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Program Objectives
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Determine what defines a leader. Understand your style as a leader. Develop strategies to lead with greater effectiveness. Choose an effective leadership style.

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Program Objectives
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Motivate through example, method, and approach. Sharpen your communication skills (the foundation).

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Practice, discuss, and problem solve.

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A Challenge a One Sentence Definition Please write
for LEADERSHIP.

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Definitio n

Leadership: A person who leads others along a way; a guide.

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Leadershi p Leadership is a complex process
involving three dimensions:

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the leader; the employees; and the demands of the situation. Page 6

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Effective Leadership Checklist (1 of 5)
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Able to handle the boss or other managers. Able to manage time wisely -- can establish priorities and not get swamped down by minor details. Results oriented: "I do not care how you do it. Just do it."

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 Effective Leadership Checklist (2 of 5)

Able to read between the lines. People do not always tell you everything -how they say something is often as important as what they say. t

A good example for employees. They cannot break the rules and expect employees to adhere to them. Able to handle emergencies.

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 Effective Leadership Checklist (3 of 5)

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Firm, yet fair -- a very difficult combination. Able to be close to employees and still be the boss -- particularly difficult when managing friends and former peers. Effective at handling problem employees. These tough cases will consume great amounts of supervisory time and energy. Page 9

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Effective Leadership Checklist (4 of 5) 
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Decisive even in highly ambiguous situations. Supervisors should not be paralyzed into inaction due to a lack of information. Politically skilled. Able to use authority wisely. Too much use of authority and you are a tyrant; too little and you are a cream puff. Page 10

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Effective Leadership Checklist (5 of 5) 
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Patient. Good at handling stress. They must resist taking job-related stress home since this can damage ones family/social life. Motivated. They have to like the supervisory job in spite of all its problems and have the will to manage. Page 11

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What They Never Tell You But We Will (1 of 3)
 You are not alone.  Do not assume that you can

become an expert in a day or a couple of months.

 There are no perfect supervisors.

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