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Dr. Jutamas Vareesangthip


Assign & Presentation(Buddhism,

Islamism, Christianity and Hinduism) 1 The leader’s example of Thought, experience, qualification 2 State of Development and process of working -self development ( etc.History to be leader,Paramitah to enlightenment,may back to past life)

3 State of Development and process of working -social development -being the leaders and followers 4 The religious roles and the organization in developing the leaders to be in the stage of the


7.1.2 The ways of thought, the meaning, the characteris and the state of qualifications according to other sciences


It is very true that I have said that I considered Napoleon’s presence in the field equal to forty thousand men in the balance. —Duke of Wellington One bad general does better than two good ones. —Napoleon


MEANING of LEADER  someone worthy of imitation; "every child needs a role model"  someone in an official position of authority who can command or control others  a leader who stimulates and excites people to action


MEANING of LEADER  1. principal, president, head, chief, boss (informal), director, manager, chairman, captain, chair, premier, governor, commander, superior, ruler, conductor, controller, counsellor, supervisor, superintendent, big name, big gun (informal), chairwoman, chieftain, bigwig (informal), ringleader, chairperson, big shot (informal), overseer big cheese (slang, oldfashioned), big noise (informal), big hitter (informal), baas (S. African), torchbearer, number one the leader of the Conservative Party 2. front runner, pioneer, leading light, leading company, trailblazer, trendsetter, best-known company, groundbreaker, primary brand the leader in the mass market cosmetics industry


MEANING of LEADER  The ability to influence a group toward the achievement of goals  “When you boil it down, contemporary leadership seems to a matter of aligning people toward common goals and empowering them to take the actions needed to reach them.” Sherman, 1995


The ways of thought other sciences principles  Prof.Ronald A. Heifetz teach at John F. Kennedy School of Government in Harvard U.

“in the world, there is no word ‘Leader’ a word Leadership”… means you are not born to a Leader but you have to develop Leadership


The ways of thought other sciences principles  Why does being a good boss is so difficult?  Because being a bad one is so easy  Ok first, how do you become a good boss?  1. Understand your direct reports life goals, then structure task and expectations around it  2. Give them a varied portfolio of task so each year down the line they have several new things to add to their CV


How do you become a good boss?  3. Think about great training that would be useful for them  4. Fight to get the budget for that training  5. Send memo to ask for additional training budget when the allocated budget won’t do


How do you become a good boss?  6. Write or give frequent feedback. If they do something great, write it, if it’s not great, write it. So when come performance management time, you can actually recall with detail what you like or don’t like about their performance


How do you become a good boss?  7. Take time to coach, look for opportunities to coach. When you’re in the middle of something and you sense an opportunity to coach (due to something you hear they’re talking about a task they’re having, due to you’re in discussion with one of them and you feel that this is a lesson waiting to be spelled out), take time to coach


How do you become a good boss?  8. If they do something you’re not happy with, say it as immediately as politely possible (bring them somewhere else). Don’t keep things on your chest while saying to yourself “they should’ve known better”  9. Fight for their raise  10. Your boss will mumble, fight for their raise


How do you become a good boss?  11. Praise them for a task they’ve done well. Do it in public, send emails to all bigwits involved in the project how valued your staff has been during the project. Let the Managing Director and General Managers know that so and so had gave a substantial contribution to the success of this project.


How do you become a good boss?  12. Treat them out to lunch or coffee time.  13. Demand excellent quality of work, going down the stairs is easy, climbing it is not. Ask your staff to go higher. Take the time to make them the best among their peers


How do you become a good boss?  14. Take the shit when they do wrong. Say it to your boss “it’s my fault Pak”. Them call them in private and explain what’s not great about their performance. Your staff needs to know that some things has high priority than others, but never left them out to the bigwits to chew on.


How do you become a good boss?  15. Tell them how they can grow, don’t expect your staff to know how to go up, and if they don’t know or can’t, claim that they shouldn’t be going up in the first place then. (it surprised me how many boss expect their staff to be as smart as them, forgetting that they too were novice)


How do you become a good boss?  16. Teach them about “so what” and “how does this relate to the bottom line”. Teach them about things that matters to you, so when they reach your spot, they know what’s coming and what matters


The Path of a Leader  P1 – Listening and Leadership  Listening is an important leadership skill. Good listeners help you acquire information, enabling you to identify and clarify issues, make decisions, resolve conflict and be creative. Listening skills also play a major role in team-building.


The Path of a Leader  P2 – Critical Thinking  A leader gathers information, then analyzes, interprets and understands it before acting. Critical thinkers question what they read and hear, then determine the quality of a piece of information and use logical reasoning to reach conclusions.


The Path of a Leader  P3 – Giving Feedback  Team members need to know what they are doing well, what they are not doing well and how they can improve. Giving performance feedback is a necessary leadership function. When done properly, feedback can relieve stress, improve interpersonal relationships and promote trust and respect for leaders and team members.


The Path of a Leader  P4 – Time Management  Time management helps leaders make the most of the time available to them. You can budget your time and accomplish projects and tasks efficiently by identifying long-term and short-term goals, make a daily to-do list, make a schedule, delegate when possible, leave time for unexpected tasks, and manage interruptions.


The Path of a Leader  P5 – Planning & Implementation  A plan provides diretion for the leader and the team. The planning process involves setting goals and objectives and preparing plans and schedules to accomplish them. The process forces leaders to look beyond their everyday activities and think about what they want to happen in the future. Involving team members in the process will encourage their committment.


The Path of a Leader  P6 – Organizing & Delegating  Leaders must ensure the team is organized and capable of accomplishing goals and objectives, and they must provide the structure in which the team will operate. Delegation also plays a major role. A leader should accomplish functions that only he or she has the knowledge and authority to do and delegate all other tasks to team members.


The Path of a Leader  P7 – Developing Your Facilitation Skills  A facilitator establishes the structure the team needs to function effectively, ensures the structure is working and removes obstacles that may be impeding progress. A facilitator also resolves conflicts which are inevitable any time two or more people are required to work together. Good facilitation skills can help the group reach a resolution.


The Path of a Leader  P8 – Motivating People  A motivated team will overcome obstacles of all types to acheive its goals. A leader creates and maintains an environment where team members are likely to become motivated. Leaders find out what motivates team members, then develop reward systems that match what team members value. They also look for ways to reward team members for doing the right things.


The Path of a Leader  P9 – Mentoring  A mentor recognizes an individual who has less experience and cultivates that person’s potential and talents and helps him or her succeed. Leaders also are mentors. You can be a mentor by offering someone opportunities for skill development, helping the person recognize areas needing work, providing helpful advice, being a role model, and encouraging the person to think for himself or herself.


The Path of a Leader  P10 – Team Building  Teams offer great benefit. Team members have a variety of knowledge and skills, which results in more creativity and greater productivity. When a good team is in place, a leader has more time to devote to leadership issues. Team members must be carefully chosen and trained and encouraged to openly discuss issues with you and among themselves.


Now, this is the question for all of us.  What kind of boss do we want to be? Do i want to be a leader? Do i want to train myself to be a leader? 1 2 3 4 5


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THANK YOU

7.1.2The way in other Science