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Releasing the Power of Your Network - 17-12-2015 - Phill Butler

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Weaving stories, insights, and life lessons throughout his presentation, Phill Butler gives five key leadership principles: Committed Leadership, Compelling Vision, Effective Process, High Engagement, and Consistent Communication that enable networks and their leadership teams to accomplish the seemingly impossible task.

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Releasing the Power of Your Network - 17-12-2015 - Phill Butler

  1. 1. RELEASING THE POWER OF YOUR NETWORK Making the Impossible Possible
  2. 2. Kingdom collaboration is a spiritual exercise NOT a business strategy. KINGDOM COLLABORATION
  3. 3. Kingdom collaboration is a spiritual exercise NOT a business strategy. KINGDOM COLLABORATION  Psalm 133  John 17:21-23
  4. 4. EMPOWERING PRAYER "Prayer is not overcoming God's reluctance, but laying hold of His willingness.“ - Martin Luther
  5. 5. EMPOWERING PRAYER "One should never initiate anything that one cannot saturate with prayer.“ - S.D. Gordon "Prayer is not overcoming God's reluctance, but laying hold of His willingness.“ - Martin Luther
  6. 6. KEYS TO SUCCESS  Committed Leadership
  7. 7. KEYS TO SUCCESS  Committed Leadership  Compelling Vision
  8. 8. KEYS TO SUCCESS  Committed Leadership  Compelling Vision  Effective Process
  9. 9. KEYS TO SUCCESS  Committed Leadership  Compelling Vision  Effective Process  High Engagement
  10. 10. KEYS TO SUCCESS  Committed Leadership  Compelling Vision  Effective Process  High Engagement  Consistent Communication
  11. 11. COMMITTED LEADERSHIP  Vision
  12. 12. COMMITTED LEADERSHIP  Vision  Common Good
  13. 13. COMMITTED LEADERSHIP  Vision  Common Good  Trust
  14. 14. COMMITTED LEADERSHIP  Vision  Common Good  Trust  Credibility
  15. 15. COMMITTED LEADERSHIP  Vision  Common Good  Trust  Credibility  Two Roles
  16. 16. The Big Vision Leader or Team
  17. 17. The Big Vision Communication Leader or Team Four Constituencies Leadership Team
  18. 18. The Big Vision Working Groups LAOss CommunicationImplementation Leader or Team Four Constituencies Leadership Team
  19. 19. COMPELLING VISION  4 Essential Qualities of Vision “Do the possible today to realize the impossible tomorrow”
  20. 20. COMPELLING VISION  4 Essential Qualities of Vision “Do the possible today to realize the impossible tomorrow” • A God thing
  21. 21. COMPELLING VISION  4 Essential Qualities of Vision “Do the possible today to realize the impossible tomorrow” • Too big / complex to do alone • A God thing
  22. 22. COMPELLING VISION  4 Essential Qualities of Vision “Do the possible today to realize the impossible tomorrow” • Aligns / adds to our vision • Too big / complex to do alone • A God thing
  23. 23. COMPELLING VISION  4 Essential Qualities of Vision “Do the possible today to realize the impossible tomorrow” • Aligns / adds to our vision • Too big / complex to do alone • A God thing • Specific, Measureable, and Understandable
  24. 24. COMPELLING VISION  4 Essential Qualities of Vision “Do the possible today to realize the impossible tomorrow” • Aligns / adds to our vision • Too big / complex to do alone • A God thing • Specific, Measureable, and Understandable  “What” Before “How”
  25. 25. LAOs (LIMITED ACHIEVEABLE OBJECTIVES) BIG VISION
  26. 26. BIG VISION BIG PLAN LAOs (LIMITED ACHIEVEABLE OBJECTIVES)
  27. 27. BIG VISION BIG PLAN LIMITED OUTCOMES LAOs (LIMITED ACHIEVEABLE OBJECTIVES)
  28. 28. BIG VISION BIG PLAN DECLINING HOPE/VISION LIMITED OUTCOMES LAOs (LIMITED ACHIEVEABLE OBJECTIVES)
  29. 29. BIG VISION BIG PLAN DECLINING HOPE/VISION LIMITED OUTCOMES BIG VISION LAOs (LIMITED ACHIEVEABLE OBJECTIVES)
  30. 30. BIG VISION BIG PLAN DECLINING HOPE/VISION LIMITED OUTCOMES LAOs BIG VISION LAOs (LIMITED ACHIEVEABLE OBJECTIVES)
  31. 31. BIG VISION BIG PLAN DECLINING HOPE/VISION LIMITED OUTCOMES LAOs FULFILLED OUTCOMES BIG VISION LAOs (LIMITED ACHIEVEABLE OBJECTIVES)
  32. 32. BIG VISION BIG PLAN DECLINING HOPE/VISION LIMITED OUTCOMES LAOs FULFILLED OUTCOMES RISING HOPE EXPANDED VISION BIG VISION LAOs (LIMITED ACHIEVEABLE OBJECTIVES)
  33. 33. EFFECTIVE PROCESS • OPERATION F.E. O. • EXPLORATION • FORMATION
  34. 34. EXPLORATION STAGE
  35. 35. EXPLORATION STAGE INITIAL INFO EXPANDED INFO INITIAL INTERVIEWS
  36. 36. EXPLORATION STAGE INITIAL INFO ADDITIONAL INTERVIEWS FORMATION GO/NO-GO EXPANDED INFO INITIAL INTERVIEWS INITIAL CONCLUSIONS
  37. 37. High Member Engagement HIGH ENGAGEMENT Healthy Network Member Satisfaction High Value Outcomes =
  38. 38. HIGH ENGAGEMENT Compelling Vision Purpose / Relevance
  39. 39. HIGH ENGAGEMENT Compelling Vision Defined LAOs Purpose / Relevance Action On-Ramps
  40. 40. HIGH ENGAGEMENT Compelling Vision Defined LAOs Open Governance Purpose / Relevance Action On-Ramps Transparency / Trust
  41. 41. HIGH ENGAGEMENT Compelling Vision Defined LAOs Open Governance Communication Purpose / Relevance Action On-Ramps Transparency / Trust Highlights Progress
  42. 42. HIGH ENGAGEMENT Compelling Vision Defined LAOs Open Governance Communication Alignment Check Purpose / Relevance Action On-Ramps Transparency / Trust Highlights Progress Feedback / Input
  43. 43. CONSISTENT COMMUNICATION The ‘heartbeat’ of collaboration THOD METHOD:  Communication Plan  Committed Team  Clearly Aligned to Vision  Core Constituencies
  44. 44. CONSISTENT COMMUNICATION MESSAGE:  Active News  Feedback Loops  Vision / Mission  Report on LAOs!
  45. 45. CONSISTENT COMMUNICATION MEDIUM:  Email / Web Newsletters  Monthly Call  Web Site MESSAGE:  Active News  Feedback Loops  Vision / Mission  Report LAOs!
  46. 46. WHAT CAN WE DO TOGETHER WE CAN’T DO ALONE? The Task
  47. 47. RELEASING THE POWER OF YOUR NETWORK Making the Impossible Possible

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