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©2000, Michael A. Mische MOR 559 – Strategic Renewal University of Southern California Strategic Leadership The Core Competency for High Performance LECTURE.

motivates the organization.” Mische: Strategic Renewal  Consider leaders such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Bill Gates, Mahatma Gandhi, Betty Friedan, etc. Strategic Renewal Strategic Leadership MOR 559 – Strategic Renewal University of Southern California ©2000, Michael A. Mische ESSENTIAL QUALITIES OF STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP Strategic Renewal Strategic Leadership MOR 559 – Strategic Renewal University of Southern California ©2000, Michael A. Mische “Leaders do not have to fit a particular mold.” Barry Patmore/


LEARNING LEARNING:- Learning is a process of acquiring of new inputs in term of knowledge & understanding, some physical activity or a new behavior (including.

through vision & energy. Trait, behavioral & situational leadership theories fail to explain the reason behind the deeds of great political leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Lenin, etc., who transformed their nations, or /leadership. 2.INTELLIGENCE:- For leadership higher level of intelligence is needed. Intelligence tells about mental ability. Intelligence to great extent, is a natural quality in the individuals because it is directly related with brain. ACQUIRABLE QUALITIES:- Acquirable qualities of leadership/


PROMOTING THE CULTURE OF PEACE IN THE WORLD By: Prof. (Dr.) Sohan Raj Tater Former Vice Chancellor, Singhania University.

sorts of issues, differences arising out of caste, creed, race, religion and the boundaries of nations by mutual discussions, deliberations and dialogues in the society, following in footsteps of mahatma Gandhi. /of the term "Human Right" in the protection of Human Rights Act, 1993 we will find that it refers to "the dignity of the individual". The dignity of the individual was of supreme importance in the minds of the founding fathers of our constitution. Their object was to improve the quality of life of/


Coach Clinic 2013 “We must become the change we want to see…” -Mahatma Gandhi-

Mahatma Gandhi- Bayne Dangerfield Team in Training Campaign Director TNT News & Updates 2 1988-2013 25 Years 570,000 participants $1.3 Billion raised 3 Tens of thousands of/of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkins disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. Cures: not someday, but today. 5 What are key traits of/the future success of TNT across the US & Canada …for your leadership in making a difference in the lives of the blood /


6 Leadership Styles; Identifying and Understanding Leadership

employees to develop latent leadership talents into effective leadership qualities Leaders must be given the opportunities and support they need to bloom. Look for potential business leadership qualities, like the ability to/leadership is doing the right things. ~ Peter Drucker Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it. ~ Dwight Eisenhower I suppose leadership at one time meant muscles; but today it means getting along with people. ~ Mahatma Gandhi/


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Adventure as the purest form of direct experience has the ability to develop ‘life script’ in the most immediate way. ‘Adventure leaders’ create situations where others can develop their own life scripts. As Mahatma Gandhi said – ‘You must/Professionalised Teaching Intelligent accountability, Governance and Segmentation Innovation, Networking and System Leadership Leadership and School ethos Teaching quality High quality personalised learning for every student New Labour Policy Framework Intervention in /


THE HISTORY OF PROPHET MUHAMMADH (Peace and Blessings be Upon Him)

Roman. He formed military alliances and avoided conflicts. Leadership principles followed by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) An in depth study of the leadership of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) shows that he followed/I do so because it mentions the qualities of the Beneficent and I love to recite it (in my prayer)." The Prophet; said (/ MAHATMA GANDHI Speaking on the character of Muhammad (pbuh) says in YOUNG INDIA: "I wanted to know the best of one who holds todays undisputed sway over the hearts of millions of /


1 LEADERSHIP AT THE STRATEGIC LEVEL. 2 INTRODUCTION…/1 n 7.1.1DEFINITION u Leadership is the capacity and will to rally men and women to a common purpose.

