Global Footprints: Navigating  Leadership for the future         Dr Cheryl Doig          #cheryldoig
8500 aftershocks A year in Christchurch…
Chch City                MallThe  changing  songlines
DDI• Leadership Development• Talent Management• Management Innovationhttp://www.ddiworld.com/glf2011Social Capital:Buildin...
Boundary Spanning Leadership• “Capability to establish direction, alignment and  commitment across boundaries in service o...
Future Leadership Capabilities                     Marshall Goldsmith Thinking globally Cross cultural diversity Techno...
Clarity            Technological                           savvyTalent Management                  Creativity      Relatio...
Leadership for                       An iterative                      Adaptivethe future                           model…...
Self Regulated
Self Regulated• Leads self for learning: ACEL Leadership  Capability Framework• Mindfulness• The organising principle: Doi...
Positional power to InfluenceAway From                     Towards•   Telling               •   Learning Talk•   One off  ...
Contextual
Contextual• Diversity – age, gender, culture, language….• Biased followers• Intergenerational staff and stakeholders• Key ...
Culturally Intelligence• Cultural intelligence (CQ) refers to the  capabiliity of individuals to function effectively  in ...
Cultural IntelligenceLeading with cultural intelligence doesn’tmean being a chameleon to every individualand situation enc...
Biased followers• Researchers have found some universally  desired leadership traits among followers  everywhere, such as ...
AdaptiveLandmarksandwaterholes…the songlinesare altered…
Adaptive•    Flexible•    Agile•    Conflict•    Managing polarities    • Key influencer: Heifetz, Grashow & Linsky    • K...
Changing    Landscape•   Trauma•   Roll drop•   Staffing loss•   Property damage• Collaboration• Communication• Possibilit...
Capitalising on Complexity• Better performers  manage complexity• Creativity is the greatest  leadership quality needed• M...
©Think Beyond Ltd 2011   Cartoon by David Fletcher
Networked
Networked•   Collaboration is key•   Collective intelligence•   Sharism - Isaac Mao•   Share more gain more•   Heterarchy,...
Collective IntelligenceExplains a groups performance on a wide variety of tasks Collective intelligence is not strongly co...
Collaboration     Over 360,000 tonnes of liquifaction shovelled            Over 75,000 volunteer hourshttps://docs.google....
Filter Bubble                                                                     We need the internet                    ...
The footprints that we leave now have      a compelling impact on the next                 generation of leaders.
Top stories…whose top stories?                             25/09/11
Aimi Eguchihttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yh_BC_HU_lk&feature=related
Ethical             Relationships                                        Behaviour                                        ...
Shaking Up Christchurch Education                     www.thinkbeyond.co.nz/suce/•   Learner focused•   Future focused•   ...
Leadership for                       An iterative                      Adaptivethe future                           model…...
The songs must be continually  sung to keep the land alive.
www.thinkbeyond.co.nzc.doig@thinkbeyond.co.nzwww.alpineleadership.com        Dr Cheryl Doig          #cheryldoig  http://t...
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This lead paper explores critical capabilities that leaders will need to thrive in a networked, global environment. We must forge new pathways, stepping through challenges with courage and looking to the possibilities – personally and professionally. What are some of the trends and how might leaders operate in future landscapes? What is important to focus on and why is it important right now?

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Global Footprints: Navigating Leadership for the future

