Leading With
and Without Authority
Bret L. Simmons, Ph.D.
GE Women’s Network
March 5, 2014
www.bretlsimmons.com
http://www.slideshare.net/BretLSimmons
Leadership
Leading with
authority
Leading without
authority
The Process of Leadership
Assume responsibility for the choice to
engage with others and use your
influence to pursue subs...
The Process of Leadership
Assume responsibility for the choice to
engage with others and use your
influence to pursue subs...
Integrity
Primary Source
Reciprocity Styles
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

LOW

Apathetic

Selfless:
Selfsacrificing
givers

HIGH

Selfish:
Takers

Otheris...
Leading with and without authority
Leading with and without authority
Leading with and without authority
Leading with and without authority
Leading with and without authority
Leading with and without authority
Leading with and without authority
Leading with and without authority
Leading with and without authority
Leading with and without authority
Leading with and without authority
Leading with and without authority
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  1. 1. Leading With and Without Authority Bret L. Simmons, Ph.D. GE Women’s Network March 5, 2014
  2. 2. www.bretlsimmons.com http://www.slideshare.net/BretLSimmons
  3. 3. Leadership
  4. 4. Leading with authority
  5. 5. Leading without authority
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. 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 What is the hardest choice you have to make when you participate in this process?
  8. 8. Integrity
  9. 9. Primary Source
  10. 10. Reciprocity Styles Taker, Matcher, or Giver
  11. 11. Takers view success as attaining results that are superior to others
  12. 12. Matchers see success in terms of balancing individual accomplishments with fairness to others
  13. 13. Givers characterize success as individual achievements that have a positive impact on others
  14. 14. How you give determines if you will achieve long term success or languish at the bottom
  15. 15. Concern for Other’s Interests LOW HIGH LOW Apathetic Selfless: Selfsacrificing givers HIGH Selfish: Takers Otherish: Successful Givers Concern for SelfInterest
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