must become the change we want to see - Mahatma Gandhi 7 Principles of Leadership..2 1. Know your people and look out for their well-being - Know human nature and the importance of sincerely caring for your workers. 2. Keep your /emotional intelligence that determines their potential for learning emotional competencies.[15]emotional competencies[15] 23 7.7.2: JOHN C.MAXWELL(1999) 21 QUALITIES OF A LEADER 1. Character: 2. Charisma: 3. Commitment: 4. Communication: 5. Competence: 6. Courage: 7. Discernment: 8/


Classical Schools of Thought: Scientific Management 1 Intro - Evolved in the late 19 th & early 20 th century - Perspective emerges from the industrial.

of a new social movement - Example: Martin Luther King, Mahatma Gandhi Legal rational Authority - Empowered by a formalistic belief in the content of the law - Obedience is given to a set of rational principles - Example: Bureaucracy, Modern States Classical Schools of/.org/learn-about-quality/total-quality-management/overview/overview.html Elements of TQM - Customer Satisfaction - Employee Involvement: Styles of Leadership, Employee relating to co. vision & mission, flow of communication, proper environment/


The Role of Social Work in Integrated Health Module 2 Judith Anne DeBonis PhD Department of Social Work California State University Northridge.

and Leadership Abraham Lincoln Mahatma Gandhi Dalai Lama Mother Teresa Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Walt Disney Bill GatesRosa Parks “Famous” Leaders Presidents, patriots, world leaders, inventors, explorers, educators, authors, religious leaders, activists “Everyday” Leaders Parents Teachers Neighbors Boy Scout Leaders Veterans Team Coach Not as visible or famous but may have enormous impact and be responsible for incredible change Group Activity Qualities of Leaders/


Socio Economic and Caste Census 2011

: Planning Process IPPE of MGNREGA, MCP of NRLM, mobilization of DDUGKY and selection of households for housing for all – part of the same community process. Led by the Gram Panchayat elected leadership with institutionalized involvement of NRLM SHGs. Planning/Mahatma Gandhi-NREGA focus villages Interventions for differently able Interventions for women led households Targeting of household/individual entitlements ion evidence of deprivation Whats Holding Back Full Use of SECC Data The First Step: Mapping of/


Leadership In The New Millennium. “Hold on ! You can’t all have the front seat!”

. Myths About leadership Great leaders are dreamers “There is always a dream in all enterprise, but the dream if it lasts, one day becomes a reality” – Jean Monnet [One Europe, One World] “India must be able to face Britain as an equal nation, and not as a subordinate colony. India could not, and should not, remain a British possession.” – Mahatma Gandhi The ways/


Chapter McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright © 2005 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. 2 2 The Ethical Basis of Law and Business Management.

deception.  Respondents to a recent Victor James ethical leadership survey, by a wide margin, cited honesty as the quality most admired in a leader. Values - Honesty  Richard Sears—founder of Sears Roebuck and Company—started the modern mail order/ without humanity, Worship without sacrifice and politics without principle. - Mahatma Gandhi (1869 - 1948) Ethics  R. H. Tawney, the British historian, once wrote: To argue, in the manner of Machiavelli, that there is one rule for business and another for/


Creating Team Entrepreneurs! Introducing Jyväskylä University of Applied Science’s Award-Winning Team Academy.

to be in charge of their own destiny and work for themselves together within new communities. “ Team Academy’s Slogan “ We create team entrepreneurs.” Note: Slogan here refers to Unique Selling Propotion, USP (Brand promise). Team Academy’s Motto I “ We must become the change we want to see in the world. It demands us courage and stubbornness.” Mahatma Gandhi 1947 India’s/


PART 1: Putting The Pieces Together: Eight Qualities of Leadership Iowa Association for the Education of Young Children May 15, 2015 Presented by: Maurice.

