Self Leadership: Personality Perspective

Self leadership is designed to understand our strengths and weaknesses is often the key to success. The success or failure of a leader starts from how he/ she understands himself/ herself. Even someone who does not lead others is basically self-leading. Because leadership, in essence, is an art that starts with yourself

There are four aspects to self-leadership:

  • Self-awareness: a person's ability to acknowledge, understand and realize his own strengths and weaknesses
  • Self-management: the ability to manage and utilize strengths, and improve weaknesses
  • Other-awareness: the ability to acknowledge and understand the strengths, weaknesses, potentials, and needs of others
  • Other-management: the ability to develop and motivate others according to their abilities and potential in order to achieve organizational goals.

A good leader will start with self-awareness then move to self-management, then to other-awareness, and culminate in other-management. This process is not a linear process, but an interactive process between the four factors above. Some leaders have a good awareness of themselves, their personalities, motivations, and competencies. But sometimes they fail to manage
hemselves, especially regarding their emotions and weaknesses. They lose control, behave inappropriately, want to do everything, and lose their authority.

When you really know yourself, your strengths, and your weaknesses, you will respect others. Daniel Goleman, in his extensive research on leadership failure, said, "When I compared star performers with average people in top leadership positions, nearly 90 percent of the difference lies in emotional intelligence, not cognitive factors". Therefore, self-leadership is very important if you want to be an effective leader. One of the elements of self-leadership is an understanding of our character or personality type.

Do you know your personality type? Do you tend to be organized and schedule? Or do you tend to flow without strict planning? Are you excited when you are around other people? Or are you more energized when you are alone? Whatever your personality type, this will affect your life, including in the world of work.

In this two-day program, you will be invited to find and understand the personality type and personality types of other people. By understanding your personality type and those around you, you will understand how to communicate better, how to manage conflict, and motivate others better.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand personality traits of yourself and others, including things that make you more excited or more depressed�
  • Understand the things that make you more excited (energizers) or more depressed (stressors)�
  • Knowing possible conflicts that could occur, in order to open up connected communications�
  • Understand the strengths and weaknesses of each personality type.�

Learning Coverage

  1. Understand yourself and others, normal times and times of crisis�
  2. Understand the causes of interpersonal conflict�
  3. Techniques to build connected online communication�
  4. Individual Contribution to the Team.�

Learning Method

  • Synchronous Online Learning
    Online learning using Zoom
  • MBTI Self-Assessment
    Test to assess your personality, how you behave in the workplace, how you prefer to interact with others, and many more.
  • Group Discussion (Breakout Room).
    Discussion session between few participants, where you can work together and collaborate to discover new ideas and perspectives on the topic.

Instructor

  • Mawar Sheila
  • Wahyuningsih
  • M.A Endang Tatiana�
  • Ruben Saragih

Participants

  • Every individual in the organization
  • Professionals, whether those who have subordinates and those who do not have subordinates
  • Those who have a concern to understand the condition of themselves and others.

Self leadership is designed to understand our strengths and weaknesses is often the key to success. The success or failure of a leader starts from how he/ she understands himself/ herself. Even someone who does not lead others is basically self-leading. Because leadership, in essence, is an art that starts with yourself

There are four aspects to self-leadership:

  • Self-awareness: a person's ability to acknowledge, understand and realize his own strengths and weaknesses
  • Self-management: the ability to manage and utilize strengths, and improve weaknesses
  • Other-awareness: the ability to acknowledge and understand the strengths, weaknesses, potentials, and needs of others
  • Other-management: the ability to develop and motivate others according to their abilities and potential in order to achieve organizational goals.

A good leader will start with self-awareness then move to self-management, then to other-awareness, and culminate in other-management. This process is not a linear process, but an interactive process between the four factors above. Some leaders have a good awareness of themselves, their personalities, motivations, and competencies. But sometimes they fail to manage
hemselves, especially regarding their emotions and weaknesses. They lose control, behave inappropriately, want to do everything, and lose their authority.

When you really know yourself, your strengths, and your weaknesses, you will respect others. Daniel Goleman, in his extensive research on leadership failure, said, "When I compared star performers with average people in top leadership positions, nearly 90 percent of the difference lies in emotional intelligence, not cognitive factors". Therefore, self-leadership is very important if you want to be an effective leader. One of the elements of self-leadership is an understanding of our character or personality type.

Do you know your personality type? Do you tend to be organized and schedule? Or do you tend to flow without strict planning? Are you excited when you are around other people? Or are you more energized when you are alone? Whatever your personality type, this will affect your life, including in the world of work.

In this two-day program, you will be invited to find and understand the personality type and personality types of other people. By understanding your personality type and those around you, you will understand how to communicate better, how to manage conflict, and motivate others better.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand personality traits of yourself and others, including things that make you more excited or more depressed�
  • Understand the things that make you more excited (energizers) or more depressed (stressors)�
  • Knowing possible conflicts that could occur, in order to open up connected communications�
  • Understand the strengths and weaknesses of each personality type.�

Learning Coverage

  1. Understand yourself and others, normal times and times of crisis�
  2. Understand the causes of interpersonal conflict�
  3. Techniques to build connected online communication�
  4. Individual Contribution to the Team.�

Learning Method

  • Synchronous Online Learning
    Online learning using Zoom
  • MBTI Self-Assessment
    Test to assess your personality, how you behave in the workplace, how you prefer to interact with others, and many more.
  • Group Discussion (Breakout Room).
    Discussion session between few participants, where you can work together and collaborate to discover new ideas and perspectives on the topic.

Instructor

  • Mawar Sheila
  • Wahyuningsih
  • M.A Endang Tatiana�
  • Ruben Saragih

Participants

  • Every individual in the organization
  • Professionals, whether those who have subordinates and those who do not have subordinates
  • Those who have a concern to understand the condition of themselves and others.
Prasetiya Mulya Executive Learning Institute
Prasetiya Mulya Cilandak Campus, Building 2, #2203
Jl. R.A Kartini (TB. Simatupang), Cilandak Barat, Jakarta 12430
Indonesia
Prasetiya Mulya Executive Learning Institute
Prasetiya Mulya Cilandak Campus, Building 2, #2203
Jl. R.A Kartini (TB. Simatupang), Cilandak Barat,
Jakarta 12430
Indonesia