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Today’s Agenda Leadership 101 YOU on Leadership Leadership History How NOT to Lead The Leadership Workout
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What do YOU think?What do HR execs identify as theirabsolute #1 concern right now?A.Lack of talentB.Lack of engagementC.Lack of leadershipD.Lack of money
What do YOU think?What do HR execs identify as theirabsolute #1 concern right now?A.Lack of talentB.Lack of engagementC.Lack of leadershipD.Lack of moneySource: Right Management
What exactly is a leader?
Someone who knows the way, goes the wayand shows the way. John C. Maxwell
If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader. John Quincy Adams
“Leader” vs. “Manager”
Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success. Leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the right wall. Stephen Covey The manager asks how and when. The leader asks what and why. Warren Bennis Management is doing things right. Leadership is doing the right things. Peter Drucker
Who exactly is a leader?
Leadership is not a gene and it’s not an inheritance. Leadership is an identifiable set of skills and abilitiesthat are available to ALL of us. Ken Blanchard
How do you spend YOUR time?
YOU on Leadership
Who is your favorite leader and why?
Nobody Spiritual Leaders Dead PoliticiansFictional Characters Sports FiguresYour Former Boss You
Who is your least favorite leader and why?
Living Politicians Evil Dictators Fallen CEOsYour Current Boss You (Past)
1. The Bible (God) 2. The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People (Covey) 3. Good to Great (Collins) 4. Who Moved My Cheese? (Johnson) 5. Oh, the Places You’ll Go! (Seuss) 6. How to Win Friends & Influence People (Carnegie) 7. Leading Change (Kotter)TOP 10LEADERSHIP 8. The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership (Maxwell)BOOKS OF 9. The One Minute Manager (Blanchard)ALL TIME 10. Profiles in Courage (Kennedy) Source: ManpowerGroup Employment Blawg
AGE OF INDUSTRY Command & control Hierarchical One size fits all
AGE OF AQUARIUS Reject the old models Loads of theories Heavy, groovy & far out
AGE OF JACK BIG is better #1 or #2 or get out Shareholders rule Lean and mean Stack rank Celebrity CEO Sources: FORTUNE Magazine, ManpowerGroup Employment Blawg
AGE OF YOU Agile is better Find niche or create something new Customers rule Look out, not in Engage Humble CEO Sources: FORTUNE Magazine, ManpowerGroup Employment Blawg
How NOT to Lead
Lousy Leadership = Lots of Lawsuits
GOOD TO GONE
PRIDE Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall. GodPride is the first step in people unraveling and companies unraveling and relationships unraveling. Jeff Foxworthy
GREED If we’re looking for the source of our troubles, we shouldn’t test people for drugs, we should test them for stupidity, ignorance, greed and love of power. P.J. O’Rourke Take heed. Never take advantage of the things you need. Never let yourself be overcome by greed. Walk the straight and narrow and you shall succeed. ShaggyIf you’re not greedy you will go far. You will live in happiness, too. Like the oompa loompa doompity do. Anthony Newley / Leslie Bricusse
FEARFear is the darkroom where negatives develop. Usman Asif FEAR = False Evidence Appearing Real Ken Blanchard
LIESNo man has a good enough memory to make a successful liar. Abe Lincoln Listen to lawyers. Mark Toth
Where are YOU?
What do YOU think?What percentage of NBA games are wonby the team with the leading scorer?A.100%B.75%C.55%D.35%E.15%
What do YOU think?What percentage of NBA games are wonby the team with the leading scorer?A.100%B.75%C.55%D.35%E.15%Source: The RBL Group / Dave Ulrich
Full Body Workout
The of a Leader
What do YOU think?What’s the #1 thing leaders can do toincrease employee engagement?A.Communicate clear strategyB.Manage change effectivelyC.Reduce inefficiencyD.Show that you value employeesE.Buy a yacht, golf excessively andgenerally ignore employees
What do YOU think?What’s the #1 thing leaders can do toincrease employee engagement?A.Communicate clear strategyB.Manage change effectivelyC.Reduce inefficiencyD.Show that you value employeesE.Buy a yacht, golf excessively andgenerally ignore employeesSource: Right Management
The of a Leader: JOHN WOODEN 10 national championships - 7 in a row 88 straight wins 6-time National Coach of the Year Multiple Hall-of-Famers Presidential Medal of Freedom
The of a Leader: JOHN WOODEN Love is the most powerful four-letter word. Start with the heart, not the scoreboard. What you are as a person is far more important than what you are as a basketball player.
