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  1. 1. Engr. Jed Concepcion Sustaining Excellence Through Leadership in the New Normal
  2. 2. Educational Background: B.S ECE – University of the East (2008) Masters of Technology – TUP – Manila ( 30 units) Masters of Business Administration – AMA Online University (on-going) Professional Experience:  Engineering Head, Tokyo Bosai Setsubi Co. Ltd (Phils) Instructor 1, Technological University of the Philippines Service Manager, Xitrix Computer Corporation Admin and Facilities Officer, e-Business Services Inc. Facilities Manager, Silver Finance Inc. Technical Manager, Redfox Technologies Inc. Chief Solutions Officer, ICTEN I.T Solutions Affiliations: Country Director, International Youth Society Past President, Rotary Club of Malabon East Past President, Rotaract Club of Malabon East Rotaract Club of University of the East - Caloocan Member, Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines Member, International Association of Engineers Jed G. Concepcion
  3. 3. Have you experience Leadership Role?
  4. 4. Are you a Leader?
  5. 5. “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader” John Quincy Adams
  6. 6. QUESTIONS IN LEADERSHIP Q. Are leaders always popular with the people they supervise? The best leaders seem to combine the natural ability of leading and winning friends. Q. Are good leaders born or made? Some men are born leaders, but most leaders are good leaders because they have worked hard and thought hard to become so.
  7. 7. QUESTIONS IN LEADERSHIP Q Should a leader impose his authority?  Authority is earned, not inherited as a result of man’s being made a Organization Leaders. Q . How does a leader win loyalty from his follower?  You win loyalty by being loyal to your employees. Loyalty may also be inspired by showing your own loyalty to your own superior.
  8. 8. What is Leadership? “A process whereby an individual influences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal” ” the art of motivating a group of people to act toward achieving a common goal.” A process of influence among leaders and followers who intend real changes that reflect their mutual purposes. Keywords: inspired influence change
  9. 9. “Great leaders are almost always great simplifiers, who can cut through argument, debate and doubt, to offer a solution everybody can understand.” - Colin Powell
  10. 10. Who is a TRUE Leader? This?
  11. 11. Or This?
  12. 12. Who is a Effective Leader?
  13. 13. Leadership Style (Basic)
  14. 14. Question: Are you a Leader or a Manager?
  15. 15. Attributes of a Leader Guiding vision: Effective leaders know what they want to do, and have the strength of character to pursue their objectives in the face of opposition and in spite of failures. The effective leader establishes achievable goals.
  16. 16. Attributes of a Leader Passion: Effective leaders believe passionately in their goals. They have a positive outlook on who they are, and they love what they do. Their passion for life is a guiding star for others to follow, because they radiate promise!
  17. 17. Attributes of a Leader Integrity: Because they know who they are, effective leaders are also aware of their weaknesses. They only make promises they can follow through on. Honesty: Leaders convey an aura of honesty in both their professional and their personal lives. Trust: Effective leaders earn the trust of their followers and act on behalf of their followers.
  18. 18. Attributes of a Leader  Curiosity: Leaders are learners. They wonder about every aspect of their charge. They find out what they need to know in order to pursue their goals.  Risk: Effective leaders take calculated risks when necessary to achieve their objectives. If a mistake is made, the effective leader will learn from the mistake and use it as an opportunity to explore other avenues.
  19. 19. Attributes of a Leader Dedication: The effective leader is dedicated to his or her charge, and will work assiduously on behalf of those following. The leader gives himself or herself entirely to the task when it is necessary.
  20. 20. Attributes of a Leader  Charisma: This may be the one attribute that is the most difficult to cultivate. It conveys maturity, respect for your followers, compassion, a fine sense of humor, and a love of humanity. The result is that leaders have the capability to motivate people to excel.
  21. 21. Listening: Leaders Listen! This is the most important attribute of all, listen to your followers. Attributes of a Leader
  22. 22. Leader vs Manager Leader A person who is followed by others. Manager , 1. A person controlling or administering a business or a part of a business. 2. A person regarded in terms of skill in household or financial or other management.
