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Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack
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Building Team/School Culture - Louellen Bonallack

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Louellen Bonallack's workshop presentation for Leadership Through the Lens, Friday 1 July 2012

Louellen Bonallack's workshop presentation for Leadership Through the Lens, Friday 1 July 2012

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  • 1. CULTURE AND CLIMATE WHAT ARE THEY? WHAT DO THEY MEAN IN TERMS OF LEADERSHIP?
  • 2. CULTURE
    • “ How we do things around here.”
    • Often clearest to new eyes:
    • What’s allowed/not
    • What’s how it’s always been
    • What’s ‘non-discussable’
    • What’s rewarded
  • 3. CLIMATE
    • How the place feels.
    • Sunny or overcast?
    • The relationships - do people get along?
    • Stress levels
    • Fun and enjoyment
    • Challenge and excitement
  • 4. Culture is developed, built and maintained by:
    • History
    • Immersion
    • Discussion
    • Shared values and beliefs
    • Practice
    • Good leadership
    • Leaders should be the builders and keepers of the culture
  • 5. Climate also is developed,built and maintained, but….
    • depends on the ‘who’ and the ‘how’.
    • The enhancers - positive
    • The ‘well-poisoners’- negative
  • 6. Culture and Climate working together
    • Strong culture + toxic climate = culture wobble/unhappy workplace
    • Weak culture + positive climate = happy school (with not much happening)
    • Strong culture + positive climate = serendipity!!!
  • 7. He aha te mea nui o te ao? He tangata……
    • It’s the people!
    • People-intensive places.
    • People intensely influence
    • Think ‘bite’ and ‘bum’!
  • 8. What matters?
    • Communication
    • Relationships
    • Appreciation
    • Satisfaction
    • Common purpose
    • Self awareness
    • Awareness of others
  • 9. Knowing me, knowing you - aha!
    • A quick look at your operating style
    • A look at those you lead/work with
  • 10. WANT TO BE AN EFFECTIVE LEADER? FIRST, KNOW YOURSELF
    • How you operate
    • What you believe in - your philosophy
    • Your expectations of others
    • How’s your efficacy? - two C’s
  • 11. JUST WHO ARE THE TEAM?
    • Knowing what the makeup of the team is
    • Operating styles
    • Using style knowledge to advantage
  • 12. IT TAKES ALL SORTS A look at personality types and their preferred modes of operating.
  • 13. DISC MODEL
    • This model is a useful tool for:
    • Improved communication
    • Conflict resolution
    • Time management
    • Understanding what makes YOU ‘tick’
    • Understanding what makes OTHERS ‘tick’
    • Teamwork
  • 14. The DISC Model
    • Direct
    • Influencing
    • Stabilising
    • Conscientious
    D I S C
  • 15. Relevance??
    • Communication
    • Appreciation and rewards
    • Change management
    • Conflict
  • 16. LEVELS OF COMMUNICATION Fact Opinion Cliche Feelings Intimacy Level Of Risk Mouth-to -mouth Head-to-head Head-to-head Heart-to-heart Heart-to-heart
  • 17. Another ‘C’ word…… Conflict
    • Can be immensely time-consuming
    • Can be seductive
    • Displacement
    • Distressing - and stressing
    • GO TO THE HEAT
  • 18. Influence v Concern Circle of influence Circle of concern
  • 19. Yet another ‘C’ word….. Change
    • Not everyone’s cup of tea
    • Leads to the ‘R’ word
    • GO TO THE HEAT!
  • 20. SO - BACK TO THE TOP…
    • Culture and climate need to ‘marry’ and marry happily and productively
    • A leader’s job is to nurture and maintain both
    • Sometimes their job is to challenge
    • If challenge, you need to know:
    • Who? What? Why? How?
  • 21.
    • A strong culture in a school is about:
    • Teaching and learning
    • Growing and improving
    • Strong, positive relationships
    • Retaining positive history
    • A strong climate in a school is about:
    • Relationships
    • Appreciation
    • Support
    • Fun

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