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  • American Dietetic Association
    DIABETES CARE & EDUCATION PRACTICE GROUP
    LEADERSHIP RETREAT
    Written & Facilitated by:
    Michele C. Wierzgac“Helping People Build Business Skills”
    ©2010 Michele & Company® All Rights Reserved
    • Take phone calls and texting completely outside of our meeting space.
    • Raise your hand to speak – you will be acknowledged – you will then speak in turn.
    • Ask questions
    • Feel free to brainstorm “what if….”
    RESPECT
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    • Identify leadership characteristics of an executive committee liaison.
    • Understand the DCE Practice Group Strategic Plan.
    • Determine leadership roles, responsibilities, and expected results within the strategic plan.
    OBJECTIVES
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    • Name, Organizations
    • Title, Business
    • # of year
    • Leadership Roles
    • Why are you volunteering?
    • Something we don’t know!
    INTROUDCTIONS
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  • About You….
    • Why did you take this role?
    Believe in the Mission, Learn, Serve (Contribute, Give Back) Network, Asked
    • What do you want to obtain from your leadership role?
    Knowledge, Share, Leadership Skills, Job well-done
    • What do you think will be your most difficult responsibility?
    Time constraints, Accountability, Trust, Techno-phobic, Communicating Effectively, New Ideas
    SURVEY
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  • About The Organization….
    • How can we help you to fulfill your responsibilities?
    Clear Direction, Communication, Realistic Goals, Resources, Ideas, Leadership Training, Advanced Notice
    • How can we improve our technology?
    Expand website and social media, More Training, Field Testing Prior To Implementation, Easier List Serve,
    SURVEY
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  • About The Organization….
    • I believe our DCE-Practice Group does well in:
    Great Member Benefits, Mentoring, Newsletter, ListServe,
    Grooming Leaders, Engaging Members, Education Materials, Technology, Accomplishing Mission/Goals
    • Our greatest challenge(s):
    More Members, Member Benefits + Fiscally Responsible, Leadership Recruitment, More Collaboration With Healthcare Professionals, Competition, Technology Changes, Meeting Needs Of Younger Members
    SURVEY
    ©2010 Michele & Company® All Rights Reserved
  • Ratings….
    DCE Practice Group has respect for diversity and cultural differences.
    Average Score: 4.6
     
    We are willing to take risks in an effort to improve.
    Average Score: 4.0
     
    Our Leadership learns from their mistakes and is open to constructive feedback.
    Average Score: 4.5
     
    Our leadership is committed to and values coaching and training.
    Average Score: 4.5
     
