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Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011
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  • 1. Leadership At Every Level<br />Written by: Heather Coleman-Voss<br />Edited by: Ron Marshall<br />Ferndale Career Center<br />713 East Nine Mile Road<br />Ferndale, MI 48220<br />248.545.0222<br />Facebook: /FerndaleCareerCenter<br />Twitter: @FerndaleCareer<br />ferndalecareercenter.wordpress.com<br />www.ferndaleschools.org/fcc<br />7.1.2011<br />
  • 2. There is no movement without the first follower…<br />The First Follower <br />
  • 3. Bad Company<br />&quot;Only 41% of employees say the day-to-day actions of management are consistent with their words.&quot; <br />-The Hay Group<br />
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  • 5. Asked via Facebook Questions:“What is most important to you regarding your work and career?<br />
  • 6. Matching Job with Passion –15%<br />Opportunity to learn and grow –14%<br />Flexibility –10%<br />Opportunity to Use Talents – 9%<br />Autonomy – 8%<br />Creativity – 6%<br />Challenge – 5%<br />Meaningful – 5%<br />Empowerment – 4%<br />Leadership – 4%<br />To Be of Service – 3%<br />Synergy – 3%<br />Money – 3%<br />A Positive, Safe Environment – 2%<br />Compensation and Benefits – 2%<br />Quality of Work Life – 2%<br />Location – 1%<br />Career Advancement – 1%<br />Intrinsic Rewards – 1%<br />Love of God/Time to Worship – 1%<br />554 responses<br />
  • 7. “You can&apos;t teach culture. You have to live it, experience it and show it.” <br />- Brent Harris <br />The Zappos Family On Nightline<br />
  • 8. Group Break-Out<br />What has kept you or your employees engaged at work? <br />Share ideas!<br />
  • 9. “It is your actions, not your title, that make you a leader.”@HeatherEColeman<br />
  • 10. What can leaders do to create a culture of leadership?<br />
  • 11. Employers: <br />Your “Open-Door Policy” should mean employees are confident walking in and empowered walking out. <br />How are you creating a culture of autonomy, trust and empowerment?<br />
  • 12. What can employees do to lead in their workplace – and career?<br />
  • 13. Employees, ask yourself this question:<br />Are you offering solutions to problems – or just talking about the problems?<br />How are you leading in your position and supporting the leadership?<br />
  • 14. There is a difference between listening and just waiting to talk.<br />
  • 15. Communication<br />“Remarkable leaders work to master the fundamentals of human behavior and communication.” <br />@KevinEikenberry<br />What does this mean to you?<br />
  • 16. Trust<br />Trust yourself. <br />Trust your team.<br />Trust your leaders – at every level.<br />
  • 17. Get Connected Today!<br />HeatherEColeman<br />facebook.com/HeatherEColeman <br />twitter.com/HeatherEColeman<br />linkedIn.com/in/HeatherEColeman<br />hcoleman@ferndaleschools.org<br />RonMarshall<br />twitter.com/Ron_Marshall <br />facebook.com/ronmarshall <br />linkedIn.com/in/ronmarshall<br />rmarshall@ferndaleschools.org<br />Ferndale Career Center<br />ferndaleschools.org/fcc <br />twitter.com/ferndalecareer<br />facebook.com/ferndalecareercenter<br />linkedin.com/in/ferndalecareercenter<br />ferndalecareercenter.wordpress.com<br />Facebook Group: Career Savvy – A Career, Business and Networking Group<br />#MIsuccess #FerndaleCC<br />

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