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Leadership on the Line
Transcript of Leadership on the Line
Part 2: Series of action ideas designed to reduce the risk of getting pushed aside How the book is divided: Part 3: Ways people contribute to their own demise, ideas of critical aspects of exercising leadership: how to manage your personal vulnerabilities, care for yourself, and sustain your spirit The Heart of Danger - Leadership is dangerous
- Perils of adaptive change
- Going beyond your authority
- At the heart of danger is loss The Face of Danger - Marginalization
- Seduction Get on the Balcony - Distinguish technical from adaptive challenges
i.e. style, track record, ripeness, status, prejudice
- Find out where people are at
- Listen to the song beneath the words
- Read the behavior of authority figures for clues Part 2 • Don’t be a lone wolf
• People relations
• Don’t be afraid of your opposition
• Work to gain trust of the “undecided”.
• Own up to your part of the “mess”. Chapter 4 - Think Politically Chapter 5 - Orchestrate the Conflict Create an environment conducive to discourse on all levels
Control the temperature
Twelve Angry Men video clip
Pace the work
Show them the future Chapter 6 - Give the Work Back • Take the work off your shoulders
• Place the work where it belongs
• Make your interventions short and simple Chapter 7 - Hold Steady • Take the heat
• Let the issues ripen
• Focus the attention on the issue Part 3: Body and Soul Hungers and Vulnerabilities VS Anchoring Yourself Hungers and Vulnerabilities power and control, affirmation and importance, intimacy and delight, role and oneself. Anchoring Yourself understand human needs, know yourself, know the truth, don't take personal attacks personally, keep confidants and allies. Questions? Losing Heart Quality of Heart Becomes Dressed Up As
Innocence ----> Cynicism ----> Realism
Curiosity ----> Arrogance ----> Authoritative knowledge
Compassion ----> Callousness---> The thick-skin of experience What's on the Line? Why Lead?