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LEADERSHIP!

Nowadays, engineering students believe the common formula for success is study hard, get good grades, then get a good job. This talk inspires students to realize why students should care about Leadership not only in their careers but their lives.
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Jonathan Chew

on 22 September 2016

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Transcript of LEADERSHIP!

We are already leaders.
Advise, Supervise, Devise, Revise, Improvise
Power, Presence, Warmth
The Greats, they are people too
We choose to do things not because they are easy, but because they are hard. ~JFK
VISE
Case Studies
Charisma and Followers
Walt Disney

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Steve Jobs

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$5.10
Saturday, November 14, 2015
Vol MXVIII, No. 42
The 5 Senses
What are the Characteristics???
Practice it everyday.
Be
Aware.
Choose.
We are all leaders.
We are all followers.
We are all saints in the making.
We are all
Works In Progress
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We are all people.
We all have heads.
We are all apprenticies of our trade.
We are all padawans.

What's your story?
Live a life of Intention.
Live a life of Significance.
What do you care about?
Why do you get up in the morning?
(and what to do about it)
Why you should care:

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LEADERSHIP!
Why you should care (and what to do about it)
What is the definition?
The Future: The set of all moments yet to come. It will be a time when the world looks different from today.
people to believe what you believe
Listen =
if more of us could 'ENLIST' the art of remaining 'SILENT' in order to 'LISTEN' we would all be able to learn much better
http://www.modgility.com/lessons-in-leadership/
Authority
Delegation
Opinionated
serve others first - time, talent, treasure - risk
people show up for themselves
Elon Musk

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Richard Branson

V = bring hip to many different industries

I = walks around and greets everyone

S = humanitarian initiatives

E = let's employees have fun and freedom
Winston Churchill

V = a protected country
I = speeches, writngs
S = prime minister
E = the troops
Martin Luther King, Jr.

V = i have a dream...
I = speeches, sermons
S = assasinated
E = the march at selma
Experienced
Creative
Enthusiastic
Awareness
Decisive
Empathetic
Focused
Disciplined
Respectful
Responsible
Optimistic
Courageous
Kind
Proactive
Resourceful
Integrity
Passionate
Humility
Moxie
WHAT?
HOW?
WHY?
Leadership Styles:
- Authoritarian
- Paternalistic
- Democratic
- Laissez-faire
- Transactional
- Transformational
Mufasa

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Mother Teresa

V = everybody is equal
I = actions
S = devoted life to "untouchables"
E = started a movement
Taylor Swift
V = share common human experience through song
I = lyrics
S = on the road
E = swifties rule the world
They make the decisions.
Our world is the way it is because of leaders.
Because you live on this planet, we ALL live on this planet. You are alive, you have a brain.
Notes:
It's really hard to be a leader.

Simon Sinek on Leaders:
They do the hard things.
They have followers who believe what they believe.

Steve Jobs on Management of People:
They gotta love it, have passion
Leaders should e Good talent scouts to develop teams of great people and know how to size people up quickly.

Sources:
John Maxwell
Tony Robbins
Simon Sinek
Deepak Chopra
Seth Godin

Incentives for People:
-- Payment - not what they want
-- They want to feel Safe, treated like human beings, given responsibility, opportunity, feel valued, valuable, time, help them grow.

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The computer is a bicyle for the mind.
The leader simply embraced his followers as equals.
The first follower turned the lone nut into a leader.
do good wherever you go and not know about it
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Stacey Ferreira
was the co-founder of MySocialCloud, an online password storage and management solution, that received $1.2M in funding from Sir Richard Branson, Jerry Murdock, and Alex Welch and was acquired by Reputation.com in 2013.
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Animation can tell great stories
Through Television & Films
Snow White
His Studio
Post PC Mobile Device World
Think Different.
launch of mac caused firing from apple
App Store
Interplanetary Space Travel, Sustainable Energy, Internet Banking
hires the young and bright
all money from paypal went into SpaceX
employees sold teslas to save from bankruptcy
the circle of life
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jumped into a herd of stampeding wildebeasts to save his son
respectful of all the creatures, and they all had their role
knew who he was
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Paige McKenzie
who started her own YouTube channel at the age of 16 that now has more than 55 million views.
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Jack Andraka
who created an early detection Pancreatic cancer test at age 14 have joined forces to show the world that age is just a number.
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Jared Kleinert
was previously an early team member at enterprise software start-up 15Five, as well as edtech start-up Learnist, and successfully started (and spectacularly failed) two start-ups of his own at 15 and 16 years old.
Followers are just as important.
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