LEADERSHIP ALDR 3900
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Date Created: 09/12/15
x3 Model the Way Set the Example Feb 8th 20 RecapValues What values personal traits or characteristics do you look for and admire in a leader 0 Consistently O Honest 0 Forward Looking O Inspiring 0 Competent Credibility 0 What are some indicators of credibility in leadership 0 Walk the talk 0 Practice what they preach 0 Follow through on their promises o DWYSYWD 0 Don t do onto other that you wouldn t want someone to do onto you The Leadership Challenge The action that made the most positive difference was setting a personal example ldan BarSade BridgeWave The Leadership Challenge I Juan Gonzalez Industry Solution Manager IBM I started by taking the time to go a little beyond the required level of interaction with others Called together an emergency meeting with employees on a holiday weekend for a glitch in a company program Afterwards sent a detailed email to company employees and administration noting the hard work of the employees I What can you do to set an example Thank you cards Phone calls Set the Example 0 Two Essentials 0 Personify the shared values 0 Teach others to model the values 0 In practicing these essentials leaders become role models for what the whole team stands for and they also create a culture in which everyone commits to aligning themselves with shared values Personify the Shared Values Leaders are their organizations ambassadors of shared values SignalSending Actions 0 Spend your time and attention wisely Spend this precious nonrenewable resource on the most important values I Watch your language Use words and phrases that best express the culture you want to create I Ask purposeful questions Raise questions that intentionally stimulate people to think more purposefully about values I Very effective tools for changedevelop people I Seek feedback Ask others about the impact of your behavior on their performance Teach Others to Model theValues a 0 Part of leadership is making sure that team actions are also aligned with shared values 0 How to teach other what s expected 0 Confront critical incidents Respond to those disruptive occurrences in the life of your organization in ways that reinforce core values 0 Tell stories Publicly give examples of what team members do to live the values and make sure to mention the moral end of the story 0 Reinforce the behavior you want repeated Keep score and measure performance to determine consistency with valuesTangibly and intangibly recognize performance that s consistent with espoused values 0 Easiest way to get people to believe you is to talk straight with them Venues 0 What other venues would you want to set an example Explain your answer please 0 Parents 0 Teachers 0 Coaches 0 Mentors 0 Religious leaders 0 Leaders in an org team captains presidents CEOs Questions For Thursday 0 No scheduled class 0 Classroom will be open for GROUP PROJECT WORK 0 For Tuesday Feb l5th read p 7394 in Strengtthuest book 0 For nextThursday Group Contact information service objectives amp plan are due in class 0 Have a great day
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