PART II: DOING THE RIGHT THING FOR CHILDREN: EIGHT QUALITIES OF LEADERSHIP 31 st Annual National Conference Association for Early Learning Leaders Hyatt Regency St. Louis/of least resistance and doing what is best for everyone involved. Russell White 5. FUN AND ENJOYMENT People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing. Dale Carnegie 6. PERSONAL RENEWAL As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world…as in being able to remake ourselves. Mahatma Gandhi/


Creating Team Entrepreneurs! Introducing Jyväskylä University of Applied Science’s Award-Winning Team Academy.

to be in charge of their own destiny and work for themselves together within new communities. “ Team Academy’s Slogan “ We create team entrepreneurs.” Note: Slogan here refers to Unique Selling Propotion, USP (Brand promise). Team Academy’s Motto I “ We must become the change we want to see in the world. It demands us courage and stubbornness.” Mahatma Gandhi 1947 India’s/


1 Tom Gezo PMI HVC PDD 2012.  Leaders & Leadership  Cultural influences  Challenges for the PM  Leadership Styles  Building & Leading your team 

 Does the right thing I’m not Mahatma Gandhi……… …… But I need to successfully lead my project team! As a PM, what do I need to know about Culture?  Develop an understanding of cultural preferences and predispositions  There are many models/MAS: Need to Excel (marginal) - More balanced with quality of life UAI: Relaxed, emotions not shown LTO: Pragmatic/Perserverance What are the challenges that you’ll face leading your multi-cultural team?  Leadership Style  Building and leading your team How will a /


DR V N BEDEKAR MEMORIAL LECTURE APRIL 14, 2006 ‘LEADERSHIP FOR ASIA’S WINNING EDGE IN THE GLOBALISED ECONOMY’ - ROLE OF MANAGEMENT EDUCATION PROF Y K BHUSHAN.

in doing wrong -Be a model not a critic -‘To be rather than to do’ MODELS OF LEADERSHIP- CHANGE - CHARISMA TO BUSINESS LEADERS – FORMAL Vs MORAL AUTHORITY MATRIX High + + Hitler + George Washington + Man Mohan - Many- Mahatma Gandhi - Celebrities Low - CHOICE (Moral Authority) High + ( Stephen Covey ) Position (Formal Authority) MODELS OF LEADERSHIP (NATIONAL & CORPORATE) ‘Man Mohan – Murthy’ Vs ‘Bush – Blair’ Gentle,Firm,Relentless Bluff, Boldness, Humble,Ethical/


The Power of Appreciative Inquiry Solving Problems by Looking at Whats Going Right & it possible use for the Centre for Pollination Studies Dr John Mauremootoo.

hidden in the present Working directly on behaviours in order to change Some Qualities of Appreciative Inquiry Seeing the inherent potential within a situation The capacity to learn /of what we read 20% of what we hear 30% of what we see 50% of what we see and hear 70% of what we discuss with others 80% of what we experience personally 95% of what we teach to someone else. “ Dr William Glasser – author of Every Student can Succeed AND FINALLY “ Be the change you wish to see in the world. “ Mahatma Gandhi/


DEVELOPING EXCELLENCE TOGETHER Download this presentation from Webinar How to excel in middle leadership: Taking.

of: key characteristics of great leaders models of effective middle leadership in schools what middle leaders are accountable for and the professional characteristics they should display why it is important to create a vision for your area of responsibility as a middle leader. DEVELOPING EXCELLENCE TOGETHER Mahatma Gandhi/Inspiring others DEVELOPING EXCELLENCE TOGETHER What is expected of middle leaders? Ofsted criteria for the quality of leadership and management of the school https://www.gov.uk/government//


Wisdom & the Will to Live By Bruce Lloyd Professor of Strategic Management London South Bank University

in other words it is about our values. Dialogue facilitates both the transfer of technical knowledge, as well as being an invaluable part of personal development. Having a quality dialogue over values is not only the most important issue we need to /Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948)) "Education is your passport to the future. For tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today." (Malcolm X (1925-1965)) "I touch the future: I teach." (Christa MacAuliffe, astronaut (1948-1986)) The core issues of Leadership/


