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LEADERSHIP TRAINING MODULE Developing the Leader in YOU

I. Rationale Leadership springs from within us. It is who we are as much as what we do. Each of us has so much potential and capacity to be a good leader. This leadership training program lets the participants discover the leaders in themselves and develop the basic leadership skills and qualities of each of them. Responsibilities and types of leaders will also be discussed during group discussions. Knowing that each has leadership potential and developing the skills, abilities and responsibilities of a good leader will prepare the participants on situations and circumstances in life which call for their leadership. II. Objectives After this training, the participants will be able to: 1. Develop their leadership potentials; 2. Give the importance of leader-members relationship in the teams success; 3. Identify the basic skills and abilities of a good leader and how the strategy of a leader affect the entire group or team; 4. Confer the responsibilities of a leader, one of which is protect the welfare of the members; and

5. Gain knowledge about the different types of leaders and leadership styles. IV. Formal Session Activities Facilita tor Objectives Time Materials
1. 1. To brief participants on the nature of the training program. 15 min 2. To energize and prepare the participants for the series of activities in the training.

Methodologies
Prayer --- Jessie Jane Villan Energizer (Follow the Leader: Math dance) ---Luelyn Pabuaya 3. Groupings and Assigning of facilitators --4. Introduction of topic: Leadership ---

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Sound system

Orientation and Energizer

Group Acquaintance: Team Building

1. To enable the members of each group be familiarized and acquainted with one another. 2. To develop the bond as a team and create an easy art atmosphere. 3. To point out the 15 min. materials; banner importance of communication between the leader and the members in a groups decision making. 4.To practice division of labor among members

Instructions: Each group will appoint a leader of the team and decide the name of the team. 1 They will design their own banner and create their own cheer (10 minutes). When done, presentation of outputs follows (5 minutes).

Activity 1 Crossing over the rope (individual group activity)

1. To inculcate in the 20 min. 2-meter Instructions: The group will participants the importance of straw/ rope; appoint another leader. All of the strategy and critical thinking mats members in the group should skills of a leader. hold each others hands. Without 2. To develop the skill of touching the rope and breaking

directing members. 3. To emphasize on the leaders ability to unite the members to reach a common goal. 4. This activity will also discuss other skills and abilities of a good leader.

Activity 2 Catch the dragons tail (intergroup activity)

1. To emphasize on the 25 min. responsibility of the leader to protect the welfare of his/her members while reaching the teams goal. 2. This activity will also

a piece of cloth that will serve as the dragons tail; mats

the bond, all of the members must be able to cross over the rope within 5 minutes. Failure to keep the bond and keep the straw/ rope untouched will let the group repeat the whole activity until they run out of time. *It is NOT necessary that the members will simultaneously cross over the rope. Group discussion (15 minutes): After the activity, group discussion will follow with the following guide questions: 1.How did you feel about the outcome of the activity? 2.Why were you able/unable to perform the task? 3.What does the activity tell us? 4.What skill of a leader is needed in the activity? 5.What are the other skills and qualities of a good leader? *Explain the importance of a leaders thinking skills, and ability to direct and unite others. *Facilitators will assist only the group in carrying out the task, serve as time keeper, and facilitates group discussion. Instructions: All of the members in the group should hold each other with the leader as the head of the dragon and the last person as the tail of the dragon. The mission of each team/ dragon is

discuss other responsibilities of a leader. 3. This activity also serves as a follow up on developing a leaders ability of directing and keeping the team solid/ one.

Evaluation,

1. To let the participants 15 impart their insights and min.

Pen

to take the tails of the other dragons and at the same time, protecting their own tail. The dragon must stay solid throughout the game. Failure to keep the dragons body intact and failure to protect ones own tail eliminates the team. The last dragon standing with the most tails wins. (10 minutes) Group discussion (15 minutes): After the activity, group discussion will follow with the following guide questions: 1.How did you feel about the outcome of the activity? 2.Why were you able/unable to perform the task? 3.What does the activity tell us about leadership? 4.What responsibility of a leader is portrayed in the activity? 5.What are the other responsibilities of a leader? 6.What are the types of leaders and leadership styles? *Discuss the responsibility of the leader to protect the welfare of his/her members while directing the team towards the goal. *Facilitators will assist only the group in carrying out the task, serve as time keeper, and facilitates group discussion. Instructions: Participants are to answer an evaluation sheet to be

learning insights and feedbacking to the facilitators

learning about the training.

given by the facilitators.