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A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
A Holistic Approach To Advancing  Leadership Effectiveness111008
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  • Karen only asked me to be today’s speaker a couple of weeks ago, and in truth, I did not have one slide prepared at the time that she asked me. Since I promote my business only through one-on-one meetings where the presentation media is a notepad, and since I thought that view ability of an easel presentation would be problematic in this large a room, I knew that I was setting myself up for a lot of work. However, I did agree to be the speaker on such short notice because I am passionate about a message that I have been trying to convey on the role that executive coaching can play in minimizing the need to recruit leaders from outside and in helping retain internal talent. My passion comes from the regret I feel when I look back over what was objectively a very successful line management career, but still realize how much more I might have achieved, and how much more I would have enjoyed the journey, had I been as effective a leader at age thirty as I eventually became at age fifty. My message today is that it is indeed possible to achieve such accelerated leadership development through behavioral coaching that addresses the total human being.
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    • 1. A Holistic Approach to Advancing Leadership Effectiveness By Nelson Zagalsky, Ph.D. President, High-Tech Focus www.hightechfocus.com
    • 2. Remedial vs. Developmental Situation
      • Remedial: Correct faults that undermine leadership effectiveness
        • Distorted perspectives
        • Problematic behaviors
        • Competency gaps
      • Developmental: Strengthen personal foundation necessary to support increasing load of leadership responsibilities
    • 3. Alternative Approaches
      • Mellow out
    • 4. Alternative Approaches
      • Mellow out
      • Leadership development
        • Training
        • Self-help
        • Coaching
    • 5. Coaching
      • New perspectives
      • New behaviors
      • New competencies
    • 6. Presentation Outline
      • Personality Types
      • Coaching
        • Perspectives
        • Competencies
        • Models
      • Integral Coaching
    • 7. Presentation Outline
      • Personality Types
      • Coaching
        • Perspectives
        • Competencies
        • Models
      • Integral Coaching
    • 8. Enneagram Personality Types
      • 1 THE REFORMER 6 THE LOYALIST
      •              
      • 2 THE HELPER 7 THE ENTHUSIAST
      • 3 THE ACHIEVER 8 THE CHALLENGER
      • 4 THE INDIVIDUALIST   9 THE PEACEMAKER
      • 5 THE INVESTIGATOR
      • Reference: The Wisdom of The Enneagram, by Don
      • Richard Riso & Russ Hudson
      • (Also see www.enneagraminstitute.com )
    • 9. Variations Within an Enneagram Personality Type
      • Lowest stages need therapy, not coaching
      • Top stages increasingly able to operate outside of type’s stereotypical behaviors
    • 10. Enneagram Exercise
      • Determine your Enneagram type
      • Which stereotypical behavior has been most problematic for you?
      • Poll group
    • 11. Presentation Outline
      • Personality Types
      • Coaching
        • Perspectives
        • Competencies
        • Models
      • Integral Coaching
    • 12. Gaining a New Perspective
    • 13. Evolving Structure of Interpretation
    • 14. Evolving Structure of Interpretation
    • 15. Evolving Structure of Interpretation
    • 16. Gaining New Perspective: Illuminating the Blind Spots
      • Pierce Structure of Interpretation
        • New perspective
        • Short term assistance
        • “ Challenge Coaching”
      • Shift Structure of Interpretation
        • New perspective
        • Long term development
        • “ Developmental coaching”
    • 17. Presentation Outline
      • Personality Types
      • Coaching
        • Perspectives
        • Competencies
        • Models
      • Integral Coaching
    • 18. Competencies Leadership & Management Skills
    • 19. Competencies Leadership & Management Skills Strategy Execution Performance Culture Structure Talent Acquisition Innovation Leadership Mergers & Partnerships
    • 20. Competencies Leadership & Management Skills Professional Skills
    • 21. Competencies Leadership & Management Skills Foundational Competencies/ Human Being 101 Professional Skills
    • 22. Competencies Leadership & Management Skills Foundational Competencies/ Human Being 101 Professional Skills
    • 23. Competencies Leadership & Management Skills Foundational Competencies/ Human Being 101 Cognitive Professional Skills
    • 24. Competencies Leadership & Management Skills Foundational Competencies/ Human Being 101 Cognitive Emotional Professional Skills
    • 25. Competencies Leadership & Management Skills Foundational Competencies/ Human Being 101 Cognitive Emotional Relational Professional Skills
    • 26. Competencies Leadership & Management Skills Foundational Competencies/ Human Being 101 Cognitive Emotional Relational Somatic Professional Skills
    • 27. Competencies Leadership & Management Skills Foundational Competencies/ Human Being 101 Cognitive Emotional Relational Somatic Spiritual Professional Skills
    • 28. Presentation Outline
      • Personality Types
      • Coaching
        • Perspectives
        • Competencies
        • Models
      • Integral Coaching
    • 29. Competency Development Foundational Model Leadership & Management Skills Foundational Competencies/ Human Being 101 Cognitive Emotional Relational Somatic Spiritual Professional Skills
    • 30. Personality Stage of Development Foundational Model Leadership & Management Skills Stages of Development/ Human Being 101 Above average Healthy Unhealthy Professional Skills
