Define the target audience that the book was intended for.
Objectives for instruction and expected results and/or skills developed from learning.
Define the strengths and weaknesses of the book.
Objective Achievement, examples.
Book Recommendation, circumstances, and for whom.
Handout on types of leadership.
Handout on types of leadership.
An explanation of the levels of leadership and responsibilities.
Handout on seven key principles.
Debra magro how to grow leaders
HOW TO GROW LEADERS:THE SEVEN KEY PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT BY JOHN ADAIR A BOOK REPORT BY DEBRA MAGRO RN, BSN THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS ARLINGTON COLLEGE OF NURSING In partial fulfillment of the requirements of N5343 Leadership in Complex Healthcare Systems Jeanette Crenshaw, DNP, MSN, RN, LCCE, IBCLC, NEA-BC March 25, 2012
Qualifications of Author Author of over 30 books on leadership Named as one of 40 people world wide who have contributed to management development World’s first Professor in Leadership Studies as the University of Surrey Helped to found Europe’s first Centre for Leadership Studies at the University of Exeter
Purpose of the Book Explore the nature of leadership Outlining the seven principles of how to grow leaders Help guide your organization through applying the principles
Objectives of the Book To explain leadership selection and development Identify seven key principles of leadership development Identify how to select, train, & educate leaders Help leaders grow in their own personal excellence Help organizations think about & apply these objectives in their organizations
Strengths and WeaknessesStrengths Explanation Weaknesses of leadership Chapter approaches organization Breakdown Examples—too of the 7 steps many military of leadership training Helps educate at right leadership level
Achievement of Objectives Objectives were achieved as evidenced by the successes recorded in the examples that were cited in the book. Also, his credentials also evidence the success of his objectives.
Book RecommendationGreat book for corporations who are looking to build succession leadership. Also, this book will help any corporation set up a leadership development education program within the context of their own organization.
References Adair, J. (2009). How to grow leaders: The seven key principles of effective leadership development. London: Kogan Page.
HANDOUTSIn partial fulfillment of the requirements ofN5343 Leadership in Complex Healthcare SystemsJeanette Crenshaw, DNP, MSN, RN, LCCE, IBCLC, NEA-BCMarch 25, 2012
Types of LeadershipQualities Approach Being able to influence people to follow a course of action The art of directing and controlling people to get the best results from them The chief distinguishing quality is confidence Other important qualities Ability to make decisions Energy Humor Sense of Justice Determination Example Physically Fit Pride in Command Loyalty Sense of Duty Calmness in Crisis Initiative Ability to accept responsibility Enthusiasm
Types of Leadership (cont.)Group or Functional Approach Situational Approach Basic requirement—led should understand task & Leadership is a relationship that exist between trust leader. people in social situations. Group should know how to do what is expected of Persons who are leaders in one situations may them. not necessarily be leaders in other situations Needs of the group are interactive and dynamic. They are to achieve a common task, maintain unity as a team, acknowledge individual needs. Functions of leadership Planning Initiating Controlling Supporting Today’s leadership style is a mixture of Informing all 3 approaches—they cannot be Evaluating separated. The Leader is accountable for all needs of the group. .
Levels of Leadership Team Leads 10 to 20 people Has clearly specified tasks Operational Leads one of the main areas of organization Has more than one team lead under him Strategic Head of organization with operational leads under his direction His seven functions are to : provide vision, strategic thinking and planning, operational/administration, organizational fitness, morale, relating the organization to society, and teaching and leading.
Seven Key Principles Principle 4: Chance to LeadPrinciple 1: Training for Leadership This is the opportunity at hand, a true leader loves a challenge Think First Individuals & leadership should get together at least Never give someone the role without training them once a year to compare notes on career development & promotions Start with a good candidate Principle 5: Education for LeadershipPrinciple 2: Selection How people learn: teaching, training, education, instructing, tutoring, coac Consider them against such concepts as: hing, and mentoring leadership and teamwork Society has some responsibility for growing its leaders. decision-making skills communication skills Principle 6: Strategy for Leadership Development self-management skills 3 Hall marks for development: personal qualities long-term importance—think aheadPrinciple 3: Line Managers as Leadership Mentors multi-component Must balance the whole and the parts A mentor is a guide, a wise and trusted counselor Give as much freedom in decision making to leaders This is the apprentice method as possible within the constraints of the business Line leaders act as teachers Principle 7: Chief Executive Involvement An organization that grows leaders is one where the Chief Executive leads by example—be involved, make appearances