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THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete
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THEPAC2014 - Warren Rustand - III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete

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Warren Rustand's Presentation from THEPAC 2014 in Bali on III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete.

Warren Rustand's Presentation from THEPAC 2014 in Bali on III Leadership and the Corporate Athlete.

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  • 1. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A Definition Words and pictures
  • 2. Who I AM Entrepreneurial Core My Unchanging Core: My traits, personality and deepest beliefs. Entrepreneur = “My butt is on the line” Improved by: Self awareness and connection
  • 3. Inner Outer Who I AM Entrepreneurial Core Grow - Mindset Learn - Skillset Self Awareness: The feelings, stories and thinking patterns in my own head. What I pay attention to and integrate. Improved by: Authenticity, Courage & Vulnerability Connection to the World: Communication and Execution, attention to dynamics and processes Improved by: Effort, training and skill development
  • 4. Emotional Intellectual Heart Head Who I AM Entrepreneurial Core EQ: Awareness and management of my own and other’s emotions. Connection to my energy sources. Improved by: Attention, self regulation and maturity IQ: Intellectual processes and disciplines; Goals, strategies and tactics, execution and objective measures of plans to results. Improved by: Effort, training and thoughtfulness
  • 5. Inner Outer Emotional Intellectual Who I AM Entrepreneurial Core What I FEEL How I CONNECT How I ACT What I THINK Heart Head Grow - Mindset Learn - Skillset
  • 6. Inner Outer Emotional Intellectual Who I AM Entrepreneurial Core What I FEEL How I CONNECT How I ACT What I THINK Listening Giving constructive feedback Receiving constructive feedback Coaching Reading body language Presentation skills Public Speaking Recognize/support learning styles Leading through influence Followership Delegating Build Agenda & run meeting Run conference call Hold Peers accountable Developing leadership in others Problem solving Team building Take responsibility for errors Quiet Mind Structuring problems Critical Thinking Awareness & change habits Cognitive awareness & discipline Construct logical arguments Self discipline Focus/retain key details Optimism Confidence Ethics & Values Self Efficacy Humility Self Awareness
  • 7. Inner Outer Emotional Intellectual Who I AM Entrepreneurial Core What I FEEL How I CONNECT How I ACT What I THINK Heart Head Grow - Mindset Learn - Skillset Performance High – I listen and build strong relationships Low - I talk, self absorbed, shallow relationships Performance High – Expert, mature, external Low - Me, unfocused, immature Performance High – Passion, self awareness & regulation Low - Unaware, unregulated emotions Performance High – Elegant execution, do more with less Low - No discipline, fire starting, reactionary
  • 8. Inner Outer Emotional Intellectual Who I AM Entrepreneurial Core What I FEEL How I CONNECT How I ACT What I THINK Heart Head Grow - Mindset Learn - Skillset My Vision “I believe you” The dream Connection to Spirit AIR - gas My Relationships “I like you” The bond Connection to others Fire - plasma My goal “I need you” The result Concrete, measurable, external Earth - solid My Strategy “I understand you” The path The Story in my Head Water - liquid
  • 9. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Entrepreneurial Leadership Warren Rustand
  • 10. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand -Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching Knowing others is intelligence. Knowing yourself is true wisdom. Mastering others is strength. Mastering yourself is true power.
