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  1. 1. Community Leadership Structures GROUIP 5
  2. 2. Agenda 1:30pmWelcome ◦ Ice Breaker ◦ Review previous session ◦ Training Objectives ◦ Introduce days session and write the title 1:33pmActive Learning & Discussion 1:39pmReflection & Evaluation 1:40pmClosing
  3. 3. TRAINING OUTCOMES Define the term Leadership Discuss the qualities of a good leader Discuss the importance of community leadership structures Exercise: Explore YOUR personal strengths as a community Leader Reflect: How can I use today’s lessons in my work/volunteer efforts Questions?
  4. 4. Leadership QUEZ: What is Leadership ?
  5. 5. Leadership Definition: Leadership is an individual’s competence to influence their teammates, i.e., it is the ability to frame effective plans and influence others to deal with all the difficulties efficiently with proper guidance. It requires a clear vision of the desired goals and an ability to explore the various paths.
  6. 6. What is A Leader? “Leadership at its core, is a very simple process of thinking well or thinking clearly about the situation facing them” »Sean Ruth
  7. 7. Honest Efficient Communicator. Knowledgeable Consistency Visionary Outlook Courageous Will power etc
  8. 8. Importance of Community Leadership ?
  9. 9. Importance of Leadership Development of creativity Developing team work Guiding people Creation of confidence Creation of a favorable work experience
  10. 10. Leadership Is About Having A Vision
  11. 11. REFLECTION, QUESTIONS and PLANNING • Please share any reflections from today • Are there lingering questions? • In following sessions we will discuss: o Stakeholders & Entry process o Needs assessment
  12. 12. THANK YOU FOR PARTICIPATING!

Notas do Editor

  • Leader – A person who has commanding influence (power)
    Who are some leaders in your life? Work, School, Family, Volunteer efforts..
  • Your vision is your picture of your community, project, etc. in the future. It is broad, doesn’t include action items or detailed information. It answers where we want to go. A vision statement is for your team, not your participants. Example of a vision statement: “Within the next five years, the Women’s Center will have helped create a safer, more harmonious community by helping women acquire the education, skills and resources necessary to build self-sufficient prosperous lives.”

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