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Leadership Development Program with Emergenetics Profile Ass

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“Ours has become, for better and for worse, a society of organizations. We are born in organizations and are educated in organizations so that we can later work in organizations. At the same time, organizations supply us and entertain us, they govern us and harass us (sometimes concurrently). Finally, we are buried by organizations.” Mintzberg (1989)
84% of respondents to a Monster poll said they left their job due to a
bad boss

A global study of over 1 million workers found that their top reason for leaving was their
immediate supervisors

Poorly managed work groups are, on average, 50% less productive and 44% less profitable than
well managed
groups

Most alarmingly one study demonstrated that employees who felt they were being well managed had a 30% lower incidence of heart attacks!
The Brain Functions
“the human brain is estimated to have about one hundred billion nerve cells, two million miles of axons, and a million billion synapses, making it the most complex structure, natural or artificial on earth” (Stephen Helnmann)
“the brain remains a dynamic structure that alters from year to year, day to day, even moment to moment over our lifespan” (Richard Restak)
Nature vs. Nurture
"it helps to choose your parents carefully"
Morning or night person
Attitudes about authority
Reading vs. Television
Choice of politics
Choice of romantic partner
Yelling when you're angry
Biology is part of your destiny
Neurological pathways create values, beliefs and traditions
The case of the Jim Twins
“sometimes I wonder if men and women really suit each other. Perhaps they should live next door and just visit now and then” (Katharine Hepburn)
“if a man is shaving and you talk to him, he will cut himself” (Barbara and Allan Pease)
“…in fact there is 15% more blood flow in the female brain than in the male, with more brain centers lit up in the female brain at any given moment than in the male” (Michael Gurian)
“the typical teenage girl has a sense of hearing seven times more acute than a teenage boy. That’s why daughters so often complain that their fathers are shouting at them. Dad doesn’t think he’s shouting, but Dad doesn’t hear his voice the way his daughter does.” (Leonard Sax)
Some experiments done in offices have shown that women are 70% better at remembering the location of items found on a desktop
In an interesting study, mothers and fathers were shown 10 seconds video clips of babies fussing, with the sound turned down. Using the visual cues alone, most mothers were able to detect a range of emotions in the babies, from tiredness to hunger to pain. However, less than 10% of fathers could identify more than 2 emotions.
If you can change, why would you want to?
Imagine what would happen if people were different each day they come to work. What holds together as a society is CONSISTENCY IN BEHAVIOR
• Here’s who you are

• Respect who you are

• If you want to consciously change, you can, but research shows that it might be difficult

• If you choose not to change, don’t let others change you

Great Minds DON'T Think Alike!
... if we can't change, the only thing remaining is understanding others...
Clear thinker
Logical problem solver
Data driven
Rational
Learns by mental analysis
Practical thinker
Likes guidelines
Cautious of new ideas
Predictable
Learns by doing
Relational
Intuitive about people
Socially aware
Empathic
Learns from others
Imaginative
Intuitive about ideas
Visionary
Enjoys the unusual
Learns by experimenting
Activity 3
Analyzing Emergenetics Profiles
Team Communication
Leadership
Activity 4
MPA

Activity 5
"If this room was a brain"
Leadership Style
Follower/
Subordinate
Leader
Task
What can go wrong along the way?
Motivation
Communication
Decision-making
Always remember why they are there if you want to keep them motivated!
Do you know where are your
employee on Maslow's pyramid?
Reward
Performance
Effort
Vroom's Theory on Motivation
The purposes of communication:

Control
Motivation
Decision making
Effective Leadership is directly
related to effective communication
Information scarcity or overload
Politics and
conflicts of
interest
Other
factors
Some Rationality
More Rationality
Little Rationality
Cognitive
capacity
Irrational Decision Making?
Collecting
information
Comparing
alternatives
Making a
choice
Identifying
the problem
Group decision-making is more efficient, provided it is well managed.
Recruitment
Recruitment
Recruiting for Competence
Recruiting for Preference
Recruiting for Variety
Recruiting to complement your profile
Activity 7

What Motivates Me?
Activity 8

The Robbery
Activity 9

Lost at Sea
Leadership
tricks that
work!
Culture
Structure
Innovation
Allow a
healthy
margin of
error
Allow
experimentation
Praise
Artefacts
Values
and
Norms
Beliefs
Build a flat
structure
Delegate
and
empower
Show up less
frequently to
the office!
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