Bbl Breakthrough Leadership Mod 4 22 July2008

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Why Would Anyone Follow You? - Values-based Leadership
Leadership begins with a journey within, with self-leadership. People who wish to become great leaders must ponder questions like “Who am I? What are my values and core beliefs? What kind of leader am I, and what kind of leader do I want to become? What do I care about more than being comfortable? What motivates me more than the approval of my peers and my manager?”, and most importantly “Why should anyone follow me?” IQ is a measure of intelligence, but EQ, emotional intelligence, is just as important, perhaps more important, to great leadership. EQ consists of self-awareness and sensitivity to how other people are impacted by our behavior and language. Using several powerful tools for raising self-awareness: a values survey, the “Enneagram”, this module will enhance self-leadership, the foundation of leading other people.

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  • 1. 04 Why Would Anyone Follow You? - Values-based Leadership Kimberly’s Breakthrough Leadership Kimberly Wiefling, M.S. Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 2. Breakthrough Results Course Outline Leading into the Future 1-to-1 Leadership Self Leadership Team Leadership Organization Leadership Global Leadership Introduction to Leadership What is Leadership? Leadership vs. Management – Is There a Difference? “ The Leadership Challenge” - Kouzes & Posner Model Becoming the Kind of Leader You Admire - The Endless Journey Why Would Anyone Follow You? - Values-based Leadership The Lost Leadership Skill - Listening Inspire Action – Set Clear Goals Beyond Words - Effective Communication Building Trust – The Foundation of Results Overcoming “The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team” - Patrick Lencioni’s Model Leading Through the Phases of Team Development Leading Organizations – Bigger Challenges Leading Change Leading in an Increasingly Global Business Environment 1 2 3 4 5 7 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 3. Module Description
    • Leadership begins with a journey within, with self-leadership. People who wish to become great leaders must ponder questions like “Who am I? What are my values and core beliefs? What kind of leader am I, and what kind of leader do I want to become? What do I care about more than being comfortable? What motivates me more than the approval of my peers and my manager?”, and most importantly “Why should anyone follow me?” IQ is a measure of intelligence, but EQ, emotional intelligence, is just as important, perhaps more important, to great leadership. EQ consists of self-awareness and sensitivity to how other people are impacted by our behavior and language. Using several powerful tools for raising self-awareness: a values survey, the “Enneagram”, this module will enhance self-leadership, the foundation of leading other people.
    Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 4. Module Goals
    • Explore self-leadership as the foundation for your leadership development.
    • Increase your self-awareness using various tools and approaches.
    • Use“Possibility Speaking” as a way to become the kind of leader you admire.
    “ Leader of One, Leader of Many, If You Can't Lead One, You Can't Lead Any!” - Anonymous Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 5. Leading from the Inside Out SELF ONE-to-ONE TEAM ORGANIZATION CONTEXT Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 6. 2 Keys to Emotional Intelligence
    • Recognizing your own emotional states and managing your behaviors accordingly.
    • Noticing other people’s emotional states and managing your reactions accordingly.
    Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 7. The Johari Window BLIND SPOTS HIDDEN OPEN UNKNOWN Known to Yourself. Known by Other People. Unknown to Yourself. Unknown by Other People. Known to Yourself. UNKNOWN by Other People. UNKNOWN to Yourself. Known by Other People. Grow through Self-disclosure Grow through Feedback Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 8. What Are Your Values?
    • Your personal values are your guiding principles.
    • They guide your behavior, decisions and choices.
    Integrity Abundance Freedom Health Family Friends Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 9. The 9 Strategies of the Enneagram Peaceful Perfect Outstanding Connected Unique Detached Secure Excited Powerful 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 9 Ref: Robert Tallon and Mario Sikora Awareness to Action : The Enneagram, Emotional Intelligence, and Change . Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 10. Healthy Self-image of the 9 Strategies Peaceful Perfect Outstanding Connected Unique Detached Secure Excited Powerful 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 9 I am a reasonable, objective person. I am a caring, loving person. I am an outstanding, effective person I am an intelligent, perceptive person. I am an intuitive, sensitive person. I am a strong, assertive person. I am a happy, enthusiastic person. I am a committed, dependable person. I am a peaceful, easy-going person. Ref: Don Riso & Russ Hudson, Understanding the Enneagram Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 11. “ The Dark Side” of the 9 Strategies Peaceful Perfect Outstanding Connected Unique Detached Secure Excited Powerful 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 9 Ref: Don Riso & Russ Hudson, Understanding the Enneagram I am right most of the time - others should listen to me. I am always loving – others take me for granted. I am a superior person – others are jealous of me. I am so smart – others can’t understand me. I don’t really fit in – I am different from others. I am fighting for my survival – others would take advantage of me I am happy – if others gave me what I want I would be happier. I do what I am supposed to do – others don’t. I am content – others pressure me to change. Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 12. We Can Use All of the Strategies We tend to prefer one or two strategies over the others. This example shows a preference for the 7 and 8 strategy. Ref: Robert Tallon and Mario Sikora Awareness to Action : The Enneagram, Emotional Intelligence, and Change . Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 13. Explore the Enneagram Further
    • Learn more about the 9 strategies at:
    • http://www.mariosikora.com/NINETYPES.html
    • Take an online Enneagram assessment with proven statistical merit at the following sites:
    • www.EnneagramWorldwide.com David Daniels and Virginia Price
    • www.Enneagramspectrum.com Jerome Wagner
    • www.Enneagraminstitute.com Don Riso and Russ Hudson
    Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 14. The Instincts - Time Focus Ref: Robert Tallon and Mario Sikora Awareness to Action : The Enneagram, Emotional Intelligence, and Change . Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008 Past Focus Truth Data Trust Evidence Authenticity Facts Knowledge History Present Focus Follow Through Continuity Organization Control Planning Goals Stability Thoroughness Future Focus Innovation Spontaneity Ideas Opportunity Flexibility Vision Originality Change
  • 15. Possibility Speaking Past Present Future Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 16. Summary of Key Points
    • Leadership begins inside of us.
    • Increasing emotional intelligence (EQ) is a powerful path to improved leadership.
    • Self-assessment tools and feedback from trusted advisors can raise EQ.
    • Future possibilities begin as a conversation about those possibilities. “Possibility Speaking” moves you closer to becoming the kind of leader you admire.
    Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 17. W.O.W. Leadership Development Exercises
    • Within One Week (WOW!)
    • Determine your top three values using the values exercise.
    • Analyze yourself using the Enneagram and determine which strategies you prefer.
    • Choose an inspirational saying for your leadership development and post it where you will see it daily.
    • Write a bold description of yourself as the ideal leader you wish to become in the future.
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  • 18. Commitment to Action
    • “ Knowing” is not enough. You must take action.
    • Confidence is not required. You must be committed.
    • What action will you take in order to become more the kind of leader you admire?
    • W.O.W. - Do it “Within One Week”!
    Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008
  • 19. For further information please contact: ALC Education, Inc. www.alc-education.co.jp Japan 03-5464-2815 www.wiefling.com kimberly@wiefling.com USA 650 867 0847 Copyright Wiefling Consulting, LLC 2008