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Chancellor Michael harris chancellor Presenting Value Based Leadership, פרופסור וצ'נסלור מייקל הריס

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Chancellor Michael harris chancellor Presenting Value Based Leadership, פרופסור וצ'נסלור מייקל הריס

Chancellor Michael harris chancellor Presenting Value Based Leadership, פרופסור וצ'נסלור מייקל הריס


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  • 1. INDIANA UNIVERSITY KOKOMO Value-Based Leadership Presented by: Chancellor Michael Harris
  • 2. Value-Based Leadership Leadership is about: • • • • A vision and a collective destiny Motivating people to work together to accomplish extraordinary things Making decisions, not being arbitrary and capricious Grounded in and guided by values and integrity This requires knowing yourself
  • 3. Value-Based Leadership Leadership: An Art and a Science ART Creativity, Expression based LEADERSHIP SCIENCE Rational, Knowledge acquired by learning
  • 4. Value-Based Leadership • Is enhancing leadership feasible? • Each of us is a leader
  • 5. Value-Based Leadership The Search for a Definition Leadership (a definition): Developing a vision and a collective destiny; making decisions, overseeing change and creating transitions through empathy and collaborative work grounded in and guided by values and integrity Core Values Constraints (resources, $, time) Leadership Approach
  • 6. Value-Based Leadership Foundation & Constraints: Time & resource constraints Organizational structure Time and resource constraints Organizational Structure – key to outcomes Leadership Approach Core Values Leadership Core values
  • 7. Value-Based Leadership Lessons from Sir Ernest Shackleton: Anglo-Irish (1874 – 1922) Has been called, “the greatest leader that ever came on God‟s earth, bar none”
  • 8. Value-Based Leadership Ad in London newspaper 1913 Over 5000 men responded
  • 9. Value-Based Leadership The Endurance Expedition to Cross Antarctica: 1914-1916 • “By Endurance we conquer” Shackleton family motto • Named vessel, „Endurance‟ • First ever attempt to complete a crossing of Antarctica from sea to sea (1800 miles by foot)
  • 10. Value-Based Leadership The „Endurance‟ (1914-1916) • August 1914: Shackleton and 27 men set out on ‘Endurance’ • December 1914: ‘Endurance’ leaves South Georgia Island • January 1915: ‘Endurance’ gets trapped in ice
  • 11. Value-Based Leadership The „Endurance‟ (1914-1916) • October 1915: Ship crushed, crew live on the ice • April 1916: Crew makes its way to Elephant Island • April-May 1916: Shackleton and five crew members sail 800 miles to South Georgia Island • August 1916: Shackleton returns to rescue men remaining on Elephant Island
  • 12. Value-Based Leadership Lessons from Shackleton and beyond Leadership in times of limited resources, changing realities and uncertainty: • • • • • Forward looking – optimism – vision Trustworthy, integrity Empower - people support what they help to build See people for what they can be, not for what they appear to be Team building and collaboration Maximize opportunities, not minimizing risk
  • 13. Value-Based Leadership Lessons from Shackleton and beyond • • • Innovative – new solutions to old problems – added value Effectiveness – achieve goals Learn from mistakes
  • 14. Value-Based Leadership Lessons from Shackleton and beyond • • • • Communication Passionate and care for people Lead by example through values Flexibility – challenge status quo
  • 15. 2011-2012 Focus • Empowerment/Leadership/Innovation • Continued Growth
  • 16. Value-Based Leadership “The best explorer, however, is the man who can both „conceive and dare.‟” - H.R. Mill, Shackleton biographer “Never for me the lowered banner, never the last Endeavour.” - Ernest Shackleton Crew of „Endurance‟
  • 17. With immense humility, courage, and deep gratitude