    I am receiving mentoring and coaching to assist me in my position.
    Average Score: 4.25
    SURVEY
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  • American Dietetic Association
    DIABETES CARE & EDUCATION PRACTICE GROUP
    LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
    Written & Facilitated by:
    Michele C. Wierzgac“Helping People Build Business Skills”
    ©2010 Michele & Company® All Rights Reserved
  • TRYING SOMETHING NEW
    FLEXIBILITY
    ACTION PLAN
    YOU’RE NOT ALONE
    FORMER PEERS
    ESTABLISHING CREDIBILITY
    RESPONSIBILITIES TO MANAGEMENT
    RESPONSIBILITIES OF LEADER
    TRANSITION
    PAST SUCCESS
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    • How many of you knew?
    • How many of you were surprised?
    PAST SUCCESS
    You must have done something right along the way.
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    • List the jobs you have held in the past where you had no direct reports.
    • What skills and talents did you acquire in these roles that enabled you to excel?
    PAST SUCCESS
    Common mistake is to continue performing
    as an individual contributor.
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    • Why do you think a new leader would be tempted to continue doing the work as an individual contributor?
    TRANSITION
    • What signs would indicate a new leader has reverted back to individual contributor work?
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    • What are some of the roles that you must play as a leader?
    • Which of these roles is most important? Why?
    TRANSITION
    • What would contribute to a team wanting a leader to succeed?
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    • Leaders take risks
    • Leaders challenge systems
    • Leaders are adventuresome
    TRYING SOMETHING NEW
    • Leaders try new directions and ideas
    • Leaders learn from mistakes
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  • LEADERS
    THINK
    DIFFERENT(LY)
    TRYING SOMETHING NEW
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  • ACTIVITY
    • Walk up to a person and ask them “what is their ultimate dream.”
    • Walk up to a person(s) and ask them what they are doing and how they like what they are doing.
    TRYING SOMETHING NEW
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    • How did you feel and what did you think when I gave you the directions?
    • What happened as you followed these directions?
    TRYING SOMETHING NEW
    • How did others respond to you?
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  • TAKES:
    • Practice
    • Experience
    • Accountability
    RESPONSIBILITIES OF A LEADER
    LEADERSHIP SKILLS:
    • People Management
    • Staffing
    • Hiring
    • Selecting
    • Coaching
    • Strategic Thinking
    • Vision
    • Listening
    • Managing change
    • Conflict
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  • Take on additional responsibilities:
    • Set team goals
    • Hold team members accountable
    • Provide proper training for the team
    RESPONSIBILITIES OF A LEADER
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  • What other team responsibilities do you have as a leader?
    RESPONSIBILITIES OF A LEADER
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  • “Throw management under the bus....”
    • What does this mean?
    • Have you ever thrown management under the bus as an individual contributor?
    RESPONSIBILITIES TO MANAGEMENT
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    • Management decisions need to be supported by you.
    • What can you do as a leader to support decisions made by the management team?
    RESPONSIBILITIES TO MANAGEMENT
    • What is the risk of not supporting management decisions?
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    • Discuss a management decision you did not agree with when you had no direct reports.
    • What was your response when you were an individual contributor?
    RESPONSIBILITIES TO MANAGEMENT
    • How would you respond differently to this same decision as a leader?
    • What actions would you take to support this decision and help your team support this decision?
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    • Expertise
    • Energy
    • Conviction
    • Composure
    • Trust
    • Appearance
    • Approachability
    • Authenticity
    ESTABLISHING CREDIBILITY
    “You must earn credibility, not expect it.”
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    • What are some techniques you can use to establish credibility with your team and the management team?
    • What do you want to AVOID doing that might damage your credibility with your team?
    ESTABLISHING CREDIBILITY
    • What do you want to AVOID doing that might damage your credibility with the management team?
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    • Flexible does not mean lenient
    • Modify your leadership methods – situational leadership
    FLEXIBILITY
    • When might you have a flexible leadership style?
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    • Discuss the challenges you face in leading volunteers with significant experience vs. little experience
    FLEXIBILITY
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    • Brainstorm people or groups within or outside of your organization who can help you succeed.
    YOU’RE NOT ALONE
    • What other resources can you tap into that will help you succeed in your leadership role?
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  • TIPS
    • Apply a more professional approach.
    • Never give a former peer special treatment.
    • Give recognition to everyone who does a good job.
    • Avoid group activities that may put you in jeopardy of crossing the line.
    FORMER PEERS
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    • Establish your authority.
    • Setup reasonable standards and limits for your team.
    • Get results through your team.
    • Make quality and productivity part of every project and decision.
    ACTION PLAN
    • Be confident.
    • Be credible.
    Be an authentic person.
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  • TRYING SOMETHING NEW
    FLEXIBILITY
    ACTION PLAN
    YOU’RE NOT ALONE
    FORMER PEERS
    ESTABLISHING CREDIBILITY
    RESPONSIBILITIES TO MANAGEMENT
    RESPONSIBILITIES OF LEADER
    TRANSITION
    PAST SUCCESS
    ©2010 Michele & Company® All Rights Reserved
  • THANK YOU!
    Michele C. Wierzgac“Helping People Build Business Skills”
    (708) 598-6600
    michele@micheleandco.com
    • Understand the DCE Practice Group Strategic Plan.
    • Determine leadership roles, responsibilities, and expected results within the strategic plan.
    STRATEGIC PLAN
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    • Customer Focus (Internal & External) - Meet the needs and exceed the expectations of all customers.
    • Social Responsibility - Make decisions with consideration for inclusivity as well as public policy, cultural, economic, social, and environmental implications.
    • Development - Advocate the development of expertise of the Registered Dietitian specializing in the field of Pre-Diabetes and Diabetes Self Management Education.
    VALUES
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    • Innovation- Embrace change and lead the organization utilizing strategic thinking.
    • Integrity - Act ethically with accountability for life-long learning and commitment to excellence.
    • Collaboration & Collegiality - Seek opportunities to share expertise with our domestic & global stakeholders.
    VALUES
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  • Understand the DCE Practice Group Strategic Plan.
    • Goal #1 – Sustain and grow a high level of satisfaction and retention among members.
    • Goal # 2 – Advance DCE’s unique position as the authority in nutrition and diabetes prevention, education, and management.
    Determine leadership roles
    Determine responsibilities
    Establish expected results
    STRATEGIC PLAN
    ©2010 Michele & Company® All Rights Reserved
  • THANK YOU!
    Michele C. Wierzgac“Helping People Build Business Skills”
    (708) 598-6600
    michele@micheleandco.com