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  1. Excerpts from John C. Maxwell’sLeadership 101 Prepared forAIDS Delaware’s and NAESM’s A Day of Healing Presented byHarold D. Philpot, CBA Coordinator Saturday, November 9, 2002 Rudolph H. Carn, Executive Director, CEOwww.naesmonline.org

  2. About NAESM • HIV Prevention Community Based Organization • Headquarters in Atlanta, GA • 12 year history of successes in communities of color • Founded by Rudolph Carn, Mae Reed, and the late Edna M. Brown

  3. NAESM’s Mission The mission of NAESM is to educate communities of color (primarily African Americans) on the facts about HIV/AIDS (Education/Prevention) and to make health care and social services available to people of color with advanced stages of HIV/AIDS regardless of their sexual orientation.

  4. More about NAESM • HIV/AIDS Education & Awareness • Capacity Building Assistance • Outreach and Safer Sex Workshops • HIV Testing & Preventive Case Management • Peer Counseling • Transitional Housing for HIV+ Men

  5. More about NAESM • Emergency Financial Assistance • Psychosocial Support • Utility and Transportation Assistance • Clothing Closet • Food Pantry

  6. Workshop Objectives The workshop will develop and increase you ability to: • Follow your vision and bring others with you • Grow the loyalty of your followers • Make continual investments in the quality of your leadership • Determine your leadership “lid” • Use self-discipline to improve your character – and your results