SELF LEADERSHIP SELF LEADERSHIP thelivingroom.jimdo.com The Living Room ©

of leadership. Business schools talk about leadership throughout courses and masteries. Internet is full of lapidaries quotes about leadership. So is the social media, (FB, twitter). When we think about leaders, we think about the great people in the past. People that were considered leaders in their time and today in a certain way. In every area of life (Politics, Economics, Religion, etc): Mother Therese of Calicut, Mahatma Gandhi/


Profs Keithia Wilson & Alf Lizzio GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY

Alignment of Strategies – no “silver bullet” but multiple strategies required towards the same end goals Quality of Evidence – need for rigour in the evaluation of our practice & efforts Leadership – FY staff are “leaders in practice”, & need to claim that role (viz. leadership mind set) June 2011 Evolution of Approaches/ Life requires us to be 100 per cent committed to actions of which we are only 51 per cent certain. Albert Camus You must be the change you want to see….. Mahatma Gandhi June 2011


CG & CSR ( Over all Concepts)

Environment Opportunity available over a longer stay Visibility Perception of Customer Oversight 4/6/2017 M.R.Vanithamani , AP, SOM, VLBJCET CSR Philosophies in India Ethical – Mahatma Gandhi’s Principle : Voluntary Commitment from the Company Static /product/services Offers high quality product/services Develops innovative product/services Offers product/service that are good value VISION AND LEADERSHIP: Has excellent leadership Has a clear vision for the future Takes advantage of mkt oppurtunities 4/6//


I.T for Better Governance & Empowerment of People By Dr T.H.Chowdary * Director, Center for Telecom Management & Studies * Chairman, Pragna Bharati (Intellect.

to Villages: GramIT (3) Gram IT-team contributed part of profits for village development scheme designed by them – Independent and local initiative Rural Pressure group to demand and get quality infrastructure and services such as roads, retailing, education, health / is not only not enough, but in matters of vital importance leaders must act contrary to the mass of opinions if it does not commend itself to their reason.” -Mahatma Gandhi THC_CTMSS425_Oct0943 Those who carry on great public schemes must/


SAYING YES TO CHANGE, HOW TO RECOGNIZE WHEN YOU ARE READY FOR THE NEXT CHAPTER Denver Beaulieu-Hains 2013 AWAG Annual Leadership and Training Seminar,

Training Seminar, May 5-9, 2013 You must be the change you wish to see in the world. Mahatma Gandhi Denver Beaulieu-Hains 2013 AWAG Annual Leadership and Training Seminar, May 5-9, 2013 Clarity of thought and emotional balance The quality of being orderly, consistent, and intelligible Synchronization between multiple systems Ordered patterning within one system NASA study on energy revealed a connection between thoughts/


PowerPoint Presentation by Charlie Cook The University of West Alabama chapter 2 Part I: The Global Management Environment 5e Copyright © 2011 Cengage.

Have unhealthy factors that are negative and hinder success, and can lead to failure.  Don’t support high quality and success. Copyright © 2011 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.2–19 Copyright © 2011 Cengage Learning. All/ relationship between ethical behavior and leadership effectiveness.  Having strong ethics means having integrity, and people trust others they believe have integrity.  Unethical behavior creates a negative image of big business.  Mahatma Gandhi called business without morality a /


Leadership: Values and Vision Presented by Debbie LittleSteve Merritt College of Agricultural SciencesVillanova University Penn State University.

action to improve the environment for all living creatures. Examples of Values Oriented Leaders 17 Jimmy Carter Yvon Chouinard Mahatma Gandhi Jane Goodall Eleanor Roosevelt Values as Part of Your Organization’s Culture 18 What are the VALUES your organization uses as the basis for its operation and existence? Talk amongst yourselves…… Level 5 Leadership Good to Great, by Jim Collins 19 Blending “personal humility/


WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP: ISSUES FROM A NEW ZEALAND PERSPECTIVE Di McCarthy.

