Susan Moger and Tudor Rickards
 The Broken Windows concept was originally
applied to refer to the relationship between the
quality of the environment an...
 A new interpretation is offered
 It compares unfavourable and favourable
working environments…
 … and how to get from ...
 Unfavourable environments are produced and
reinforced by personal behaviors
 Being Rude
Being Greedy
Having Favourites
 Clarifying
 Connecting
 Communicating
 Thinking and acting are closely related
 We can change our thinking and acting
 Understanding our conceptual maps help...
A map helps you
prepare for your
journeys
By map reading,
map-testing, and
map-making, you
will be more
successful in
your...
A text-book can be studied
‘like a map’ for its help in
your planned journeys of
exploration. Skills at map-
reading, test...
Map reading and testing can help you
discover dilemmas
The dilemmas you find help you understand
a leader’s tough decision...
When you describe the climate
you are summarising your
map reading
When you evaluate the climate and
your dilemmas, you ar...
 Clarify
 Connect
 And Communicate …
 …with empathy, and imagination…
 …to achieve transformational results
Broken Windows theory
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/broken-
windows-theory/
The Progress Principle
http://www.forbes....
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Creative leadership: broken windows, maps and dilemmas

  1. 1. Susan Moger and Tudor Rickards
  2. 2.  The Broken Windows concept was originally applied to refer to the relationship between the quality of the environment and consequences for criminal behaviors
  3. 3.  A new interpretation is offered  It compares unfavourable and favourable working environments…  … and how to get from the one to the other
  4. 4.  Unfavourable environments are produced and reinforced by personal behaviors  Being Rude Being Greedy Having Favourites
  5. 5.  Clarifying  Connecting  Communicating
  6. 6.  Thinking and acting are closely related  We can change our thinking and acting  Understanding our conceptual maps helps change our actions  Identifying dilemmas helps in understanding our personal maps
  7. 7. A map helps you prepare for your journeys By map reading, map-testing, and map-making, you will be more successful in your learning journeys Map-Reading Map-Testing Map-Making
  8. 8. A text-book can be studied ‘like a map’ for its help in your planned journeys of exploration. Skills at map- reading, testing, and making can be developed
  9. 9. Map reading and testing can help you discover dilemmas The dilemmas you find help you understand a leader’s tough decisions Linking with your maps helps you revise Your own leadership decisions Creative and empathic insights are important
  10. 10. When you describe the climate you are summarising your map reading When you evaluate the climate and your dilemmas, you are map testing When you use your map reading and testing to change your ideas and actions you are map making
  11. 11.  Clarify  Connect  And Communicate …  …with empathy, and imagination…  …to achieve transformational results
  12. 12. Broken Windows theory http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/broken- windows-theory/ The Progress Principle http://www.forbes.com/sites/rahimkanani/2011/ 08/29/the-progress-principle-using-small-wins-as- big-gains/ Dilemmas of leadership: http://cw.routledge.com/textbooks/0415355850/ Regular updates on leadership: http://leaderswedeserve.wordpress.com/
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