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Art of Leadership & Motivation

HRM – 760

Lecture - 1


    • Prof. Dr. Mohammad Majid Mahmood

Course Description

  • This course on Art of Leadership & Motivation uses a unique three-pronged approach - theory, application, and skill development - to make key concepts relevant to today's students.

  • The course combines traditional theory with cutting-edge today`s leadership issues & Motivational Challenges that focuses on key elements.

  • The course also includes culture, ethics, diversity, strategic leadership, Motivation & its Theories, and change management.

Course Description

  • Packed with real-world examples, the course illustrates how successful leaders have dealt with challenges, as well as provides students with step-by-step guidelines for effectively handling leadership functions.

  • Numerous skill-building exercises & skills included in this course would help students to immediately apply to their personal and professional lives.

Learning Objectives

  • Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

  • Explore questions such as: who are you as a leader, what do you want to accomplish, what issues are you passionate about, and what is your personal leadership definition;

  • Understand and conceptually be able to discuss traditional and emerging leadership theories;

Learning Objectives

  • Critically analyze past and current leadership experiences; and

  • Apply leadership theory to practice to enhance leadership skills, experience and knowledge.

Relationship of Leadership & Motivation

  • Human Resources are the most important asset of any organization

Questioning Mind

Know Yourself

Before You Lead Others You Should……

  • know your strengths & weaknesses.

  • educate & train yourself.

  • be clear about your values.

  • reflect what you really believe.


“One of the most observed and least understood phenomena on earth”

(James McGregor Burns. Political Scientist)


. . . .

Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Abdul Sattar Edhi


"Leadership is constantly changing, and

survivors learn to change with it."

  • "Yesterday, natural resources defined power. Today, knowledge is power.

  • Yesterday, leaders commanded and controlled. Today, leaders empower and coach.

  • Yesterday, leaders were warriors. Today, they are facilitators.

  • Yesterday, leaders directed. Today, leaders delegate.

    Dr. Denis Waitley

    The Toastmaster, 2012


“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader”

- John Quincy Adams

Leadership is the influencing process of leaders and followers to achieve organizational objectives through change

Workforce Management

Management is more than getting work done through people. It is developing people through work. If you want to improve your workforce management, then you need to improve the way you lead people.

L E A D E R S H I P is about influence…

““ The process of influencing others to understand and agree about what needs to be done and how to do it, and the process of facilitating individual and collective efforts to accomplish shared objectives” (Yuk, 2006).

Leadership occurs…. anywhere

Leader Effectiveness

  • What results would we expect to see from a “good” leader:

    • Performance (the job gets done)

    • Motivation (followers are energized)

    • Effort (followers try hard)

    • Satisfaction (followers are happy)



High energy


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to others




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