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Copy of 212 degree Leadership

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Transcript of Copy of 212 degree Leadership

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10 RULES FOR HIGHLY EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP
GOOD
LEADERS
must first
become
GOOD
SERVANTS
Think SERVE not LEAD
NUMBER 1
-Robert K. Greenleaf
Be a servant leader
:those who others want to follow
let your ego go
Become a good listener FIRST
Build positive relationships
Work with
EXCELLENCE
Rely on discipline
not emotion
Make adding value
your goal
Give your
power away
Companies don't succeed
... people do

NUMBER 2
1st step: Get the right people on the bus
Finished: Once their onboard , Treat them right
2nd step: Get the right people in the right seats
Last step: Figure out where the bus is going
THE BUS
(cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr
5/1
For every 1 time you offer constructive criticism acknowledge them for 5 things they've done right
* Praise them on the spot

* Acknowledge them publicly

* Find creative ways to reward good behavior
Simplify your
vision for
SUCCESS

NUMBER 3
" Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others"
- Jonathan Swift
VISION
MISSION
VALUES
OBJECTIVE
STATEGIES
PRIORITIES
Remember
Old Warwick

NUMBER 4
- Each team member is resoposible to one another for staying upbeat and positive
PULL, Fred! PULL, Jack!
PULL, Ted PULL, PULL Warwick!
- Leaders must know the pulse of the team
- We CAN'T choose challenges, but we CAN choose how we face them
COMMUNICATE
COMMUNICATE
COMMUNICATE
Communicate
Communicate
Communicate
1
Keys to effective communication:
NUMBER 5
2
3
What's Happening
What's comming up
How they're doing
"Communication works for those who work at it"
- John Powell
GOOD
BAD
NO RESPONSE
Possible responses from leadership
Set the stage
for innovation

NUMBER 6
Commit
to
excellence

NUMBER 7
NUMBER 8
Take
FULL
responsibility

NUMBER 9
NUMBER 10
Example is
the most important

Excellence is
not a skill
it is an attitude
- Ralph Marsten
To get a good idea get lots of ideas
-Don't be afraid to make mistakes
-Embrace change
- Change is inevitable,
growth is optional
- "Innovation distinguishes between a LEADER and a FOLLOWER"
*Innovation calls for creative people who are willing to take risks and will be recognized for thie r efforts
- Steve Jobs
" You cannot discover new oceans unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore"
- Lord Chesterfield
Excellence is in the details
- Positive attitudes and letting everyone have a part and believing in it.
- Requires humilily, dignity, and grace
- Desire is the key
- Honest mistakes are a part of the learning proccess
- Don't play it safe
Responsibility for
BEHAVIOR & ACTION
You have control over your destiny
You become an active contributor rather than a passive observer
Others look to you for leadership
You gain the reputation as problem solver
You enhance your opportunities
You enjoy satisfaction of getting things accomplished
You experience less anger, fustration, & helplessness
You realize postiveness effects personal life
10
I won't wait for others
to take the first step
If it is to be, it's up to me.


9
8
If not me, who?
If not me, when?
7
Let me take a shot at it
6
I will not pass the buck
5
You can count on me
4
It IS my job!
3
Just do it!
2
I Will
1
ME
" What gets measured gets improved"
- Peter Drucker
1st

2nd

3rd
Are we making progress
towards our goal?
Determine where you are now
Set realistic targets for improvement
Track, monitor, and review results
Constancy

Congruity

Reliability

Integrity
Ingredients to trust
leaders stay the course
leaders walk their
talk
leaders are there
when it counts
leaders honor commitments & promises
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