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Presented by Jane Arsenault of FIO Partners, LLC at the "Power of Partnering" Session held in November 2009

Presented by Jane Arsenault of FIO Partners, LLC at the "Power of Partnering" Session held in November 2009

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  • 1. Power of Partnering
    Jane arsenault, mba
    Fio partners, llc
    Surviving the Tough Decisions
  • 2. Coping Strategies
  • 3. Coping Strategies
  • 4. Impact on Relationships
  • 5.
  • 6.
  • 7. Maintain Organizational Cohesion as Change Occurs
  • 8. Strategic Management Model
    Board of Directors
    Task #2
    Design or re-design the core
    Executive Leadership
    Task #1
    Align leadership on vision, mission, values, elements of strategic management
    Relational
    Strategy
    Programmatic
    Strategy
    Systems Participation
    Fund
    Development
    Marketing/
    Public Relations
    Program Goals
    Strategies
    Tactics
    Outcomes
    Leadership
    Core
    Safeguards and Support
    Organization Improvements
    Task #3
    Create or adjust supports and safeguards
    Financial Management
    Information Management
    Human Resources
    Risk Management
    Physical Plant
    Organizational Climate
    Quality
    Assurance
    Organizational
    Learning
    Task #4
    Enact ways to improve the organization
    All four tasks take place with continuous input and interaction with the organization’s environment.
  • 9. HOW AN ORGANIZATION CHOOSES TO MANAGE ITS INTERACTIONS with
    Organizations that create or publish information about your field of service, including accrediting
    bodies
    Membership organizations at the national, state or local level that advocate for issues related to your program areas
    ORGANIZATIONS THAT REGULATE AND/OR FUND THE SERVICES YOU PROVIDE
    Agencies with whom you compete for consumers and who provide the same or similar services
    Agencies to whom your agency refers consumers for allied services
    Agencies who refer consumers to your programs for allied services
    Systems Participation
  • 10. Continue to Manage Change
  • 11. William Bridges: Transitions
    Three-Phase Model
    Endings
    Neutral Zone
    Beginnings
  • 12. William Bridges: Transitions
    Endings
    Every transition begins with an ending
    Each of us develops our own response to endings
    Disengagment, Dismantling, Disidentification, Disenchantment, Disorientation
    You must experience
    an ending!!
  • 13. William Bridges: Transitions
    Neutral Zone
    • Defined as the period that lies between endings and beginnings – “a nowhere between two somewheres”
    • 14. Can be a difficult time…but also creative!
    • 15. Old habits are extinguished, and new ones are created
  • William Bridges: Transitions
    Beginnings
    • Similar to endings, each individual has their own style to beginnings
    • 16. Can be new relationships, place, project - or state of mind
    • 17. The ending makes the beginning possible
  • Manage Morale Issues
  • 18. William Bridges: Transitions
    Three-Phase Model
    Endings
    Neutral Zone
    Beginnings
  • 19. Leading Change during…
    Endings
    • Identify Who’s Losing What
    • 20. Accept Reality And Importance Of Subjective Losses
    • 21. Expect and Accept Signs of Grieving
    • 22. Compensate for Losses
    • 23. Give People Information and Do It Again and Again
    • 24. Create Rituals to Mark Endings
    • 25. Connect Endings with What Really Matters
  • Leading Change through the…
    Neutral Zone
    • Normalize the Neutral Zone
    • 26. Create Temporary Systems for the Neutral Zone
    • 27. Strengthen Intragroup Connections
    • 28. Use a Transition Monitoring Team – the “Beat” Team
    • 29. Use the Neutral Zone Creatively
  • Cultivate You Own Skill Set
  • 30. Support the people who remain
  • 31. Don’t confuse the ends and the means
  • 32. Know when to fold
  • 33. Know when and how to fight
  • 34. Know when and how to make tough calls
  • 35. Know how to shrink
  • 36. Play well with others/ make friends quickly
  • 37. Control your own destiny
  • 38. Jane arsenault
    jane@fiopartners.com
    www.fiopartners.com
    Q & A