Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presented by Kelly Patchell Della Rosa Caldwell College.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Presented by Kelly Patchell Della Rosa Caldwell College."— Presentation transcript:

1 Presented by Kelly Patchell Della Rosa Caldwell College

2  What is leadership?  How to get started  Visible Leadership  Invisible Leadership  Summary  Questions

3

4  What are some qualities of leaders that come to mind?  Passionate  Charismatic  Outgoing  Assertive  Persistent  Dedicated  Integrity “Leadership: The art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.” Dwight D. Eisenhower

5 1. Strong Character 2. Charisma 3. Commitment 4. Communication 5. Competence 6. Courage 7. Good judgment (Maxwell, 2009)

6 8. Focus Prioritizing and concentration 9. Generosity 10. Initiative 11. Listening skills 12. Passion 13. Positive attitude 14. Problem solving skills (Maxwell, 2009)

7 15. Relationship builder 16. Confident 17. Responsible 18. Self-Disciplined 19. Servanthood: Putting others first 20. Able to give and take feedback 21. Vision (Maxwell, 2009) These are a lot of qualities. How do you reach this point?

8  Literature on leadership is vast  1,000 recent books published on topic  266,000 books on Amazon alone!  Popular media’s description of good leadership:  Great vision  Emotionally stable  Confident  Enthusiastic  Intelligent  Potential problem with these terms?  Not observable or measureable behaviors (Bailey & Burch, 2010)

9  Watch and learn!  Observe the current leaders  Do you think the following is an example of a good leader?

10  Volunteer  Demonstrates desire to move up  Short term practice  Opportunity to practice motivating colleagues  But how??  Motivation  “Vision”  Be persuasive by showing your enthusiasm  Be clear and provide a task analysis  Integrity: know what you stand for and stick to it!  Be generous with positive reinforcement (Bailey & Burch, 2010)

11 Participating in Meetings Tips for when you are just starting out  Always be early! 10 minute standard  Choose a seat with good sight line  Introduce yourself and exchange information  Observe others  Look at behavior of chair and colleagues  Take good notes  Provide positive reinforcement to colleagues  Volunteer  Give presentations in a timely fashion  Provide positive feedback to meeting chair (Bailey & Burch, 2010)

12 Running a Meeting  Agenda  Send out 24 hours in advance  Set strict limits  Do not include too much  Increase participation  Shaping  Provide positive reinforcement for suggestions  Encourage colleagues to offer comments  Avoid punishing participation inadvertently (Bailey & Burch, 2010)

13 Delegating Responsibility  Take on coaching role  Positive reinforcement through public recognition  Encourage others to volunteer (Bailey & Burch, 2010)

14  Working with families  Social workers  Committees  Nonbehavioral professionals  A leader must be willing to fill roles in a variety of situations often in a short time frame.

15  Expand your knowledge  Find resources beyond current discipline  Push yourself to see the “big picture”  Focus on creative thinking (Bailey & Burch, 2010)

16  Exude energy  Show people how important their contributions are to the team  Positive reinforcement!  Help people reach their own goals, not just yours  Take interest in your colleagues  Give yourself permission to lead  Become comfortable with leading others  Be flexible  Strong work ethic  Shows comradery (Calano & Salzman, 1990)

17  Effective leaders are  intelligent, enthusiastic, and confident  skilled in participating in and running meetings  skilled in delegating responsibilities  able to motivate others using positive reinforcement  able to see the big picture and use creative thinking  Leadership can begin with small steps and is maintained through practice (Bailey & Burch, 2010)

18  Thank you!

19 Bailey, J., & Burch, M. (2010). 25 essential skills and strategies for the professional behavior analyst (pp ). New York, NY: Routledge. Calano, J., & Salzman, J. (1990). Move from management to leadership. Women In Business, 42 (6), 11. Maxwell, J. C., (2009). The 21 indispensable qualities of a leader: Becoming the person others will want to follow. Concordville, Pa.: Soundview Executive Book Summaries.


Download ppt "Presented by Kelly Patchell Della Rosa Caldwell College."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google