  23. 23. Leadership Leadership is the ability to develop a vision that motivates others to move with a passion toward a common goal
  24. 24. Management Management is the ability to organize resources and coordinate the execution of tasks necessary to reach a goal in a timely and cost effective manner
  25. 25. Leadership vs Management  Management seeks stability & predictability  (order)  Leadership seeks improvement through change  (disorder)
  26. 26. Leader vs Manager Leaders: Do the right thing Manager: Do things right
  27. 27. Leadership & Management Skills Leadership – soft skills  Communications  Motivation  Stress Management  Team Building  Change Management Management – hard skills  Scheduling  Staffing  Activity Analysis  Project Controls
  28. 28. Managers have the following attributes , they  Consider alternatives to design  Estimate costs involved  Establish risks to the organization  Develop a schedule for the project  Include decision steps  Manage change in an orderly fashion  Keep the team motivated and informed  Review responsibilities and goals with each team player  State clearly the basis for evaluation and where each person fits into the organization
  29. 29. Managers have the following attributes , they  Monitor progress  Set directions; set expected achievements for each individual within the next work period. Show the team members where they fit in achieving unit goals.  Perform administrative tasks  Report to senior management  Money and job security play a major role in management effectiveness. They act as deficiency motivators.
  30. 30. Being a Leader  If you want to get ahead, be a leader, you must assume:  That everything that happens to you results in a situation that is in your control  That the attitude you convey is what you are judged on  That what you think and do in your private life is what you will reap in your public or corporate life  You are what you think and believe  If you never meet a challenge you will never find out what you are worth
  31. 31. Recipe for being a Leader  Take control of your life  Assume responsibility for who you are  Convey a positive and dynamic attitude in everything you do  Accept blame: learn from your own mistakes as well as those of others. Take blame for everything that happens in your unit  Give credit wherever it is due  Be compassionate when you review your team members' progress or lack thereof
  32. 32. Recipe for Being a Leader  Think great thoughts. Small thinking is why companies go broke  Turn disasters into opportunities. Turn every obstacle into a personal triumph  Determine your "real" goals then strive to achieve them  When you want to tell someone something important, do it personally  Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty doing what you ask others to do. Make coffee
  33. 33. Recipe for Being a Leader  Listen effectively  Encourage teamwork and participation  Empower team members  Communicate effectively  Emphasize long-term productivity  Make sound and timely decisions  Treat each person as an individual  Know yourself and your team  Protect your team  Have vision, courage and commitment
  34. 34. How to Be a Successful Leader: Strategies  Make your expectations clearly known.  Share your goals, visions, motivations, and reasons.  Give feedback about contributions.  Listen  Build team players.  Reward cooperation and hard work.  Maintain good relations with colleague.  Accept diversity.  Admit your mistakes.  When you promise-deliver.  Periodically, disengage from daily pressures.  Don’t take yourself too seriously.
  35. 35. Leadership in the New Normal
  36. 36. “The scarcest resource in the world today is leadership -- leadership capable of continuously transforming organizations to win in tomorrow’s fast-changing and increasingly more competitive world.” A.G. Lafley
  37. 37. Leadership in the New Normal What is the current situation?  Threat of COVID 19  Community Restriction  Limited Movement  Stay at Home  Work From Home Arrangement  Remote Learning
  38. 38. Challenges in New Normal Leadership Effective Communication Managing your Self Managing your Goal Monitoring Development Decision Making Targeting Effectiveness
  39. 39. Keys to Effective Leadership in Our New Normal  Leaders must be proactive in their efforts, and deeply care about how the people around them are doing. - Instead of hopping on a Zoom call and immediately diving into work-related items, take a moment to show you care.