  1. 1. Global Footprints: Navigating Leadership for the future Dr Cheryl Doig #cheryldoig
  2. 2. 8500 aftershocks A year in Christchurch…
  3. 3. Chch City MallThe changing songlines
  4. 4. DDI• Leadership Development• Talent Management• Management Innovationhttp://www.ddiworld.com/glf2011Social Capital:Building collaborativecultures within and across schools-Michael Fullanhttp://www.cse.edu.au/Publications1.aspx
  5. 5. Boundary Spanning Leadership• “Capability to establish direction, alignment and commitment across boundaries in service of a higher vision or goal.”• (2008-9 study) 128 senior executives• 86% said it was extremely important to work effectively across boundaries - only 7% felt they were very effective in doing so…• http://www.ccl.org/leadership/pdf/research/Bou ndarySpanningLeadership.pdf
  6. 6. Future Leadership Capabilities Marshall Goldsmith Thinking globally Cross cultural diversity Technological savvy Building alliances and partnerships Sharing leadership Learning agility http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0ARtWgAEvs&feature=related
  7. 7. Clarity Technological savvyTalent Management Creativity Relationships
  8. 8. Leadership for An iterative Adaptivethe future model… Ethical Relationships Contextual Networked and Behaviors Self regulating
  9. 9. Self Regulated
  10. 10. Self Regulated• Leads self for learning: ACEL Leadership Capability Framework• Mindfulness• The organising principle: Doing less - Not multitaskingKey influencer: David RockKey stretch: Neuroleadership
  11. 11. Positional power to InfluenceAway From Towards• Telling • Learning Talk• One off • 365 days of the year• One way (either/or) • Multiple ways (and/both)• Discussion • Dialogue & Discussion• Advocacy • Inquiry and Advocacy• Making assumptions • Checking for understanding• Judgment • Evidence
  12. 12. Contextual
  13. 13. Contextual• Diversity – age, gender, culture, language….• Biased followers• Intergenerational staff and stakeholders• Key influencer: David Livermore• Key stretch: Cultural Leadership
  14. 14. Culturally Intelligence• Cultural intelligence (CQ) refers to the capabiliity of individuals to function effectively in multicultural contexts. Earley & Ang (2003) We tend to be more able to more readily decode the mental states of others in social groups closest to us; thus, relative to those outside the group, we would have an intra-cultural advantage. Ringleb, Rock, Conser - “NeuroLeadership in 2010”
  15. 15. Cultural IntelligenceLeading with cultural intelligence doesn’tmean being a chameleon to every individualand situation encountered. But it does meanknowing when an empowering style is mostnecessary as compared to a more directiveone…. It requires discipline and hard work tobecome more adaptable in how we inspireand lead people in an increasingly diverseworld. And with that hard work, slowly butsurely, you can be a global leader. http://davidlivermore.com/2011/09/09/can-you-really-be-a-global-leader/
  16. 16. Biased followers• Researchers have found some universally desired leadership traits among followers everywhere, such as competence, trustworthiness, and decisiveness.• The expectations and stereotypes of followers influence our leadership• One size does not fit all http://davidlivermore.com/2011/09/09/can-you-really-be-a-global-leader/
  17. 17. AdaptiveLandmarksandwaterholes…the songlinesare altered…
  18. 18. Adaptive• Flexible• Agile• Conflict• Managing polarities • Key influencer: Heifetz, Grashow & Linsky • Key stretch: Adaptive Leadership
  19. 19. Changing Landscape• Trauma• Roll drop• Staffing loss• Property damage• Collaboration• Communication• Possibilities thinking
  20. 20. Capitalising on Complexity• Better performers manage complexity• Creativity is the greatest leadership quality needed• Most successful organisations co-create products and services with customers, and integrate customers into core processes IBM Global CEO Study 2010
  21. 21. ©Think Beyond Ltd 2011 Cartoon by David Fletcher
  22. 22. Networked
  23. 23. Networked• Collaboration is key• Collective intelligence• Sharism - Isaac Mao• Share more gain more• Heterarchy, wirearchy,• Connectivism• Amplification of ideas• Key influencer: Mal Lee & Glenn Finger• Key stretch: The internet of things
  24. 24. Collective IntelligenceExplains a groups performance on a wide variety of tasks Collective intelligence is not strongly correlated with the average of maximum individual intelligence of group membersFactors that were important: – average social sensitivity (the ability to read and understand the emotion of others) of group members, – the quality in distribution of conversational turn-taking. Ringleb, Rock, Conser - “NeuroLeadership in 2010”
  25. 25. Collaboration Over 360,000 tonnes of liquifaction shovelled Over 75,000 volunteer hourshttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dE5xbGYxa1ZGYm1yc2Z3cEhpcEg4WkE6MQ http://testingground.samjohnson.co.nz/?page_id=7
  26. 26. Filter Bubble We need the internet to connect us all together. We need it to introduce us to new ideas and new people and differentCartoon by David Fletcher perspectives and it is©Think Beyond Ltd 2011 not going to do that if it leaves us all isolated in a web of one. Eli Parisier http://www.ted.com/talks/eli_pariser_beware_online_filter_bubbles.html
  27. 27. The footprints that we leave now have a compelling impact on the next generation of leaders.
  28. 28. Top stories…whose top stories? 25/09/11
  29. 29. Aimi Eguchihttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yh_BC_HU_lk&feature=related
  30. 30. Ethical Relationships Behaviour Dilemmas Polarities Conflict Moral purposeJan Robertsonhttp://www.icsei.net/icsei2011/Full%20Papers/0181.pdfMichael Bezzinahttp://research.acer.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1013&context=research_conference_2007
  31. 31. Shaking Up Christchurch Education www.thinkbeyond.co.nz/suce/• Learner focused• Future focused• System coherent• Sustainable To be a teacher you need to be a prophet – we are preparing children for a world that does not exist yet. – Peter Senge ACEL Conference, Adelaide 2011
  32. 32. Leadership for An iterative Adaptivethe future model… Ethical Relationships Contextual Networked and Behaviors Self regulating
  33. 33. The songs must be continually sung to keep the land alive.
  34. 34. www.thinkbeyond.co.nzc.doig@thinkbeyond.co.nzwww.alpineleadership.com Dr Cheryl Doig #cheryldoig http://thefounta.in/WL5jH

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