Mott L.L. Groom

    September 2005
Annual Meeting INAA
       Rome
Today, we are going to take a walk around Rome and see what lessons
                         the past has to offer.
      ...
And yesterday’ challenges are still challenges 2000 years later,
                      Because In Rome^
Via S. Chiara




 People still live in the same
buildings, like the 2000 year ol
       baths of Agrippa ^
they park their vehicles next to the 2400 year old Servian Wall
they maneuver
around ancient
 structures on
  their way to
   work^AND
AND . . .they jog along the ancient aqueducts, Hollywood . . .
. . . likes to emphasize the bizarre, with Gladiator combats and orgies
                        particularly by these two ...
Reprint, March/April 2000
                                         Daniel Goleman, Rutgers University


In this article, t...
“the ability to manage ourselves and
   our relationships effectively”.




       Emotional Intelligence consists of . . .
Self-Awareness:                     Social Awareness:

                                    Social Skill:
Self-Management:
...
Self-Awareness:
 Self-confidence
 Accurate self -
 assessment
 Emotional self-
 awareness

                   Self Awarene...
Self Awareness:

Self-Management:
 Self-Control
 Adaptability
 Initiative
 Trustworthiness
 Conscientiousness
            ...
Self Awareness:                       Social Awareness:
                                         Empathy
                 ...
Self Awareness:                        Social Awareness:


Self-Management:
                                       Social ...
1. Coercive . . . forcing
1. Coercive . . . forcing
2. Authoritative . . . leading, “follow me”
1. Coercive . . . forcing
2. Authoritative . . . leading, “follow me”
3. Affiliative . . . People oriented




    Affilia...
1.   Coercive . . . forcing
2.   Authoritative . . . leading, “follow me”
3.   Affiliative . . . People oriented
4.   Demo...
1.   Coercive . . . forcing
2.   Authoritative . . . leading, “follow me”
3.   Affiliative . . . People oriented
4.   Demo...
1.   Coercive . . . forcing
2.   Authoritative . . . leading, “follow me”
3.   Affiliative . . . People oriented
4.   Demo...
From Julius Caesar in 48 BC to Constantine in 337 AD,
    and we’ll talk about 1 dictator and 7 emperors.
    We’ll look a...
Palazzo
Massimo




   Augustus ^ and Rome’s first auditor Emperor . . .
and an Iraqi invader. . .
          Vatican
Palazzo
Massimo
and see how they succeeded or failed in their management challenges.
These men didn’t pass their days in orgies or feastin...
Imperial Forum




                        Was a hugely successful organization that
At its peak by 160 AD, spanned 3 cont...
Julius Caesar effectively   ended
    the Republican period in 48 BC.
As a Roman general he conquered Gaul
  and ended the...
Imperial Forum




He then took his legions beyond his authorized territory, crossed the
                Rubicon river and...
. . .for the cash
     that had
 been stashed
  as a reserve
   against an
   invasion by
  Gaul, which
was no longer
    ...
To pursue the deposed leader Pompey who
was fleeing to set up a government in exile.
 Caesar, always an innovator, underst...
EUR




   to attack Pompey’s fleeing ships.But, like so often happens today,
              the technology failed him and ...
Palazzo Altemps




              and in the Inferno, Dante describes his management style as
                            ...
Skilled politicians like Cicero
              were able to promote their
Capitoline
              own agenda and oppose
Mu...
Palazzo Massimo




                       . . .a new solar calendar of 365 days.
His ego kept getting in his way , he eve...
E tu
                                                                              Brutus ?




March 44 BC, he was slain ...
flowers are still placed on his tomb.
So, How do we judge Caesar ? As a manager . . .
Marc Antony stood here and said “I come to bury Caesar not to praise him”,
                          according to Shakespe...
Emotional Intelligence

