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Module 4 situational lead_lb_6_18_14-nt_lb

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  2. 2. Situational Leadership Model by Paul Hersey & Ken Blanchard  Model for managing organizational diversity and management development.  Identifies 4 individual development levels.  Identifies 4 leadership styles to match level needs.
  3. 3. Situational Leadership Styles – consciously use both behaviors: Directive Behavior  Structured  Organized  Teaching/Mentoring  Supervised Supportive Behavior Open-ended Listening Discussing together Collaborative
  4. 4. 3 Key Management Skills Diagnosis Flexibility Partnering for Performance Competence Commitment Skills Knowledge Experience Motivation Confidence Oversupervision Undersupervision Goals Alignment
  5. 5. Situational Leadership 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
  6. 6. What is your primary leadership Style? (vs. Primal Leadership) Style 1 – Directive (Commanding, Pacesetting) Style 2 – Coaching (Coaching) Style 3 – Supportive (Afiliative, Democratic) Style 4 – Delegating (Visionary)
  7. 7. Situational Leadership Statistics  54% of leaders use 1 style  34% of leaders use 2 styles  11% of leaders use 3 styles  1 % of leaders use all 4 styles  How many leadership styles do you practice? The more flexible you are, the more effective you are!
  8. 8. Developmental Needs D3: Capable, Cautious Performer  high competence  low commitment D2: Disillusioned learner  low-medium competence  low commitment D4: Self-Reliant Achiever  high competence  high commitment D1: Enthusiastic Beginner  low competence  high commitment Competence Commitment High High Low Low
  9. 9. 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 SupportiveBehavior
  10. 10. D1 (Enthusiastic Beginner) Needs Mentor/Trainer Clear Goals, Timelines & Priorities Success & Performance Standards Culture & Style information - “how things work around here” Boundary, Authority and Responsibility limits Communications Benchmarks Frequent Feedback Recognition for Performance
  11. 11. D2 (Disillusioned Learner) Needs  Mentor/Trainer/Coach  Permission to make mistakes  Explanations & Opportunities to discuss concerns  More Involvement in decision making and problem solving  Encouragement & Frequent feedback  (Plus other D1 list needs)
  12. 12. D3 (Capable, Cautious Performer) Needs  Coaching  Opportunities to build confidence & commitment  Removable of obstacles  Opportunities to express concerns  Support, encouragement & protection  Recognition for performance
  13. 13. D4 (Self-reliant Achiever) Needs  Delegator Boss/Coach  Opportunity for Initiative  Variety and challenge  Autonomy and authority  Trust  Acknowledgment of contributions  Recognition for Performance “OUTTA DA WAY!!!”

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