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LEADERSHIP

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Transcript of LEADERSHIP

Pat Mcgovern
Tom Siebel
Chair
Founder
IDG
a technology publishing and research firm
who makes magazines

CEO
software company
"We go to work to realize our professional ambitions ,
not to have a good time.”

-Tom Siebel
CEO, Sybel Systems

THE NATURE
LEADERSHIP
is the ability to influence people toward the attainment of the organizational goals
younger

older
Baron Partners Funds
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people + influence + goals
occurs among
involves the use of
used to attain
is a "people activity"
CONTEMPORARY LEADERSHIP
environmental context in which leadership is
practiced influences :
Which approach is more effective
What kinds of leaders are most admired by the society
Technology
Economic Conditions
Labor Conditions
Social and Cultural Mores
Ethical and Economic difficulties
Corporate and Governance concerns
Globalization
Changes in Technology
New ways of working
Shifting Employee expectations
Significant transitions
Leaders think differently
thought
inspired
strategized
When leadership is about
COMMAND
CONTROL
HEROIC APPROACH
When the
COERCIVE STYLE
is the default
POSTHEROIC APPROACH
style where decisions and actions are made by a
COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE
team of people properly motivated and coordinated to work effectively together
STRONG EGOS
Personal ambitions
EGOLESS
HUMILITY
The postheroic leader's major characteristic
being
UNPRETENTIOUS
MODEST
rather than
ARROGANT
PRIDEFUL
The quietly build build strong, enduring companies by supporting others rather than touting their own abilities and accomplishments.
CENTER FOR CREATIVE LEADERSHIP
84%
of business leader surveyed agree that the definition of leadership changed since the turn of the century.
TWO APPROACH OF POST-HEROIC LEADERSHIP
Level 5 Leadership
Interactive Leadership
"Transforming companies from merely good to truly great organization"
-Jim Collins
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Level 1
Makes productive contributions through talent, knowledge skills, and good work habits.
Level 2
Contributes individual capabilities to the achievement of group objectives and works effectively with others in a group setting
Level 3
Highly Capable Individual
Contributing Team Member
Competent Manager
Organizes people and resources toward the effective and efficient pursuit of pre-determined objectives
Level 4
Effective Leader
Catalyzes commitment to and vigorous pursuit of a clear and compelling vision, stimulating higher performance standards.
Level 5
Level 5 Executive
Builds enduring greatness through a paradoxical blend of personal humility and professional will.
Complete lack of ego
Coupled with a feirce resolve to do what
is best for the organization
Shy and unpretentious
Accept full responsibilty for mistakes, poor
results, or failures.
Give credits for successes to other people
Have a strong will to do whatever it takes to produce great
and lasting results for their organizations.
Extremely ambitious for their companies rather than for themselves
"A genius with a thousand helpers"
The leader favors CONSENSUAL and COLLABORATIVE process
Influence derives from RELATIONSHIPS rather than POSITION POWER and FORMAL AUTHORITY
motivating others
fostering communication
listening
social and emotional skills
personal humility

inclusion

relationship building

caring
Characteristics
Values
from
MANAGEMENT
to
LEADERSHIP
GOOD MANAGERS
GOOD LEADERS
=
RATIONAL
CONSULTING
PERSISTENT
PROBLEM SOLVING
TOUGH-MINDED
ANALYTICAL
STRUCTURED
DELIBERATE
AUTHORITATIVE
STABILIZING
POSITION POWER
VISIONARY
PASSIONATE
CREATIVE
FLEXIBLE
INSPIRING
INNOVATIVE
COURAGEOUS
IMAGINATIVE
EXPERIMENTAL
INITIATES CHANGE
PERSONAL POWER
MANAGEMENT
promotes stability, order, and problem solving within the existing organizational structure and systems.
Ensures that suppliers are paid, costumers invoiced, product and services product on time.
LEADERSHIP
Questioning the status qou so that the outdated, unproductive, or socially irresponsible norms can be replaced to meet new challenges.
LEADERSHIP
MANAGEMENT
MANAGEMENT
LEADERSHIP
+
GOOD MANAGEMENT
GOOD LEADERSHIP
is needed to help the organization meet
CURRENT COMMITMENTS
is needed to move the organization into the
FUTURE
LEADERSHIP TRAITS
are distinguishing personal characteristics of a leader, such as
intelligence , honesty, self-confidence, and even appearance
GREAT MAN APPROACH
The early research looked at leaders who had achieved a level of greatness, and hence was referred to as
Find out what made these people great, and select future leaders who already exhibited the same traits or could be trained to develop them.
In recent years, the interest in examining leadership traits has reemerged.
Physical, social, and work related characteristics
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Energy
Physical Stamina
INTELLIGENCE AND ABILITY
Intelligence and cognitive ability
Knowledge
Judgement, decisiveness
PERSONALITY
Self-confidence
Honesty and Integrity
Enthusiasm
Desire to Lead
Independence
SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS
Sociability, interpersonal skills
Cooperativeness
Ability to enlist cooperation
Tact, diplomacy
WORK-RELATED CHARACTERISTICS
Achievement drive, desire to excel
Conscientiousness in pursuit of goals
Persistence against obstacles, tenacity
SOCIAL BACKGROUND
Education
Mobility
"A genius with more geniuses"
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