Lessons From The "21 irrefutable laws" SAEOPP final

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This Emerging Leader Presentation gave an overview from, and activities to master, chapters 3 - 6 of Maxwell's award winning book. A great start to develop your leadership muscle.

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Lessons From The "21 irrefutable laws" SAEOPP final

  1. 1. 42nd Annual SAEOPP Conference New Orleans, LA February 1, 2014 Lessons From “The 21 Irrefutable Laws Of Leadership” With Dr. John L. Mason
  2. 2. Lessons From The 21 Irrefutable Laws Overview Who Are You? What Role Do You Play? Review – The Law of Influence The Law Of Process: First Things First The Law Of Navigation: Ready, Fire, Aim! The Law of E.F. Hutton: Who Is Listening? The Law Of Solid Ground: All Around Is Sinking Sand
  3. 3. And So It Begins…
  4. 4. So Who Are You? What ROLE Do You Play?
  5. 5. WHO ARE YOU? NICKNAME PASSION PURPOSE PATH
  6. 6. WHAT ROLE DO YOU PLAY? POSITION MENTOR(S) ROLE(S) PROGRESSION PATH ORGANIZATIONAL RULES EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY TIMELINE
  7. 7. What Are The Laws Used For? How Do You Use Them?
  8. 8. REVIEW – THE LAW OF INFLUENCE
  9. 9. #2 The Law of Influence • The power to influence lies in the ability to get people to participate. • If no one is following, you are not a leader. • Management is part of being a leader, just because you can manage something well does not mean you can lead.
  10. 10. Does This Stuff Work?? “The greatest lesson I ever learned from my mentor was that progress is about relevance, not longevity.” Satya Nadella – Set to become the new CEO of Microsoft
  11. 11. THE LAW OF PROCESS: FIRST THINGS FIRST
  12. 12. #3 The Law of Process • This law shows that what matters most is what you do over the long haul. • It requires a lifetime of perseverance and dedication to become a good leader. • If you want to see how someone becomes a champion look at their daily routine.
  13. 13. How To Make A Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich • For this exercise you will need to get into pairs • Write down the steps necessary to make a PB&J Sandwich • Submit your responses
  14. 14. The Law Of Process …And Everything Is A Process…So Let’s Try Again!!! Ingredients? No Choice Yes Order/Pre ference Bread
  15. 15. Life Is Like A Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich • Lack of preparation demands alterations • Assume NOTHING! • We all do not speak the same language • Longevity vs. Relevance
  16. 16. THE LAW OF NAVIGATION: READY, FIRE, AIM!
  17. 17. #4 The Law of Navigation • “Anyone can steer the ship, but it takes a leader to chart the course.” • Good navigators count the cost before making commitments for themselves and others.
  18. 18. Water Please… • For this exercise you will need to get into Groups of THREE • Choose One person to be the “Team Lead”, One person to be the “Team Beverage Captain”, and One Person to be “Team Receiver” • Once you have all roles assigned put your hands up
  19. 19. Listen Carefully….
  20. 20. Organizations Are Like Water… •A glass of water is great on a hot day, but it serves no purpose if not placed in the right place • People determine the effectiveness of the water • Leaders are in charge of the water supply • Leaders may drown • Learn to SWIM
  21. 21. THE LAW OF E.F. HUTTON: WHO IS LISTENING?
  22. 22. #5 The Law of E.F. Hutton • When real leaders speak people listen. • How to see the way a person became a leader: Who they are • Who they know • What they know • What they feel • Where they’ve been • Past successes • What they can do •
  23. 23. Coach Tony Dungy Speaks: You are here for one reason, and one reason only…To make those around you better.”
  24. 24. THE LAW OF SOLID GROUND: ALL AROUND IS SINKING SAND
  25. 25. #6 The Law of Solid Ground • Good character builds trust, it’s the foundation of leadership. • To build trust a leader must show three qualities: • competence, • connection • character. and
  26. 26. So What Does That Look Like?

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