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This topic was presented by Myron Sta. Ana, the Founder and Chief EnterTraining Officer of Myron Sta. Ana Training and Consultancy Services, to hundreds of secondary school student and youth leaders from around the Philippines at the 2nd APPSAM National Student Leaders' Assembly and Talent Fair at the Francisco Benitez Hall of the Teachers' Camp in Baguio City, Philippines

This topic was presented by Myron Sta. Ana, the Founder and Chief EnterTraining Officer of Myron Sta. Ana Training and Consultancy Services, to hundreds of secondary school student and youth leaders from around the Philippines at the 2nd APPSAM National Student Leaders' Assembly and Talent Fair at the Francisco Benitez Hall of the Teachers' Camp in Baguio City, Philippines

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  1. 1. I LIKE TO MEET YOU 
  2. 2. The Value of Hard Work and The Essentials of Good Youth Leadership By Myron Sta. Ana, Founder of Myronosophies: The Learning and Development Powerhouse
  3. 3. OUR LEARNING OUTCOMES • To find, specialize in, and commit to your advocacy; • To know, understand, appreciate, and execute the essentials of good leadership. • To bring something back to your school and organizations that will help improve the society you live in and carry out the cause you stand up for.
  4. 4. OUR ULTIMATE OBJECTIVE To prepare ourselves for the challenges of the past, the present and the future.
  5. 5. Why is there a need for GOOD LEADERSHIP?
  6. 6. AGRARIAN ISSUES
  7. 7. AGRARIAN ISSUES On November 16, 2004, twelve picketing farmers and two children were killed and hundreds were injured when police and soldiers dispatched by then Labor Secretary stormed a blockade by plantation workers. The protesters were pushing for fairer wages, increased benefits and, more broadly, a greater commitment for national land reform.
  8. 8. POVERTY
  9. 9. The Philippines is the 57th poorest country in the world out of 183 countries ranked by the International Monetary Fund in 2011. Take note, there are 196 countries in the world.
  10. 10. EDUCATION
  11. 11. 4 out of 10 children (12-15 years old) are not in school. Only 6 out of 10 children entering first year reach and complete the fourth year. The number of working children (15 and above) increased. Almost only 60% of those who enter high school reach and complete the last year. The basic pay of a newly-hired teacher is only P15,649/month (Teacher I level) The teacher to student ratio nowadays is 1:65 The book to user ratio is 3:1
  12. 12. ENVIRONMENT
  13. 13. Decades of reforestation left only 3% of the original cover Only about 10% of sewage in the Philippines is treated or disposed of in an environmentally sound manner. The rest goes back to nature – usually the sea.
  14. 14. EMPLOYMENT STATE
  15. 15. As of April 2012, the unemployment rate in the country has improved from 7.2% in April last year to 6.9%. But still, that is a whopping 2.764 million Filipinos out of our 40.06 million strong labor force.
  16. 16. A Filipino president only got to serve the country from 1998 to 2001 as he was ousted by “People Power 2” due to allegations of corruption and other anomalies and scams, particularly plunder, during his administration. Another Filipino president whose reign extended to nine (9) years during her administration is currently under arrest for criminal charges of electoral sabotage. A Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines was found guilty of violating Article II of the Articles of Impeachment alleging that he intentionally did not declare his multi-million dollar accounts in his SALN.
  17. 17. Zero people skills Challenged prioritization No sense of responsibility Issues with efficiency and effectiveness No regard for the welfare of the people/subordinates Setting a good example as a concerned role model.
  18. 18. Anatomy of a Great Youth Leader
  19. 19. Aspects that Make up a Leader
  20. 20. Four Primary Functions and Skills of a Leader
  21. 21. Four Primary Functions/Skills of a Leader
  22. 22. PLANNING “A good plan is a goal half done.”
  23. 23. Environmental Scanning
  24. 24. Know, Understand, Accept, Appreciate and Be Equipped
  25. 25. Vision and Mission
  26. 26. Communicate the Directions of the Organization
  27. 27. Formulating Goals and Objectives
  28. 28. Developing Goals - Predict success and imagine the results. Creating Objectives - Enumerate the steps necessary to arrive at the goal.
  29. 29. Action Planning
  30. 30. Components of Action Planning Which needs to be done When it needs to be done Who needs to do it What resources/inputs are needed to do it
  31. 31. ORGANIZING “When tasks and people are organized well, results automatically follow.”
  32. 32. Delegating
  33. 33. How to Delegate Effectively R Responsibility EXPLAIN AND CLARIFY THE TASK ITSELF A Accountability OWNING UP TO EVERYTHING NO MATTER WHAT L Limits of Authority SCOPE OR EXTENT OF POWER AND PRIVILEGE
  34. 34. Organizing the Work Flow
  35. 35. How to Get Things Done  Psyche up  Segregate  Prioritize  Systematize  Predict success but anticipate failure  Summarize  Put into Practice
  36. 36. Establishing Work Relationships
  37. 37. How to Establish Working Relationships  Value relationships  Value relationships  Emphasize the benefits of teamwork as well as  Emphasize the benefits of teamwork as well as the negative consequences of the lack of it the negative consequences of the lack of it  Listen to understand and not to argue  Listen to understand and not to argue  Make people feel comfortable with their tasks  Make people feel comfortable with their tasks  Develop a democratic culture  Develop a democratic culture  Make people complement each other  Make people complement each other  Manage differences  Manage differences  Build trust among people  Build trust among people
  38. 38. How to Establish Working Relationships  Foster integrity and honesty  Foster integrity and honesty  Respect each others’ opinions  Respect each others’ opinions  Be a mentor to your colleagues  Be a mentor to your colleagues  Balance recognition and discipline  Balance recognition and discipline  Never take sides  Never take sides
  39. 39. CONTROLLING “You can’t lead what you can’t and don’t measure”
  40. 40. How to Manage your Team’s Performance
  41. 41. LEADING “A true leader is someone who does not only produce results and show efficiency in what he does but is also one who replicates himself by developing his people.”
  42. 42. Be visible. Always be available.
  43. 43. Tips on Motivating your People Make an effort to know each person on your team on a personal level Treat them both as your colleague and friend but draw the line Be the change that you want to see Smile at your people and be approachable Take the initiative to offer guidance and advice when they need one Inspire through positive actions; Empower them thru positive; uplifting words.
  44. 44. Two Ways of Developing your People
  45. 45. Communicating Effectively with your Team  Communicate your leadership style and personality  Be sincere  Be open and transparent  Maximize all media for communication  Make time in establishing relationships with them
  46. 46. 10 Qualities of a Great Leader
  47. 47. 1. You have the passion.
  48. 48. 2. You can influence your people positively.
  49. 49. 3. You are fair but firm.
  50. 50. 4. You have integrity.
  51. 51. 5. You value your people and your relationships with them.
  52. 52. 6. You have a reputable character.
  53. 53. 7. You unceasingly motivate and inspire.
  54. 54. 8. You are open- minded and listen actively.
  55. 55. 9. You know when to take charge and when to let others take center stage.
  56. 56. 10. You will never quit.
  57. 57. You Know! You Can! You Are!
  58. 58. “A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way.” - John Maxwell

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