ACTIVITY BASED LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

Learning has become a lifelong practice and will remain important for individuals / organizations as we transform into a “learning society” or “knowledge hub”.

Vision  Build a Responsible Visionary

Promise With sufficient client(or beneficiary) commitment to the process, improvement will be noticeable and measurable on specific behaviors.

Are you a good collaborator? Do you think so? What do the others think? Does your team follow you? Respect you?

Purpose

  • To mentor and to build 15+ teens, youth and adults into responsible citizens who will be a role model and a transformational force in their communities.
  • Identification of the key behaviors and to continue, to do more, to do less, to start and stop doing to increase life/career effectiveness.

For Whom? Schools, Higher educational institutes, Youth groups, Community focused groups, private circles, Corporates or individuals.

Our Leadership Philosophy

Leadership is a choice not a reward. Leadership is to collaborate & serve not authority.

Introduction to ABLE – Activity Based Leadership Experience

Explaining and understanding the nature of good leadership is easier than practicing it.

Good leadership requires deep human qualities, beyond conventional notions of authority.

Click here > Sample workshop content

In the modern age good leaders are an enabling force, helping people and organizations to perform and develop, which implies that a sophisticated alignment be achieved – of people’s needs, and the aims of the team/organization.

Effective leadership does not necessarily require great technical or intellectual capacity. These attributes might help, but they are not pivotal. Good leadership in the modern age more importantly requires attitudes and behaviors which characterize and relate to humanity.

Leadership is primarily concerned with people. Of course leadership involves decisions and actions relating to all sorts of other things, but the role of a leader is special compared to any other role because of its unique responsibility for people – i.e. the followers of the leader – in whatever context leadership is seen to operate.

The leadership role is an inevitable reflection of people’s needs and challenges in modern life. Leadership is therefore a profound concept, with increasingly complex implications, driven by an increasingly complex and fast-changing world. People who want to be a leader can develop leadership ability. Leadership is not the exclusive preserve of the wealthy and educated.

Leadership is a matter of personal conviction and believing strongly in a cause or aim, whatever it is. Anyone can be a leader if he/she is suitably driven to a particular cause.

The many qualities of effective leadership, like confidence and charisma, continue to grow from experience in the leadership role. Even initially surprised modest leaders can become great ones, and sometimes the greatest ones. Leadership can be performed with different styles. Some leaders have one style, which is right for certain situations and wrong for others. Some leaders can adapt and use different leadership styles for given situations.

Adaptability of style is an increasingly significant aspect of leadership, because the world is increasingly complex and dynamic. Adaptability stems from objectivity, which in turn stems from emotional security and emotional maturity. Again these strengths are not dependent on wealth or education, or skills or processes.

How can you enter in to a psychological contract with your team? As you step out in to society how can you, create an identity for yourself? An identity which will speak volumes of leadership skills as well as confidence, efficiency and productivity?

Learn with us. We ensure that our solutions work!

 Everything starts as a seed. The seed represents the beginning. For any seed to grow it must be properly planted. No seed will mature before its time.  – Shaveen Fernando, Mentor.

Contact Shaveen Fernando – Initiator, on +94 772 428 428 or shaveen@saltglobal.org for more information.

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