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Semester 2 2012/2013“INTRODUCTION TO MILITARY      LEADRDESHIP”                LECTURER:LT KOL UNGKU AZLY BIN UNGKU ZAHAR...
“I SHALLRETURN”
MILITARY LEADERSHIPGen Douglas Macarthur
SCOPE INTRODUCTION. MILITARY LEADRESHIP – A LEADER & A MANAGER. MILITARY LEADERSHIP CONCEPT. PROCESS OF EFFECTIVE MILI...
MILITARYLEADER    LEADERSHIP                       MANAGER         (COMMANDER)
COMMAND  THE AUTHORITY A MEMBER OF THE ARMED FORCES LAWFULLY EXERTSOVER SUBORDINATES BY VIRTUE OF HIS       RANK OR ASSIGN...
LEADERA PERSON WHO INFLUENCES   AND DIRECTS OTHERS.
MANAGEMENT   THE PROCESS WHEREBY THE  RESOURCES OF MEN, MONEY,  MATERIAL AND FACILITIES ARE  UTILIZED TO ACCOMPLISH THE  M...
MILITARY LEADERSHIP   THE ART OF INFLUENCING ANDDIRECTING MAN IN SUCH A WAY AS TO OBTAIN THEIR WILLING OBEDIENCE, CONFIDEN...
IN WAR THE CHIEFINCALCULABLE IS THE.     HUMAN WILL           LIDDELL HART
LEADERSHIP TRAITS  PERSONAL QUALITIES OF DIRECTVALUE TO THE LEADER IN GAINING THE WILLING OBEDIENCE, RESPECT AND LOYAL COO...
LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES FUNDAMENTAL GUIDELINES FOR THESELECTION OF APPROPRIATE ACTIONSAND ORDER IN THE PROPER EXERCISE      ...
“The ability to keep a cool head in  an emergency, maintain poise inthe midst of excitement and refuseto be stampeded are ...
FIVE DISTINCT ASPECT OF      AN EFFECTIVE LEADER Provide direction Team building Develop commitment Sets example Bein...
LEADERSHIP CONCEPT QUALITIES CONCEPT -       THOSE ASPECTS OF                                  CHARACTER SITUATIONAL CON...
LEADER Vs MANAGER   Innovates                Administer   Original                 Copy   Develops                 Main...
PROCESS OF EFFECTIVE LEADER CREATING A VISION OF SOME FUTURE  DESIRED STATE – BY ASSESSING WHERE YOU  ARE, AND ENVISIONIN...
“Treat a man as he is, and hewill remain as he is, treat a manas he can and should be, and hewill become as he can andshou...
LEADERSHIP TRAITS   LOYALTY.   COURAGE.   WILL POWER.   PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE.   INITIATIVE.   JUDGEMENT.   INTEGR...
1. Integrity       value we place in2. Maturity        courage and               consideration3. Abundance       deep sens...
Tries to pleaseeverybody eventually become nothing to      everyone.
 being competitive rather than cooperative. Methods of manipulations      threats      fear      bribery      pressu...
ACTAnalyze your situation Choose      the best strategy     Track your choice.
AWARENESS AND  MANAGING
SELF           MENTAL  SELF                   SELF             HUMANSPRITUAL               PHYSICAL           STRUCTURE   ...
SELF AWARENESS Knowing one’s internal states    Preferences    Resources    Intuitions Emotional Self-awareness – Rec...
TIPS TO INCREASE SELF AWARENESS  Examine how you make appraisal  Tune in to your senses  Get in touch with your feeling...
SELF MANAGEMENT Managing one’s internal states, impulses and  resources. Self-control: Managing disruptive emotions and ...
SOCIAL AWARENESS Awareness: Other’s feeling, needs and concerns. Empathy: Sensing other’s feeling and perspective. Serv...
UNDERSTANDING OTHERS What is the person’s feeling? Will his feelings effect his thinking? Will his feelings effect his ...
