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We live in complex times, where there are often many choices and no clear path to follow. This presentation explores critical capabilities that leaders will need to thrive in a networked, global ...

We live in complex times, where there are often many choices and no clear path to follow. This presentation explores critical capabilities that leaders will need to thrive in a networked, global environment.

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    • Global  Footprints:  Naviga2ng   Leadership  for  the  future   Dr  Cheryl  Doig   @cheryldoig   h/p://thinkbeyond.co.nz/leadership/nsw/  
    • 10,000+  a@ershocks   23 Dec 2011 5.8 18  months  in  Christchurch…  
    • Chch  City   Mall  The  changing   songlines  
    • Restart  Mall  
    • DDI  •  Leadership  Development  •  Talent  Management    •  Management  InnovaKon  h/p://www.ddiworld.com/glf2011  Social  Capital:  Building  collaboraKve    cultures  within  and  across  schools  -­‐Michael  Fullan  h/p://www.cse.edu.au/PublicaKons1.aspx  
    • Boundary  Spanning  Leadership  •  “Capability  to  establish  direcKon,  alignment  and   commitment  across  boundaries  in  service  of  a   higher  vision  or  goal.”  •  (2008-­‐9  study)  128  senior  execuKves  •  86%  said  it  was  extremely  important  to  work   effecKvely  across  boundaries  -­‐  only  7%  felt  they   were  very  effecKve  in  doing  so…  •  h/p://www.ccl.org/leadership/pdf/research/ BoundarySpanningLeadership.pdf  
    • Future  Leadership  CapabiliKes   Marshall  Goldsmith  §  Thinking  globally  §  Cross  cultural  diversity  §  Technological  savvy  §  Building  alliances  and   partnerships  §  Sharing  leadership  §  Learning  agility   h/p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0ARtWgAEvs&feature=related    
    • Leadership  for     An  iteraKve  the  future   AdapKve   model…   Ethical   RelaKonships   Contextual   Networked   and   Behaviors   Self   regulaKng  
    • Self  Regulated  
    • Self  Regulated  •  Leads  self  for  learning  •  Mindfulness  •  The  organising  principle:  Doing  less  -­‐  Not   mulKtasking  •  ProducKvity  v  Kme  Key  influencer:  David  Rock  Key  idea:  Neuroleadership  Key  web  2.0  tools:  Evernote  
    • PosiKonal  power  to  Influence  Away  From       Towards  •  Telling   •  Learning  Talk  •  One  off     •  365  days  of  the  year  •  One  way  (either/or)   •  MulKple  ways  (and/both)  •  Discussion     •  Dialogue  &  Discussion  •  Advocacy   •  Inquiry  and  Advocacy  •  Making  assumpKons   •  Checking  for  understanding  •  Judgment     •  Evidence  
    • The  ACE  of  Influence  
    • Contextual  
    • Contextual  •  Diversity  –  age,  gender,  culture,  language….  •  Biased  followers  •  IntergeneraKonal  staff  and  stakeholders   •  Key  influencer:  David  Livermore   •  Key  idea  :  Cultural  Intelligence   •  Useful  tool:    Project  Implicit   h/ps://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/research/    
    • Culturally  Intelligence  •  Cultural  intelligence  (CQ)  refers  to  the   capabiliity  of  individuals  to  funcKon  effecKvely   in  mulKcultural  contexts.     Earley  &  Ang  (2003)     We  tend  to  be  more  able  to  more  readily  decode  the   mental  states  of  others  in  social  groups  closest  to  us;   thus,  relaKve  to  those  outside  the  group,  we  would   have  an  intra-­‐cultural  advantage.   Ringleb,  Rock,  Conser  -­‐  “NeuroLeadership  in  2010”  
    • Feb  2011   150,000   11,000   80%   12,000   14%  31%   >  billion  dollars     207/215  a  nd  rebuild  62  schools  require  major  repairs  
    • From  East  011  West   Feb  2 to   150,000   to  Australia!   Welcome   11,000   80%   10,000  surplus  learner   12,000   spaces   14%  31%   Restore  or  renew  and   >  btransform?     illion  dollars   207/215  a  nd  rebuild  62  schools  require  major  repairs  
    • AdapKve    Landmarks  and  waterholes…the  songlines  are  altered…  
    • AdapKve  •  Flexible  •  Agile  •  Conflict  •  Managing  polariKes   •  Key  influencer:  Heifetz,  Grashow  &  Linsky   •  Key  idea:  AdapKve  Leadership   •  Key  tool:  h/ps://vimeo.com/13117695  
    • ©Think  Beyond  Ltd  2011                  Cartoon  by  David  Fletcher  
    • Changing   Landscape  •  Trauma  •  Roll  drop  •  Staffing  loss    •  Property  damage  •  CollaboraKon  •  CommunicaKon  •  PossibiliKes   thinking  
    • And-­‐both  thinking  
    • CONTRIBUTIONS  CHART   Quake  redundancies   Damaged  schools   Quake  behaviours     and  traumas   Lack  of  certainty   about  which  schools   will  remain  open  Parent  expectaKons   Workload   NaKonal  Standards   Performance  pay   Self  managing  schools   Changes  to  special  needs   Charter  schools   Increased   class  sizes  
