LEAD | I & Others - Leading Collaborative Teams


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Learning how to lead collaborative teams. Session delivered EuroXpro 2014.

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LEAD | I & Others - Leading Collaborative Teams

  1. + Leading Collaborative Teams
  2. Owning my Strengths Breaking my Limits My Leadership Stand
  3. + What was truly unique about that performance was that they were able to use their different strengths. Then, to work together to achieve a common result.
  4. + If we want to achieve Gen2015 we need to be collaborative network
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  6. + Why does this matter for AIESEC?
  7. + Time is short and we have only one term to make a difference
  8. + What are the elements of a collaborative team..
  9. + What team success mean for you?
  10. + Happiness Good Friends Working together efficiently Overcoming challenges Achieving Goal
  11. + Everyone has their own definition of success
  12. + What is the right kind of success Team Success: Clear and specific goal that bonds the team to ensure everyone feels ownership towards it.
  13. +If the team has a common definition of success, members have • A strong shared vision • Clear measurable goals in the team • Power to make better decisions
  14. + If the team do not have a common definition of success, member will • feel irrelevant • might compete against each other • always in resistance
  15. + Review your recent team experiences, did you think you and your team had a common understanding of success? If yes/no, What contributed to it? What made it work/not work?
  16. + The role of the leader is to then be able to facilitate the team to create this common definition of success and to fully engage the team members towards it
  17. + The role of the team member is to then know their unique contribution towards the team success in order to feel the ownership towards the bigger purpose.
  18. + Set and establish one clear MoS of the team/entity Together, create clear guidelines required to achieve it Activate the team with respective tasks to achieve success Review and track the team constantly to ensure alignment S.t.a.r Team
  19. For Elect • As an LCP, what steps can I create this common definition of success in my EB team? • As an MC, how can I contribute towards the definition of success? For Current • As an LCP, how can I enable my team to have a realignment towards of success? • As an MC, what needs to happen for my team to achieve our goal?
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  22. + Once teams then build this common definition of success, then what’s next?
  23. + Teams then need be able to ensure that each and every member is able to deliver upon this promise.
  24. + • TRUST Trust
  25. + • TRUST Lets experience it....
  26. + Trust Fall
  27. + Trust Fall • One member volunteers and stands on chair • Rest of team locks arms
  28. + Trust Fall • Rest of team inform person falling we are ready • Faller counts down from 5
  29. + • TRUST Get into groups of 10-12
  30. As the Person Falling: • How did it feel to be falling into the group? • What gave you confidence to proceed? As the People Catching: • How did we make the falling person feel safe? • What role did you play to give confidence to the falling person? Discussion in Groups
  31. + • TRUST Trust is confidence. Trust is power. Trust gives security. Trust gives hope.
  32. Dare to be great! Dare to be GREAT!
  33. + Teams that trust each other can • be able to build mutual regard for each other • able to be authentic and forthright • find it easier to rely on others to carry out tasks
  34. + Teams that dont trust each other • become cautious of each other • do not give authentic feedback
  35. + • TRUST What are key elements for you when it comes to trusting others?
  36. +Review your recent team experiences.. • What was your overall level of trust on the team? What were some key challenges? • What do you think was the trust the team towards you? Why? • What do you think was the level of
  37. I’m really Smart, I have the knowledge and I have achieved a lot in the past, but i always put myself first.
  38. I really am passionate to help and contribute but i really dont have the skills to complete the tasks
  39. + Character Competence X
  40. + Trust Tree introduction • Being honest and having humility— telling the truth and leaving the right impression. Integrity: Character
  41. + Trust Tree introduction • Your overall motive and agenda towards doing something and your behavior towards it. Intent: Character
  42. + Trust Tree introduction • Your talents and strengths which enable you to make a difference Capabilities: Competence
  43. + Trust Tree introduction• The tangible achievements that truly showcase your capacity Results: Competence
  44. + Character Competence X Intention Intrgrity Results Capabilities
  45. +Nothing is as fast as the speed of trust
  46. Call for Action What do I think needs to change about myself based on the trust tree to enable a collaborative team?
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  48. + What does it mean to be in a collaborative team?
  49. + What is the right kind of success Team Success: Clear and specific goal that bonds the team to ensure everyone feels ownership towards it.
  50. + Character Competence X Intention Intrgrity Results Capabilities
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  53. + Enjoy the Ride
  54. + Insights • What brought real meaning for you today? What challenged you? • Which conversations touched you the most? • What is important to you now and what needs to change about myself?
  55. + Entity Discussions What are the mindset and attitudes that needs to be addressed immediately that are holding us back? How can we evolve our membership toward becoming more purposeful / collaborative / driven? What actions can we take to create these behaviors in our entity?
  56. + GO into your entities
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  58. + The best version of ourselves
  59. + Personal Leadership Stand
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  61. + GO into your entities Leading myself will make 2015 a reality!
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  63. + GO into your entities Success depends on YOU
  64. ATTITUDE knowledge Skills