  • 11. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Scholars on leadership, historically: • Predicted by inborn traits • Explained by group behaviors • Process or communication style • Instrument of good achievement • Observable outcomes and results
  • 12. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand No matter the approach by scholars: Agreement! • Leadership is a process – transactional • Leaders influence rather than just direct • Leadership has common purpose – group context • Leadership assumes a shared end goal - outcomes
  • 13. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Scholarly research over 165 years regarding the Trait approach: • Carlyle, 1849 – Great Man Theory • Stodgell, 1948 – Importance of Context • Kerhpotrish, 1991 – Capacity, Motive, Patterns • Zaccero, 2004 – Individual, in diverse situations • Judge, 2009 – Three theoretical perspectives for Traits
  • 14. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand 6 Traits of Leaders • Drive – vigor and persistence • Desire to lead – initiative • Honesty and integrity – internal morals • Self confidence – personal identity • Cognitive ability – IQ/EQ • Knowledge of the business – industry/domain 1980 Boss & Stodgell summarized 3000 books/articles on leadership
  • 15. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Recent literature on entrepreneurial leadership • Alertness to opportunity • Creativity • Trusting • Follow passion • Risk takers
  • 16. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Journey Risk Action Inner Journey: Self Awareness Outer Journey: Skill Development Temperament & Thinking Patterns Brain based skills that develop Belief Systems Universal and personal goals that drive us Detailed Data Sophisticated understanding of relevant information Genetics Our basic settings; stable over time Context Skill in communication & interactions Tactics Understand challenges and devise/choose solutions Personality & Traits Social Awareness Problem Solving Thought Processes Motives & Values Expertise
  • 17. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Risk Inner Journey: Self Awareness Outer Journey: Skill Development Temperament & Thinking Patterns Brain based skills that develop Belief Systems Universal and personal goals that drive us Detailed Data Sophisticated understanding of relevant information Genetics Our basic settings; stable over time Context Skill in communication & interactions Tactics Understand challenges and devise/choose solutions Who I Am How I Interact with Others How I Solve Problems How I Think What I Believe What I Know
  • 18. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand The Story of a Monarch Butterfly
  • 19. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand The Story of a Monarch Butterfly • Caterpillar lives a life of taking • Takes much, offers little • Transformation occurs • Cocoon to butterfly • Butterfly, takes little and offers much
  • 20. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Why is change needed? • Many times, in order to survive we have to start a change process. • We sometimes need to get rid of old memories, habits and other past traditions. The Story of a Monarch Butterfly
  • 21. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Why is change needed? • Only freed from past burdens, can we take advantage of the present • It is a catalyst, a spark, that creates extraordinary results. The Story of a Monarch Butterfly
  • 22. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Trans-theoretical Model of Change – Emotional Pathology of being stuck • Smoking • Obesity Meaningful change is complicated
  • 23. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand 5 stages of change • Not thinking about change • Don’t know a problem exists Stage 1 Pre-contemplation
  • 24. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand 5 stages of change • Considering pros and cons of change • No decision Stage 2 Contemplation
  • 25. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand 5 stages of change • Change is imminent • Tell friends/family - proactive Stage 3 Preparation
  • 26. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand 5 stages of change • A behavior has been changed • Commitment to continue • The collective vs. individual approach Stage 4 Action
  • 27. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand 5 stages of change • Behavior practiced for 6 months • “One day at a time” -AA Stage 5 Maintenance
  • 28. Entrepreneurial Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Psychology of change – Inner Journey • Taking action is the hardest step • 10 birds on a wire • Deciding and doing are different • Feeling vs. doing
  • 29. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Ideal Performance State (IPS) Warren Rustand
  • 30. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand
  • 31. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand
  • 32. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand
  • 33. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand • Incentives/rewards • Right culture • MBOs • Growing focus on EQ and high performance • Primarily cognitive capacity Research has focused on:
  • 34. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand • Sustained high performance integrates mind, body, emotion, spirit • High-performance Pyramid Jim Loehr &Tony Schwartz LGE Performance Labs High-performance Pyramid
  • 35. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand • Posited that CEOs needed to train similarly • Tested the theory • Thousands of executives have dramatically improved performance Jim andTony worked with World-classAthletes
  • 36. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand • Hit, swing, shoot • Public speaking, negotiating, balance sheet • Capacity building • Endurance, strength, flexibility, self control, focus
  • 37. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Increasing capacity brings talents and skills to full ignition and creates sustained high performance over time.
  • 38. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Energy management has two key components • Rhythmic movement between (oscillation) • Energy expenditure (stress) • Energy renewal (recovery) Mobilize Energy on Demand – IPS
  • 39. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Stress is not the enemy of high performance. The problem is the absence of disciplined, intermittent recovery. Cannot change our external conditions. Can train, manage and control our inner state.
