Behaviour: Biggest Asset and Biggest Risk

905 views
806 views

Published on

Arthur Shelley presentation to PMI October 2011 on leveraging behaviour as an asset whilst leading the behavioural environment to mitigate risks. A fun but insightful way to engage constructive dialogue about trust, people and relationships.

Published in: Education, Technology, Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
905
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
35
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
7
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Behaviour: Biggest Asset and Biggest Risk

  1. 1. © Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Just because projects are serious doesn’t mean we can’t have fun!<br />Why Behaviour can be your Biggest Asset and your Biggest Risk<br />Arthur Shelley<br />PMI Melbourne Chapter: 25 October, 2011<br />
  2. 2. Why is behaviour important to your business?<br />© Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Inspiring<br />Confidence<br />Investing<br />Trustworthy<br />Engaging<br />Visioning<br />Strategic Navigation<br />Futuring<br />Networked Intelligence<br />Passion<br />Brand Resonance<br />Humility<br />Challenging<br />Drives Outcomes<br />Deep Design<br />Social Awareness<br />Partnering<br />Risk taking<br />Communicating<br />Innovative<br />Knowledge Sharing<br />Change Integration<br />Advocacy<br />Persistence<br />Self Awareness<br />Coaching<br />Aggression<br />Thinking<br />Decision making<br />SelfDevelopment<br />Reciprocity<br />Risk Awareness<br />SayingYES!<br />Saying NO!<br />Enthusiasm<br />Mentoring<br />Collaborating<br />Observing<br />Listening<br />Trusting<br />Curiosity<br />
  3. 3. So why don’t we actively manage behaviour to be more effective?<br />© Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Socially difficult to discuss<br />Stressful to communicate<br />Hidden Elephant in the room<br />“Leopard doesn’t change their spots anyway <br />Politically incorrect<br />“They just wouldn’t get it”<br />Lack of persistence<br />Would only create more issues<br />Conflict averse<br />Don’t want to upset people!<br />Lack of leadership<br />Not trying!<br />Just don’t know where to start!<br />ReflectObservePlanApplyReflect<br />Self/professional Development<br />Enthusiasm<br />Risk Awareness<br />Reciprocity<br />Coaching<br />Collaborating<br />Trusting<br />EncourageCuriosity<br />Mentoring<br />Listening<br />Developing a constructive open and emergent culture<br />
  4. 4. © Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Conversations that Matter<br />
  5. 5. © Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Lion<br /><ul><li>Aggressive
  6. 6. Command and Control
  7. 7. Territorial
  8. 8. Charismatic or ego-driven
  9. 9. Leads by fear</li></ul>Zoo Leadership Styles<br />
  10. 10. © Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Eagle<br /><ul><li>Inspirational
  11. 11. Above the mire
  12. 12. Great long range vision
  13. 13. Rapid action on opportunities
  14. 14. Great instinct
  15. 15. Strategic
  16. 16. Leads strategically with vision</li></ul>Zoo Leadership Styles<br />
  17. 17. © Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Hyena<br /><ul><li>Decision making
  18. 18. Action orientation
  19. 19. Delivery under pressure
  20. 20. Innovative sourcing and application of resources
  21. 21. Leads output generation</li></ul>Zoo Leadership Styles<br />
  22. 22. © Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Unicorn<br /><ul><li>“Perfect”
  23. 23. Grip on reality?
  24. 24. Reliability?
  25. 25. Thinkthey lead everyone</li></ul>Zoo Leadership Styles<br />
  26. 26. © Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Bee<br /><ul><li>Collaborative
  27. 27. Assumes specific role
  28. 28. Everything for the hive
  29. 29. Leads teamwork</li></ul>Zoo Leadership Styles<br />
  30. 30. © Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Gibbon<br /><ul><li>Social leadership
  31. 31. Morale and enthusiasm
  32. 32. Relationships and culture
  33. 33. Defuse tension
  34. 34. Leads social capital</li></ul>Zoo Leadership Styles<br />
  35. 35. Choose your animal appropriately<br />Behaviour is YOUR choice<br />The more versatile you can be and the better you understand and relate to others, the more successful you will be.<br />© Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />
  36. 36. Reflection: Behavioural Profiling<br />© Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br /><ul><li>Select 5 characters you like most about your Boss
  37. 37. Select 5 characters your like least about your Boss
  38. 38. Discuss strengths and weakness of this profile</li></ul>?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />
  39. 39. Relationships and Performance<br />© Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />
  40. 40. © Arthur Shelley 2009 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Behavioural diversity and Matching<br />
  41. 41. © Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Zoo Metaphor for team building<br />Team dynamics assessment<br />What does your team look like?<br />Do you have the right balance of behaviours to deliver?<br />
  42. 42. © Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Zoo Role Play: Cards exercise<br />Set out a role play sequence<br />Think about the behavioural characteristics<br />Write the most probable interaction<br />Write at least two alternative outcomes<br />Write a title which reflects each outcome<br />Act out the role play with your partner<br />Think about body language and tone<br />What most impacted the (un)desired outcome<br />What can be learnt from your mini-play?<br />?<br />?<br />!<br />?<br />
  43. 43. © Arthur Shelley 2009 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Conversation?<br />Ideas?<br /> Thoughts?<br /> Challenges?<br /> Heckles?<br />Your Project<br />GAME?<br />
  44. 44. © Arthur Shelley 2011 under Creative Commons License. Available for public use provided source is acknowledged. Permission of the author required for commercial use.<br />Contact<br />Arthur Shelley<br />arthur@organizationalzoo.com<br />FREE behavioural profile<br />www.organizationalzoo.com/profiler<br />Insights into behaviours<br />www.organizationalzoo.com/blog<br />www.organizationalzoo.com/Ambassadors<br />Consulting and mentoring<br />www.intelligentanswers.com.au<br />Ph +61 413 047 408 <br />@Metaphorage<br />#OrgZoo<br />18<br />

×