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Lmi Total Leader Presentation

  1. 1. LMI Total Leader Leadership Development: YOU Robert Seguin President The Productive Leadership Institute A Proud Member of LMI Global January 2009
  2. 2. The LMI Vision, Mission & Purpose The World’s Premier Leadership Development Resource To motivate people to their full potential through clarifying and achieving goals, developing a positive attitude, and enhancing leadership skills. To develop leaders and organizations to their full potential. 
  3. 3. The Productive Leadership Team Rick Orr, Kelly Warren, Barbara Wunder, Rob Seguin
  4. 4. “Firms with cultures emphasizing leadership at all levels, outperformed those that did not by a huge margin. Over an eleven-year period, revenue increased 682 percent for leadership enabled enterprises, compared to 166 percent for those who weren’t. Net income increased 756 percent versus 1 percent.” John Kotter & James Heskett Corporate Culture and Performance Does it pay to invest in People?
  5. 5. Changing Paradigms 2020thth Century: ControlCentury: Control 5% Planning 15% Training, Educating 60% Budgeting Directing, Controlling, Maintaining, Resource Allocation 20% Competing for Today Problem Solving 20% Leadership 80% Management 21st Century: Engagement21st Century: Engagement 20% Vision, Strategy, Innovation 60% Aligning, Coaching Motivating Developing 5% Measuring, Evaluating 15% Process Structure 80% Leadership 20% Management
  6. 6. 20th Century Control Paradigm Top Management Middle Management Department Management Supervisors Workers Results Control (Fear and Incentive Motivation) Position Authority Coercion Behavior
  7. 7. 21st Century Engagement Organizational Leaders Team Leaders Professionals / Personal Leaders Results Behavior Personal Responsibility Accountability Empowerment Trust (Attitude Motivation)
  8. 8. Four Levels of Development Training Types Explanation Level 1 Reactionary Goal: Gain Awareness Presentations and seminars aimed at raising consciousness and focusing attention on a specific subject. While these programs generally result in a burst of activity in the short-term, their long- term benefit is limited. Level 2 Traditional Goal: Learn Something College style presentations covering a subject in-depth in an academic setting. The “textbook approach” rarely leads to long- term gains in business due to a lack of real-world applications. Level 3 Skills Training Goal: Behavior Change Workshops, during which new techniques and behaviors are presented and practiced over an extended period of time. Results from this type of training vary greatly depending on whether a sound evaluation and measurement process is in place to encourage the use of the learned skills. If the training is not centered on company objectives, there is no reason to continue the behavior change. Level 4 Training for Results Goal: New Results Training specifically designed to change behaviors based on pre-determined business objectives. Evaluation and measurement criteria are developed prior to training and carefully applied over an extended period of time. This training results in permanent change. Source: Dr. Donald Kirkpatrick - American Society for Training and Developmdent
  9. 9. Four Levels of Development Effectiveness over time
  10. 10. Training vs. Development TRAINING DEVELOPMENT Information/Seminar Behavioral Change Task/Skill Driven Goal Driven Short Learning Cycle Long Learning Cycle Teaching/Lecturing Multi-Sensory Learning Price Competitive Value Based Short Term Results Long Term Results Departmental Change Corporate Culture Change No Follow up Corporate Participation Measurement of Knowledge Measurement of Results Event Process Quick Fix Personal Responsibility and Accountability
  11. 11. LMI Offering for YOU 1. Needs Assessment 2. Alignment of Goals 3. Selection of “best-fit” development plan for each key individual and team 4. Implementation 5. Measurement The Total Leader® Program
  12. 12. 1. Needs Assessment  Driven by the participant  Based on key leadership competencies  Relevant to YOUR business needs and individual interests in development  Subjective and Objective components LMI Offering for YOU
  13. 13. 2. Alignment of Goals  Participant describes his/her desired future-state – “the New and Improved Me” – accelerated behaviors and competencies  Outlines WIFM  Outlines WIFYOU ex. ROI, development of management bench-strength LMI Offering for YOU
  14. 14. 3. Selection of Best-Fit Plan:  What is the best learning environment for each individual (ex. 1:1, small group, large group)  What content matches the skill development goals described  What supportive resources are required to deliver maximum positive behavior change(s) at the lowest cost LMI Offering for YOU
