2013 Annual Conference
Intentional Leadership is the Best Legacy
Dr. Monica Scamardo
monica@variateconsulting.com
personal core valuesPersonal Core Values
Clarify your understanding of who you are
Require no justification to others
Guid...
Defining Your Personal Core Values
What shapes your behavior?
What are you passionate about?
What do you absolutely love t...
Know
Thyself
Do you have a
Personal
Mission
Statement?
Use my gifts and
competencies to connect
with people in ways that
positively influence them
to get intentional results in
...
What is Your Legacy?
Does Your
Network
Support
Your Legacy?
Relationships & Networks
Who is key for you to have a relationship with?
Who is key for you to have a relationship with
bu...
Who are the individuals in your network?
Mistakes in
Networks
• Too formal
• Too many
• Too safe
• Too biased
• Too superficial
• Too inconsistent
Support & challenge
Help to gain influence
Broaden your expertise
Learn new skills
Find purpose & balance
Successful Netwo...
4 Steps to Building a Better Network
From A Smarter Way to Network, HBR 2011
Step 1: Analyze
Where are they located?
What are the benefits of your interactions?
How energizing are those interactions?
Step #2: De-Layer
• Who saps your energy?
• Who promotes unhealthy behavior?
Move Away From Them
• Reshape your role to avoid them
• Give less time to them
• Change their behavior
• Reframe your unde...
Step #3: Diversify
• Connect your network to your
legacy
• Who could fill the gaps?
• What 3 results do you want to achiev...
Step #4: Capitalize
Could you get more out of some relationships if
you put more energy into them?
Are there people you re...
A well-written life is almost as rare
as a well-spent one.
The choices we make about the
lives we live determine the kinds...
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  1. 1. 2013 Annual Conference Intentional Leadership is the Best Legacy Dr. Monica Scamardo monica@variateconsulting.com
  2. 2. personal core valuesPersonal Core Values Clarify your understanding of who you are Require no justification to others Guide you in making decisions and choices Run all your relationships
  3. 3. Defining Your Personal Core Values What shapes your behavior? What are you passionate about? What do you absolutely love to do? What motivates your achievements?
  4. 4. Know Thyself
  5. 5. Do you have a Personal Mission Statement?
  6. 6. Use my gifts and competencies to connect with people in ways that positively influence them to get intentional results in work and life.
  7. 7. What is Your Legacy?
  8. 8. Does Your Network Support Your Legacy?
  9. 9. Relationships & Networks Who is key for you to have a relationship with? Who is key for you to have a relationship with but you don’t?
  10. 10. Who are the individuals in your network?
  11. 11. Mistakes in Networks • Too formal • Too many • Too safe • Too biased • Too superficial • Too inconsistent
  12. 12. Support & challenge Help to gain influence Broaden your expertise Learn new skills Find purpose & balance Successful Networks
  13. 13. 4 Steps to Building a Better Network From A Smarter Way to Network, HBR 2011
  14. 14. Step 1: Analyze Where are they located? What are the benefits of your interactions? How energizing are those interactions?
  15. 15. Step #2: De-Layer • Who saps your energy? • Who promotes unhealthy behavior?
  16. 16. Move Away From Them • Reshape your role to avoid them • Give less time to them • Change their behavior • Reframe your understanding of them
  17. 17. Step #3: Diversify • Connect your network to your legacy • Who could fill the gaps? • What 3 results do you want to achieve in the next 12 months & who could help you with them?
  18. 18. Step #4: Capitalize Could you get more out of some relationships if you put more energy into them? Are there people you rely on in one area that could fill a need in another?
  19. 19. A well-written life is almost as rare as a well-spent one. The choices we make about the lives we live determine the kinds of legacies we leave. Dr. Monica Scamardo monica@variateconsulting.com 512.914.6484

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