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People centered performance 12 16-2014

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In over a decade of coaching leaders I have found myself hearing the same question - I consider myself and caring and effective leader, but why does this feedback from my team not support that? I wrote People-Centered Performance as a lens for leaders to identify and move past the barriers that get in the way of being the leaders we all want to be. Don’t expect a book report in this session, but expect an interactive experience where you are challenged to answer a few questions and get the benefit of hearing how others answer the same questions. You can also expect to leave with a couple tools you can use tomorrow to be a more effective leader.

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People centered performance 12 16-2014

  1. 1. #peoplecentered #leadership A Hashtag Does Not Make It So
  2. 2. “The world does not need another leadership book . . . . “
  3. 3. 1. Why is it so hard for some leaders to follow through on easy-to-understand principles like listen to your people or share what your priorities are? 2. What might be eroding your desired culture of collaboration? Great conversations start with a question . .
  4. 4. www.thetrugroup.com / Twitter: @trugroupscott / LinkedIn “The world does not need another leadership book . . . . “ We do need to have an . . . Honest Conversation that leads to thoughtful action, and improved performance.
  5. 5. Scott Patchin »Holland, MI »15+ years in HR / Leadership Dev »My mission »5 Years as an entrepreneur »Author – Twice! Learn more – visit thetrugroup.com / Linkedin
  6. 6. When I say ‘Leadership’ – What word comes to mind for you?
  7. 7. Objectives 1. In you – Create discomfort and inspiration about your role/performance 2. Equip you – Something you can do tomorrow 3. Invite you - Join a community to increase your capacity to lead
  8. 8. I Believe . . . . • Great conversations start with a question • Honest conversations are the foundation of great relationships • Leadership is working with people • Fear motivates in the short term, Love motivates in the long term
  9. 9. I Believe . . . . • Everyone has the potential to be amazing at a job • Individual owns development, Organization owns support • In great organizations, everyone leads • Trust is a gift • A, B, and C Players exist in all organizations
  10. 10. OBN (Ought But Not) Leaders • Think they are . . . even when they aren’t • Fallen for illusion of control (Time) • Procrastinate  FUN stuff while avoiding the hard stuff • Stress induced tunnel vision • Afraid: Tell truth and people will leave
  11. 11. Threats • Ego • Unbalanced Interaction • One size fits all motivation • Stagnation • Fear
  12. 12. Habits • Build Symbiotic Relationships • Habit – On-boarding (maintain – 1 on 1 / Perf Evals) • Regularly Reset, Realign, and Recharge • Habit – Individual reflection time (& Team – great meetings / qtrly planning) • Deliberately develop your best people • Habit – leadership development / development plans
  13. 13. Habits • Build Symbiotic Relationships
  14. 14. Habits • Build Symbiotic Relationships • Habit – On-boarding (maintain – 1 on 1 / Perf Evals) • Regularly Reset, Realign, and Recharge • Habit – Individual reflection time (& Team – great meetings / qtrly planning) • Deliberately develop your best people • Habit – leadership development / development plans
  15. 15. Habits • Build Symbiotic Relationships • Habit – On-boarding (maintain – 1 on 1 / Perf Evals) • Regularly Reset, Realign, and Recharge • Habit – Individual reflection time (& Team – great meetings / qtrly planning) • Deliberately develop your best people • Habit – leadership development / development plans
  16. 16. www.thetrugroup.com / Twitter: @trugroupscott / LinkedIn Available for purchase at: • ThetrUgroup.com • Amazon.com • Ebook: Kindle and iBooks
  17. 17. About the Speaker – Scott Patchin Scott has a core belief that the habits leaders practice and the conversations they have with their people are the keys to their success. He launched his own leadership development company, The trU Group, in 2009 around the mission of working with leaders and organizations in transition so they achieve the excellence they desire. He has work experience manufacturing, healthcare, and banking/mortgage industries. He is an author, blogger, coach, and delivers a hands-on keynote. He resides in Michigan and has spoken nationally on leadership and individual development. Learn more: | LinkedIn | www.thetrugroup.com

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