Advertisement

Transitioning from Tactician to Strategist | June 2016

CEO, Women's Leadership Coaching, Inc. and Founding Editor at www.beleaderly.com.
Jun. 21, 2016
Advertisement

More Related Content

Advertisement
Advertisement

Transitioning from Tactician to Strategist | June 2016

  1. Transitioning from Tactician to Strategist With Dona Munsch
  2. * 2 For the best quality audio • United States (Toll) +1 (213) 493-0005 Access Code: 535-624-030 • Canada (Toll) +1 (647) 497-9387 Access Code: 535-624-030
  3. #WLCWebinar @DLMunsch @Jo_Miller @NetApp @BeLeaderly
  4. #WLCWebinar Tweet your team selfie! GMBox Motorola Solutions
  5. Transitioning from Tactician to Strategist With Dona Munsch
  6. Transitioning from Tactician to Strategist With Dona Munsch
  7. * 7 Corporate subscribers
  8. * 8 Welcome
  9. 9 * Jo Miller CEO Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc. • Founding Editor of BeLeaderly.com • Helps women break into leadership in industries such as technology, finance and energy. • Delivers over 60 speaking presentations annually to audiences of up to 1,200 women for women’s conferences and corporate women’s initiatives. • Loves travel, reading, cooking and Australian animals (especially wombats. Jo Miller
  10. 10 * Dona Munsch Vice President, M&A, AltaVault NetApp, Inc. • Responsible for successful integration and growth of AltaVault as a flagship product line expansion to NetApp’s cloud portfolio and data fabric strategy. • Previous roles include Senior Director, Commerce Operations with Cisco Systems, Vice President – Marketing and Sales with EchoPass Corporation, and Division GM - Americas Customer Care Operations at Hewlett-Packard. • Loves crafting, woodworking, fast cars, baseball and neuroscience. Dona Munsch
  11. #WLCWebinar @DLMunsch @Jo_Miller @NetApp @BeLeaderly
  12. #WLCWebinar Tweet your team selfie! GMBox Motorola Solutions
  13. * 13 In This Webinar: • The difference between tacticians and strategists • Making the shift from tactician to strategist • Being strategic in your current role
  14. The Difference Between Tacticians and Strategists
  15. 15 * What does it mean to be a “strategist” vs. a “tactician?” Dona Munsch
  16. Time horizon
  17. Time horizon Degree of influence
  18. Time horizon Degree of influence Extent of change
  19. 19 * Why is the shift from tactician to strategist such a hard one to make? • New network • Guiding vs. doing • Challenging the norm Dona Munsch
  20. “Strategy is a fancy word for coming up with a long-term plan and putting it into action.” — Ellie Pidot, Vice President, Global Strategy and Channel Management, Medtronic.
  21. Copyright 2016, Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc. 21 Poll 1: How would you describe your current role?
  22. Making the Shift from Tactician to Strategist
  23. 23 * Can you tell us about your personal journey in making the shift from tactician to strategist? Dona Munsch “I started out as the ultimate tactician.”
  24. Subject matter expert
  25. “Get’er done” girl Subject matter expert
  26. Influencer “Get’er done” girl Subject matter expert
  27. EnablerInfluencer “Get’er done” girl Subject matter expert
  28. 29 * How should a high-potential employee moving into a first-time people- management role change their mindset? • Adding value • Your “time” portfolio • Establishing priorities Dona Munsch
  29. 30 * Does this mindset change again when moving from manager to executive? How? • Expanding your network • Drive alignment • Complex critical thinking • Advanced negotiationDona Munsch
  30. 31 * What activities should emerging leaders should let go of, in order to spend their time more strategically? Dona Munsch
  31. Expert center
  32. Expert center Traffic cop
  33. Expert center Traffic cop Recast 1:1s
  34. Expert center Traffic cop Recast 1:1s Status meetings
  35. 36 * What advice do you have on communicating strategically? Dona Munsch
  36. Strategic imagery
  37. Strategic imagery Future focus
  38. Strategic imagery Future focus Fake it ‘til you make it
  39. Being Strategic in Your Current Role
  40. 41 * What are some ways to be more strategic when there's not a large team to take on necessary tasks? Dona Munsch “You don’t have to lead the team to do amazing things."
  41. 42 * What are some ways to be more strategic when there's not a large team to take on necessary tasks? • Find a meaningful problem • Start small, go fast, grow as you go • SMART / DMAIC methodologies Dona Munsch
  42. 43 * How should someone prepare themselves for a transition into a more strategic role? • Empower others • Model the behavior • Be more curious • Establish new connections Dona Munsch
  43. 44 * Do you have suggestions for offloading tactical responsibilities to make time for strategic activities? Dona Munsch
  44. * 45 In This Webinar: • The difference between tacticians and strategists • Making the shift from tactician to strategist • Being strategic in your current role
  45. Q&A Jo MillerDona Munsch
  46. Copyright 2016, Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc. 47 Poll 2: What action will you take to become a stronger strategist?
  47. * 48 Recommended • What Got You Here Won't Get You There: How Successful People Become Even More Successful, by Marshall Goldsmith, Mark Reiter • Influencer: The New Science of Leading Change, Second Edition, by Joseph Grenny, Kerry Patterson, David Maxfield • Books to hone your strategic mind! http://thoughtcatalog.com/ryan-holiday/2014/01/24- books-to-hone-your-strategic-mind/ • Speaking skills: Improv classes and storytelling.
  48. Closing Thought Dona Munsch
  49. 50 * The Power of Diverse Teams Tuesday, August 30, 2016 Research has shown that large, diverse teams achieve greater productivity, reach, and innovation. They also face challenges with communication and the sharing of knowledge and resources. Discover the impact of team diversity, factors that affect your team’s productivity, and a model for enhancing your team’s overall effectiveness. Guest speaker: Ann Quiroz Gates, Ph.D., Chair Department of Computer Science, The University of Texas at El Paso. Ann Quiroz Gates
  50. Visit our blog Ready tolead, climb and thrive? Sign upfor our newsletter.
  51. Copyright 2016, Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc. 52 * Discussion Questions 1. Are you currently operating as a tactician or a strategist (and why do you describe yourself that way?) 2. What could you do to be more strategic in your current role? 3. What could you do to shift from a tactical to a strategic mindset? 4. What actions will you take after this webinar?

Editor's Notes

  1. Poll 1: How would you describe your current role? Tactician Strategist A mix of both
  2. Poll 2: What action will you take to become a stronger strategist? Expand my network Review my calendar and color-code it Empower others Find a meaningful problem Create a start-stop-continue list
Advertisement