DEVELOP ABILITY TO        USE EMOTIONSUnderstand how feelings effectsthinking.   Happy.   Fear.   Surprise.   Sadness....
FEAR of UNCERTAINITY        False        Emotions        Appearing        Real
SOCIAL MANAGEMENTAdaptability to Organisational environment.     Leadership: Inspires and guiding Other, influence, effec...
NO ONE IS RICH ENOUGH TODO WITHOUT A NEIGHBOUR            - DANISH PROVERB -
“Those who possess the rare skill tobe angry with the right person, to theright degree, at the right time, for theright pu...
ARISTOTLE
RESULT OF LOOSE TEMPER     >< JEALOUSY.      >< ENVIOUS.      >< LUSTFUL.      >< SLOTHFUL.
WAYS TO SPARK MORALE   Encourage soldiers to grow.   Hear their speeches.   Be consistent.   Communicate skillfully  ...
SEVEN HABIT OF UNIQUE HUMAN            ENDOWMENTS1.    Be proactive.                                Primary human2.    Beg...
4.   Thinking win-win.5.   Seek first to             Secondary     understand, then to     endowment     be understood.   ...
7. Sharpen the saw – Self renewal.
 Being competitive rather than cooperative. Methods of manipulations      threats      fear      bribery      pressu...
A MILITARY LEADER IS CALL ACOMMANDER
THE MILITARY LEADERSHIP   A COMMANDER MUST BE A LEADER.   A COMMANDER MUST BE ROBUST.   A COMMANDER MUST HAVE THE MORAL...
THE POLITICAL OBJECT IS THE GOAL,WAR IS THE MEANS OF REACHING IT,AND THE MEANS CAN NEVER BECONSIDERED IN ISOLATION FROMTHE...
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  1. 1. Semester 2 2012/2013“INTRODUCTION TO MILITARY LEADRDESHIP” LECTURER:LT KOL UNGKU AZLY BIN UNGKU ZAHAR - FPPP NATIONAL DEFENCE UNIVERSITY of MALAYSIA Sungai Besi Camp, 57000 Kuala Lumpur
  2. 2. “I SHALLRETURN”
  3. 3. MILITARY LEADERSHIPGen Douglas Macarthur
  4. 4. SCOPE INTRODUCTION. MILITARY LEADRESHIP – A LEADER & A MANAGER. MILITARY LEADERSHIP CONCEPT. PROCESS OF EFFECTIVE MILITARY LEADER. MILITARY LEADERSHIP QUALITIES. HUMAN & MOTIVATION. CONCLUSION.
  5. 5. MILITARYLEADER LEADERSHIP MANAGER (COMMANDER)
  6. 6. COMMAND THE AUTHORITY A MEMBER OF THE ARMED FORCES LAWFULLY EXERTSOVER SUBORDINATES BY VIRTUE OF HIS RANK OR ASSIGNMENT.
  7. 7. LEADERA PERSON WHO INFLUENCES AND DIRECTS OTHERS.
  8. 8. MANAGEMENT THE PROCESS WHEREBY THE RESOURCES OF MEN, MONEY, MATERIAL AND FACILITIES ARE UTILIZED TO ACCOMPLISH THE MISSIONS AND TASKS OF THEORGANISATION. THE FUNCTION OF MANAGEMENT ARE PLANNING, ORGANIZING, DIRECTING, CO- ORDINATING AND CONTROLLING.
  9. 9. MILITARY LEADERSHIP THE ART OF INFLUENCING ANDDIRECTING MAN IN SUCH A WAY AS TO OBTAIN THEIR WILLING OBEDIENCE, CONFIDENCE, RESPECT AND LOYAL COOPERATION IN ORDER TO ACCOMPLISH THE MISSION.
  10. 10. IN WAR THE CHIEFINCALCULABLE IS THE. HUMAN WILL LIDDELL HART
  11. 11. LEADERSHIP TRAITS PERSONAL QUALITIES OF DIRECTVALUE TO THE LEADER IN GAINING THE WILLING OBEDIENCE, RESPECT AND LOYAL COOPERATION OF HIS MEN IN ACCOMPLISHING HIS MISSION.
