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  • SESSION 3COLLABORATION
  • INTERACTIVE SESSION
  • RECAP SESSIONS 1 AND 2• Leadership (models, levels, good/ bad)• Social Change (v/s charity, challenges)• Root Cause Analysis• Citizenship (Citoyenneté + Civisme)• JFK Speech• Communities (bridging and bonding)• Sketch on good and bad citizenship
  • Managers LeadersDeal with status quo Initiate changeWork in the system Create systemsReact Create opportunitiesControl risks InnovateEnforce rules Formulate new rulesSeek / follow directions Provide vision / directionControl people Motivate peopleCoordinate activities Energise / inspire peopleGive instructions Coach, create self-leaders
  • 5 levels of LeadershipI. Position: Rights - People follow you because they have to.II. Permission: Relationships - People follow because they want to.III. Production: Results - People follow because of what you have done for the country/ organization / team.IV. People Development: Reproduction - People follow because of what you have done for them.V. Personhood: Respect - People follow because of who you are and what you represent.
  • “If leaders are to be successful, they must first lead themselves.” (John Maxwell)
  • Kolb Model
  • AFTER SESSIONS 1 AND 2• Has your understanding of Leadership changed?• Do you have a clearer picture of what the LDP is about?• What are your expectations from the LDP?• Do you feel you have started to change?
  • JFK SPEECHask not what your country can do for you;ask what you can do for your country
  • DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
  • SESSION 3 Collaboration
  • OBJECTIVES OF SESSION 3• By the end of this session participants will be able to demonstrate a clear understanding of the following concepts as they apply to leadership in the Social Change Model (SCM) – Collaboration – Competition, Cooperation, Compromise – Effectiveness of Diversity – Pre-requisites for effective collaboration – Link with other C’s
  • THE MODEL Group Values • Collaboration • Common Purpose • Controversy with Civility CHANGE• Conscience of Self • Citizenship• Congruence• CommitmentIndividual Values Society / Community Values
  • WHAT ISCOLLABORATION?
  • COLLABORATION• Collaboration – The social change model defines collaboration as, “working together toward common goals by sharing responsibility, authority, and accountability in achieving these goals.”
  • COLLABORATIONNot to be confused with…• Competition – Work hard to do better than others• Co-operation – helps each party to achieve its own individual goals, not common goals• Compromise – involves a party losing something in order to accomplish goals
  • COLLABORATIONIs about…• Common Aims, Vision• Sharing Responsibility, Commitment• Focusing on Talents, Synergy…in order to DO something!
  • DIVERSITY• Diversity is an essential part of collaboration and multiplies group effectiveness by taking advantage of multiple talents and points of view to generate innovative ideas and solutions.• Need for bridging …
  • DIVERSITY• Individuals of diverse backgrounds bring unique values, learning styles, opinions and attitudes to a group.• Although challenges may arise, the benefits outweigh them significantly.
  • MAKING IT WORK• Personal Work – understanding one’s own values and beliefs as well as developing Consciousness of Self
  • MAKING IT WORK• Building Trust – informal exploring (getting to know other people’s values and backgrounds), – sharing ownership (members must take control of the leadership process), – celebrating success (helps promote energy and renewal), – creating powerful, shared experiences to bolster group goals
  • MAKING IT WORK• Communicating – Listening – Paying attention to what others have to say – Communicating Early and Clearly – Using Observations
  • LINKS WITH THE 6 C’S
  • The Model
  • INTERACTIVE SESSION
  • BREAK
  • INTERACTIVE SESSION
  • INTERACTIVE SESSION Prisoners’ Dilemma
  • The purpose of the gameTo create an awareness of:• The importance of trust and how trust can be lost - particularly the fact that trust is relational, it is affected by what happens BETWEEN people not simply by what one side does;• The effects of competitive behaviour on the possibilities for collaboration;
  • The purpose of the game• The importance of clarifying goals in advance and getting trust and collaboration from all concerned at the outset.• Experiences and feelings that are hard to talk about but important to recognise as factors in creating effective collaboration.• How important is trust and what damages it?• How often do we behave as if others have to lose for us to win? In what situations? Why? How can learn to recognise opportunities for win-win solutions?
  • COLLABORATIONNot to be confused with…• Competition – Work hard to do better than others• Co-operation – helps each party to achieve its own individual goals, not common goals• Compromise – involves a party losing something in order to accomplish goals
  • COLLABORATIONIs about…• Common Aims, Vision• Sharing Responsibility, Commitment• Focusing on Talents, Synergy…in order to DO something!
  • Q&AFEEDBACK