of child bearing age in NZ is low compared with OECD norms; provision of high quality/leadership positions. WHAT IS NEEDED TO INCREASE THE NUMBERS OF WOMEN PROGRESSING THROUGH SCIENCE EDUCATION, TRAINING AND CAREERS? Increased visibility Role models Mentoring and Networking Greater inclusiveness Resources for launching or re-establishing careers Career advice, research management ‘When a man is educated, an individual is educated; When a woman is educated, a family and a country are educated’ Mahatma Gandhi


Profiles in Leadership Dianne McAdams-Jones Ed. D (c ), RN, GNE.

will be able to: Define leadership List 3 leadership styles Understand what type of leader lives “with-in” self Begin to “self formulate” a custom leadership style What is Leadership? Capacity or ability to lead: showed strong leadership during her first term in office. Guidance; direction: The business prospered under the leadership of the new president. Can you think of a “good” leader? Winston Churchill Mahatma Gandhi John F. Kennedy Abraham/


Opportunities for Leadership: Education of a Foreign Medical Graduate Surendra K. Varma, M.D. Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Education Ted Hartman.

principle in human nature is the craving to be appreciated” William James 30 “No amount of study or learning will make a man a leader unless he has the natural qualities of one.” -Archibald Wavell “London Times” February 17, 1941 31  Do your home/ might weaken and the wisest might err.” - Mahatma Gandhi 34 Success is that old ABC – “Ability, Breaks, and Courage” - Charles Luckman In my case add luck as well Success vs Failure 35 “Leadership is a combination of strategy and character. If you must be without /


RESPONSIBLE LEADERSHIP AS ENUNCIATED IN GITA BY ANIL KUMAR ED & CEO SHREYANS INDUSTRIES LIMITED.

IF THEY HAVE LEFT NO VISIBLE, NO INDELIBLE SCAR ON ME, I OWE IT ALL TO THE TEACHING OF BHAGAVADGITA. “MAHATMA GANDHI” WHEN WE COME TO BHAGWAD GITA: MOST TO YOU, PERHAPS HAVE READ IT, IT IS THE BEST/SEES HIMSELF IN ALL HIS PEOPLE.  THIS IS EMPATHY AND THE LEADER SHARES AND EXPERIENCES ALL DIFFICULTIES AND TRIUMPHS OF HIS TEAM MEMBERS. EQUALITY IS QUALITY REASSURING LEADERSHIP “PAARTHANAIVEHA NAMUTRA VINAASHASTASYA VIDYATE NAHI KALYAANA KRIT KASHCHIT DURGATIM TAATA GACHCHHATI.” ---VI-40 NEITHER IN THIS, AND, /


UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEADTEACHERS’ LEADERSHIP STYLES AND SELF- EFFICACY WITH.

Teachers’ Questionnaire: Teachers’ Questionnaire:  Teacher demographics (sex, years of service, years at present school, qualifications, number of students, number of non-native speaking students, availability of educational materials, quality of school infrastructure, support by others, job satisfaction)  Teacher self-efficacy (9 items, 1-7 interval scale)  Teacher collective efficacy (9 items, 1-7 interval scale)  Headteacher’s leadership style (6 questions X 4 items [one for each/


NMHS: The Baldrige Journey Lee Greer, M.D., MBA Chief Quality & Safety Officer.

Organizational Culture RECOGNITION & REWARD Excel – Pay for performance Team Incentive Plan – Service/Quality – Financial/Growth CSF – Rewards – Stars Online – More than 5,000 awarded in 2012 “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Mahatma Gandhi Relentless Pursuit of Excellent Customer Service 1.Establish a goal of 95 th percentile in patient satisfaction. 2.Ensure employees understand the survey/


1 High Reliability Conference Munson Health System Matthew J. Schreiber, MD Spectrum Health Vice President, Hospital Quality and System Safety October.

behavioral reliability is a tide that floats all boats Safety program creates learning infrastructure and builds leadership and teamwork capability Safety is a strong driver of quality, quality is weak driver of safety We say safety is our core value—is that what we look for in our /. In the same way,…by doing brave acts, we come to brave. --Aristotle Be the change you wish to see --Mahatma Gandhi A Worthy Goal When you were born you cried while the world rejoiced. Live your life in such a way that when you/


Success in First Year: Facilitating the successful orientation, engagement & retention of commencing students Profs Keithia Wilson & Alf Lizzio GRIFFITH.