  12. 12. LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES FUNDAMENTAL GUIDELINES FOR THESELECTION OF APPROPRIATE ACTIONSAND ORDER IN THE PROPER EXERCISE OF COMMAND.
  13. 13. “The ability to keep a cool head in an emergency, maintain poise inthe midst of excitement and refuseto be stampeded are true marks of leadership” - R.SHAHNON -
  14. 14. FIVE DISTINCT ASPECT OF AN EFFECTIVE LEADER Provide direction Team building Develop commitment Sets example Being accepted
  15. 15. LEADERSHIP CONCEPT QUALITIES CONCEPT - THOSE ASPECTS OF CHARACTER SITUATIONAL CONCEPT – INDIVIDUAL BEST EQUIPPED WITH THE SKILLS TO DEAL WITH PARTICULAR SITUATION FUNCTIONAL CONCEPT – RECOGNISES THE INTERACTION BETWEEN THE LEADER, THE GROUP AND THE SITUATION
  16. 16. LEADER Vs MANAGER Innovates Administer Original Copy Develops Maintains Focuses on People Focuses on System Inspires Trust Relies on Control Long Range Perspective Short Range View Asks What/why Asks How/when Eyes on Horizon Eyes on Bottom Line Originates Imitates Challenges It Accepts Status Quo His Own Person Classic Good Soldier Does the Right Things Does good soldier Sits in his office Play GOLF
  17. 17. PROCESS OF EFFECTIVE LEADER CREATING A VISION OF SOME FUTURE DESIRED STATE – BY ASSESSING WHERE YOU ARE, AND ENVISIONING WHERE YOU WANT TO BE. CREATING A DECISION ON SOME STRATEGY FOR ACCOMPLISHING THAT DESIRED STATE – BY FORMULATING THE DECISION PROBLEM, AND DECIDING BETWEEN THE ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIES. CREATING ACTION FOR PUTTING THAT STRATEGY INTO EFFECT – BY COMMUNICATING THE CHOSEN STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTING THE STRATEGY BY EMPOWERING YOUR FOLLOWERS.
  18. 18. “Treat a man as he is, and hewill remain as he is, treat a manas he can and should be, and hewill become as he can andshould be” - Goethe -
  19. 19. LEADERSHIP TRAITS LOYALTY. COURAGE. WILL POWER. PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE. INITIATIVE. JUDGEMENT. INTEGRITY. SELF CONFIDENCE. ENTHUSIUM. ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE COMPETENCE. LOOKING FORWARD. ENDURANCE. EMPATHY.
  20. 20. 1. Integrity value we place in2. Maturity courage and consideration3. Abundance deep sense of Mentality personal worth and security
  21. 21. Tries to pleaseeverybody eventually become nothing to everyone.
  22. 22.  being competitive rather than cooperative. Methods of manipulations  threats  fear  bribery  pressure  deceit  charms us Achieving the ends state.
  23. 23. ACTAnalyze your situation Choose the best strategy Track your choice.
  24. 24. AWARENESS AND MANAGING
  25. 25. SELF MENTAL SELF SELF HUMANSPRITUAL PHYSICAL STRUCTURE SELF EMOTIONS
  26. 26. SELF AWARENESS Knowing one’s internal states  Preferences  Resources  Intuitions Emotional Self-awareness – Recognizing one’s emotions and their effects. Accurate Self-awareness – Knowing one’s strengths and limits. Self-confidence – Sureness about one’s self-worth and capabilities.
  27. 27. TIPS TO INCREASE SELF AWARENESS  Examine how you make appraisal  Tune in to your senses  Get in touch with your feeling  Learn what your intentions are  Pay attention to your actions
  28. 28. SELF MANAGEMENT Managing one’s internal states, impulses and resources. Self-control: Managing disruptive emotions and impulses. Conscientiousness and integrity: taking responsibility. Adaptability: Flexibility in handling change. Initiative and innovation: Readiness to act on opportunities and openness to new ideas. Achievement Drive: Striving to improve or meet a standard of excellence.
