Leading constructively
in tough times
Leadership Development | High Performance Culture | Facilitation | Executive Coachin...
Unconstructive Behaviours in Tough Times:
• Tough leadership style
Unconstructive Behaviours in Tough Times:
• Holding pattern mindset
Unconstructive Behaviours in Tough Times:
• Decisions delayed
Unconstructive Behaviours in Tough Times:
• Implementation slow
Unconstructive Behaviours in Tough Times:
Have courage to use constructive leadership!
Avoid bunkering down to:
• Accurately assess the current situation
Avoid bunkering down to:
• Discuss possible obstacles to performance
Avoid bunkering down to:
• Share thoughts on projected outcomes
Avoid bunkering down to:
• Collaborate on and assess possible risks
Avoid bunkering down to:
• Identify possible opportunities
Avoid bunkering down to:
Leading constructively means you:
Leading constructively means you:
• Operate with a view to improvement
Leading constructively means you:
• Be clear on where you are going
Leading constructively means you:
• Know what kind of leader you want to be
Leading constructively means you:
• Encourage, support and believe in people
Leading constructively means you:
• Care deeply about people
Vulnerability takes courage
Vulnerability takes courage
• Be real
Vulnerability takes courage
• Be aware
Vulnerability takes courage
• Be present
Vulnerability takes courage
• Let go of your need to control
Constructive leadership qualities:
Constructive leadership qualities
• Engage openly in conversations
Constructive leadership qualities
• Be vulnerable
Constructive leadership qualities
• Look realistically into the future
Constructive leadership qualities
• Avoid the propensity to bunker down
Constructive leadership qualities
• Connect and commit to the future of each
individual in your team
Actions:
Actions:
• Think and act courageously
Actions:
• Engage each individual in your teams
Actions:
• Commit to on-going self development
as a leader
Actions:
• Have real conversations with people
Actions:
• Give and receive feedback
Actions:
• Live your values
Actions:
• Build emotional resilience and
mindfulness
Connect with us
Website: www.courageousleaders.com.au
Twitter.com/courageousleadr
Facebook.com/inspiringcourageousleaders
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Leading Constructively in Tough Times

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Business leadership requires courage at the best of times. During tough times, there are several leadership qualities that make leading more constructive.

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Leading Constructively in Tough Times

  1. 1. Leading constructively in tough times Leadership Development | High Performance Culture | Facilitation | Executive Coaching | Keynote Speaking
  2. 2. Unconstructive Behaviours in Tough Times:
  3. 3. • Tough leadership style Unconstructive Behaviours in Tough Times:
  4. 4. • Holding pattern mindset Unconstructive Behaviours in Tough Times:
  5. 5. • Decisions delayed Unconstructive Behaviours in Tough Times:
  6. 6. • Implementation slow Unconstructive Behaviours in Tough Times:
  7. 7. Have courage to use constructive leadership!
  8. 8. Avoid bunkering down to:
  9. 9. • Accurately assess the current situation Avoid bunkering down to:
  10. 10. • Discuss possible obstacles to performance Avoid bunkering down to:
  11. 11. • Share thoughts on projected outcomes Avoid bunkering down to:
  12. 12. • Collaborate on and assess possible risks Avoid bunkering down to:
  13. 13. • Identify possible opportunities Avoid bunkering down to:
  14. 14. Leading constructively means you:
  15. 15. Leading constructively means you: • Operate with a view to improvement
  16. 16. Leading constructively means you: • Be clear on where you are going
  17. 17. Leading constructively means you: • Know what kind of leader you want to be
  18. 18. Leading constructively means you: • Encourage, support and believe in people
  19. 19. Leading constructively means you: • Care deeply about people
  20. 20. Vulnerability takes courage
  21. 21. Vulnerability takes courage • Be real
  22. 22. Vulnerability takes courage • Be aware
  23. 23. Vulnerability takes courage • Be present
  24. 24. Vulnerability takes courage • Let go of your need to control
  25. 25. Constructive leadership qualities:
  26. 26. Constructive leadership qualities • Engage openly in conversations
  27. 27. Constructive leadership qualities • Be vulnerable
  28. 28. Constructive leadership qualities • Look realistically into the future
  29. 29. Constructive leadership qualities • Avoid the propensity to bunker down
  30. 30. Constructive leadership qualities • Connect and commit to the future of each individual in your team
  31. 31. Actions:
  32. 32. Actions: • Think and act courageously
  33. 33. Actions: • Engage each individual in your teams
  34. 34. Actions: • Commit to on-going self development as a leader
  35. 35. Actions: • Have real conversations with people
  36. 36. Actions: • Give and receive feedback
  37. 37. Actions: • Live your values
  38. 38. Actions: • Build emotional resilience and mindfulness
  39. 39. Connect with us Website: www.courageousleaders.com.au Twitter.com/courageousleadr Facebook.com/inspiringcourageousleaders Search for the Courageous Leaders group and company on LinkedIn and join in the discussion! Youtube.com/courageousleader
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