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#CEONetwork uses a guide to learning and leadership styles. Try ours and comment below if you see it applies in your life/work as well!

#CEONetwork uses a guide to learning and leadership styles. Try ours and comment below if you see it applies in your life/work as well!

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  • UO CEO Network Leadership Ethic “Know your strengths” #Leadership
  • Our vision: We aim to challenge the status quo, one leader at a time. Together we can level the playing field. #Leadership
  • We define leadership as… Using your natural strengths to move towards a desired goal. #Leadership
  • We think Kolb was right on target. After all, his research spawned Myers-Briggs and most conventional communication style theory for team management.
  • #Leadership •Rely on thinking through options to reflect on a course of action. •Rely on thinking through options to take action. •Rely on concrete experiences (what I can see and feel) to reflect on course of action. •Rely on concrete experiences (what I can see and feel) to let my “intuition” take action. Show me so I can do! Show me so I can reflect! Let me think so I can reflect! Let me think so I can do! We interpret his theory to tell us where we are MOST comfortable…
  • #Leadership Front Running Building ClosingPlanning We named each quadrant:
  • Exemplary leading plays to strengths and protects blind-sides.
  • What does your strength tell you about how you lead? How often do you use it? #Leadership
  • It takes all styles of leadership to move a team towards a goal • Let me think so I can reflect! • Let me think so I can do! • Show me so I can reflect! • Show me so I can do! I rally others to take action and often lead the charge. I can see other’s viewpoints and build consensus. I catch every detail most others miss. I make decisions FAST and often take charge.
  • What does your strength tell you about how you learn? Are you using a routine? #Leadership
  • Mastery of knowledge requires time spent in each strength; starting with listening. I learn by trial and error. I learn by processing with others. I learn by listening and reading. I learn by putting thoughts into action.
  • Every Strength has a blindside… is yours stopping your from achieving greatness? #Leadership
  • #Leadership I react on intuition so fast, I forget to stop and think… I think of the plan of action so fast, I forget to stop and listen to others… I contemplate the plan so long, I forget to get moving on the task… I spend so much time building consensus, I forget to move the plan forward…
  • #Leadership “Show me so I can do!” I rally others to take action. I need support thinking through all the details. I learn by trial and error. “Let me think so I can do!” I make decisions FAST. I need to slow down to consider what others can add. I learn by putting my thoughts into action. “Let me think so I can reflect!” I catch every detail. I need help kicking into gear. I learn by listening and reading. “Show me so I can reflect!” I can see other’s viewpoints. I need time thinking through all the details. I learn by processing with others. Take Action Reflect Abstract Senses Front Runners Builders Planners Closers
  • Find out more: uoceonetwork.uoregon.edu #CultureCode Tayah Butler, MBA | Diversity Champion