Alignment of Strategies – no “silver bullet” but multiple strategies required towards the same end goals Quality of Evidence – need for rigour in the evaluation of our practice & efforts Leadership – FY staff are “leaders in practice”, & need to claim that role (viz. leadership mind set) June 2011 Evolution of Approaches/ Life requires us to be 100 per cent committed to actions of which we are only 51 per cent certain. Albert Camus You must be the change you want to see….. Mahatma Gandhi June 2011


Leadership.

to its fullest capabilities. BE TECHNICAL EXCELLENCE: Excellent knowledge of the job and professional expertise, understands the requirements of chosen field. Stays current. Produces quality work. SUCCESS ORIENTED: Persistent, willing to give extra effort/Performance measures Identifies variances Fixes variances Leader Motivate Inspire Gives sense of accomplishment The Process of Great Leadership The road to great leadership that is common to successful leaders: Challenge the process - First/” -Mahatma Gandhi


PROFILE OF DISTRICT SOUTH S.NoParticulars Delhi District South 1.Area1483242.92 Sq.Km 2.Tehsils271.Defence Colony 2.Haus Khas 3.Kalkaji 3.No. of Census.

of lesson plans by ETE trainees under the guidance & supervision of teacher educators. October 2009 DIET FacultyComplet ed 17. Conduction of School Experience Programme in selected Schools of District South October- Decembe r 2009 DIET FacultyComplet ed 18.Celebration of Lal Bahadur Shastri and Mahatma/develop the spirit of sportsmanship and leadership qualities. To encourage ETE trainees to participate in a variety of athletic activities. / of ETE Ist year trainees to Gandhi Smiriti and R K Mission/


Troop 230 Leadership Training.

Law; Train young people in citizenship, service, and leadership; Serve families and communities with its quality, values-based program. Do troops youth leaders encounter /of the people he leads A Leader who Builds Leadership in those who need to build those skills Examples of Servant Leaders Jesus – Washing the feet of His disciples Mother Teresa – Serving the poor of Calcutta Mahatma Gandhi – Serving the poor and mistreated Applying Servant Leadership Patrol Leader/Asst Patrol Leader Understand the needs of/


STRENGTHENING INTERPERSONAL RELATION AND SERVICE ATTITUDE COMPETENCIES OF LIBRARY STAFF By DR. CONRADO E. IÑIGO, JR.

quality of every relationship, every communication every work and every transaction. Lack of trust within an organization saps its energy, fosters a climate of/, investors, managers - is the key leadership competency of the new global economy. THE 4 CORES OF CREDIBILITY (Self Trust) The first two cores/OF OUR WORK. HE IS THE PURPOSE OF IT. HE IS NOT AN OUTSIDER OF THE ORGANIZATION. HE IS PART OF IT. WE ARE NOT DOING HIM A FAVOR BY SERVING HIM. HE IS GIVING US THE OPPORTUNITY TO DO SO”. - MAHATMA GANDHI/


PAEA FORUM OCTOBER 2013 MEMPHIS LDRC Leadership Presentation.

the mission of the organization and ensuring that resources are used for the intended beneficiaries. 1 1.Holland TP (2002). Board accountability: Lessons from the field. Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 12(4):409-428. Qualities/Communication /Chairs and Leaders “I suppose leadership at one time meant muscles; but today it means getting along with people.” Mahatma Gandhi Albert Schweitzer: Example is leadership. Ralph Nader (consumer activist) said that the duty of leadership is to produce more leaders /


1 The Honor Society of Nursing Sigma Theta Tau International An honor to join. A benefit to belong. Prepared by: Membership Involvement committee Sigma.

is a group of nurse scholars and leaders recognized for their superior achievement, leadership qualities, high professional standards and commitment to the profession of nursing. 3 4 Mission of the Society The society’s mission is to provide leadership and scholarship in practice, education and research to enhance the health of all people. /global@stti.iupui.edu 16 “The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the worlds problems.” Mahatma Gandhi Thank you


11–13 November 2013 Engineering Diversity within Leadership Page 1 Sponsored by Engineering Diversity within Leadership Betty Shanahan, CAE, F.SWE Executive.

