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Great Leaders. From Where Do our Ideas about Leadership come?. Source of Ideas. From… being led and practical example reading and observing others formal instruction and training practical experience: trial and error. Admired Leader.
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Source of Ideas • From… • being led and practical example • reading and observing others • formal instruction and training • practical experience: trial and error
Admired Leader • What was the context in which the leader operated? • What was the leader’s general character?
Admired Leader • Which parts of his or her character would generally be seen as strengths, and which weaknesses? • In what ways did he or she display leadership?
What is leadership? • Who has it? • Are some people better leaders than others? • Are there people who will play a leading role regardless of the situation?
What is leadership? • Do you have a working definition of leadership? • A leader is someone who can…
Know Thyself 1 of 3 • Weaknesses are not a bad thing provided the leader knows them. • StrengthsThe leader has certain strengths. He/she should not take them for granted.
Know Thyself 2 of 3 • Image A leader projects an image. He/she should know what it is, and how to change it.
Know Thyself 3 of 3 • Types There are many types of successful leaders. Would-be leaders should learn from others, but not clone them.
Leadership concerns vision and inspiration. Good leaders in any setting have the ability to expand the notion of the group as to what it is possible for them to achieve.
Workshop Debriefing • What have I learned about my understanding of leadership-up to now? • What does a leader need to be able to do? • What have I learned about my own approach to leadership, that I intend to change?
Summary “Great Leaders are made not Born”