  • 40. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand • Energy – the capacity to do work • Linearity vs. oscillation Physical Capacity Weight Training 1st Building Block
  • 41. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Best Competitors use Recovery Rituals • Lower heart rates • More focus • Preparation • Positive feelings Tennis players, golfers and CEOs
  • 42. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Relentlessly linear Vulnerable to frustration, anxiety, loss of concentration, likely to “choke”
  • 43. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand • Each 5-6 small meals per day (breakfast) • Victory ratio: 50-60% complex carbohydrates, 25-35% protein, 20-25% fat • Reduce sugar • Drink 48-60 ounces of water per day • Bed early, rise early • 3-4 physical workouts per week (minimum) • Use recovery ritual every 90-120 minutes How to Increase Physical Capacity 50% 30% 20% Victory Ratio Complex Carbohydrates Proteins Fat
  • 44. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand • Inner Self/Inner Journey – supports peak performance • Calm, challenged, engaged, optimistic, confident, uplifting • Frustration, fear, anger, resentment, sadness, impotence - Toxic Emotional Capacity 2nd Building Block
  • 45. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Negative emotions create sub-optimum performance for athletes and CEOs • Music: rational left brain to intuitive right brain • Body language • Close relationships Emotional Capacity “Excellence is not a single act, but a habit” - Aristotle 2nd Building Block
  • 46. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Cognitive – most performance-enhancement training Focus – energy concentration toward a goal • Meditation • Time management • Positive thinking/reading/writing Mental Capacity 3rd Building Block
  • 47. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Visualization • Laura Wilkinson • Jack Nicklaus Mind Sculpture – Book by Ian Robertson • Visualization can reprogram the neural circuitry of the mind Mental Capacity 3rd Building Block
  • 48. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand The energy that is unleashed by tapping into one’s deepest values and defining a strong sense of purpose Serves as sustenance during adversity and a source of motivation, focus, determination and resilience Spiritual Capacity 4th Building Block
  • 49. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Stepping off the treadmill of deadlines and obligations – time for reflection (recovery) Rituals – meditation, journal writing, service to others (recovery) Spiritual Capacity 4th Building Block
  • 50. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand CEOs can’t afford to address their cognitive capacities while ignoring their physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing. On the playing field or in the boardroom, high performance depends as much on how people renew and recover energy as on how they expend it, on how they manage their lives as much as on how they manage their work. When you feel strong and resilient – physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually – you perform better with more passion, for longer periods of time. You win, your families win, and the companies you lead win.
  • 51. Corporate Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand Rituals Rituals Rituals Physical Capacity Builds endurance and promotes mental and emotional recovery Emotional Capacity Creates the internal climate that drives the Ideal Performance State Mental Capacity Focuses physical and emotional energy on the task at hand Spiritual Capacity Provides a powerful source of motivation, determination, and endurance The High-Performance Pyramid
  • 52. Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand 10 QUALITIES OF LEADERSHIP Warren Rustand
  • 53. Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand REAL LEADERSHIP IS A RARE COMMODITY Leadership vs. management “Managers do things right, leaders do the right things” Leader is a guide; one who shows the way
  • 54. Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand VISION It is where we are going Define stakeholders – achieve ownership, buy-in Challenge the status quo 1
  • 55. Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand TRANSPARENCY All views considered Individual respected by the leader Openness, welcoming, non-judgmental 2
  • 56. Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand CANDOR Rarely happens – inhibitors Speak truth to power – career limiting Leader must cultivate candid discussions Publish candid influence 3
  • 57. Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand SELF CONFIDENCE Quiet, transformative, self-assurance Stand in the shadows; move forward in difficulty Trust others/don’t cast a large shadow 4
  • 58. Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand INCENTIVES To think and get outside the box Processes and attitudes that let people grow Be invested in the entire enterprise 5
  • 59. Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand ACCOUNTABILITY Instill individual responsibility Measure performance everywhere Be fair and equitable 6
  • 60. Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand INTEGRITY Actions match words Everyone understands hypocrisy Leadership fails without it 7
  • 61. Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand COURAGE Consensus often becomes group think Under the veneer of agreement, differences lie Willingness to stand alone 8
  • 62. Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand COMMON DECENCY How you treat those who cannot hurt you or help you – respect and fairness Model excellence Moral authority Summon each person to nobility 9
  • 63. Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand SENSE OF HUMOR Self-deprecation See life/circumstances as fun/funny Creatively clever 10
  • 64. Leadership – A presentation by Warren Rustand LIFT WHERE YOU STAND

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