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Development Planning - Wyoming Society of CPAs

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Session at Inaugural Session of Wyoming Society of CPAs Leadership Academy

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Development Planning - Wyoming Society of CPAs

  1. 1. Leadership: The capacity to influence human thought, emotion, and behavior . . . . . . starting with my own.
  2. 2. What separates truly great performers from everyone else?
  3. 3. Deliberate Practice
  4. 4. Deep Domain Knowledge
  5. 5. Willingness to Repeat Hard Things, Even After Initial Failures
  6. 6. Push Themselves Just Beyond Their Current Capabilities
  7. 7. "Organizations tend to assign people based on what they're already good at, not what they need to work on." - Geoff Colvin
  8. 8. Developmental Goals "The best performers set goals that are not just about the outcome, but about the process of reaching the outcome."
  9. 9. Focus On Strengths
  10. 10. Separate Coaching from Mentoring
  11. 11. Structured Coaching
  12. 12. 3-3-1 in 15 minutes •What’s working? •What’s not? •One goal
  13. 13. Coaching Tip: Ask Good Questions • What’s the one thing that you could do now that would have the biggest impact on your future success in practice development? • What's the one thing you could do that would have the biggest impact on your relationships with members of your engagement teams? • What relationships should you be cultivating? • What are you doing to stretch yourself from a technical perspective?
  14. 14. Coaching Tip: Practice Reflective Listening “What I hear you saying is . . .”
  15. 15. Confidence in your presentation . . .
  16. 16. Confidence in your presentation . . .
  17. 17. Goal Setting
  18. 18. Intellect Can Clarify Intent
  19. 19. Emotion Moves Us to Act
  20. 20. What’s My Motivation?
  21. 21. “The greatest untapped source of motivation . . . is a sense of service to others; focusing on the contribution of our work to other peoples’ lives has the potential to make us more productive than thinking about helping ourselves.” Dr. Adam Grant – Wharton
  22. 22. Selecting a Coach or Mentor • What do you hope to achieve? • What criteria will you use in selection? • Who will you ask?
  23. 23. MOTIVATION ABILITY PersonalSocialStructural 1 2 3 4 5 6 Can I do it? Do others motivate me? Do others enable or hinder or prevent me from performing? Does my environment motivate me? Does my environment enable or hinder my performance? Am I motivated?

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