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6 Ways to Develop a Change Leader Mindset | October 2019

Whether it’s a large-scale disruption or an everyday adjustment to the status quo, becoming a transformational change leader starts with managing yourself and then, leading others. Acquire self-management tools to fearlessly navigate change, and coaching skills to guide and inspire others as they adapt. (Training)

Speaker: Jo Miller, CEO, Be Leaderly

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6 Ways to Develop a Change Leader Mindset | October 2019

  1. 1. 6 Ways to Develop a Change Leader Mindset
  2. 2. #BeLeaderly Jo Miller
  3. 3. Poised for Leadership Workshop November 12, Sunnyvale CA beleaderly.com/pfl Hosted by NetApp Women in Tech
  4. 4. #BeLeaderly Bank of America GeodisThermoFisher Scientific
  5. 5. Corporate Subscribers
  6. 6. Welcome Back
  7. 7. Jo Miller CEO, Be Leaderly • Has dedicated two decades to helping women advance into positions of influence by leveraging their leadership strengths. • Developed a pragmatic and powerful roadmap that guides women to become the powerhouse leaders they were meant to be. • Has spoken at women’s leadership conferences, professional associations, and corporate women’s networks for more than 300 commercial, government, nonprofit, and academic organizations • Woman of Influence: 9 Steps to Build Your Brand, Establish Your Legacy, and Thrive (McGraw-Hill) launches December 13! @Jo_Miller
  8. 8. We all deal with change differently.
  9. 9. Yay! A carride! WE’RE ALL GOING TO DIE! Adapted from SelenaRezvani, author of Pushback: How Smart WomenAsk--andStand Up--forWhatTheyWant
  10. 10. Even positive changes can be hard.
  11. 11. Source: Andrea Wenger, 2013. Personality and Change Management. Adaptedfrom SelenaRezvani,authorof Pushback:HowSmartWomenAsk--andStandUp--forWhatTheyWant.
  12. 12. “You must lead change or change will lead you.” —Mona Sabet
  13. 13. Ahead in this webinar 6 ways to lead yourself and others through change, by embracing a change leader’s mindset
  14. 14. 1. Uplevel from optimizer to transformer
  15. 15. Ask yourself: What’s the extent of the change I’m driving?” Am I maintainingthe status quo, or causingtransformat- ionalchange?)
  16. 16. “Put down your microscope and pick up your telescope.” —Leila Pourhashemi
  17. 17. The problem you tackledoesn’t need to be large,just important.
  18. 18. 2. Be a discerning disruptor
  19. 19. “If you don’t take risks, you’ll always work for someone who does.” —Nora M. Denzel, Board Director, AMD and Ericsson
  20. 20. Somerules were made for breaking… But which ones?
  21. 21. “In our current globaleconomy, companiesneed risk takers and rule breakers.” —Holly Meidl, Vice Presidentof Risk Services, Ascension
  22. 22. 3 rules for rule- breakers 1. Don’triska lot fora little. 2. Don’triskmore thanyou can affordtolose. 3. Consider theodds (or potential consequences.)
  23. 23. 3. Agree on the problem
  24. 24. “Gettingpeople engagedwith a problem they care deeplyabout and wantto solve is one of the most effectiveways to influence.” —Leila Pourhashemi
  25. 25. 4. Rally your crew
  26. 26. —Leila Pourhashemi, Vice President of Business Operations, Ancestry “You have to speak withenergy and enthusiasm,showing your desire to help your organization move to a better place. Passion becomes infectious,and peoplewantto join you.”
  27. 27. Enlist passionate change champions • Look for people who care as much about the change as you do • Enlisted the support as change champions
  28. 28. Active, visible executive sponsorship is the #1 success factor for major change. • Commitment • Influence • Resources • Alignment • Messaging Your role: enlist, coach, & engage them. Adapted from:Eight BestPractices of Change Management:Sponsorship, by John Quereto
  29. 29. change agent change sponsors change adopters change champions
  30. 30. 5. Be empathetic
  31. 31. Source: Elisabeth Kübler-Ross The Kübler-RossChange Curve
  32. 32. TIME MORALEANDCOMPETENCE Adaptedfrom:CommunicationToolbox changesponsors change champions changeadopters change agent
  33. 33. 6. Be relentless
  34. 34. 6 Ways to Develop a Change Leader Mindset Uplevel from optimizer to transformer Be discerningly disruptive Agree on the problem Rally your crew Be empathetic Be relentless
  35. 35. Q&A Jo Miller
  36. 36. Recommended Reading 8-Step Process for Leading Change EightBest Practices of Change Management:Sponsorship (coaching sponsors) CoachingPeople Through the ChangeCurve
  37. 37. Joinmy book tour! Contact us for orders of 25+ copies (and 40% off) Mark your calendar for launch day, December 13
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  39. 39. Ask a Leader Anything Tuesday, December 3, 2019 Join our candid “Ask Me Anything” session featuring top executives who’ve seen a thing or two…and bring your own leadership questions! Our panelists will share fresh perspectives, but your questions will drive the conversation.
  40. 40. Discussion Questions 1. Thinkof a changethatwas tough butsuccessful. Name one success factor. 2. Thinkof a changeyou’d like to drive. Consider the3 rules for rule-breakers. Should you proceed? 3. Whowill you enlistas passionate changechampions and change sponsors? 4. Whichof the six steps will bemost useful?

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