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  • 1. Leading Individuals 33rd Degree Conference 19-21 March 2012, KrakowTomasz de Jastrzebiec Wykowski Tomasz.Wykowski@procognita.com
  • 2. 4 things you’re expected to do with people Manage them Motivate them Change them Appraise them
  • 3. 4 things you cannot do with people Manage them Motivate them Change them Appraise them
  • 4. As a leader I’d like to understand what impact’s peoplebehavior so that I can work and live with others little easier
  • 5. Scope: 1. Variation 2. Ingredients3. Working with
  • 6. Leadership: - People- Individual - Personal
  • 7. 1.Individuals and Variation (people differs)
  • 8. Theory:Positive feedback –> good resultsNegative feedback –> no results Practice: Positive feedback –> bad results Negative feedback –> good results
  • 9. Variation
  • 10. Variation is built into a process(common causes of variation) External events can cause additional variation (special causes of variation)
  • 11. “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting differentexactly the same results” - Anonymous -
  • 12. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights,that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” - US Declaration of Independence -
  • 13. Not every method works for everyone.Find those that work for you. Not every method works every day. Be prepared to adopt.
  • 14. Positive feedbackNegative feedback
  • 15. Focus on improving the system, notblaming individuals
  • 16. 2. Human Ingredients
  • 17. Skills & Knowledge Talents Filters Networks Values Goals, Motivators and Passions Emotions Roles, Games and Scripts
  • 18. 3.How to work with others?
  • 19. 4 things you cannot do with people Manage them Motivate them Change them Appraise them
  • 20. I.You cannot manage them, …
  • 21. Theory XPeople work to live (so they need to be controlled) Theory YPeople live to work (so they need to be empowered)
  • 22. Leadership – helping others achieve common goals
  • 23. … but you can lead them!
  • 24. II.You cannot motivate them, …
  • 25. “Between stimulus and response is ourgreatest power - the freedom to choose” - Stephen R. Covey“The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” -
  • 26. $
  • 27. my motivators are not yours motivators
  • 28. … but you can ensure they’re not demotivatedand have everything they need to motivate themselves.
  • 29. II.You cannot change them, …
  • 30. “People don’t resistchange, they resist being changed” - Irving Borwick -
  • 31. Verba docentexempla trahunt
  • 32. … but you can: - show desired behaviors yourself,- change environment, and- clearly state expectations
  • 33. IV.You cannot appraise them, …
  • 34. Rating
  • 35. 72John 64Mary
  • 36. Developing
  • 37. Theory Ą:People need to be developed Theory Ę: People want to develop themselves
  • 38. Getting feedback
  • 39. … but you can listen topeople and help them develop themself
  • 40. 4.Leading Individuals
  • 41. I.Start from yourself
  • 42. II.Understand others
  • 43. III.I’m OK – You’re OK
  • 44. IV.Work with individuals
  • 45. V.Improve the system, not people
  • 46. “It’s the job of the leader to see to it,that leadership occurs”- Peter R. Scholtes “The Leader’s Handbook” -
  • 47. Thank You! Tomasz de Jastrzebiec Wykowski Tomasz.Wykowski@procognita.com http://procognita.comhttp://www.linkedin.com/in/wykowski

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