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Jan Joseph Dida

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Transcript of Lead

A walkthrough
On Leadership
Leadership Defined
It is an art
It is a Process
There are no hard and fast rules!
Employs, creativity, flexibility and analysis
is said to be an
or a
of influencing people so that they will
willingly and enthusiastically
achieve the
of the organization.
It is a Continuous and Dynamic Activity
The more we engage to
committed leadership
, the more we give ourselves the opportunity to grow and develop leaders
Types of Leader
Leadership Styles

vs. Functional
Nominal Leader
One's position in the student organization is merely for name's sake
Functional Leader
Focuses on HOW instead of WHO
Collective Leadership
Basic Principles in Effective Leadership
Collective Decision-making and tasking of work
Unity in all aspects
Maximum Participation and Teamwork
Division of work, initiatives and personal responsibilities must be observed during implementation
Trust on the Strength and Capabilities of your members
Beware of your Blind spots
What Makes a Good Leader?
Leadership Requires

Has a sense of teamwork
Strength in making decisions and Confidence
Be a Good Example
Being Responsible
Quick Thinking
The Student and the Student Leader
a person formally engaged in
, especially one enrolled in a school or college;

any person who
, or examines thoughtfully (dictionary.com)
The Student Leader
Students, regardless of their role, strive to create positive change in their communities. (Washington University)

Whether in a formal position or not, nurtures abilities in themselves and others in order to make an ethical and socially just impact on campus or in the larger community. (Portland State University)
Need for Student Leaders
Students need to learn Leadership Skills

Leadership skills is one of the main factors in hiring new graduates

Character and Attitude Development

The Leadership outcomes are benefits beyond self and a contribution to Society
A Student Leader...
Leading is Serving
Has Confidence in his/her own capacity

Interest of the Organization above personal interests

Strives to relate well with all the members

Trains other members who have the potential to lead

Accepts criticisms and rectify errors
Lead himself/herself first
A Student Leader must...
Character, Discipline and Personal Organizational Skills
Develop his/her influence with others
Move people in certain direction through mission and goals
Keep People informed and focused
Get others Involved
"Youth organizations are
important forums
for developing
skills necessary for effective participation in society, promoting
tolerance and increased cooperation and exchanges
between youth organizations."

- 2010 U.N. Economic and Social Affairs World Programme of Action for Youth
"The State recognizes the vital role of the
and shall promote and protect their physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual, and social well-being. It shall inculcate in the youth patriotism and nationalism, and encourage their involvement in public and civic affairs."
- Section 13, Article II of the 1987 Philippine Constitution
"(d)Mobilization of youth's abilities, talents and skills and redirecting their creativity, inventive genius and wellspring of enthusiasm and hope for the freedom of our people from fear, hunger and injustice."
- Section 2 of R.A. 8044 "Youth in Nation-Building Act"
Defined by a single, supreme leader who "rules" over all

Leader's main responsibility is to direct and command members of group


Leader presents ideas and invites questions

Training one "heir apparent"
Autocratic Style
Group-Centered Style
Functions collectively each contributing a specific skill

Many styles of leadership


Leader presents problems, get suggestions and make decisions

Recruiting New Members
Leadership is not Management
Scientific Analysis
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