  7. Why Grow as aLeader? The higher the leadership, the greater the effectiveness. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  8. Success without Leadership Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  9. Success with Leadership Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  10. Leadership Lid Leadership ability is the lid that determines a person’s level of effectiveness. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  11. How Can I Grow As A Leader? Leadership develops daily, not in a day. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  12. 4 Phases of Leadership Growth • I don’t know what I don’t know. • I know what I don’t know. • I grow and know and it starts to show. • I simply go because of what I know. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  13. How Can I Grow As A Leader? Successful leaders are learners.And the learning process is ongoing, a result of self-discipline and perseverance. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  14. Why is Influence Important? The true measure of leadership is influence – nothing more, nothing less. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  15. Why is Influence Important? True leadership cannot be awarded, appointed, or assigned. It comes only from influence. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  16. 5 Myths About Leadership • The Management Myth • The Entrepreneur Myth • The Knowledge Myth • The Pioneer Myth • The Position Myth Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  17. Leadership without Leverage Followers in volunteer groups or organizations cannot be forced to get on board. If the leader has no influence with them, then they will not follow. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  18. How does Influence Work? Real leadership is being the person others will gladly and confidently follow. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  19. 5 “P”s of Leadership: • Level 1: Position – People Follow Because They Have To • Level 2: Permission – People Follow Because They Want To • Level 3: Production – People Follow Because of What You Have Done for the Organization • Level 4: People Development – People Follow Because of What You Have Done for Them • Level 5: Personhood – People Follow Because of Who You Are and What You’ve Done Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  20. Positional Leaders Characteristics • Security is based on title, not talent. • This level is often gained by appointment. • People will not follow a positional leader beyond his/her stated authority. • Positional leaders have more difficulty working with volunteers, white collar workers, and younger people. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  21. Positional Leader Requirements • Know your job description thoroughly. • Be aware of the history of the group. • Accept Responsibility. • Consistent Excellence. • Do more than expected. • Offer creative ideas for change or improvement. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  22. Permission Leader Requirements • Possess a genuine love for people • Make those who work with you more successful • See through other people’s eyes • Love people more than procedures • Do “win-win” or don’t do it • Include others in the journey • Deal wisely with difficult people Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  23. Production Leader Requirements • Initiate and accept responsibility for growth • Develop and follow a statement of purpose • Make your job description and energy an integral part of the statement of purpose • Develop accountability for results, beginning with yourself • Make the difficult decisions that will make a difference Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  24. People Development Leader Tips • Walk slowly through the crowd • Develop key leaders Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  25. People Development Leader Requirements • Realize that people areyour most valuable asset • Place a high priority ondeveloping people • Be a model for others to follow • Pour your leadership efforts into the top 20 percent of your people • Expose leaders to growth opportunities • Surround yourself with an inner core that complements your leadership Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  26. Personhood Leader Characteristics • Your followers are loyal and sacrificial • You have spent years mentoring and molding leaders • You have become a statesman/ stateswoman or consultant, and are sought by others • Your greatest joy comes from watching others grow and develop • You transcend the organization Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  27. Climbing the Steps of Leadership • The Higher You Go, the Longer it Takes • The Higher You Go, the Higher the Level of Commitment • The Higher You Go, the Easier it is to Lead • The Higher You Go, the Greater the Growth • The Higher You Go, the Greater the Fall… if power is abused. • You Never Leave the Base Level Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  28. Climbing the Steps of Leadership (cont’d) • If You Are Leading A Group, You Will Not Be on the Same Level with Everyone • For Your Leadership to Remain Effective, it is Essential that you Take the other Influencers Within the Group with You to the Higher Levels • You Must Know What Level You Are On At This Moment Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  29. How Can I Become Disciplined? The person you lead is you. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  30. How Can I Become Disciplined? No matter how gifted a leader is, his gifts will never reach their maximum potential without the application of discipline. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  31. A Disciplined Direction • Challenge Your Excuses • Remove Rewards Until the Job is Done • Stay Focused on Results Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  32. A Disciplined Direction If you know you have talent, and you’ve seen a lot of motion but little concrete results – you may lack self-discipline. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  33. How Should I Prioritize My Life? The discipline to prioritize and the ability to work toward a stated goal are essential to a leader’s success. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  34. The Pareto Principle • Also called the 20/80 Principle. • 20% of your priorities will give you 80% of your production, if you spend your time, energy, money, and personnel on the top 20% of your priorities. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  35. Strategy to Increase Productivity • Determine which people are the top 20% producers. • Spend 80% of your “people time” with the top 20%. • Spend 80% of your personnel development $ on top 20% producers. • Determine what 20% of the work gives 80% return and train an assistant to the 80% less effective work. • Ask the top 20% to train the next 20%. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  36. Organize or Agonize A life in which anything goes will ultimately be a life in which nothing goes. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  37. Prioritize Tasks • High Importance/High Urgency • High Importance/Low Urgency • Low Importance/Low Urgency • Low Importance/Low Urgency Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  38. Priority Principles • Priorities never “Stay Put” • You cannot overestimate the unimportance of everything • The good is the enemy of the best • Too many priorities paralyze us • When too little priorities demand too much of us, big problems arise • Too often we learn too late what is important Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  39. How should I prioritize my life? Efficiency is the foundation for survival. Effectiveness is the foundation for success. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  40. How do I Develop Trust? Trust is the foundation of leadership. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  41. Character Communicates • Character Communicates Consistency • Character Communicates Potential • Character Communicates Respect Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  42. How Can I Extend My Influence? The act of empowering others changes lives. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  43. Qualifications of an Empowerer • Position: You cannot empower people whom you don’t lead. • Relationship: Relationships are forged, not formed: they require time and common experience. • Respect: Relationships cause people to want to be with you, but respect causes them to want to be empowered by you. • Commitment: The process of empowering isn’t always easy; it’s a road that has many bumps and sidetracks. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  44. Empowering People under the influence of an empowering person are like paper in the hands of a talented artist. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  45. How to Empower others to Their Potential • Evaluate • Model • Give Permission to Succeed • Transfer Authority • Publicly Show Your Confidence • Supply Feedback • Release Them to Continue on Their Own Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  46. How Can I Make My Leadership Last? A leader’s lasting value is measured by succession. Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  47. Leaders Who Leave A Legacy of Succession… • Lead with a “Long View” • Create a Leadership Culture • Pay the Price Today to Assure Success Tomorrow • Value Team Leadership Above Individual Leadership • Walk Away with Integrity Source: John C. Maxwell's Leadership 101

  48. Q & A

  49. NAESM’s Website www.naesmonline.org

  50. Contacting Us National AIDS Education & Services for Minorities, Inc. CBA Program 2001 Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. Suite 602 Atlanta, GA 30310 Tel: (404) 753-2900 Toll-free Tel: (877) 974-2376 Fax: (404) 752-9610 www.naesmonline.org