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1. LEADERSHIP I “The Basics” 2 Objectives 1.Be able to define leadership and followership. 2.Define the relationship between leader and a follower. 3.Know.

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2 LEADERSHIP I “The Basics” 2

3 Objectives 1.Be able to define leadership and followership. 2.Define the relationship between leader and a follower. 3.Know the three types of leaderships. 4.Know and identify the types of discipline and two ways instill discipline. 5.Two types of communications and examples of each. 6.Identify and define two types of courage. 3

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5 LEADERSHIP the art of motivating a group of people to act towards achieving a common goal. The ability to influence someone to do something they wouldn’t normally do! To be a good leader you must first be a good follower /http:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVVsDIv98TA /Office 5

6 TEAM Work FOLLOWERSHIP The “ability to fit in”! Remember: The “ability to fit in” is the definition of Followership! Being able to follow rules and directions is the essential element of followership and of being a good follower. 6

7 LEADERSHIP RELATIONSHIP The leader and the follower should be the same as the relationship between a _______________ and a _______________. Parent and Child Teacher and Student 7

8 Indicators of Leadership Indicators of leadership will point out whether or not a group, unit, or section, has either good or bad leadership. Moral: Attitude (good or bad) Proficiency: The Quality of work or performance Discipline: Control or orderly behavior Esprit ‘de Corps: Literally – the spirit of the core or heart! 8

9 STYLES OF LEADERSHIP Authoritative – Told what to do, how to do, without asking others. Delegative –Assign a specific task to a specific individual. – The leader that assigned the task is still accountable for the outcome. Participative – Involves ideas and advice of others. – Allowing the group or unit to have a say in the decision making progress is good for morale. 9

10 What type of leadership? 10

11 DISCIPLINE Discipline is controlled or orderly behavior Types – Induced Discipline – Self-Discipline Instilling or inducing discipline – Punishment – Reward To be self-discipline, you must have a goal 11

12 COMMUNICATION Types Verbal Non-verbal Example of each Which is more effective and why? 12

13 COURAGE The firmness of mind or will to overcome a difficulty Types – Physical – Moral Physical Courage: That mental strength which allows us to overcome physical difficulties or obstacles Moral Courage: That mental strength which allow us to overcome ethical or moral difficulties or obstacles. 13

14 Which best defines leadership? a. The ability to tell people to do something. b. the art of motivating a group of people to act towards achieving a common goal. c. A number of people organized to function cooperatively as a group. d. The science of managing a project. e. Pushing people to do something. 14

15 The leader and the follower relationship should be the same as the relationship between a _________________ and a _________________. Parent Child TeacherStudent or 15

16 Name the three types of leadership (styles) 16 Authoritative – Told what to do, how to do, without asking others. Delegative –Assign a specific task to a specific individual. * The leader that assigned the task is still accountable for the outcome. Participative – Involves ideas and advice of others. * Allowing the group or unit to have a say in the decision making progress is good for morale.

17 Which are the two types of discipline? a. Self and Independent b. Lone and Group c. Practiced and known d. Induced and Self e. Learn and Taught 17

18 Which action is an example of trying to instill or induce disciple in a cadet or the cadet Corps? a. A cadet is rewarded for wearing the uniform correctly. b. Cadets perform and train as members of the Drill or Rifle Teams. c. A cadet is meritoriously promoted in rank do to her continued professional conduct. d. A cadet is demoted in rank due to their reoccurring time spent in ISAP. e. All of the above. 18

19 What are the two types of courage? _________________ and _________________. Physical Moral Physical Moral A cadet that pushes his/her self on the PFT is exercising what type of COURAGE? A cadet that stands up for what they believe is right, even when others make fun of their belieifs, is exercising what type of COURAGE? 19

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21 Ethics – Values – Morals 1. What are values, ethics or morals? 2. Where did we first get values from? 3. Do they change? 4. What are some values or morals, or ethics that have changes over the years? 21

22 5.Have they changed for better or worse? 6. List one place where we get our ethics or values from: 22

23 Leaders Care-KICK OFF PRESENTATION Leader video violent with background sounds (the 330) Are you a Leader video 2.5 mins of words and saying (GOOD) Leader dance “first follower” 23


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