Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010


            Management and Leadership




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Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010

                                 Today’s Agenda
      9.15 – 10.30 WELCOME
      1....
Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010

                  Management and Leadership
   9.15 – 10.30
   1. How might learnin...
Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010

                                              Core Values
                         ...
Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010

     Values and Student Voice in the Classroom




                                ...
Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010

                  Management and Leadership
   9.15 – 10.30
   1. How might learnin...
Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010

                    Categorising the roles of…
                                   M...
Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010

                  Management and Leadership
   9.15 – 10.30
   1. How might learnin...
Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey



           The Eight Habits of Highly
         Effective Managers and Leaders


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Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey


    How might you:
                                                Want
      √ l...
Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey


                    Habit 1: Be Proactive

    • Being proactive is taking initia...
Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey


     Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind
    • Individuals, teachers and students...
Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey


           Habit 3: Put First Things First
    • Putting first things first means...
Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey


                Habit 4: Think Win-Win
    • Thinking win-win is a frame of mind ...
Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey


      Habit 5: Seek First to Understand,
          Then to Be Understood
   • Whe...
Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey


                    Habit 6: Synergise
    • Synergy is the third alternative – n...
Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey


                Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw
    • Sharpening the saw is about consta...
Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey


    Habit 8: Finding your Voice and
    Inspiring Others to Do the Same
  • Findi...
Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey

       The Eight Habits of Highly
     Effective Managers and Leaders
   1. Be Pro...
Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey



       The Four Roles of Leadership




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Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey        The Nature of Leadership Video Clip




