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LEADERSHIP AND THE YOUTH

FEBRUARY 17, 2020

Group 1 Members:
Bryan Peñaredondo
Jasmin Bascongada
Denise Campillanos
Irah Maye Singson
LEADERSHIP
 Process of giving control, guidance, headship, direction and
governance to a group or organization.
 Process of guiding and directing the behavior of the people in the
work environment.
 Ability to inspire, to build confidence and gain support among the
people to attain organizational goals.
 Leader as a guide is on who assumes the role of a director,
organizer,
mentor, or adviser.
 As forerunner
 As a head (Chief, manager, superior, principal, boss and superior.
SERVANT LEADERSHIP
 A kind of servanthood and done as a sense of vocation. It
also implies stewardship of good citizenship and
community. It is a means of serving more than oneself.
PRINCIPLES OF SERVANT LEADERSHIP

Listening Persuasion
Empathy Conceptualizati
Healing on
Awareness Foresight
Building
Community
QUALITIES OF SERVANT LEADERSHIP

1.Puts other ahead of his own


agenda.
2.Possesses the confidence to
serve.
3.Initiates service to others.
4.Is not-position-conscious.
5.Serves out of love.
1. Puts other ahead of his own agenda
- First mark of servanthood. Ability to put others ahead yourself and
personal desire.
2. Possesses the confidence to serve.
- The real heart of servanthood is security. How we treat others is a reflection
of how we think ourselves.
The remarkable thing is that we really love our neighbor as
ourselves, we do unto others as we do unto ourselves. We hate
others when we tolerate ourselves. We forgive others when we
forgive ourselves. It is not love of self but hatred of self which is at
the root of the troubles that afflict our world.
The Law of Empowerment- only secure leaders give power to
others. It is also true that only secure leaders exhibit servanthood.

- Philosopher –poet Eric Hoffler


3. Initiates service to others.
- Serving without being compelled. A concern to do
things for others especially during crisis. Great
leaders see the need, opportunity and serve w/o
expecting in return.
4. Is not-position-conscious.
- Servant Leaders don’t focus on position. The rank should be last
thing on mind.

Ex. Colonel Norman Schwarzkopf –help onother. Being leader


give him sense of obligation to serve.
5. Serves out of love.
- Servanthood is not motivated by manipulation of self
– promotion. It is fueled with love (willingness to
serve).
- Your influence depends on the depth of your concern
for others.
TO INTERNALIZE THE DEEPER MEANING OF SERVANT
LEADERSHIP ONE MUST APPLY THE FOLLOWING
PROCESS:

G1- REFLECTING ON IT
G2- BRING IT HOME (PERFORM SMALL
ACTS, LEARN TO WALK SLOWLY,
MOVE INTO ACTION)
G3- DAILY TAKE AWAY
TO INTERNALIZE THE DEEPER MEANING OF SERVANT
LEADERSHIP ONE MUST APPLY THE FOLLOWING
PROCESS:

1. Reflecting on it
1. Reflecting on it
-Onemust
-One mustreflect
reflect
abouthimself
about himselftoto
determinewho
determine whoheheisisas
as
aaperson
personand
andidentify
identify
hisinner
his innerleadership
leadership
intention.
intention.
SOME ADVICE:
Stoplording
a.a.Stop lordingpeople,
people,and
andstart
startlistening
listeningto
to
them.
them.
b. Role play for advancement, and start risking
b. Role play for advancement, and start risking
yourown
your owninterests
interestsfor
forother’s
other’sbenefit.
benefit.
Stopseeking
c.c.Stop seekingyour
yourown
ownway,
way,and
andstart
startserving
serving
others.
others.
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truethat
thatone
onewho
whowould
wouldbebegreat
greatmust
must
bebelikelikethe
theleast
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andservant
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all…
2.Bringing
2. Bringingitithome
home
a. Perform small acts b. Learn to walk slowly to
a. Perform small acts b. Learn to walk slowly to
the crowd.
the crowd.

c. Move into action.


c. Move into action.
3.Daily
3. DailyTake-Away
Take-Away
“I“Idon’t
don’tknow
knowwhat
whatyour
yourdestiny
destinywill
willbe,
be,but
butone
one
thingI Iknow.
thing know.The
Theones
onesamong
amongyouyouwho
whowill
willbe
bereally
really
happyare
happy arethose
thosewho
whohave
havesought
soughtand
andfound
foundhowhowtoto
serve.”
serve.”
-AlbertSchweitzer
-Albert Schweitzer
7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE- STEVEN
COVEY

1.Independence or Self- Mastery


Habit 1: Be pro- active.
Habit 2: Begin with the end in mind.
Habit 3: Put first things first.
2.Interpendence
Habit 4: Think win-win.
Habit 5: Seek first to
understand, then to be
understood.
3.Self- renewal
Habit 6: Synergize.
Habit 7: Sharpen the saw

3.Self- renewal
Habit 7: Sharpen the saw
ACTIVITY TIME 
Thank you for
listening ;)