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Muhammad Sohaib Roomi


BE-10-33

Muhammad Zeshan
BE-10-34

Muhammad Nadeem
BE-10-41

Hafeez-Ur-Rehman
BE-10-01

Contents
Introduction

to an Effective Leadership.

Characteristics of

an Effective Leader and Challenges faced by an Effective Leader.

Expanding
Benefits of

Personal Empowerment.

an Effective Leadership and Tips to be an Effective Leader.


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EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP
Muhammad Sohaib Roomi BE-10-33

WHAT IS LEADERSHIP?

Definition of Leadership
Leadership is the ability to influence others, with or without authority.

-Peter Delisle

Me-First
People who cannot manage themselves for effectiveness, cannot expect to manage their associates and subordinates.
- Peter Drucker

Then-Others
I start with the premise that the function of leadership is to produce more leaders, NOT more followers.
- Ralph Nader

Quotes on LEADERSHIP
"To lead people, walk beside them ... As for the best leaders, the people do not notice their existence. the people honor and praise. the people fear; the people hate ... When the best leader's work is done the people say, 'We did it ourselves!'

"If the blind lead the blind, both shall fall in the ditch.
The leader is one who mobilizes others toward a goal shared by leaders and followers. ... Leaders, followers and goals make up the three equally necessary supports for leadership."
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Leadership vs Management
Leaders must be good managers, but most managers

are not necessarily good leaders Tom Mullins Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things Peter F. Drucker Management works in the system; leadership works on the system Stephen R. Covey
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LEADERSHIP MAKEUP

You lead people and You manage things

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EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP
The ability to influence others is a derivation of;
Interpersonal Communications Conflict Management Problem solving
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Interpersonal Effectiveness

Leadership is a direct function of three elements of interpersonal effectiveness Awareness Ability Commitment

Interpersonal Effectiveness

Effective Leadership is about:

Clarification of Purpose
Creation of a Passion Engagement of People

Definition of normal Process


Improvement in Performance

EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP
Leadership has been described as the process of social influence in which one person can enlist the aid and support of others in the accomplishment of a common task".
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EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP

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Effective Leadership Enables Success


Desired outcomes of mission, vision and values

Process (Task)

THE ENABLING ROLE OF EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP

People (Relationships)

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An effective Islamic leaders


A leader has positive personality traits and

the traits are God-fearing, high morality, compassion for the people, patience, humble, fair, justice, diligent, courageous, honest, positive outlook, considerate and noble.

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EEFECTIVE LEADERSHIP

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BE-10-34
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CHALLENGES OF BEING A LEADER


1. 2. 3.

Rejection

Criticism
Loneliness

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Pressure and Perplexity


Mental and Physical Fatigue

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Price Paid By Those Closest To You


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CHALLENGES OF BEING A LEADER

1.REJECTION

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CHALLENGES OF BEING A LEADER

2.CRITICISM
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CHALLENGES OF BEING A LEADER

3.LONELINESS

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CHALLENGES OF BEING A LEADER

4.PRESSURE AND PERPLEXITY

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CHALLENGES OF BEING A LEADER

5.MENTAL AND PHYSICAL FATIGUE

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CHALLENGES OF BEING A LEADER

6.PRICE PAID BY THOSE CLOSEST TO YOU

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Characteristics of Effective Leaders


1.Knowledge of Self 2.Knowledge of Others 3.Vision 4.Influence 5.Effective Communicati0n 6.Establishers of Trust 7.Relationship Builders 8.Quality Decision Makers

Knowledge of Self
Effective leaders have a firm idea of what they

believe, realizing that they live by their beliefs. Also, they develop an understanding of how their beliefs influence their behavior and the behavior of others.

Knowledge of Others
Effective leaders develop an understanding

of stakeholders and through that understanding they build strong interpersonal relationships throughout the organization.

Vision
Effective leaders are individuals with a

vision, and they are able to effectively communicate that vision to others, both inside and outside of the organization.

Influence
Effective leaders develop a deep familiarity

with the organization and are able to influence others to work in innovative ways.

Influence
The influence of effective leadership

goes beyond routine compliance; it is directive and orderly.

Influence
Leaders with influence have the ability to

communicate their beliefs and ideas so that others are influenced directly or indirectly.

Effective Communication
Effective communication is a critical

element of leadership.

Effective Communication
Using effective communication

strategies, the leader empowers followers, enabling them to feel comfortable in discussing problem issues and taking initiative to provide suggestions.

Effective Communication
Using effective communication

strategies, effective leaders acquire feedback from followers, an important aspect of effective decision making.

Trust
Effective leaders develop trust, which

comes from the fact that they say what they truly believe and behave in a consistent manner.

Trust
Through consistent behavior, effective

leaders create an environment of mutual trust, respect, and open lines of communication.

Task and Relationship


Effective leaders choose a leadership

style that reflects a concern for people while focusing on task completion.

Quality Decision Making


Effective leaders develop an understanding

of the culture of the organization and respect that culture as organizational decisions are made.

Effective Leaders
Effective leaders strive to create an

environment that accepts and promotes individual differences. As a result, they empower the entire organization.

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Leadership Style
Leadership style is the manner and

approach of providing direction, implementing plans and motivating people

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Leadership Style
Authoritarian leadership
when leaders make all the decisions and tell followers what to do

Democratic leadership
when leaders and followers discuss problems and make decisions jointly

Delegative leader
involved in decision making and encourage group members to make their own decisions.
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Leadership Style
Autocratic Democratic (Authoritarian) (Participative) Delegative

Leader Leader

Leader

Employees Employees Employees

Leader

Whole Group EMPHASIS


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Employees

Attributes of a good leader

Have a clear
forward vision

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Knowledgeable and intelligence

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Able to Inspire

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Able to Lead by Example

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Take responsibility

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Courageous

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Able to create a spirit of collaboration and community

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Continuously improve

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Problem solving skills

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Able to generate new ideas

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Good learner and listener

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Dominance High Energy Self-confidence Intelligence Driven Honest

Creative
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The U.S. Army's Eleven Leadership Principles


Be tactically and technically proficient Know yourself and seek self-improvement Know your soldiers and look out for their welfare Keep your soldiers inform Set the example Ensure the task is understood, supervised and accomplished

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Train your soldiers as a team Make sound and timely decisions Develop a sense of responsibility in your

subordinates

Employ your unit in accordance with its capabilities Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your

actions

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The importance of leader?


Without a leader , vision is lost Without a leader , decisions are delayed Without a leader , agendas are multiplied Without a leader , conflicts are extended Without a leader , morale is low Without a leader , production is reduced

Without a leader , success is difficult

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EXPANDING YOUR PERSONAL EMPOWERMENT


Value people Share Vision Communicate Trust people Enable effective decision-making Delegate
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BE-10-01

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When EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP IS;


Motivating employees

Creating confidence
Coordination

Facilitator of change
Goal setting

Representation

When INEFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP IS;


Members dont feel valued Creates negative attitudes Not developing all employees Crisis Manager Not separate personal life from professional life Clash of Personalities Low productivity/poor quality

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BECOMING A LEADER

Good leadership involves responsibility to the welfare of the group.

Take Charge Know Your Strengths Work Toward Excellence In Your Practice Take Risks Develop Your Social Intelligence

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How to become effective leader?


Be yourself, but be willing to grow.
Establish goals and commit to your vision. Time management Resource management Communication Build Solid Relationships on a Foundation of

Trust

If you are willing to work harder, longer, and more intensely and beyond the call of duty, you will become an effective leader.

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