EXERCISE Would those around you describe you as …CARING HUMBLE? HOPEFUL? ETHICAL?
The of a Leader
LEARN LEARN CREATE CREATE KNOW KNOWDECIDEDECIDE YOU YOU
The of a Leader: LEARN Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other. John F. Kennedy We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths. Walt Disney
The of a Leader: CREATE The #1 most important brain quality COMPLEXITY SOLUTIONS SOLUTIONS Source: IBM Global CEO Study
The of a Leader: DECIDE People think focus means saying yes to the thing you’ve got to focus on. But that’s not what it means at all. It means saying NO to the hundred other good ideas that there are. Steve Jobs
The of a Leader: KNOW YOU Before you can hope to lead anyone else, you have to know yourself. Ken Blanchard Most people think they know what they are good at. They are usually wrong. Peter Drucker
EXERCISEWhat % of your time do you spend growing your brain?LEARN CREATE DECIDE KNOW YOU
What do YOU think?What do leaders identify as the absolute #1leadership competency?A.Inspiring othersB.Strategic visionC.Business acumenD.Decision makingE.Smooth dance moves
What do YOU think?What do leaders identify as the absolute #1leadership competency?A.Inspiring othersB.Strategic visionC.Business acumenD.Decision makingE.Smooth dance movesSource: Right Management
The of a Leader
The of a Leader: VISION The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. Max DePree A leader’s job is to rally people toward a better future. Marcus Buckingham
The of a Leader: VISION Apple: Think different. Disney: Make people happy. WalMart: Buy in bulk & discount. Microsoft: Personal computer in every home.
The of a Leader: VISION Look UP
What do YOU think?What do employees wantleaders to value most?A.Their appearanceB.Their work productC.Their communication skillsD.Their opinionsE.Their karaoke skills
What do YOU think?What do employees wantleaders to value most?A.Their appearanceB.Their work productC.Their communication skillsD.Their opinionsE.Their karaoke skillsSource: Right Management
The of a Leader
EXERCISE Listen first Surround yourself with truth-tellers Make eye contact Restate to ensure understanding No texting, etc. Tame your tongue
The of a Leader
The of a Leader: WHAT DO THEY HEAR? Lecture (15%) Reading (22%) Demo (32%) Discuss (45%) Practice (79%) Do (90%) Source: SHRM
The of a Leader: WHAT DO THEY WANT TO HEAR? Vision Strategy Expectations How I can contribute Source: Right Management
EXERCISE Smile Encourage Clear Compelling Truth Repeat
What do YOU think?What’s the best way for an immediatemanager to engage his or her employees?A.Have an all-day staff meetingB.Assign them exciting projectsC.Increase pay 58%D.Have a career development discussionE.Make every day “Jeans Day”
What do YOU think?What’s the best way for an immediatemanager to engage his or her employees?A.Have an all-day staff meetingB.Assign them exciting projectsC.Increase pay 58%D.Have a career development discussionE.Make every day “Jeans Day”Source: Right Management
The of a Leader
The of a Leader Leadership is practiced not so much in words as in attitude and actions. Harold Geneen The dictionary is the only place that success comes before hard work. Vince Lombardi
The of a Leader: DEVELOP Leaders aren’t born, they’re made. And they’re made just like anything else – through hard work. Vince Lombardi The growth and development of people is the highest calling of leadership. Harvey Firestone
The of a Leader: DEVELOP If you generally If you focus If you focus ignore your on employee on employee employees, the weaknesses, strengths, the chances they’ll the chances they’ll chances they’ll be disengaged: be disengaged: be disengaged: 40% 22% 1%
The of a Leader
EXERCISE Walk the Walk Balance Speed + Agility Persevere
THE LEADERSHIP WORKOUTCARING LEARN LOOK UP TRUTH CLEAR DEVELOP BALANCEHUMBLE CREATE LOOK OUT DIVERSITY COMPELLING EXECUTE AGILITYETHICAL DECIDE LOOK IN CREATIVE REPEAT PERSEVERE
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