2 CEO Do it or else! FLW serve the CEO Vice Presidents Managers Old Paradigm (Paradigm: “a typical example or pattern of something; a model”)CEOFLW serve the CEODo it or else!Vice PresidentsManagersFront Line Workers
3 Do it or else! Teachers/Principal Executive Board Leadership Students Old Paradigm (Paradigm: “a typical example or pattern of something; a model”)Teachers/PrincipalDo it or else!Executive BoardLeadership StudentsStudents
4 Students Leadership Students Executive Board Teachers/Principal New Paradigm- Servant Leadership (Paradigm: “a typical example or pattern of something; a model”)StudentsLeadership StudentsDo it andI will help you!Executive BoardTeachers/Principal
5 Servant Leadership is not Slave Leadership! Do what people need; not what they want.
7 Intentions- Action= Squat! Intentions + Action = Will! What is will?Will is our unique ability as human beings to align our intentions with our actions and choose our behavior.Intentions- Action= Squat!Intentions + Action = Will!
9 What is love?Love (THE VERB): the act or acts of extending yourself for others by identifying and meeting their legitimate needs, not wants.Love is not how you feel toward others but how you behave toward others.
11 What is service and sacrifice? It is what you do when you have made the choice to identify and meet the legitimate needs of others, when you have made the choice to love.You reap what you sow.The Law of the Harvest…you serve me, I’ll serve you. You go to the wall for me, I’ll go to the wall for you.When someone does us a good turn, don’t we naturally feel indebted?
13 What is influence?The skill of getting people to willingly do your will because of your personal influence.Influence is about who you are as a person, your character, and what you build with people through serving them and making sacrifices for them.
14 LeadershipInfluenceService and SacrificeLOVEWill
15 What is leadership?The skill of influencing people to work enthusiatically toward goals identified as being for the common good. The key to leadership is accomplishing the tasks at hand while building relationships.All of life is relational.The most important ingredient in a successful relationship is trust.
16 Who is the greatest leader? How many can you think of?Talk to your table and make a list on your paper.
17 Why are they considered to be leaders? Did they have power?POWER= the ability to force people to do somethingDid they have influence?INFLUENCE= the ability to get people to willingly do your will
18 Now it’s time to divide up the leaders… Who was a leader because of their influence?Who was a leader because of power?Both?
19 8 essentials of leadership Patience - Showing self-control and impulse controlKindness - Giving attention, appreciation, and encouragementHonesty - Being free from deceptionRespect - Treating others as if they were importantSelflessness - Meeting the legitimate needs of othersForgiveness - Letting go of resentmentHumility - Being authentic without pretense or arroganceCommitment - Sticking to your choices
21 Leaders do… Things that are outside of their comfort zone. Things that go beyond what is expected or required.Things that are too big to accomplish alone.Things that don’t earn an immediate payoffThings that challenge the cultural norms.
22 = Leadership Influence LOVE Earns Service and Sacrifice Build Requires WillChoose