33 Sponsored by SWE’S APPROACH 11–13 November 2013 Engineering Diversity within Leadership Page 34 Sponsored by “We must become the change we wish to see in the world.”– Mahatma Gandhi Realizing an inclusive SWE that – Thrives through the talents of all people who support women in engineering – Offers the benefits of SWE to all women in engineering and technology – Reaches out to all/


Reflections on Leadership

leadership qualities in an ordinary person. Transformational Leadership Theory. People can choose to become leaders and can learn leadership skills. It is the most widely accepted theory today. The basis of good leadership is honorable character and selfless-service to your organization. Your leadership/ Military Leadership. We must become the change we want to see. — Mahatma Gandhi Principles of Leadership Know your people and look out for their well-being - Know human nature and the importance of sincerely/


Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality Warren Bennis.

self-monitoring Job-relevant knowledgeJob-relevant knowledge Traits Theories of Leadership Theories that consider personal qualities & characteristics that, differentiate leaders from nonleaders. The/leadership body of knowledge MODELS OF LEADERSHIP- CHANGE - CHARISMA TO BUSINESS LEADERS – FORMAL Vs MORAL AUTHORITY MATRIX High + + Hitler + George Washington + Man Mohan - Many- Mahatma Gandhi - Celebrities Low - CHOICE (Moral Authority) High + ( Stephen Covey ) Position (Formal Authority) MODELS OF LEADERSHIP/


Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety Brasilia August 2013 www.isqua.org.

chance of a patient being harmed during health care Key Ingredients Safety Quality Reliability Culture of Learning Informed Decision-Making It’s all about…. “Systems and processes are only as good as the people who work within them” COMMUNICATIONS RELATIONSHIPS BEHAVIOURS MULTI-DISCIPLINARY TEAM WORKING CULTURE LEADERSHIP Title Slide/  ‘Minding the safety gap’ between Regulators Get it safe....keep it safe....and then we’ll build quality “The future depends on what we do in the present.” Mahatma Gandhi


Self-Leadership Based on “The Ultimate Leadership Task: Self-Leadership” by Richard J. Leider, in The Leader of the Future: New visions, Strategies, and.

Look within ourselves for leadership guidance  “Know thyself” Thales  “To thine own self be true” William Shakespeare  “You must be the change you wish to see in the world” Mahatma Gandhi Questions  In the context of real change, what responsibilities/time and effort on self- leadership, and “walk their talk”  Must continually refer to their personal purpose, values, vision and courage Twenty Tips for Self-Leadership 1. The quality and depth of leadership reflects in the relationships with colleagues/


Quality Coaching Coaches’ Professional Learning Program Melbourne, VIC, Australia June 10, 2009.

2015 Conditions for Optimal Coaching (continued) School, leadership, staff:  Commitment to building capacity  Recognition that all learn all the time  Treat all with respect and dignity  Openness to differences  Understand purpose and process of coaching 10/13/2015 On a Piece of Paper  Write one word … whatever word/ breathe! 10/13/2015 You must be the change you want to see in the world. Mahatma Gandhi For Further Information: Cathy A. Toll, Ph.D. www.tollandassociates.com cathy@tollandassociates.com


HPR 413 ORGANIZATIONAL AND ADMINISTRATION OF RECREATION I.

is not limited to that. Demands of Managers in Public Park and Recreation programs: Do more with less Higher quality and more diverse services Increase revenue generation/yourself or your superiors, that you are worthy of being followed. Followers Different people require different styles of leadership. For example, a new hire requires more supervision/we want to see - Mahatma Gandhi Know your people and look out for their well- being - Know human nature and the importance of sincerely caring for your workers/


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