Leadership webinar 2013 08


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This is the slide deck from our Webinar offered August 1, 2013 on Leadership, What's Holding You Back.

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  • For this webinar we will identify the 21 leadership lids and focus on the Mother of all of the lids- The MYOPIA Lid that relates to Maxwell’s #1 Law of the Lid.1. The first leadership lid is the most limiting of all. I call it the Myopia Lid and it relates to Maxwell’s Law of the Lid directly and all 20 of the other lids indirectly: The Myopia lid is characteristic of the leader with shortsighted vision for himself, his team, department, and/or company. An obvious paradox but quite common; it denotes leaders who are uncoachable and cannot or will not grasp that they could even have self-limitations to their leadership ability.
  • The INHIBITION Lid- This lid relates to #2 The Law of Influence: We might call this the Failure to Launch lid because of descriptive words such as inability, incapability, inhibited, introversion disorder, and so on. If you cannot influence others, you cannot lead.
  • The RANDOM Lid- Relates to #3 The Law of Process: People with this lid have resistance to growth and change but specifically may not see their job, department, or organization as an integral part of the whole. They may not truly comprehend where their task or department fits into the overall process of the organization. They may plan many programs and events that are random, disconnected, and fail to incrementally add value and growth. The key to fixing this lid is in the word “incremental.” Growth is a process and not an event. It is better to show an incremental increase that is steady and sustainable than to try many different approaches that result in some wins and some losses. The problem with the random lid sales person is that they may have some big wins but show little in regard to sustainability.
  • The CHAOS Lid- Relates to The Law of Priorities: Some people are resistant to setting priorities. They may focus on one project one day and another project the next. But their biggest problem is that they allow the urgent things to sabotage the important things. The photo for this lid may illustrate how the city leaders should have focused on building infrastructure instead of urgent issues such as political agendas.
  • The IMPATIENCE Lid- Relates to #14 The Law of Buy-In: Many leaders make a decision and expect everyone just to jump on board. They fail to take the time to present, build development time and buy-in time into the launch of something new or a change in how things are done, shut-up and listen to the input of those they need buy-in from, and time for people to fully accept the new idea. The Law of Buy-In is one of the leadership competencies that is dependent on other Laws being applied in tandem such as the Laws of process, empowerment, and timing.
  • Leadership webinar 2013 08

    1. 1. tcocklereece@salesconcepts.com
    2. 2. Define the laws of leadership and the associated consequences of ignoring them. Discuss three laws of leadership. • Law of the lid • Law of Respect • Law of Process Suggest steps you can take now to apply the ideas we have discussed.
    3. 3. An area where a person is impaired and unable to function effectively.
    4. 4. Training Fleas
    5. 5. The 21 Laws of Leadership and their Lids Links will be emailed to you after the webinar.
    6. 6. The Law of the Lid
    7. 7. Law of the Lid Failure to master the Law of the Lid results in Myopia and impedes your ability to master any of the other 20 laws.
    8. 8. The Law of Influence
    9. 9. Inhibition Lid The Law of Influence
    10. 10. The Law of Process
    11. 11. Random Lid The Law of Process
    12. 12. The Law of Priorities
    13. 13. Chaos Lid Law of Priorities
    14. 14. The Law of Buy-In
    15. 15. Impatience Lid Law of Buy-In
    16. 16. What are the symptoms of the myopia lid?
    17. 17. • Shortsightedness • Limited Vision • Over Controlling • Closed Minded • Defensiveness • Intimidating • Overly Emotional • Micro-managing • Know-it-all • Un-coachable
    18. 18. The foundation of all leadership ability
    19. 19. 9-Year Old Boy give CPR This is a picture of a web page. Video will not play. To watch video, search the web for Susanna Rohm.
    20. 20. Linked2Leadership.com
    21. 21. The foundation of all leadership ability
    22. 22. Mirror
    23. 23. Help for Leaders • Begin reading materials on leadership • Resist defensiveness • Become aware generally & specifically of your lids • Establish accountability around you & allow their challenges • Participate in a leadership conference • Hire a qualified coach
    24. 24. The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership John C. Maxwell The Leadership Challenge, 4th Edition Kouzes & Posner Strengths Based Leadership: Great Leaders, Teams, and Why People Follow Rath & Conchie Primal Leadership: Learning to Lead with Emotional Intelligence Goleman, Boyatzis, & McKee The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change Stephen Covey True North: Discover Your Authentic Leadership George, Sims, & Gergen What Got You Here Won't Get You There: How Successful People Become Even More Successful Goldsmith & Reiter Leadership Conversations: Challenging High Potential Berson & Stieglitz Managers to Become Great Leaders Wooden on Leadership John Wooden HBR's 10 Must Reads on Leadership Peter Drucker Links to buy these books will be included in the email we will send you.
    25. 25. Our next ones are coming soon! • August 8-9, 2013 in Atlanta, GA • October 22-23, 2013 in Chicago, IL
    26. 26. Coaches help leaders excel by helping leaders get out of their own way. Counseling is for people with some kind of behavior disorder.
    27. 27. Help for Leaders • Read and use our PDF file to see all the laws and lids. The link will be emailed to you. • Get the book & complete the leadership assessment. • Suspend defensiveness • Actively solicit and listen to others’ feedback • Empower 2 or 3 people close to you to be your “mirrors” who will reflect back to you both positive and negative qualities of your leadership traits.