    • 31. Ways of Being Development Foundational Model Leadership & Management Skills Ways of Being/ Human Being 101 Vocation Power Communications In Balance Immediate Concerns Professional Skills
    • 32. Presentation Outline
      • Personality Types
      • Behavioral Coaching
        • Perspectives
        • Competencies
        • Models
      • Integral Coaching
    • 33. Integral Coaching
      • Holistic Coaching Methodology
        • Based on Philosopher Ken Wilber’s 4-Quadrant View of Humanity
        • Extended to Coaching Model by New Ventures West (NVW) Founder James Flaherty
        • NVW is International Coaching Federation Accredited, San Francisco Based Coaching School
    • 34. Integral Coaching 4Q Model Q2: Physical Body & Behavior (Body) Q4: Technology & Environment (Environment) Q1: Mind & Consciousness (Head) Q3: Culture & Relationships (Heart)
    • 35. Integral Coaching 4Q Model Inflexibility Example Q2: Physical Body & Behavior Q4: Technology & Environment
      • Q1: Mind & Consciousness
      • Opportunities self-observation journaling
      Q3: Culture & Relationships
    • 36. Integral Coaching 4Q Model Inflexibility Example Q2: Physical Body & Behavior Q4: Technology & Environment Q1: Mind & Consciousness
      • Q3: Culture & Relationships
      • Flexible conversation practice
    • 37. Integral Coaching 4Q Model Inflexibility Example Q2: Physical Body & Behavior
      • Q4: Technology & Environment
      • Non-profit volunteer
      Q1: Mind & Consciousness Q3: Culture & Relationships
    • 38. Integral Coaching 4Q Model Inflexibility Example
      • Q2: Physical Body & Behavior
      • Yoga
      Q4: Technology & Environment Q1: Mind & Consciousness Q3: Culture & Relationships
    • 39. Integral Coaching 4Q Model Inflexibility Example Reinforcing Practices
      • Q2: Physical Body & Behavior
      • Yoga
      • Q4: Technology & Environment
      • Non-profit volunteer
      • Q1: Mind & Consciousness
      • Opportunities self-observation journaling
      • Q3: Culture & Relationships
      • Flexible conversation practice
    • 40. Executive Coaching Example 4Q Assessment Model Topic: Feeling overwhelmed
      • Q2: Physical Body & Behavior
      • Daily workout
      • Q4: Technology & Environment
      • No white space in calendar
      • Records meeting actions on laptop
      • -recording secretary
      • Manages large organization
      • Q1: Mind & Consciousness
      • Multiplexes tasks
      • Easily distracted
      • Serious
      • Increasingly feeling stressed
      • Enneagram type 8, the Leader
      • Q3: Culture & Relationships
      • Strong relationships with family, associates
      • Approachable
      • Delegation lacks clarity
      • Over commits
      • Accepts best effort “commitments”
    • 41. Coaching Program Design
      • Purpose
      • To develop the capacity to manage a large organization without being overwhelmed by the workload
      • Targeted Outcomes/Competencies
      • You do not over commit your time (and there
      • is more white space in your calendar)
      • You spend less time in meetings
      • You are calm and more free of stress
    • 42. Example Program Observations & Practices Q2: Physical Body & Behavior Q4: Technology & Environment
      • Q1: Mind & Consciousness
      • Time allocation self-observation
      Q3: Culture & Relationships
    • 43. Example Program Observations & Practices Q2: Physical Body & Behavior Q4: Technology & Environment Q1: Mind & Consciousness
      • Q3: Culture & Relationships
      • Delaying response to commitment requests
      • Clear requests for action
    • 44. Example Program Observations & Practices Q2: Physical Body & Behavior
      • Q4: Technology & Environment
      • Top priorities list
      • Impact statements
      Q1: Mind & Consciousness Q3: Culture & Relationships
    • 45. Example Program Observations & Practices
      • Q2: Physical Body & Behavior
      • Breathing focused meditation
      Q4: Technology & Environment Q1: Mind & Consciousness Q3: Culture & Relationships
    • 46. Example Program Observations & Practices
      • Q2: Physical Body & Behavior
      • Breathing focused meditation
      • Q4: Technology & Environment
      • Top priorities list
      • Impact statements
      • Q1: Mind & Consciousness
      • Time allocation self-observation
      • Q3: Culture & Relationships
      • Delaying response to commitment requests
      • Clear requests for action
    • 47. Example Program Results
      • You do not over commit your time (and there is more white space in your calendar)
        • Work hours/week reduced from 65 to 52 (Working on a weekend day became the exception)
      • You spend less time in meetings
        • Staff observed greater accessibility
      • You are calm and more free of stress
        • Stress level significantly reduced
    • 48. Executive Coaching Process
      • Intake Interview
      • 360-Degree Stakeholder Interviews
      • Assessment
      • Preliminary Coaching Program Design
      • Program Review with Executive
      • Program Revision
      • Bi-weekly Coaching Sessions
    • 49. Learning Points
      • Leadership effectiveness can be accelerated by eliminating:
        • Problematic behaviors
        • HB 101 foundational gaps
      • Result is:
        • Improved performance
        • Improved job satisfaction
        • Time for life beyond the workplace
      • Integral Coaching is an effective approach
    • 50. Suggested Takeaway Action
      • Take the online Enneagram personality profile test at www.enneagraminstitute.com and,
        • D etermine your personality type
        • (You may contact me to resolve ambiguities)
        • Estimate your stage of development
        • Read about practices likely to advance your development

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