Self Leadership for Success

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Irish Chamber of Commerce breakfast February 1st, 2013

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  • Why are you here? – (Singapore Airlines Story)Why a new approach?Because the world is changing. Arrogant, command control leadership kills creativity and cripples resilience.Because it is tough to be a leader, we often find ourselves in positions of leadership unprepared to and without a road map to deal with challenges.Because we need leaders who we can trust and who can inspire their people to lead themselves.
  • Adults need to know the reason for learning something (Need to Know)Experience (including error) provides the basis for learning activities (Foundation)Adults need to be responsible for their decisions on education; involvement in the planning and evaluation of their instruction (Self-concept)Adults are most interested in learning subjects having immediate relevance to their work and/or personal lives (Readiness)Adult learning is problem-centered rather than content-oriented (Orientation)Adults respond better to internal versus external motivators (Motivation).
  • Imagine a large chess board. Now consider you are a piece on this chess board.Are you a porn; moving slowly forward with little choice and at the mercy of other more powerful pieces? Are you a Knight, able to take risks and attack, but with little concern for your own safety?Perhaps you are a bishop, able to move rapidly but constrained to a diagonal path from which you may not deviate?Or you may think of yourself as Rook, solid and safe but not very adventurous?A King? Very important but requiring other pieces to serve and defend you.Which leaves the Queen; Highly flexible and adaptable, able to move in any directions?You know what you shouldn’t be, a piece of wood being pushed around by someone bigger than you.This simple metaphor of a chessboard gives helps us to consider whether we are fully utilising our Self-leadership.
  • Self-leadership is NOT selfish, quite the opposite, because self-leaders are less needy they are better able to collaborate and contribute. My research has shown that a team of self-leaders with a clear objectives will be high performing.
  • It matters not how strait the gate, How charged with punishments the scroll,I am the master of my fate:I am the captain of my soul.These last few lines of a Victorian poem inspired Nelson Mandela, a man who was imprisoned 27 years for his acting on his beliefs, and yet on release chose not to be consumed by anger and hatred but to lead his party (the African National Congress) in negotiations that led to a multi-racial democracy.We all face adversity. The author faced the loss of his business in Australia through fierce international competition and began his consulting business from a backpacker hostel in Kings Cross in Sydney using the internet. After many knockbacks he landed Singapore Airlines as a client and now speaks globally.Self-leaders are resilient, they are able to bounce back and have strategies to manage their thinking, feelings and actions.JFL leadership and learning are indispensible.
  • Unlike Pavlov dogs which react to what happens to them humans can choose their response and therefore have response-ability.Andrew engages the audience by “acquiring” items from them by just asking, which demonstrates how we often abdicate choice.We can choose what we think and feel about a situation and therefore what do and say.When our actions are in alignment with our values and intentions we demonstrate Authenticity.“To believe in something and not live it is dishonest – Gandhi”
  • Many people have lose their response-ability to disempowering programming in their early years.We can take back ownership by affirming our choice to think, feel and act.Andrew get’s the audience energy up with them regaining their power of choice.(Audience members get their items back).
  • So are you a driver or passenger of you life? Drivers lead, passengers follow.Andrew demonstrates with an audience member that by changing our beliefs we change our results.
  • We are responsible “for” our thinking feeling NOT “for” others. We are bad leaders if we become responsible “For” our employees because they won’t mature into self leaders.Signs of co-dependency are:All decisions escalated to bossNo ownership or creativityBlaming
  • A healthy relationship for leaders is to encourage self response-ability and accountability “To” agreed goals and targets which are in align with the organization.
  • Self-leadership teams are potent because they have shared belief in their ability to perform and are aligned to shared goals and agreed behaviors.
  • As we have already stated that arrogant, command control leadership kills creativity and cripples resilience but it is important in emergency situation – eg. At 35,000 feet when the oxygen masks drop. But overdone command control leads to disengagement and resentment.Becoming empowering without developing people’s response-ability can lead to low performance. But when you move both together you gain self-leadership.
  • Hardware Shop storySelf-leaders are not arrogant or narcissistic. Self-awareness leads to humility and research (Tangney 2002) identifies a number of key features of true, rather than false humility: An accurate (not underestimated) sense of one’s abilities and achievements.The ability to acknowledge one’s mistakes, imperfections, gaps in knowledge, and limitations.Openness to new ideas, contradictory information and advice.Keeping one’s abilities and accomplishments in perspective.Appreciation of the value of all things, as well as the many different ways that people and things can contribute.
  • A strategyis a plan, method, or series of manoeuvres or stratagems for obtaining a specific goal or result.Success is 1.The accomplishment of an aim or purpose. 2.The attainment of popularity or profit.
  • Mental strategies are how we run our brain for success and Andrew shares inspirational stories from his own life, sport and business on how we can exceed even our own expectations.
  • Behavioral strategies are simple but powerful behaviors that have been proven to distinguish the self-leader from the also ran.
  • http://www.amazon.com/Self-Leadership-Become-Successful-Efficient-Effective/dp/0071799095/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1348714910&sr=1-3&keywords=self+leadership

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  • 1. Self-leadershipA Strategy for Your Success andrewbryant Certified Speaking Professional 1
  • 2. Why are we here? 2
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  • 4. Self leadershiphaving a developed senseof who you are, what youcan do, where you aregoing coupled with theability to influence yourcommunication, emotions and behaviors on theway to getting there. 44
  • 5. You can’t lead others unless you can yourself 5
  • 6. Pervasive PermanentPervasive Taking it Personally
  • 7. What do I think about this?Head What do I feel about this?Heart What do I do and say about Hand + Voice this?Response-ability 7
  • 8. “My Thoughts” “My Feelings” “My Words” “My Actions” Ownership 8
  • 9. Are you a driver or passenger? 99
  • 10. Co-dependency 10
  • 11. “To”Thoughts Thoughts& Feelings & Feelings “FOR” “FOR”Responsibility + Accountability 11
  • 12. “To” Shared Goals and agreed behaviors“FOR” Self Self-leadership Teams
  • 13. The Cost of Arrogant Leadership 13
  • 14.  An accurate (not underestimated) sense of one’s abilities and achievements. The ability to acknowledge one’s mistakes, imperfections, gaps in knowledge, and limitations. Openness to new ideas, contradictory information and advice. Humility 14
  • 15. strat·e·gyNoun - A plan, method, or series of manoeuvres orstratagems for obtaining a specific goal or result.suc·cessNoun - 1.The accomplishment of an aim or purpose. 2.The attainment of popularity or profit. A Strategy for Success 15
  • 16. Choose empowering beliefs Imagine successImproved mental scripts Positive Self-talk Mental Strategies 16
  • 17. Self-observation Cues management Self-goal settingSelf Correction Self-reward Behavioral Strategies 17
  • 18. Predictions 18
  • 19.  In 2013 you will experience both opportunity and challenge. Your intention to step back from each of these and respond from responsibility and choice will determine your success. You will be given opportunities to learn and grow in 2013, but whether you do or not is up to you. Predictions 19
  • 20.  You will need to be, before you have. If you want be healthy and wealthy you will need to become the person who makes healthy choices and focuses on making their money work for them. You will get out of relationships what you put into them and so don’t expect a free ride. As you look back on this year, the measure of your success will not be about what you accumulated but what you contributed. Predictions 20
  • 21. www.selfleader.comwww.andrew-bryant.com 21 21