SHINE - Success and Humanity in the Inspiring and iNnovative Enterprise
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Presentation Flow• SHINE™ Overview• SHINE™ The Model & The Elements• SHINE™ The Foundation• Feedback and Questions shine! Lindsay Ruiz! ™! Artistry in Organizational Effectiveness!
Artistry – “a superior skill that you can learn by study, practice, and observation.” ~www.thefreedictionary.com !! shine! Lindsay Ruiz! ™! Overview! Artistry in Organizational Effectiveness!
SHINE™ Success and Humanity in the Inspiring and iNnovative EnterpriseThe Notion of Artistry Artistry in The SHINE™ Model is the result of developing "a superior skill" Artistry to achieve effectiveness permits to transcend the issues of boundaries in structures because it focuses on where is the energy rather than what to "fix," transforming events into momentum to innovate, and translating momentum into tangible results from the work (or development) that is being pursued shine! Lindsay Ruiz! ™! Artistry in Organizational Effectiveness!
SHINE™ Success and Humanity in the Inspiring and iNnovative EnterpriseThe Vision of SHINE™ Humanity, Success, Innovation, and Inspiration are all holistically taking into account when thinking about a strategy in order to drive positive results at any level, from individual to organization. SHINE™ envisions that, rather than looking at them as a consequence of each other shine! Lindsay Ruiz! ™! Artistry in Organizational Effectiveness!
What is The SHINE™ Model? A research, theory-based tool in applying artistry to organizational effectiveness It focuses on inspiration at the core of strategies for innovation, advancement, and renewal in organizations ™
SHINE™ Success and Humanity in the Inspiring and iNnovative EnterpriseThe Elements of The SHINE™ Model The Muse, The Land, The Palette, The Brilliance, and The Taste are seen as path connectors as well as an energy attractors that ignites the ability to perform and focus on achieving desired outcomes. Yet it is a flexible approach to help design what an organization (or team, or individual) would want to achieve, and develop corresponding capabilities to do the work (or the superior skill) going beyond the standards of a framework. shine! Lindsay Ruiz! ™! Artistry in Organizational Effectiveness!
shine! Lindsay Ruiz!SHINE™ is seen as a path of cycles that enables ™! individuals and organizations to attract the energy necessary to continue evolving and becoming more and more skillful. Artistry in Organizational Effectiveness! The Comfort with Cycles, No Frameworks Developing "a superior skill" requires a constant work towards connecting and balancing the elements of SHINE™ whereas individuals and organizations: - Find a meaningful purpose for development (The Muse) - Develop awareness and congruence through understanding their impact onto to others (The Land) - Focus on setting a system of support to ease development (The Palette) - Make resources and experiences available to enable learnings (The Brilliance), and - Refine how the creation of themselves is packaged to be brought back into the world (The Taste) – - It all starts over again!
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3. The Palette Conditions of Worth People’s Talents Awareness Congruence 2. The Land Culture & Leadership Purpose Direction Resources 1. The Muse Inspirational Strategy4. The BrillianceA Learning Structure High-Performance Momentum Sustainability Pride 5. The Taste A Branding Philosophy
Main Principles of The SHINE ModelEach element of the model is an “Energy Attractor” (Morgan, 2006)As defined in the Gestalt approach and physics, “Energy is the ability to do the work” (Nevis, 2005)
Element Zero: “The Canvas”! Strategic Focus: WhoFocus on the smallchanges that can make Source of Energy:the largest impact Inter-Connectivity Concerned About: The Organization, Department, Unit, Team, Stakeholders Desired Outcomes: Achieving Organizational Goals & Effectiveness
Strategic Focus: Where Element One: “The Muse”! Source of Energy:Inspiration at the core of Purposeorganizational strategiesresults in innovation,advancement & renewal Concerned About: Inspiration Desired Outcomes: A Vision, Direction, Priorities, Roles & Resources Organizational Potential: Partnerships, Resilience, Sustainability, Competitive Advantage, Human and Social Capital, Citizenship
Strategic Focus: What Element Two: “The Land”! Source of Energy:Culture & Leadership emergeand evolve hand-in-hand Valuesenabling awareness andcongruence in organizations Concerned About: Culture & Leadership Desired Outcomes: Awareness & Congruence Organizational Potential: Empowerment, Commitment, Collaboration, Empathy, Trust, Consistency
Strategic Focus: WhyElement Three: “The Palette”! Source of Energy:Conditions of Worth for Psychological Safetyorganizational membersare fundamental for Concerned About:developing their talents Worth Desired Outcomes: People’s Talents Organizational Potential: Authentic Expression of Feelings and Attitudes, Trust in People’s Capacity to Solve Problems, Open Dialogue, Warmth, Freedom, Guidance, Encouragement
Strategic Focus: HowElement Four: “The Brilliance”! Source of Energy:A structure for Learning Evolutionempowers high-performingenvironments in organizations Concerned About: The Learning Structure Desired Outcomes: High-Performance Organizational Potential: Validation of Assumptions, Transference of Knowledge, Risk Taking, Support Systems, Reward Systems, Transparency
Strategic Focus: Element Five: “The Taste”! When Source of Energy:An ever-evolving Brandingphilosophy produces Renewalmomentum, sustainability &organizational pride Concerned About: The Branding Philosophy Desired Outcomes: Momentum, Sustainability, Pride Organizational Potential: (See Next Slide)
Organizational Potential: Corporate Brand: Who does theElement Five: “The Taste”! organization want to attract? What behaviors are members (Cont.) more likely to reflect? Leadership Brand: Presence, Communications, Resilience, Will, Ethics Team Brand: Collaboration and Healthy Competition Product/Service Brand: Quality, Innovation, Customer Loyalty and Satisfaction Environmental Brand: Social Capital, Citizenship, Competitors
Main Theories (Cont.)Psychological Safety (Karen Horney): Five basic characteristics definea safe environment: warmth, freedom, guidance, encouragement, andhealthy friction.Learning Organizations (Senge, 1990): The five disciplines representapproaches for developing three core learning capabilities: fosteringaspiration, developing reflective conversation, and understandingcomplexity.Culture and Leadership (Shein, 2004): “Culture is the result of acomplex group learning process only partially influenced by leaderbehavior. But if the group’s survival is threatened because elements ofits culture have become maladapted, it is ultimately the function ofleadership at all levels of the organization to recognize and dosomething about this situation.”Transcendental Leadership (Gardiner, 2006): Transcendent Leaderspoint to “an emphasis on interdependent to one on wholeness”transcending their Self into compassionate being and action.Transcendent leadership refers to an evolution of consciousness andthe ability to “lead from consciousness of wholeness.”
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