    • CONTRIBUTIONS  CHART   -­‐flexible,  adaptable,  choice,  collaboraKvely   Local  schools,  local  decisions   develop,  student  needs  at  the  center,  future   needs  of  students,  different  situaKons  call  for   different  responses   NaKonal  teacher  standards   NaKonal  Curriculum   DevoluKon  Every  student,  every  school  –  learning  support  for  disabled,  learning  difficulKes  and  behavior   Gonski  Review  
    • ©Think  Beyond  Ltd  2011                  Cartoon  by  David  Fletcher  
    • Networked  
    • Networked  •  CollaboraKon  is  key  •  CollecKve  intelligence  •  Sharism  -­‐  Isaac  Mao    •  Share  more  gain  more  •  Heterarchy,  wirearchy,    •  ConnecKvism  •  AmplificaKon  of  ideas  •  Key  influencer:    Mal  Lee  &  Glenn  Finger  •  Key  idea:  The  internet  of  things  -­‐  physicist  Michio  Kaku      
    • Collec2ve  Intelligence  Explains  a  groups  performance  on  a  wide  variety  of  tasks     CollecKve  intelligence  is   not  strongly  correlated   with  the  average  of   maximum  individual   intelligence  of  group   members  Factors  that  were  important:   –  average  social  sensiKvity  (the  ability  to  read  and  understand  the   emoKon  of  others)  of  group  members,   –   the  quality  in  distribuKon  of  conversaKonal  turn-­‐taking.   Ringleb,  Rock,  Conser  -­‐  “NeuroLeadership  in  2010”  
    • CollaboraKon   Over  360,000  tonnes  of  liquifacKon  shovelled   Over  75,000  volunteer  hours  h/ps://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dE5xbGYxa1ZGYm1yc2Z3cEhpcEg4WkE6MQ     h/p://tesKngground.samjohnson.co.nz/?page_id=7    
    • Filter  Bubble    We  need  the  internet   to  connect  us  all   together.  We  need  it   to  introduce  us  to  new   ideas  and  new  people   and  different   perspecKves  and  it  is  Cartoon  by  David  Fletcher  ©Think  Beyond  Ltd  2011   not  going  to  do  that  if   it  leaves  us  all  isolated   in  a  web  of  one.   Eli  Parisier   h/p://www.ted.com/talks/eli_pariser_beware_online_filter_bubbles.html  
    •  The  footprints  that  we  leave  now  have   a  compelling  impact  on  the  next   generaKon  of  leaders.    
    • Ethical   RelaKonships   Behaviour   Dilemmas  PolariKes   Conflict   Moral  purpose   Jan  Robertson   h/p://www.icsei.net/icsei2011/Full%20Papers/0181.pdf   Michael  Bezzina    h/p://research.acer.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?arKcle=1013&context=research_conference_2007  
    • Shaking  Up  Christchurch  Educa2on  •  Learner  focused  •  Future  focused  •  System  coherent  •  Sustainable   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  
    • Powerful   Ques2ons  CHALLENGES AHEAD What if… schools in our district wereNO DETOUR responsible for the success of all students, not just their own? Shaking  Up  ChCh  EducaBon  
    • Powerful   Ques2ons  CHALLENGES AHEAD  What  kind  of  NO DETOUR school  would   teenagers  fight   to  get  in  to  not   fight  to  stay   out?   The  Studio  School  
    • Leadership  for     An  iteraKve  the  future   AdapKve   model…   Ethical   RelaKonships   Contextual   Networked   and   Behaviors   Self   regulaKng  
    • Crowdsourcing  business  h/ps://www.innocenKve.com/   h/p://mystarbucksidea.force.com/  
    • Hacking  Your  Own  Educa2on   •  Cloud  compuKng   •  Mobile  apps   •  Social  reading   •  Tablets  compuKng   Read  the  2012  Horizon  Report  
    • Fancy  a  new  job?  • •  Apps   MOOCs     Digital  life  planner    •    3d  prinKng   Online  idenKty  removal  •  HapKcs  •  Nanotechnology    •  Arab  spring    •  BYOD   Lawyer  specialising  in  virtual  •  Neuroleadership   property  •  Virtual  pop  stars  •  Crowdsourcing    •  Hacking  your  educaKon   Freelance  EducaKon  Coordinator  •  Flipped  classrooms    •  Online  words   SyntheKc  sausage  maker  •  Augmented  reality    •  Learning  analy2cs   3-­‐D  Food  Printer  
    • The  songs  must  be  conKnually  sung  to   keep  the  land  alive  
    • www.thinkbeyond.co.nz/ leadership/nsw    c.doig@thinkbeyond.co.nz       Dr  Cheryl  Doig   @cheryldoig    
    • Biased  followers  •  Researchers  have  found  some  universally   desired  leadership  traits  among  followers   everywhere,  such  as  competence,   trustworthiness,  and  decisiveness.  •  The  expectaKons  and  stereotypes  of  followers   influence  our  leadership  •  One  size  does  not  fit  all   h/p://davidlivermore.com/2011/09/09/can-­‐you-­‐really-­‐be-­‐a-­‐global-­‐leader/    
    • Capitalising  on  Complexity  •  Be/er  performers   manage  complexity  •  CreaKvity  is  the  greatest   leadership  quality  needed  •  Most  successful   organisaKons  co-­‐create   products  and  services   with  customers,  and   integrate  customers  into   core  processes   IBM  Global  CEO  Study  2010