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Copy of leadership

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Rachel O Connor

on 19 February 2015

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Transcript of Copy of leadership

Leadership and the LEAD Award
Leadership Vs Management
good leadership always includes responsibility for managing:
The opposite is not always the case
Management is:

1. Implementing tactical actions
2 .Detailed budgeting
3. Measuring and reporting performance
4. Applying rules and policies
5. Implementing disciplinary rules
6. Organizing people and tasks within structures
7. Recruiting people for jobs
8. Checking and managing ethics and morals
9. Developing people
10. Problem-solving
11. Planning
12. Improving productivity and efficiency
13. Motivating and encouraging others
14. Delegating and training
Leadership is

1.Creating new visions and aims
2.Establishing organizational financial targets
3.Deciding what needs measuring and reporting
4.Making new rules and policies
5.Making disciplinary rules
6.Deciding structures, hierarchies and workgroups
7.Creating new job roles
8.Establishing ethical and moral positions
9.Developing the organization
12.Conceiving new opportunities
13.Inspiring and empowering others
14.Planning and organizing succession, and...

All management responsibilities, including all listed left, (which mostly and typically are delegated to others, ideally aiding motivation and people-development)
– Management is doing things right, Leadership is doing the right things
three terms together offer a useful structure by which to categorize and explore the wide range of theories within the subject. They are:

1. Leadership Models
2.Leadership Philosophies
3.Leadership Styles

These three categories are different ways of looking at leadership. We could say instead: different aspects of leadership.
Some theories of leadership

Some Reflection on personal leadership styles

Practice some leadership skills
Kouzes and Posner's top ten leadership traits
1. Honest
2. Forward-looking
4. Competent
5. Fair-minded
6. Supportive
7. Broad-minded
8. Intelligent
9. Straightforward

People with these sort of behaviours and attitudes tend to attract followers. Followers are naturally drawn to people who exhibit strength and can inspire belief in others. These qualities tend to produce a charismatic effect.
"People want Goals,
They want Targets,
and they want Rewards"
Coaching: The route to success
1. GOALS: Identify the leadership challenge
2. REVIEW: Talk to your partner about it
3. OPTIONS: What are the possible solutions
4. WAY FORWARD: What will you do now?
the G.R.O.W technique
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