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Introduces the concepts of learning-centered leadership and leadership-mode intervention for making sense of, and intervening with, contentious problems. Identifies how the leadership mode differs ...

Introduces the concepts of learning-centered leadership and leadership-mode intervention for making sense of, and intervening with, contentious problems. Identifies how the leadership mode differs from the management mode. Introduces the ARIES Framework for supporting leadership-mode intervention with contentious problems.

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    Making Sense Of The Hidden Side Of Change The Aries Framework Making Sense Of The Hidden Side Of Change The Aries Framework Presentation Transcript

    • Making Sense of the Hidden Sideof Change:the ARIES FrameworkPresentation toThe Learner Conference, Hong Kong,July 2010Don DunoonNew Futures Pty Ltd
    • Contentious problems No established procedures Seen from a variety of perspectives Emotions tend to run strongly People may remain silent (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • A Definition of Learning- centered LeadershipLearning-centered leadership involvesestablishing current realities, clarifyingpreferred futures (purpose and vision), andeliciting energy for change. (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • Defining leadership-modeactionWe act in the leadership mode when weintervene relationally towards buildingshared meaning in the context of efforts toachieve deep-reaching change with acontentious problem. (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • Intervention in themanagement mode:3 characteristics The focus is on the explicit (observable, measurable) aspects of the problem Task attainment is prior to working relationally in the particular instance We rely on whatever authority we hold (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • Three Guidelines foraccessing the hidden side ofchange Work from observation Attribute reasonableness Seek to act authentically (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • The ARIES Framework –practices and tools for leadership-modeintervention – and especially for delving intothe hidden domain safely Attending Reflecting Inquiring Expressing Synthesizing (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • Attending Putting the pursuit ofDifferent from “paying awareness ahead of theattention” - achievement of tasks in aconcentrating to particular circumstanceachieve our ownobjectives Giving full attention Perceiving holistically Separating observation from inference (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • ReflectingRecognizing and contemplating differentperspectives, as a basis for testing ourinterpretations regarding a contentious problem (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • InquiringDifferent from questioningin the Management Mode– to reveal a correct orbest solutionAsking questions relationally tobuild shared meaning withcontentious problems (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • Question-type frameworkChecking Verifying understandingsGathering & Seeking more information &/orClarifying clarifying meaningsExploring Delving into underlying assumptions, interests, feelings and knowledgeTesting Scrutinising claims and examining inferencesFuturing Seeking to clarify desired and possible futures (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • ExpressingDifferent from Voicing one’s thoughtsadvocating to win and feelings relationally, to build shared meaning on a contentious problem and contribute to creating a context for change (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • Expressing frameworkIntroducing Describe the context Preview the content Establish your purpose and stanceAsserting & Put forward the main propositions & arguments/evidenceSupportingIlluminating Offer illustrations, stories and/or examplesDisclosing Name and describe your previously unspoken assumptions, interests, feelings and/or knowledgeInviting Create opportunities for others to engage with you on specific aspects (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • SynthesizingNot simply judging, Involves integrating diverseevaluating, perspectives to bring forthsummarizing, or fresh understandings ofpronouncing a view current realities and of a preferred future with the problem overcome (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • The Transformational Challenge A statement that frames a description of current reality with that of a preferred future, so that the essence of the movement between the two states is made clearFrom Description of current situation, reflecting a range of stakeholder perspectivesTo A preferred future – described in a way that can be held out for testing (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd
    • Thank you!Don DunoonNew Futures Pty Ltd, SydneyLeadership coaching, executive teamcoaching, and skills development workshops– face-to-face and online.www.dondunoon.com(The materials in this slideshow are intended forindividual study and are not to be used for commercialpurposes, without explicit permission. Please contact DonDunoon regarding permissions requests, via the contactform on this website.) (c) Don Dunoon/New Futures Pty Ltd