person is blindfolded
1-2 people can only use his left arm, and cannot speak
1-2 people can only use his right arm, and cannot speak
Leaders will follow the facilitator outside to be given instructions
Teams who complete task will be given 500 points, but teams who can exceed the requirements will be given an additional 300 points
What is innovation?
Your task is to build a Spaghetti Tower. Your objective is to build either the sturdiest, the tallest, or the most aesthetically pleasing free-standing tower. Each objective is worth 500 points.
You will be provided with 30 pieces of spaghetti, a bag of marshmallows, five lengths of string, a pair of scissors, and four sheets of paper.