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Title: Order of the Arrow Lodge Leadership Development www.oabsa.org


1
Dynamics of Leadership
2
Specific Goals and Objectives
  • Understand your own leadership style
  • Understand the interpersonal skills and how to
    use them effectively
  • Understand how to set the example and how your
    example effects others

3
Leadership
  • Leadership is the process of influencing the
    activities of an individual or group in efforts
    towards goal achievement in a given situation.

4
We must remember
  • A leader must influence the individual or group.
  • Influence flows from both the leader and the
    group.
  • The leader represents the influence and needs of
    the group.
  • The leaders task is moving the individual closer
    to the goal.

5
Discovery Activity
  • Think of the last few times you needed someone
    else to get something done for you.
  • Think of the last time you and someone else did
    not agree.

6
Leadership Styles
  • Autocratic (Dictatorship)
  • Democratic
  • Delegation

7
Autocratic (Dictatorship)
  • Leader defines goals for the team, telling or
    selling them to team members.
  • Leader determines methods of goal achievement,
    expecting these will be the methods by which
    these goals are achieved.

8
Democratic
  • Leader collaborates with team members in defining
    goals, acting as consultant or source of advice
    and counsel.
  • Leader expects goals to be achieved, but allows
    team members to determine their own methods to
    reach the goals.

9
Delegation
  • Leader exerts little or no influence over the
    goals that the team members make, giving this
    responsibility to the team.
  • Leader expects that the team determined goals
    will be achieved and allows team members to
    determine the methods to achieve these goals.

10
Opening exercise
  • The three leadership styles can be found
  • within the answers
  • Autocratic Style Answer A
  • Democratic Style Answers B and C
  • Delegation Style Answer D
  • Remember Different styles work in different
  • situations. Effective leaders recognize the
  • circumstances and change style accordingly.

11
Interpersonal skills
  • Instruction
  • Organization
  • Facilitation
  • Communication

12
Instruction
  • Giving others the skills and techniques they need
    to achieve goals
  • Example Merit Badge Counselor at Summer Camp

13
Organization
  • Managing people and resources to maximize the
    possibility that a goal will be achieved.
  • Example Program Director at a Summer Camp
    oversees Merit Badge Counselors.

14
Facilitation
  • Conducting an experience so that at team member
    learns a new skill or makes progress towards a
    goal.
  • This is an advance form of instruction.

15
Communication
  • Getting information from your mind to the mind of
    a team member
  • This skill is the most important of the four.
  • It is necessary to effectively use the other
    three skills.

16
Role Play using Interpersonal Skills
  • Lodge Chief and OA Unit Representative Chairman
    meet.
  • The OA Rep Chairmans report for the Lodge Chief
    to present to the Council Executive Board was not
    turned in.
  • The OA Rep Chairman was just appointed and this
    is the first time he is responsible for the
    report.
  • The goal of this exercise is to include the OA
    Rep Chairmans report in the next report to the
    Council Executive Board.

17
WHAT HAPPENED?
18
SETTING THE EXAMPLE
19
Setting the Example
  • Think back to when you were a younger scout, when
    you first joined the troop.
  • Was there someone you admired?
  • What were some of the qualities of that person?

20
Setting the Example
  • Why were you selected to the Order of the Arrow?
  • Each Arrowman should and does provide an example,
    and in this way, the Arrowman leads the younger
    scout by example.

21
Leadership
  • Leadership is the process of influencing the
    activities of an individual or group in efforts
    towards goal achievement in a given situation.

22
Setting the Example
  • The example that an Arrowman sets, good or bad,
    will influence the younger scouts and the members
    of his team.
  • A bad example is a negative influence and will
    hurt efforts towards goal achievement.
  • A good example is a positive influence and will
    help efforts towards goal achievement.

23
Setting the Example
  • What is a good example?
  • What are the principles that should guide an
    Arrowman as he leads by example?
  • Scout Oath and Scout Law
  • Brotherhood, Cheerfulness, and Service Found on
    the Obligation of the Order.

24
In Review
  • Leadership is the process of influencing the
    activities of an individual or group in efforts
    towards goal achievement in a given situation.
  • There are three leadership styles
  • Autocratic
  • Democratic
  • Delegation
  • There are four interpersonal skills
  • Instruction
  • Organization
  • Facilitation
  • Communication
  • Each Arrowman sets an example. Good or bad.
    What will your example be?
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