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Leadership Training Day 05-02 10 Mar 05 Sqn Ldr Dave Keighley OC FDS. Introductions. Background. AFBSC Study Recommendations ‘ Developing Excellence in Leadership’. Need for progressive, coherent and integrated approach to leadership development for all RAF personnel.

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Leadership training day 05 02 10 mar 05 sqn ldr dave keighley oc fds

Leadership Training Day 05-0210 Mar 05Sqn Ldr Dave KeighleyOC FDS


Introductions

Introductions


Background

Background


Leadership training day 05 02 10 mar 05 sqn ldr dave keighley oc fds

AFBSC Study Recommendations

‘Developing Excellence in Leadership’

  • Need for progressive, coherent and integrated approach to leadership development for all RAF personnel.

  • The establishment of an RAF Leadership Development Team at RAFC Cranwell to progress leadership work.

  • The introduction of the Force Development concept at RAF MOBs.

Leadership

Ethos

Air Warfare

Common

Military Skills

Deployed Ops

Training


Training objectives

Training Objectives


Leadership training day 05 02 10 mar 05 sqn ldr dave keighley oc fds

Training Objectives

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Define the term ‘Leadership’.

  • Explain the difference between Leadership, Command and Management.

  • List the qualities that a Leader should possess.

  • Describe the functional approach to leadership.

  • Demonstrate the practical application of leadership principles.


What is leadership

What is Leadership?


Defence staff definition

Defence Staff Definition

‘Leadership is visionary; it is the projection of personality and character to inspire people to achieve the desired outcome. There is no prescription of leadership and no prescribed style of leader. Leadership is a combination of example, persuasion and compulsion dependent on the situation. It should aim to transform and be underpinned by individual skills and an enabling philosophy. The successful leader is an individual who understands himself/herself, the organisation, the environment in which they operate and the people that they are privileged to lead.’

(Extract from – Defence Leadership Handbook)


Defence staff definition1

Defence Staff Definition

‘Leadership is visionary; it is the projection of personality and character to inspire people to achieve the desired outcome. There is no prescription of leadership and no prescribed style of leader. Leadership is a combination of example, persuasion and compulsion dependent on the situation. It should aim to transform and be underpinned by individual skills and an enabling philosophy. The successful leader is an individual who understands himself/herself, the organisation, the environment in which they operate and the people that they are privileged to lead.’

(Extract from – Defence Leadership Handbook)


Leadership training day 05 02 10 mar 05 sqn ldr dave keighley oc fds

RAF Definition

‘Leadership is equally relevant in the air and on the ground, whether it is 2 or 3 personnel working together in a peer group or a large geographically dispersed organisation with its own hierarchical structure, such as a Main Operating Base.’


Leadership trust s definition

Leadership Trust’s Definition

‘Leadership is using our personal power to win the hearts and minds of people to achieve a common purpose.’


Is leadership everything

Is Leadership Everything?

‘… the RAF requires personnel with strong leadership attributes, excellent managerial skills and the confidence to exercise command.’


Leadership management and command

Leadership, Managementand Command


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Leadership, Management and Command

  • Leadership – ‘is the projection of personality and character to achieve the desired outcome’

  • Management– ‘is concerned with making the best use of resources’

  • Command– ‘is a position of authority and responsibility to which individuals are legally appointed’


Qualities of a leader

Qualities of a Leader


Qualities of a leader1

CommunicationIntegrityTenacityPhysical CourageMoral Courage InitiativeProfessional KnowledgeTact

Mental Agility

BearingLoyaltyJudgementDecisivenessCommon SenseSelf controlHumanity

EnthusiasmEndurance

Qualities of a Leader

Cheerfulness?

Success?


Attributes of the raf leader

Attributes of the RAF Leader

Courageous Warfighter

Emotionally Intelligent Flexible and Responsive Willing to Take Risks Mentally Agile / Physically Robust Able to Handle Ambiguity Politically and Globally Astute Technologically Competent Able to Lead tomorrow’s Recruit


Leadership styles

Leadership Styles


Leadership styles1

Times of Crisis

Important Issues

Routine Issues

Use of Command

by The Leader

Area of Freedom

For Subordinates

Leadership Styles

TELLS

Makes decision

Announces it

SELLS

Makes decision

Explains it

CONSULTS

Gets/makes suggestions

Makes decision

JOINS

Defines limits

Lets group make decision

DELEGATES

Allows group to function

within defined limits


Leadership training day 05 02 10 mar 05 sqn ldr dave keighley oc fds

A Personal Perspective on LeadershipMajor D W HubbardUnited States Liaison Officer, RAF Fylingdales


Leadership training day 05 02 10 mar 05 sqn ldr dave keighley oc fds

First Impressions count

Accept the authority of your rank or position

Followership as a form of leadership

Some men you just can’t reach

Maximize team effectiveness

Leading from the front

The four basic styles of leadership

Don’t take it personally

LEADERSHIP DISCUSSION

Major D.W. Hubbard


Functional approach to leadership

Functional Approach to Leadership


Functional approach to leadership1

Functional Approach to Leadership

Task

Needs

Team

Needs

Individual

Needs


Functional approach to leadership2

Task

Team

Individual

Functional Approach to Leadership

Appreciating the situation

Making/adjusting the plan

Allocating work/resources

Control of quality/tempo

Communications

Standards

Discipline

Building team spirit

Motivating/giving sense of purpose

Giving status

Training

Recognising/using individual abilities

Attending to personal problems


Briefing technique

Briefing Technique


Briefing technique1

Briefing Technique

Situation

Mission

Execution

Any Questions?

Check Understanding


Practical exercise conduct

Practical Exercise Conduct


Practical exercise conduct1

Practical Exercise Conduct

  • Safety.

  • Time management.

  • Effective use of resources.

  • Working within limitations.

  • Reappreciating the plan.

  • Motivation.

  • Success is not everything – “It’s not what you do but the way that you do it!” Bananarama/Fun Boy 3

  • Make mistakes…have fun!


Questions

Questions?


Leadership training day 05 02 10 mar 05 sqn ldr dave keighley oc fds

Training Objectives

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Define the term ‘Leadership’.

  • Explain the difference between Leadership, Command and Management.

  • List the qualities that a Leader should possess.

  • Describe the functional approach to leadership.

  • Demonstrate the practical application of leadership principles.


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