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A summary of slides presented at a workshop for international school leaders at the EARCOS Conference in Bangkok October 2013. These slides show the importance of SANE Leadership as a differentiator ...

A summary of slides presented at a workshop for international school leaders at the EARCOS Conference in Bangkok October 2013. These slides show the importance of SANE Leadership as a differentiator for leaders in the future.

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    Global Leadership: Navigating Leadership for the Future Global Leadership: Navigating Leadership for the Future Presentation Transcript

    • Global Leadership: Navigating Leadership for the Future Dr Cheryl Doig
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    • …a dynamic of experimentation and innovation… www.ideacreation.org
    • Leadership Global trends Context   hindsight – insight - foresight www.thinkbeyond.co.nz  
    • Deep Dive
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    • Collective Intelligence Explains a groups performance on a wide variety of tasks Collective intelligence is not strongly correlated with the average of maximum individual intelligence of group members Factors that were important: •  •  average social sensitivity (the ability to read and understand the emotion of others) of group members, the quality in distribution of conversational turn-taking. Ringleb, Rock, Conser - “NeuroLeadership in 2010”
    • 1. BYOD/WYOD 2. MOOCs 3. 3D printing 4. Robotics 5. Learning analytics 6. Augmented memory www.thinkbeyond.co.nz  
    • Surgery Minders “People get bored, people get headaches. Computers don’t,” said Bill Herr, a lawyer who used to work for a chemical company. Telepresence Teachers Prison guards 15 www.thinkbeyond.co.nz
    • Change was linear   Pre-­‐planned  and   predictable  steps     Proven  solution   Fine-­‐tune     and  embed   Roll  out   Scale  up   Train   Adopt  proven  ideas   Need  and  vision   www.ideacreation.org   RESPOND   ANALYSE   SENSE  
    • but change has changed Scale  up   PROBE   Assess  responses     and  fine-­‐tune   SENSE   Launch  multiple   experiments   RESPOND   Pilot   Foster  collective   PD…   intelligence   AI   Need  and  vision   www.ideacreation.org  
    • SANE 19   copyright  2013   www.thinkbeyond.co.nz  
    • •  Mindfulness •  Awareness of self and influence on others •  Presence •  Personal time flow •  Technology as a part not as a whole http://www.uws.edu.au/newscentre/news_centre/more_news_stories4/ technology_harming_family_life_blame_the_parents www.thinkbeyond.co.nz  
    • http://scoop.intel.com/what-happens-in-an-internet-minute/
    • •  Mindfulness   •  Understanding  self  and   impact  on  others   •  Presence   •  Ability  to  disconnect   •  Technology  as  a  part  not   as  the  whole  
    • •  Design thinking empathy, listening, inquiring •  Agile leadership •  Complexity •  Contextual •  Celebrating diversity www.thinkbeyond.co.nz  
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    • Leading  Change   COMPLEX COMPLICATED Multiple connected but Multiple predictable cause and unpredictable interactions effect interactions Decisions are uncertain and Decisions require expert knowledge only apparent in retrospect CHAOS SIMPLE Multiple disconnected Simple cause and effect interactions interactions Decisions need to be made Decisions are obvious quickly www.thinkbeyond.co.nz   David  Snowden  -­‐  The  Cynefin  Framework  
    • Courage to fall Death Different curricula Different ways of thinking Distress Complexity Managers-Owners Collaboration One dimensional thinking Co-creation Identifying patterns www.thinkbeyond.co.nz Empathy Maintain Connection
    • Designing for the learner creaKveconfidence.com   hLp://www.openideo.com/open/creaKve-­‐confidence/ inspiraKon/  
    • hLp://padlet.com/wall/yourleadersquesKon  
    • •  Relationships •  Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) •  Crossfunctional teams •  Collaboration •  Crowdsourcing •  Outwards-inwards lens hLp://www.thinkbeyond.co.nz/    Tensions  in  a  Team  example  of  crowdsourcing  
    • 90% of all IT purchases by 2020 not from official IT department http://pro.gigaom.com/blog/shadow-it-is-growing-because-everything-is-it/
    • Collaboration http://padlet.com/wall/chchclusters www.thinkbeyond.co.nz  
    • Give one Get one http://www.flinthill.org/hm-blog/project-zero/ www.thinkbeyond.co.nz  
    • Leaders’ Challenge •  Slideshare •  Pinterest •  Linkedin •  Scoopit •  Youtube •  Instagram •  Diigo http://answergarden.ch/view/72625 •  Todaysmeet •  Trello •  Voicethread •  Evernote •  Livebinder •  Padlet •  Answergarden www.thinkbeyond.co.nz  
    • Leadership as being not doing Community service Problem Based Learning Global projects Attracting and maintaining talent through personal and organisational behaviours •  Triple bottom line •  •  •  •  •  www.thinkbeyond.co.nz  
    • • Cybercrim e • $1 trillion BYOD NZ 2012 130 cyber-attacks were reported against critical infrastructure and Government targets in New Zealand in 2012 Cooperation Passwords can be cracked in 5 hours Resiliency: Prevent - Detect - Respond Deloitte sixth annual global Cyber Security Survey http://reseller.co.nz/reseller.nsf/inews/companies-still-unprepared-for-cyber-attacks-deloitte
    • • Cybercrim e • $1 trillion BYOD NZ 2012 130 cyber-attacks were reported against critical infrastructure and Government targets in New Zealand in 2012 Cooperation Passwords can be cracked in 5 hours Resiliency: Prevent - Detect - Respond Deloitte sixth annual global Cyber Security Survey http://reseller.co.nz/reseller.nsf/inews/companies-still-unprepared-for-cyber-attacks-deloitte
    • SANE 37   copyright  2013   www.thinkbeyond.co.nz  
    • Plus Delta
    • To  be  a  teacher  you  need  to  be  a  prophet  –  we  are  preparing   children  for  a  world  that  does  not  exist  yet.     –  Peter  Senge  ACEL  Conference,  Adelaide  2011   ©Think  Beyond  Ltd  2011                  Cartoon  by  David  Fletcher  
    • Preferred future Possible futures Expected future 40   40 Growth Mindset Pinned future www.thinkbeyond.co.nz  
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    • www.thinkbeyond.co.nz/ c.doig@thinkbeyond.co.nz @cheryldoig  
    • Extra Resources PKM: http://www.jarche.com/2013/10/pkm-in-34-pieces/ Human Memory is so 2012: http://www.fastcompany.com/3017216/meet-your-futurememory-the-internet Creative Confidence: http://blog.creativeconfidence.com/post/61059912566/girllearns-to-dance-in-a-year-more-at We also suggest you download Knowmad Society – a free book that explores the future of learning, work, and how we relate with each other in this emerging paradigm. www.thinkbeyond.co.nz