2013 EARCOS #3 Shifting toxic culture to ownership culture

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Workshop #3 of 4 at the East Asian Regional Council of Overseas Schools Leadership Conference in Bangkok in November 2013 – over 1000 principals and leaders of international schools from throughout Asia.

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2013 EARCOS #3 Shifting toxic culture to ownership culture

  1. 1. Shifting ‘toxic’ culture to ‘ownership’ culture EARCOS Leadership Conference 2013 Chris Jansen 1
  2. 2. Overview e problem of disengagement ys to building ownership fusion of change fting toxic culture 3
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  5. 5. Culture eats strategy for lunch…
  6. 6. Engagement leads to peak performance Sample culture survey: Rate each question from 1 (low) to 5 (high) Add up total out of 25 1) I really care about the future of my organisation 2) I am proud to tell others that I work for this organisation 3) My organisation inspires me to do my best 4) I would recommend my organisation to a friend as a good place to work 5) I am willing to put in a great deal of effort and time beyond what is normally expected Adapted from Gallop www.ideacreation.org 7
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  8. 8. “employee first – customer second” Anand Pillai “a healthy organisation is one in which all participants have a voice” (Peck ,1988).
  9. 9. The Pronoun Test “I” or “We” “My” or “Our” “We” or “They” Daniel Pink – “A whole new mind” “There's only one thing better than ownership – authorship! Simon Breakspear , “Talent Magnets” www.ideacreation.org 11
  10. 10. Rogers - Diffusion of innovation 12
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  12. 12. www.ideacreation.org 14
  13. 13. www.ideacreation.org chris.jansen@canterbury.ac.nz http://www.linkedin.com/pub/chrisjansen/25/235/919

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