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    • Leadership Styles Ch 5 Staff Retention Through Effective Leadership
    • Leadership Styles Leaders don’t just happen; in the same vein, no one has the divine right to lead or rule, unless he proves his mettle.
    • Leadership Styles Staff Retention Through Effective Leadership
      • Leadership vs. Management
      • “ Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things .
      • Peter Ducker and Warren Bennis
    • Leadership Styles
      • Directive
      • Participative
      • Empowering
      • Charismatic
      • Celebrity (Superstar)
      • Deep political involvement
      Asian and American Leadership Styles: How Are They Unique?
    • Leadership Styles Obama vs. Clinton: Leadership Styles His approach of visionary leadership: organizational nonchalance Her managerial approach or transformational" approach: tendency to micromanage Obama vs.Clinton
    • Leadership Styles
      • Why is Staff Retention Important?
        • Staff who stay increase program quality and consistency
        • Consistent staffing improves students’ opportunities to build relationships with caring adults
        • Staff who show up regularly attract students who show up regularly
        • Managers who manage well have staff who manage students well
        • Well-managed students are well-behaved students
      Staff Retention through Effective Leadership
    • Leadership Styles Staff Retention through Effective Leadership
      • Staff leave their programs because they lack a sense of:
      • Achievement
      • Autonomy
      • Affiliation
      • (Not Money)
    • Leadership Styles Staff Retention through Effective Leadership
      • Everyone has leadership strengths, provide opportunities for:
      • Participants to feel like staff
      • Staff to feel like managers
      • Managers to feel like leaders
    • Leadership Styles Staff Retention through Effective Leadership
      • What’s Your Style?
      • Strong Leader – Lion – Red
      • Worker – Horse – Blue
      • Observer – Owl – Green
      • Socializer – Puppy - Yellow
    • Leadership Styles Staff Retention through Effective Leadership Forceful, domineering, intense, aggressive and highly competitive, decisive and sometimes impulsive, confronts people head on, impatient and restless at times, task oriented over people oriented, self assured, confident, competent and strong ego, direct, and sometimes abrupt, takes charge of every situation, motivated by challenge, likes to change things often, gets to the point, A.S.A.P., likes opportunity and power, daring and takes risks, likes to be in control, always. Strong Leader – Lion - Red
    • Leadership Styles Staff Retention through Effective Leadership Worker – Horse - Blue Patient and relaxed demeanor, trustworthy and mature, easily directed, responsible, dependable, loyal, high integrity, stubborn when pressured, concerned about security and people, rarely initiates new ideas, makes strong ties, possessive, requires little or no supervision, does not like sudden changes, does not like aggressive people, can be self critical or pessimistic at times, likes security and stability, likes time to adjust to change, likes belonging, team player, makes decisions on minimal risk.
    • Leadership Styles Staff Retention through Effective Leadership Observer – Owl - Green Highly analytical and factual, strives for perfection, wants accuracy and details, avoids open confrontation, well prepared and systematic, competes with self, high values, intuitive, sometimes critical, thorough and logical, sensitive, cannot be fooled, tends to worry and withdraw, does not like disharmony, takes minimal risk, unassertive, likes to be part of the team, likes to plan and solve problems, likes structure and organization, likes innovation and improvement.
    • Leadership Styles Staff Retention through Effective Leadership Socializer – Puppy - Yellow Enthusiastic and optimistic, friendly and highly persuasive, spontaneous and entertaining, generous, trusting and lenient, emotional and sympathetic, people oriented, highly sociable, unorganized, poor time management, charming, poised and influential, talkative and self promoting, makes a good impression, highly active socially, likes authority and prestige, likes anything new and different, likes expensive surroundings, likes titles and perquisites, likes incentives and goals.
    • Leadership Styles Staff Retention through Effective Leadership
      • When faced with a lion:
      • Be clear, specific, and to the point
      • Stick to business
      • Present your material or argument efficiently
      • Ask specific questions
      • Provide alternatives and choices for making decisions
      • Provide supporting facts and figures
      • Provide a win/win option
    • Leadership Styles Staff Retention through Effective Leadership
      • When approaching a horse:
      • People first, business second
      • Allow time to think
      • Provide personal assurance and guarantees
      • If it affects them personally, you may hurt their feelings, but they won’t tell you
      • Make the conversation informal and casual
      • Ask them what they think
      • Show interest in what they say or do
    • Leadership Styles Staff Retention through Effective Leadership
      • When an owl calls:
      • Be prepared and know the facts
      • Respect their space
      • Be specific, straight forward and direct
      • Give them the information and then the time to make a good decision
      • Show them an action plan with dates and goals
      • Consider all points of view
      • Back it up with data and facts
    • Leadership Styles Staff Retention through Effective Leadership
      • When chasing a puppy:
      • What did they do this weekend?
      • Write it down for them
      • They may be energetic, but they’re not incompetent
      • Give them some ideas for taking action
      • Talk to them about how this works toward the team’s goals
      • Recognize their goals and dreams
      • Ask them what they think
      • Keep it interesting, interactive, and fun
      • Luring Your Lions
      • Make them partners in program development
      • Support their efforts to recruit others
      Student Leadership Styles Student Retention through Effective Leadership
    • Student Leadership Styles Student Retention through Effective Leadership
      • Harnessing Your Horses
      • Give them meaningful responsibilities
      • Advocate for them when they submit
    • Student Leadership Styles Student Retention through Effective Leadership
      • Outreaching to Your Owls
      • Draw them in with activities that interest them
      • Offer alternatives to high energy activities
    • Student Leadership Styles Student Retention through Effective Leadership
      • Pacifying Your Puppies
      • Give them some physical activity time before academics
    • Student leadership
      • Social loafing
      • Proxy presentations
      • Always cribbing