10       9
 9
 8                  7
                                                        6.5
 7...
1.    Coercive . . . forcing
2.    Authoritative . . . leading, “follow me”
3.    Affiliative . . . People oriented
4.    ...
Octavian        So having dispatched Caesar, lets turned to his adopted
                 son and successor, Octavian. Afte...
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  1. 1. Mott L.L. Groom September 2005 Annual Meeting INAA Rome
  2. 2. Today, we are going to take a walk around Rome and see what lessons the past has to offer. Because Romans live with one foot in the past ^
  3. 3. And yesterday’ challenges are still challenges 2000 years later, Because In Rome^
  4. 4. Via S. Chiara People still live in the same buildings, like the 2000 year ol baths of Agrippa ^
  5. 5. they park their vehicles next to the 2400 year old Servian Wall
  6. 6. they maneuver around ancient structures on their way to work^AND
  7. 7. AND . . .they jog along the ancient aqueducts, Hollywood . . .
  8. 8. . . . likes to emphasize the bizarre, with Gladiator combats and orgies particularly by these two jokers. Palazzo Massimo But, Most amazing thing about ancient Rome and its people is not the bizarre, but the similarities with the present So today we’ll talk about Rome, and some of its leaders in business terms, and for this I have borrowed an article . . .
  9. 9. Reprint, March/April 2000 Daniel Goleman, Rutgers University In this article, the author Daniel Goleman says good leadership gets results and good leadership results from a persons use of his or her^
  10. 10. “the ability to manage ourselves and our relationships effectively”. Emotional Intelligence consists of . . .
  11. 11. Self-Awareness: Social Awareness: Social Skill: Self-Management: A manager needs to know his strengths and weaknesses in each of these areas. Briefly they are . . .
  12. 12. Self-Awareness: Self-confidence Accurate self - assessment Emotional self- awareness Self Awareness is knowing yourself and your emotional situation
  13. 13. Self Awareness: Self-Management: Self-Control Adaptability Initiative Trustworthiness Conscientiousness Self Management, is how you act toward others
  14. 14. Self Awareness: Social Awareness: Empathy Organizational Self-Management: Awareness Service Orientation Social Awareness, is how you perceive social situations and interactions
  15. 15. Self Awareness: Social Awareness: Self-Management: Social Skill: Visionary Leadership Influence Communication skill Organization Conflict Management And Social Skill is how you motivate, organize and produce results. Then a manager selects a management style for given situation. there are six styles according to Goleman^
  16. 16. 1. Coercive . . . forcing
  17. 17. 1. Coercive . . . forcing 2. Authoritative . . . leading, “follow me”
  18. 18. 1. Coercive . . . forcing 2. Authoritative . . . leading, “follow me” 3. Affiliative . . . People oriented Affiliatiative, which involves people motivating one another
  19. 19. 1. Coercive . . . forcing 2. Authoritative . . . leading, “follow me” 3. Affiliative . . . People oriented 4. Democratic . . . Consensus Democratic which builds consensus
  20. 20. 1. Coercive . . . forcing 2. Authoritative . . . leading, “follow me” 3. Affiliative . . . People oriented 4. Democratic . . . Consensus 5. Pacesetting . . . Goal setting and achieving Pacesetting which works against targets and goals
  21. 21. 1. Coercive . . . forcing 2. Authoritative . . . leading, “follow me” 3. Affiliative . . . People oriented 4. Democratic . . . Consensus 5. Pacesetting . . . Goal setting and achieving 6. Coaching . . . mentoring Today, Our survey will cover the period . . .
  22. 22. From Julius Caesar in 48 BC to Constantine in 337 AD, and we’ll talk about 1 dictator and 7 emperors. We’ll look at a 20th century style leader like…
  23. 23. Palazzo Massimo Augustus ^ and Rome’s first auditor Emperor . . .
  24. 24. and an Iraqi invader. . . Vatican Palazzo Massimo
  25. 25. and see how they succeeded or failed in their management challenges. These men didn’t pass their days in orgies or feasting at the vomitorium, They spent full time managing an empire with techniques and skills which aren’t very different than those practiced today. The Roman empire^ they built . . .
  26. 26. Imperial Forum Was a hugely successful organization that At its peak by 160 AD, spanned 3 continents, a land area approximately the size of the 48 United States. Today, we will take a virtual walk around Rome and learn some lessons from the people who built and ran i.
  27. 27. Julius Caesar effectively ended the Republican period in 48 BC. As a Roman general he conquered Gaul and ended the running battles with Rome’s neighbors.
  28. 28. Imperial Forum He then took his legions beyond his authorized territory, crossed the Rubicon river and marched on Rome. Like any good takeover artist, he headed straight . . .
  29. 29. . . .for the cash that had been stashed as a reserve against an invasion by Gaul, which was no longer needed. ^ He then headed down the Via Appia
  30. 30. To pursue the deposed leader Pompey who was fleeing to set up a government in exile. Caesar, always an innovator, understood how to use modern^ technology and he had his engineers design machines^.
  31. 31. EUR to attack Pompey’s fleeing ships.But, like so often happens today, the technology failed him and he had to resort to traditional warfare to defeat Pompey’s army Then, after traveling to Egypt and having a son with its queen Cleopatra, Caesar returned to Rome to manage his empire . . .
  32. 32. Palazzo Altemps and in the Inferno, Dante describes his management style as “falcon eyed and fully armed” But like a lot of takeover artists, Caesar didn’t’ have the disposition for management, First there was managing at headquarters rather than in the field ^ which meant that . . .
  33. 33. Skilled politicians like Cicero were able to promote their Capitoline own agenda and oppose Museum Caesar’s dictatorship. Caesar also surrounded Himself with sycophants, like Marc Antony who wanted him to declare himself King. While Caesar did make some reforms in fundamental areas such as . . .
  34. 34. Palazzo Massimo . . .a new solar calendar of 365 days. His ego kept getting in his way , he even named the 5th month July, after himself. Caesar was guilty of two classical management mistakes. He was vulnerable to flattery and he never appreciated the strength and determination of his opposition. so on the ides^ of march . . .
  35. 35. E tu Brutus ? March 44 BC, he was slain at this point in the Pompey theatre by 23 knife wounds. Every year at the altar of the divine Julius in the Forum . . .
  36. 36. flowers are still placed on his tomb. So, How do we judge Caesar ? As a manager . . .
  37. 37. Marc Antony stood here and said “I come to bury Caesar not to praise him”, according to Shakespeare But instead of literature, we’ll use Professor Goleman’s criteria.
  38. 38. Emotional Intelligence 10 9 9 8 7 6.5 7 6 6 Julius Caesar 5 4 4 3 2 1 Self Aware Self Mngt. Social Social Avg. Aware Skills I give Caesar low scores in social awareness and social skills, He was a good talker but a lousy listener and as a result he didn’t appreciate the strength and conviction of his opponents and therefore didn’t employ his social awareness and social skills to win them over , he paid the price, he was assassinated And he was certainly . . .
  39. 39. 1. Coercive . . . forcing 2. Authoritative . . . leading, “follow me” 3. Affiliative . . . People oriented 4. Democratic . . . Consensus 5. Pacesetting . . . Goal setting and achieving 6. Coaching . . . mentoring A coercive leader with his opposition and detractors, although a very authoritative leader with his troops and supporters who idolized him.
  40. 40. Octavian So having dispatched Caesar, lets turned to his adopted son and successor, Octavian. After Caesar’s assassinatio there was a long succession struggle, The 3 contenders 31 BC- 14 AD (MA, Octavian , Lepidus) agreed to power sharing, and divi
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