           The Eight Habits of Highl...
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  1. 1. Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010 Management and Leadership Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  2. 2. Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010 Today’s Agenda 9.15 – 10.30 WELCOME 1. Management and Leadership. How might learning more about these roles make a difference in my life and in the lives of colleagues I support and the students I teach? What is a Manager? What is a Leader?  Paraphrasing with a partner  Core Values. Defining my work values. W.I.T.F.M?  Categorising the roles of Management and Leadership Inspiring others – The Eight Habits of Highly Effective Managers and Leaders Morning Tea 11.00 – 12.30 2. Management and Leadership Presentation– What Matters Most. Mike Scaddan Lunch 1.10 – 2.45 3. Student Leadership and ICT. What We e-Learners Think, Say and Do, Really Does Make a Difference! Four e-Learners and Whaea J Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  3. 3. Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010 Management and Leadership 9.15 – 10.30 1. How might learning more about these roles make a difference in my life and in the lives of colleagues I support and the students I teach? What is a Manager? What is a Leader? Video clip  Paraphrasing with a partner Core Values. Defining my work values. W.I.T.F.M? Categorising the roles of Management and Leadership Inspiring others – The Eight Habits of Highly Effective Managers and Leaders Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  4. 4. Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010 Core Values What might your definition be? Values are the priorities individuals attach to certain beliefs, experiences and objects, in deciding how they shall live and what they shall treasure. Hill- B.V. 1994. Teaching Secondary School social studies in a multicultural society. p. 4. Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  5. 5. Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010 Values and Student Voice in the Classroom Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  6. 6. Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010 Management and Leadership 9.15 – 10.30 1. How might learning more about these roles make a difference in my life and in the lives of colleagues I support and the students I teach? What is a Manager? What is a Leader? Individual  Paraphrasing with a partner Core Values. Defining my work values. W.I.T.F.M? Categorising the roles of Management and Leadership Inspiring others – The Eight Habits of Highly Effective Managers and Leaders Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  7. 7. Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010 Categorising the roles of… Management Leadership Things People Structure Spontaneity Control Empowerment Efficiency Effectiveness Programme Programmer Expense Investment Techniques Principles Transaction Transformation Position power Persuasion power Measurement Discernment Doing things right Doing the right things Speed Direction Bottom line Top line Methods Purposes Practices Principles Climbing ladder fast Is ladder against the right wall? Facts Feelings Head Heart Problem solving Possibility thinking Reactive Proactive Goals Vision Rules Values Light fire under Stoke fire within Standardisation Innovation Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  8. 8. Middle Leaders Hui/Workshop, May 2010 Management and Leadership 9.15 – 10.30 1. How might learning more about these roles make a difference in my life and in the lives of colleagues I support and the students I teach? What is a Manager? What is a Leader? Individual  Paraphrasing with a partner Core Values. Defining my work values. W.I.T.F.M? Categorising the roles of Management and Leadership Inspiring others – The Eight Habits of Highly Effective Managers and Leaders Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  9. 9. Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey The Eight Habits of Highly Effective Managers and Leaders Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  10. 10. Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey How might you: Want √ learn √ teach √ do and constantly apply How What Why the habits to your daily life? Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  11. 11. Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey Habit 1: Be Proactive • Being proactive is taking initiative. It is recognising that WE are responsible for our OWN choices and have the freedom to choose based on principles and values rather than on moods or conditions. • Proactive people are agents of change and choose NOT to be victims, to be reactive, or to blame others. Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  12. 12. Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind • Individuals, teachers and students in classrooms shape their own future by first creating a mental vision for a project, large or small, personal or interpersonal. They identify and commit themselves to the principles, relationships and purposes that matter most. Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  13. 13. Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey Habit 3: Put First Things First • Putting first things first means organising and executing the most important priorities. Whatever the circumstance, it is living and being driven by the principles you value most, not by the urgent agendas and forces surrounding you. Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  14. 14. Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey Habit 4: Think Win-Win • Thinking win-win is a frame of mind and heart that seeks mutual benefit in all circumstances. It is thinking in terms of abundance and opportunity rather than scarcity and adverse competition. It’s not thinking selfishly (win-lose). Rather it is thinking ‘we’ NOT me! Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  15. 15. Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood • When we listen with the intent to understand others, rather than with the intent to reply, we begin true communication and relationship building. Opportunity to speak openly and to be understood come much more naturally and easily. • Seeking to understand takes consideration; seeking to be understood takes courage. Effectiveness lies in balancing or blending the two. Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  16. 16. Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey Habit 6: Synergise • Synergy is the third alternative – not my way, not your way, but a third way that is better than either of us would come up with individually. It is the fruit of respecting, valuing and even celebrating one another’s differences. • A synergetic team is a complimentary team – where the group is organised so that the strengths of some compensate for the weaknesses of others. Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  17. 17. Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw • Sharpening the saw is about constantly renewing ourselves in the four basic areas of life: physical, social/emotional, mental and spiritual. It is the habit that increases our capacity to live all other habits of effectiveness. Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  18. 18. Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey Habit 8: Finding your Voice and Inspiring Others to Do the Same • Finding your unique voice means fulfilling your innate potential. • It involves the four elements of a whole person: mind, body, heart and spirit and is about moving from effectiveness to greatness. • Mind = Vision – When the mind is fully developed we gain vision, the ability to discern the highest potential in our colleagues and the students we teach. Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  19. 19. Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey The Eight Habits of Highly Effective Managers and Leaders 1. Be Proactive - Take initiative and responsibility for your life 2. Begin with the End in Mind - Focus on your goals 3. Put First Things First - Set priorities and do the important things first 4. Think Win-Win - Have an everyone can win attitude 5. Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood - Listen to people sincerely and communicate clearly 6. Synergise - Work together to achieve more 7. Sharpen the Saw - Reflect and renew yourself regularly 8. From Effectiveness to Greatness - Find your voice and inspire others to do the same Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  20. 20. Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey The Four Roles of Leadership Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
  21. 21. Adapted from the work of Stephen Covey The Nature of Leadership Video Clip The Eight Habits of Highly Effective Managers and Leaders Jeanette Murphy for PeaK-ICT
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