Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

The Future of Leadership Development

1,835 views

Published on

(19th Nov 2017) BFBM စီးပြားေရးဆိုင္ရာ အခမဲ့ေဟာေျပာပြဲတြင္ ဆရာ ဦးတင္ဇံေက်ာ္ ေဟာေျပာခဲ့သည့္ Presentation File

Published in: Business
  • Login to see the comments

The Future of Leadership Development

  1. 1. Humble as a beginner. Bold like a visionary.
  2. 2. Performance Improvement Arena Development Planning Arena “Should” “Actual” “Actual” Time Performance IMPROVEMENT VS. DEVELOPMENT
  3. 3. Relationship of Conceptual, Human, and Technical Skills to Leadership & Management Level
  4. 4. Learn how to make decisions and be ready to change your mind.
  5. 5. ADADA Model A = Aims D = Data A = Alternative D = DECISION A = Activate
  6. 6. What is Leadership ?
  7. 7. “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more & become more, you are a leader.”
  8. 8. "Leadership is a function of knowing yourself, having a vision that is well communicated, building trust among colleagues, and taking effective action to realize your own leadership potential." Warren Bennis
  9. 9. What is Leadership ?  Concept that is both current and timeless.  Social influence and Personal Influence.  To attract capable people, motivate them to put forth their best efforts, and solve problems that arise. Important in any areas of life.
  10. 10. Effective Leadership Objective 1. Be more effective at work 2. To gain Knowledge, Skills and Attitude 3. Have the ability to lead others the opportunity occurs.
  11. 11. On Becoming A Leader Advanced Leadership Skills: Fire your imagination to win in the future Team Leadership: Create teams, not groups Basics of Leadership: Build cohesiveness and coherence so that the mission gets done Conceptual Leadership: Manage Plan Decision Making Creativity Supporting Skills: Communication, Presentation, Time Management Leadership as a Person: Be Ethical Know Your Job Do What is Right
  12. 12. “Great leadership usually starts with a willing heart, a positive attitude, and a desire to make a difference.” - Mac Anderson
  13. 13. The Three Parts Of An Effective Leader Leadership Realist Visionary Strategist
  14. 14. What is HIGH PERFORMANCE LEADERSHIP ?
  15. 15. Taking a business to higher levels of performance is best described as JUMP SHIFTING. Ingredients:  Clear Vision  Stretching Goals  Powerful Strategies  Operating Imperatives + High Performance Leadership
  16. 16. THINKING DIFFERENTLY A Passion for Growth A Passion for Change A Passion for Sustained Momentum
  17. 17. THINKING DIFFERENTLY Small changes to small things a waste of time Is This Essential? Small changes to big things  necessary, but frustrating  good, but need many Big changes to big things  the key to growth Noâ Necessary VITALÂÂ
  18. 18. How do we do it? High Performance Leadership means ... Individual Practice and Mindset Transforming the organization and aligning the people in order to dramatically improve the business and sustain long- term momentum
  19. 19. High Performance Behaviors 1. Provides a clear vision 2. Thinks outside the box 3. Creates an aligned team 4. Builds a strong, empowered organization 5. Set and maintains high standards 6. Demonstrates integrity High Performance Results  Dramatic change  Developed and empowered employees  Sustained momentum  improved competitive/financial position
  20. 20. Doing Nothing Developing Active Listening Receiving Feedback Motivating The Accidental Leader The Successful Leader The Accidental Leader ( Doing Nothing)
  21. 21. Productivity Stages Stage 1: Attention Getting Stage 2: Flying Blind Stage 3: Steadiness Stage 4: On the Rise Stage 5: Doing “Doing”Behavior AttentionGetting FlyingBlind Steadiness OntheRise Doing 1 2 3 4 5 Productivity Stages Productivity and “doing” behavior.
  22. 22. THE FIVE LEVELS OF GREAT LEADERSHIP 1) Position: 2) Permission: People follow because they have to. Your influence will not extend beyond your lines of authority. People follow because they want to. People will follow you beyond your stated lines of authority. 3) Production: People follow because of what you have done for the organization. People like you and what you are doing. 4) People Development: People follow because of what you have done for them. Here your focus is on developing others; you mentor them and help them and you make them more valuable. 5) Personhood: People follow because of who you are and what you represent. Few people make this level, and only others can put you here. It takes years of working
  23. 23. Problem Idea Product of concept (POC) Minimum Viable Product ( MVP) Scale Exit 1 2 3 4 5 6 Exit Strategy
  24. 24. Employee Engagement Marry Heart & Body Relationship Heart & Love Copy & Development
  25. 25. FROM ‘PRODUCTION MANAGER’ TO ‘BUSINESS LEADER/BUSINESS MANAGER’ CHANGING MANAGERIAL ROLE Proactive MANUFACTURING MANAGER BUSINESS LEADER/BUSINESS MANAGER SALES MANAGER PRODUCTION MANAGER Reactive Commercially orientated Technically orientated
  26. 26. POTENTIAL APPRAISERS FOR FUTURE LEADER Skip-one-level manager (‘Grandparent appraisal’) Manager (‘Self-appraisal’) Subordinate (‘Upward appraisal’) Immediate supervisor (‘Parent appraisal’) Internal customers (‘Uncle/aunt appraisal’) Other managers (‘Peer appraisal’) External customers (‘Client appraisal’)
  27. 27. What Future of Leaders Do They care. They believe. They are fair. They expect excellence.
  28. 28. 5 Characteristics of Future of Leaders 1. Love your team 2. Give praise 3. Seldom use your power 4. Surround yourself with rock stars 5. Cast your vision
  29. 29. 10 Principles of Strategic Leadership 1 2 3 4 5 Distribute responsibility. Be honest and open about information. Create multiple paths for raising and testing ideas. Make it safe to fail. Provide access to other strategists.
  30. 30. 10 Principles of Strategic Leadership 6 7 8 9 10 Develop opportunities for experience- based learning. Hire for transformation. Bring your whole self to work. Find time to reflect. Recognize leadership development as an ongoing practice.
  31. 31. Proposition Demonstrators Pilot Series Industrialization Ramp-up Vision – Ambition Fit Problem – Solution Fit Problem – Market Fit Business Model Fit New Product Introduction Proof of the most promising opportunity Proof the proposition is a feasible solution to an existing need Proof of a substantial market potential Proof the proposition is scalable and profitable Start selling products and start making revenue Great Business Great Idea 1 2 3 4 5
  32. 32. Leadership Strategy - Competencies Competency Needs Selection and Promotion Skill Fit Job Fit Company Fit Education Training Experience Skills Attitudes Values Demeanor Appearance Integrity Thinking Style, Behavioral Traits, Occupational Interests Resume, Application, References Job Match Assessment Interview, Integrity Assessment
  33. 33. Future Leadership Capabilities  Thinking Global, Act Local  Cross cultural diversity  Technological savvy  Building alliances and partnerships  Sharing leadership  Learning agility
  34. 34. “If Your Actions Inspire Others To Dream More, Learn More, Do More And Become More, You Are A Leader.” - JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
  35. 35. Future Leaders don’t just tell you what to do, they also guide you through.
  36. 36. The future leaders of Marketing are below 30 because they are Digital natives …..
  37. 37. Thank You

×