“Every person has a leader in them” and there is need to bring it out
“ It is the skills at, which you are excel make you remarkable” (Kevin Eikenberry, 2007).
The only thing constant in the world is “ Change” (India aries, n.d.) Change is the Key Element.
The Doer The Thinker The Feeler The Imaginer Storytelling Storytelling
Likeability Listening Building trust Networking
According to Gallup research, 61% Americans received no praise at their workplace. Supportive BehaviorFlexible, help out, collaborate, be of service, value the person, encourage effort, support their goals, praise success, be accountable, celebrate.
Internal Customers Loyal customers Model their values Set expectations and Understanding their objectives expectations Consider new Innovate collaboratively behaviors Foster cross training Make new commitments Celebrate more broadly Consider creative alliances Share best practices , “Your customers, regardless of what you call them, write your paycheck”
- Personal Values- Building Creditability- Importance of attitude- Being other focused “You can get anything in life that you want, if you help enough other people get what they want (ZigZiglar, 2000)”
Initiative Problems and decision-making: “The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it is the same problem you had last year.”(KevinEikenberry, 2007) The PDCA cycle: Questioning: Opportunities Approach and Strategies: Independent, Consultative, Collaborative, Consensus
“ If you want to be a remarkable leader, you must take accountability seriously”(KevinEikenberry, 2007) “ There is no they. You are they. Until you take personal and collective responsibility for what is in your control, you wont move this organization to where you want it to be.” (Kevin Eikenberry, 2007)
“Remarkable leaders don’t delegate; they share responsibility” (Kevin Eikenberry, 2007) Empowerment“Delegation is done to people and Empowerment is done with people” (Kevin Eikenberry, 2007)
Project and Process Management Goals and support President of the United States, John F. Kennedy Mission Moon Personal goal setting