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  • The American landscape is rapidly changing. One has only to look around and you will see a kaleidoscope of national origins, religions, ethnicities, races, and cultures. Leading in today’s multicultural business environment presents challenges not experienced a generation ago. The skills that leaders utilized have to be updated so that they can lead in the new reality of today’s academia and workplace.
  • Coaching DefinedThe goal of a coach is to bring out the possibilities in a player.Coaching is the art and practice of inspiring, energizing, and facilitating the performance, learning and development of  the player. (Myles Downey7)  Each word in this definition is a key word:art – though there is science to coaching, coaching is an art in the sense that "when practiced with excellence, there is no attention on the technique: the coach is fully engaged with the player and the process of coaching becomes a dance between two people, conversationally moving in complete harmony and partnership. At this point the intelligence, intuition and imagination of the coach become a valuable contribution - rather than being interference for the player."7inspiring – coaching is about helping the player to unlock his or her true potential through raising awareness, inspiring new ideas and encouraging creativity. energizing – coaching is about energizing the player through effective communication, soliciting suggestions, and building a can-do attitudefacilitating – implies that the player has the capacity to have an insight or creative idea and to think something through for himselfperformance – anything a coach says or does should be driven by the intention to improve performance, i.e. to achieve greater effectiveness or efficiency of the playerlearning – refers to a broader domain, how to approach a task or master a new technology; looking beyond immediate objectives, the future performance of the organization depends on learningdevelopment – refers to personal growth and greater self-awareness.7

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  • Becoming a Worthy Leader: Who am I here for?
    The skills needed to lead as you learn,
    an interactive session
    Garfinkel-SBCC-Region VI of the SSCCC
  • The take home
    Self-Management
    Effective Communication
    Strategic Leadership
    Managing Change
    Organizational Influence
    Ethics
    Leading Teams
    Power of Cultural Competence
    Coaching for Results
    Make your own Plan
  • Self-Management: understanding personality styles and their influence on meetings, decision making and interpersonal communication
    Personalities:Introvert, Extravert, Sensing, Reasoning, Messy, Organized, Maximum, Minimum, Leaders, Followers, Goal, Journey
    Communication/Interaction: Conflicts, Events, Rejection, Comfort Levels, Common Sense vs. Intellect
    Always ask, “Who am I here for”? If the answer is yourself, you should not lead.
  • Strategic Leadership, providing vision and direction for growth; formulating and executing strategy
    Establishing a Mission
    Setting Common Goals
    Listening to the Meaning
    Identify Strengths and Weaknesses
    As simple as What, When, Why and How
    Who are you here for?
  • Managing Change: effectively anticipating, responding to and facilitating change
    Can you roll with the punches?
    Keep a Weather Eye Out.
    Who is “In The Know” and How are They?
    Lesson of The Willow Tree- Bend Don’t Brake
    Get an Apron or Get Out of The Kitchen.
    Who are you here for?
  • Organizational Influence: leading up, down and across to create powerful alignments and internal/external networks
    Us vs. Them
    Know your past to anticipate your future
    Listen to your neighbors
    Local, Regional, Statewide, National
    Social Media
    City Council/County Board
    Who are you here for?
  • Ethics: leading ethically in any organization
    What do you stand for?
    What are the values you will exemplify?
    How do your actions reflect on the group?
    Does your public off time interfere with your work/service?
    Servant leadership
    Morals Vs. Ethics
    Who are you here for?
  • Leading Teams: identifying and applying key characteristics of high performance teams
    Who are your roll models?
    Goldilocks’ lesson
    Matching personalities
    Matching skill sets
    Training vs. teaching methodologies
    Who are you here for?
  • Power of Cultural Competence: developing cross-cultural competence and adaptability
    What are the cultural norms and differences between your group and your international students?
    What is the case for cultural competence?
    What is culture?
    How to communicate across cultural boundaries.
    How cultural etiquette can impact you.
    Lessons of the Bombay McDonalds
    Who are you here for?
  • Coaching for Results: learning and practicing leadership coaching skills
    As a leader you are there to serve, and one way to do that is by not dictating, but by coaching.
    The ART of coaching, Advocate, Reason, Team
    Listen to your team and effectively communicate.
    Inspire creative solutions.
    Facilitate & advocate the ideas of your members.
    Learn to accomplish new tasks and ideas
    Develop strategies that benefit the group and the individuals in it.
    Ask yourself, Who are you here for?
  • Make your own plan: Setting goals as a group and working together!
    Sit down before you begin your year, and take the opportunity to just talk.
    Listen to everyones’ ideas for your group
    Identify common themes
    Establish plans of attack for those goals
    Assign project leaders and support teams
    Be kind to each other and work together to accomplish your goals!
    Ask yourselves and each other: Who are we here for?
  • This Presentation was written by
    Ms. “Atty” Garfinkel for training purposes only.
    For Santa Barbara City College’s ASG
    and Region VI of the SSCCC
    Summer 2011 Training conference.
    All rights reserved by the region.