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Mod 8 integration nt

  1. 1. Effective Leadership Integration of Concepts
  2. 2. Primal Leadership = Empathy = Resonance = Emotional Intelligence HA-HA-HA-AHA-HA-HA-AHA-AHA-AHA-HAH-HAH-HAH!!! (shared laughter is the fastest path to resonance) …uncovering the truth and an organization’s reality is the leader’s primal task…identifying the emotional reality and the norms of an organization begins the process for change. – Goleman, Boyatzis & McKee
  3. 3. What are you aware of? SELF AWARENESS  Emotional Self-Awareness  Accurate Self-Assessment  Self-Confidence SOCIAL AWARENESS  Empathy  Organizational Awareness  Developing others  Diversity SELF MANAGEMENT  Self-control  Adaptability  Trustworthiness  Innovation RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT  Leadership  Influence  Change Catalyst  Communication  Team building PERSONAL COMPETENCE (Internal) How are you managing yourself and relationships? EmotionalIntelligence SOCIAL COMPETENCE (External)
  4. 4. Are you assessing how to work with others more effectively? D.i.S.C. EQ Situational Leadership Influence Strategies Personal Relationships My Ideal Self
  5. 5. • Achiever • Agent • Appraiser • Counselor • Creative • Developer • Inspirational • Investigator • Objective Thinker • Perfectionist • Persuader • Practitioner • Promoter • Result-Oriented • Specialist
  6. 6. S1 SUPPORTIVEBEHAVIOR DIRECTIVE BEHAVIORlow high high - High Task Directive - High Relationship Supportive Behavior S2 - Low Task Directive - High Supportive Relationship Behavior S3 S4 - High Task Directive - Low Supportive Relationship Behavior - Low Task Directive - Low Supportive Relationship Behavior FOLLOWER DEVELOPMENT READINESS D4 D3 D2 D1 SituationalLeadership How is your diagnostic skill of other’s confidence and competence?
  7. 7. Situational Leadership Behaviors S3/D3 “SUPPORTING” Let’s discuss, we decide S2/D2 “COACHING” Let’s discuss, I decide S4/D4 “DELEGATING” Let’s discuss, you decide S1/D1 “DIRECTING” You listen, I decide High HighLow LowCompetence Commitment High HighLow Low Directive Behavior Supportive Behavior
  8. 8. Primal Leadership Styles Visionary (S4 Situational Leadership) Coaching (S2) Affiliative (S3 Democratic (S3) Pacesetting (S2) Commanding (S1)
  9. 9. Coaching Conversation Model Establish Focus Step 1 Discover Possibilities Step 2 Plan the Action Step 3 Remove Barriers Step 4 Recap Step 5C U R R E N T R E A L I T Y C O A C H E E G O A L S Coaching Skills  Contextual Listening®  Discovery Questioning®  Messaging  Acknowledging and Celebrating The Coaching Conversation Model® is a registered copyright of Coach Works International, Dallas, TX USA and is used by CCUI with permission. Coaching Through the Gap
  10. 10. What Influence Strategies work for each level? Superiors Peers Subordinates Empowerment Empowerment Empowerment Interper Awaren Interp Awaren Interp Awaren Bargaining Bargaining Bargaining Relationship Bldg Relationship Bldg Relationship Bldg Org Awareness Org Awareness Org Awareness Common Vision Common Vision Common Vision Impact Mgmt Impact Mgmt Impact Mgmt Logica Persuasion Logica Persuasion Logica Persuasion Coercion Coercion Coercion
  11. 11. How transparent are you? OPEN ARENA BLIND SPOT FACADE UNKNOWN Known to Others Not known to Others Known to Self Not known to self Exposure Feedback Johari Window – Personal Relationships
  12. 12. Feedback is the breakfast of leaders! •Humor •Esteem •Listen •Praise Give and receive with grace and compassion
  13. 13. Huh? Acknowledge Start here Explore 90% of time Respond if necessary
  14. 14. Your brain’s neural pathways and connections change with mindfulness and practice – think, feel, and act on purpose! Neuroplasticity
  15. 15. • Align the visions of My Ideal Self with the shared vision of My Ideal Company Use Dynamic Inquiry - by McMillen & McKee – to uncover the company’s emotional reality. • This leads to the creation of a shared language about My Ideal Company: •What people care about •What helps them succeed •What gets in the way Creating & Sharing the Vision of My Ideal Company
  16. 16. Who are you being? What are you doing? Be the change you wish to see in the world - Mahatma Ghandi
  17. 17. Go with attunement, not just alignment – it moves people emotionally as well as intellectually Attunement is managing attention through the vision - Warren Bennis
  18. 18. The Journey continues…name 25 ways you will be in the company – ala Keki Dadiseth & Hindustan Lever Affiliative + Democratic Leadership style Open door policy Listen 100% Break down hierarchy Eat with everyone in the cafeteria Know and care about employee family members Acknowledge and praise Coach others for solutions they own Encourage initiative at every level Be accountable