  40. 40. Leaders need to share how they're feeling, as well. - Transparency in any organization is important. Keys to Effective Leadership in Our New Normal
  41. 41.  Leaders must create a safe environment where people feel a sense of belonging. - As a leader, it's then your job to create an environment where people feel this sense of belonging, and know that the hours they spend working toward the organization’s mission mean more than just earning a paycheck. Keys to Effective Leadership in Our New Normal
  42. 42.  Leaders have to solidify their mission--and live it out in the world. - Everyone wants to know that where they are putting their time, energy, money, and support is behind an organization they believe is impacting the world in some sort of positive way. - Your mission, and how it ties into current events, is extremely important. Keys to Effective Leadership in Our New Normal
  43. 43.  Leaders must be willing to adapt. -In a world of uncertainty, adaptability is key. It has always been true that leaders must constantly be thinking 10 steps ahead. But during a global crisis like Covid-19, flexibility and being able to make quick, informed decisions is crucial to keeping the organization moving forward. Keys to Effective Leadership in Our New Normal
  44. 44.  Leaders have to remain optimistic about the future, without sugarcoating the present. -Being optimistic can't mean lying to or deceiving those around you--or especially yourself. Instead, it means being brutally honest, while at the same time acknowledging both the good and the bad, the lessons learned, and the growth to come. Keys to Effective Leadership in Our New Normal
  45. 45. Leaders must overcommunicate. - Effective communication also means leaving room for others to speak up. Keys to Effective Leadership in Our New Normal
  46. 46. Here are some leadership lessons that have emerged from the pandemic:  Time to Create: The pandemic has brought people closer and motivated them to explore unchartered waters. People and organizations are becoming more adaptive, embracing cultural diversity, willing to manage risks. It means organizations need to seize this moment to understand and evaluate how unique talents, functions, contributions and innovations can be better utilized.
  47. 47. Here are some leadership lessons that have emerged from the pandemic:  Communicate with Compassion: The virtual world may be tech-driven, but the art of simple and impactful communication still counts. It is critical in driving teams, meeting business goals, and collaboration. Reach to the heart and remember listening is the most powerful communication ever invented.
  48. 48. Here are some leadership lessons that have emerged from the pandemic:  Be there for the team: Empathy and emotional intelligence have emerged as the new game changers for workplaces and workforces. Every voice and opinion matters in the new reality.
  49. 49. Here are some leadership lessons that have emerged from the pandemic:  Embrace ambiguity with a smile: It happens, and it will, make this your philosophy. There will not be clear answers to anything, anymore. Leaders will have to evaluate risks on-the-go and juggle between different, often conflicting, decisions and trust their instinct on the right course of action.
  50. 50. Do you still want to be a Leader?
  51. 51. Servant leadership is a philosophy, where the leader’s main goal is to serve his subordinates. It is a concept where people in managerial positions use their power and privilege to make sure that their subordinates have access to better resources and a better work environment.
  52. 52. SERVANT LEADERSHIP
  53. 53. SERVANT LEADERSHIP EXAMPLE Collaboration Let’s say that the customer service department of an organization is facing difficulties in dealing with the customers. The leader calls for a meeting and urges them to voice all their opinions together and share their thoughts on how each issue can be managed. This can be a regular exercise and the frequency can again be decided by the team, depending upon their workload. A collaboration often brings about ideas and solutions which individually are not possible. Even though it takes working hours, this brings out productivity by bringing solutions to their problems as a whole.
  54. 54. Leading by example Team members of an organization do not come on time despite being regularly reprimanded for that. A servant leader initiates the change by coming before time and greeting the employees when they enter later. This induces a sense of (slight shame) and responsibility in the employee. The reason they are more inclined to follow the leader is that he or she is a servant leader. If any of your colleague still does not fall into the pattern, he or she can be approached for the same as the communication lines are clear here. SERVANT LEADERSHIP EXAMPLE
  55. 55. Caring In today’s high powered corporate space, mental health has taken quite the back seat. A servant leader knows just how draining this can be on the minds of her members / colleague. Having an on-call in-house therapist who takes care of employees with weekly personal sessions can be incredibly helpful. SERVANT LEADERSHIP EXAMPLE
  56. 56. Servant leadership is a concept that works on the basic tenets of compassion and empathy. Yet, ironically, most people find it difficult to implement the same. In today’s environment which is competitive to the core, creating a compassionate work environment may be tricky, but not impossible.
  57. 57. Here’s how you can ensure that your servant leadership style becomes successful” •Get the right people •Put others first •Change your outlook •Keep your communication open •Plan wisely for the future
  58. 58. Thank you for Listening Fellow Leaders…..

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