  15. 15. 4. Implementation:  10% Theory/Concepts  70% Application  20% Sharing of Best Practices LMI Offering for YOU
  16. 16. 5. Measurement:  Pre-determined Stretch Business and Personal Goals to deliver ROI  Clear and timely measurements/milestones  Celebrate success and support penalty-free learning environment with Mid-term and Final presentations LMI Offering for YOU
  17. 17. Time Management Goal Setting And Measurement Organizational Culture Strategic Assessment Planning And Priority Management Delegation and Team Productivity Strategic Development Strategic Execution Personal Mission And Purpose Values Vision and Communication Empowerment And Motivation Total Person Development Personal Growth And Self-Motivation Change And Innovation Coaching And Team Building And Decision Making The Total Leader® Solution: 4 Key Elements 16 Leadership Competencies Personal Productivity Personal Leadership Strategic Leadership Motivational Leadership
  18. 18. Personal Productivity Productivity is the wellspring of success and a basic part of human nature, yet many lack the direction they need to achieve. LMI Canada's Effective Personal Productivity program will help members of your organization: •Evaluate their attitude and make productive behaviour changes •Set goals and achieve results •Increase productivity through controlling priorities •Communicate more effectively •Become a team player •Deal with interruptions •Thrive in a learning environment Program Content Session 1 Introduction to Concepts Session 2 Goal Setting Session 3 Lesson 1: The Nature of Productivity Session 4 Lesson 2: Goals Achievement through Time Management Session 5 Lesson 3: Increasing Productivity through Controlling Priorities Session 6 Lesson 4: Improving Productivity through Communication Session 7 Lesson 5: Empowering the Team Session 8 Lesson 6: Increasing Productivity of the Team GRADUATION  
  19. 19. Personal Leadership All individuals within an organization take on significance as they represent the organization to the outside world and as they interact within the organization. Their personal motivation and self-image are key to how they perform, respond, and lead. LMI's Effective Personal Leadership program helps people: •Realize their potential for personal leadership through building on strengths and improving self-image •Make choices for success by overcoming past conditioning •Increase self-motivation by altering attitudes, behaviours, and habits •Develop a written and specific Plan of Action for success Program Content Session 1 Introduction to Concepts Session 2 Goal Setting Session 3 Lesson 1: Who can exercise Personal Leadership? Session 4 Lesson 2: Preparation for Leadership Session 5 Lesson 3: We are a Conditioned People Session 6 Lesson 4: Understanding Motivation Session 7 Lesson 5: Attitudes and Habits Session 8 Lesson 6: Goal Setting and Personal Leadership Session 9 Lesson 7: Five Leadership Essentials Session 10 Lesson 8: Your Personal Plan for Leadership (Part 1) Session 11 Lesson 9: Your Personal Plan for Leadership (Part 2) Session 12 Lesson 10:Affirmation and Visualization Session 13 Lesson 11:Time Management Session 14 Lesson 12:Decision Making and Problem Solving Session 15 Lesson 13:Communication and Listening Session 16 Lesson 14:Leadership in Business Session 17 Lesson 15:Live a Full Life GRADUATION
  20. 20. Effective Strategic Leadership   Launch – March 2009
  21. 21. Motivational Leadership As the world of business has changed and evolved, the need for effective leaders has skyrocketed. For businesses to become truly empowered and innovative enterprises, they must develop leaders throughout the entire organization. LMI's Effective Motivational Leadership program will help you: •Understand what it takes to become an effective motivational leader •Build and communicate your vision for the future •Create winning teams for the 21st Century •Lead organizational change and innovation •Create an organization of leaders Program Content Session 1 Introduction to Concepts Session 2 Goal Setting Session 3 Lesson 1: The Challenge of Becoming an Effective Motivational Leader Session 4 Lesson 2: Vision and Communication Session 5 Lesson 3: Becoming a Motivational Leader Session 6 Lesson 4: Building and Leading Effective and Productive Teams Session 7 Lesson 5: Developing People to their Full Potential Session 8 Lesson 6: Empowering Team Members Session 9 Lesson 7: Leading Change and Innovation Session 10 Lesson 8: The Leader of the Future GRADUATION