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1 Leadership Study 1 Leadership Basics

2 The Leader Habits and Character Potential The Leader & Prayer
The Leader & Opposition The Leader & Personal Attacks The Leader & Renewal The Leader & Endurance Character Potential Trustworthy Visionary Courage (Take risks) Depend on God Commitment Self-Control Be humble at heart First be a Follower Model what you expect

3 What the Leader Does  Course of Action  Defining Success
 The Leader & Organization  The Leader & The Work  The Leader & Opposition from Within Skills Vision Values / Decisions Team Building Forge Unity Change Masters Give away Honor Be a servant Share Responsibility & Authority

4 Leadership Everything rises and falls on leadership
Management is the process of assuring that the program and objectives of the organization are implemented Leadership has to do with casting vision and motivating people

5 How the leader influences and leads
1. Position / Rights  Gained by appointment 2. Permission / Relationships  Learn to build solid, lasting relationships 3. Production / Results  Focus on accomplishing a purpose 4. People Development / Reproduction  Empower and mentor others to do the work 5. Personhood / Respect

6 What the leader does & How they do it
Acts 1: The Called Leader [98%] They have a clear sense of being called into ministry by God Acts 2: The Contributing Leader [22%] They take time to do the basics of ministry (preaching, teaching & prayer) well Acts 3: The Outwardly-Focused Leader [14%] Consistently & persistently move the church to look beyond itself

7 What the leader does & How they do it
Acts 4: The Passionate Leader [6%] They have an obvious passion for their ministries that is contagious Acts 5: The Bold Leader [3%] They are willing to take incredible steps of faith and make the tough calls that few others will Acts 6/7: The Legacy Leader [>1%] Seek to equip others for the work of ministry while deflecting recognition from themselves

8 Acts 6/7: The Legacy Leader
Fierce Biblical Faithfulness Tenure Confident Humility Acceptance of Responsibility Unconditional Love Of the People Persistence Outwardly-Focused Vision A Desire for a Lasting Legacy

9 Priorities The 20/80 Principle – 20% of your priorities will give you 80% of your results High Importance / High Urgency – Can stress you out High Importance / Low Urgency – Try to live here Low Importance / High Urgency – These can overwhelm me Low Importance / Low Urgency – Get out of if possible

10 Priorities High Importance / High Urgency – Tackle these projects first High Importance / Low Urgency – Set deadlines for completion and get these projects worked into your daily routine Low Importance / High Urgency – Find quick, efficient ways to get this work done without much personal involvement Low Importance / Low Urgency – This is busy or repetitious work such as filing. Stack it up & do it in half hour segments

11 Priorities 1) GOD A) RELATIONSHIP (Prayer & Bible Study)
B) PERSONAL CHARACTER (Living Godly) C) HONOR (Worship, Giving [Spirit, Financially, Time, Effort])

12 Priorities 2) OTHERS A) FAMILY 1) Spouse 2) Children 3) Parents
4) Extended Family (Siblings, Uncles, Aunts, Cousins, Grandparents, In-Laws)

13 Priorities B) DISCIPLES (Fellowship, Discipling Relationships, Church Activities) C) LOST Outreach (Restorations, Studies, Evangelism) Helping the Poor (Serving the needy, Giving money, time and effort)

14 Priorities 3) YOURSELF A) WORK (Job, Occupation)
B) PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT (Mental [School work], Physical [Fitness], Gifts & Talents) C) PERSONAL INTERESTS (Recreation)

15 Integrity The state of being completely unified, when your words and deeds match up It allows us to predetermine what we will be regardless of circumstances, persons involved, or the places of our testing

16 Integrity Integrity builds trust Integrity has high influence value
Integrity facilitates high standards

17 Higher Standard Leader Member Visitor

18 Integrity Integrity results in a solid reputation, not just image
Integrity means living it myself before leading others Integrity helps a leader be credible, not just clever Integrity is a hard-won achievement

19 Creating Positive Change
 Change the leader, change the organization. Trouble spots Has personal problems Passes the buck Is not organized Flies into rages Will not take a risk Stays inflexible Has no team spirit Fights change Lacks imagination Has a poor understanding of people Is insecure and defensive Feels secure and satisfied

20 Creating Positive Change
People change when they hurt enough they have to change; learn enough they want to change; receive enough they are able to change. Look for these signs The wrong decision at the wrong time = disaster The wrong decision at the right time = mistake The right decision at the wrong time = not accepted The right decision at the right time = success

21 Attitude Our attitude determines our approach to life
Our attitude determines our relationships with people Often our attitude is the only difference between success and failure Our attitude at the beginning of a task will affect its outcome more than anything else Our attitude can turn our problems into blessings Our attitude can give us an uncommonly positive perspective Our attitude is not automatically good just because we are Christians

22 People Value of People – Attitude Commitment to people – Time
Integrity with People – Character Standard for People – Vision Influence over People – Leadership

23 People  Successful people-developers
1) Make the right assumptions about people 2) Ask the right questions about people 3) Give the right assistance to people Assumptions

24 Assumptions People like to feel special, so sincerely compliment them
People want a better tomorrow, so show them hope People desire direction, so navigate for them People are selfish, so speak to their needs first People get low emotionally, so encourage them People want success, so help them win

25 Vision All effective leaders have a vision of what they must accomplish All great leaders posses two things: They know where they are going, and they are able to persuade others to follow Followers find the leader and then the vision. Leaders find the vision and then the people

26 Vision  Successful leaders see on three levels
Level 1 Perception – seeing what is now with the eyes of reality – Follower Level 2 Probability – seeing what will be with the eyes of discernment – Forecaster Level 3 Possibility – seeing what can be with the eyes of vision – Futurist A leader lives on level 3, leads on level 2 and listens on level 1

27 Self-Discipline Start with yourself Start early Start small Start now
Organize your life


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