  29. 29. SOCIAL AWARENESS Awareness: Other’s feeling, needs and concerns. Empathy: Sensing other’s feeling and perspective. Service Orientation: Anticipate, recognize and meet customers needs. Developing others: Sensing what others need to develop. Political Awareness: Understand group emotional and power relationship.
  30. 30. UNDERSTANDING OTHERS What is the person’s feeling? Will his feelings effect his thinking? Will his feelings effect his behavior Will his emotions hamper his ability to be rational? List the emotions he is feeling
  31. 31. DEVELOP ABILITY TO USE EMOTIONSUnderstand how feelings effectsthinking.  Happy.  Fear.  Surprise.  Sadness.  Anger.
  32. 32. FEAR of UNCERTAINITY  False  Emotions  Appearing  Real
  33. 33. SOCIAL MANAGEMENTAdaptability to Organisational environment.  Leadership: Inspires and guiding Other, influence, effective persuasion.  Comms: Clear and convincing msg.  Change Catalyst: Initiate and manage change.  Conflict Environment: Negotiating disagreements.  Collaboration and building bonds: coop with others and strengthening relationship.  Team capabilities: Create gp synergy in pursuing collective goals.
  34. 34. NO ONE IS RICH ENOUGH TODO WITHOUT A NEIGHBOUR - DANISH PROVERB -
  35. 35. “Those who possess the rare skill tobe angry with the right person, to theright degree, at the right time, for theright purpose and in the right way areat an advantage in any domain in life”
  36. 36. ARISTOTLE
  37. 37. RESULT OF LOOSE TEMPER >< JEALOUSY. >< ENVIOUS. >< LUSTFUL. >< SLOTHFUL.
  38. 38. WAYS TO SPARK MORALE Encourage soldiers to grow. Hear their speeches. Be consistent. Communicate skillfully Reward & recognize Build relationship constantly.
  39. 39. SEVEN HABIT OF UNIQUE HUMAN ENDOWMENTS1. Be proactive. Primary human2. Begin with an end in Endowment. mind. (Private Victory)3. Put first thing first.
  40. 40. 4. Thinking win-win.5. Seek first to Secondary understand, then to endowment be understood. (Public Victory)6. Synergise.
  41. 41. 7. Sharpen the saw – Self renewal.
  42. 42.  Being competitive rather than cooperative. Methods of manipulations  threats  fear  bribery  pressure  deceit  charms us Achieving the ends state.
  43. 43. A MILITARY LEADER IS CALL ACOMMANDER
  44. 44. THE MILITARY LEADERSHIP A COMMANDER MUST BE A LEADER. A COMMANDER MUST BE ROBUST. A COMMANDER MUST HAVE THE MORAL COURAGE AND RESOLUTION. BOLDNESS AND A HEALTHY SENSE OF AGGRESSION. A COMMANDER MUST BE A MASTER OF HIS PROFESSION. IMAGINATION IS THE QUALITY WHICH DISTINGUISHES THE GOOD COMMANDER FROM THE MEDIOCRE. JUDGEMENT IS COMMON-SENSE BUT REQUIRED OF A COMMANDER IN AN UNCOMMON DEGREE. A COMMANDER MUST MAKE HIS DECISION IN SUFFICIENT TIME. A COMMANDER SHOULD HAVE THE FLEXIBILITY OF MIND. LASTLY THE NEED FOR INTEGRITY, MORAL COURAGE, HONESTY AND LOYALTY.
  45. 45. THE POLITICAL OBJECT IS THE GOAL,WAR IS THE MEANS OF REACHING IT,AND THE MEANS CAN NEVER BECONSIDERED IN ISOLATION FROMTHEIR PURPOSE Clausewitz

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