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Leadership At Every Level 7.7.2011

  1. 1. Leadership At Every Level<br />Written by: Heather Coleman-Voss<br />Edited by: Ron Marshall<br />Ferndale Career Center<br />713 East Nine Mile Road<br />Ferndale, MI 48220<br />248.545.0222<br />Facebook: /FerndaleCareerCenter<br />Twitter: @FerndaleCareer<br />ferndalecareercenter.wordpress.com<br />www.ferndaleschools.org/fcc<br />7.1.2011<br />
  2. 2. There is no movement without the first follower…<br />The First Follower <br />
  3. 3. Bad Company<br />"Only 41% of employees say the day-to-day actions of management are consistent with their words." <br />-The Hay Group<br />
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  5. 5. Asked via Facebook Questions:“What is most important to you regarding your work and career?<br />
  6. 6. Matching Job with Passion –15%<br />Opportunity to learn and grow –14%<br />Flexibility –10%<br />Opportunity to Use Talents – 9%<br />Autonomy – 8%<br />Creativity – 6%<br />Challenge – 5%<br />Meaningful – 5%<br />Empowerment – 4%<br />Leadership – 4%<br />To Be of Service – 3%<br />Synergy – 3%<br />Money – 3%<br />A Positive, Safe Environment – 2%<br />Compensation and Benefits – 2%<br />Quality of Work Life – 2%<br />Location – 1%<br />Career Advancement – 1%<br />Intrinsic Rewards – 1%<br />Love of God/Time to Worship – 1%<br />554 responses<br />
  7. 7. “You can't teach culture. You have to live it, experience it and show it.” <br />- Brent Harris <br />The Zappos Family On Nightline<br />
  8. 8. Group Break-Out<br />What has kept you or your employees engaged at work? <br />Share ideas!<br />
  9. 9. “It is your actions, not your title, that make you a leader.”@HeatherEColeman<br />
  10. 10. What can leaders do to create a culture of leadership?<br />
  11. 11. Employers: <br />Your “Open-Door Policy” should mean employees are confident walking in and empowered walking out. <br />How are you creating a culture of autonomy, trust and empowerment?<br />
  12. 12. What can employees do to lead in their workplace – and career?<br />
  13. 13. Employees, ask yourself this question:<br />Are you offering solutions to problems – or just talking about the problems?<br />How are you leading in your position and supporting the leadership?<br />
  14. 14. There is a difference between listening and just waiting to talk.<br />
  15. 15. Communication<br />“Remarkable leaders work to master the fundamentals of human behavior and communication.” <br />@KevinEikenberry<br />What does this mean to you?<br />
  16. 16. Trust<br />Trust yourself. <br />Trust your team.<br />Trust your leaders – at every level.<br />
  17. 17. Get Connected Today!<br />HeatherEColeman<br />facebook.com/HeatherEColeman <br />twitter.com/HeatherEColeman<br />linkedIn.com/in/HeatherEColeman<br />hcoleman@ferndaleschools.org<br />RonMarshall<br />twitter.com/Ron_Marshall <br />facebook.com/ronmarshall <br />linkedIn.com/in/ronmarshall<br />rmarshall@ferndaleschools.org<br />Ferndale Career Center<br />ferndaleschools.org/fcc <br />twitter.com/ferndalecareer<br />facebook.com/ferndalecareercenter<br />linkedin.com/in/ferndalecareercenter<br />ferndalecareercenter.wordpress.com<br />Facebook Group: Career Savvy – A Career, Business and Networking Group<br />#MIsuccess #FerndaleCC<br />

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