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  • The Choices of Leadership Bret L. Simmons, Ph.D. Presentation for TMCC May 2, 2014
  • Agenda • Introductions • Tell me what you know • The process of leadership • Exercise on choices • My thoughts on choices • Your questions
  • Introductions • Name • Three words 1. Professional ($$) 2. Personal (how you describe yourself) 3. Relational (how others describe you)
  • Let’s Talk Leadership • What are you absolutely certain about? • What are still uncertain about?
  • The Process of Leadership Assume responsibility for the choice to engage with others and use your influence to pursue substantive changes that advance a shared purpose
  • Assume responsibility for the choice to engage with others and use your influence to pursue substantive changes that advance a shared purpose List the choices you have to make when you participate in this process?
  • Assume responsibility for the choice to engage with others and use your influence to pursue substantive changes that advance a shared purpose What is the hardest choice you have to make when you participate in this process?
  • Integrity
  • Reciprocity Style Taker, Matcher, or Giver
  • Takers view success as attaining results that are superior to others
  • Matchers see success in terms of balancing individual accomplishments with fairness to others
  • Givers characterize success as individual achievements that have a positive impact on others
  • How you give determines if you will achieve long term success or languish at the bottom
  • Concern for Other’s Interests LOW HIGH Concern for Self- Interest LOW Apathetic Selfless: Self- sacrificing givers HIGH Selfish: Takers Otherish: Successful Givers
  • Relationships Motivation Learning
  • The Choices of Leadership Bret L. Simmons, Ph.D. Presentation for TMCC May 2, 2015