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Leadership?

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Sebastien Kennedy

on 30 March 2014

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Transcript of Leadership?

Theory
Each time, we will base our presentation on general theory
Thanks to the models we discussed in class
Practice
Personal examples that illustrate each theory
We talk about our point of view to appropriate what we learned
A double vision of leadership
Leadership theories and models
WATZLAWICK’S BOAT

Leadership in different cultures
The Path to Leadership
Thank you!
Theory
First Sailor
Begins to lean to one side
Leans out over the opposite side
Leans to far...
Second Sailor
Leans out over the other side
They need to communicate
Haul up at the same rate
Example
Development project
Lack of communication
Misunderstanding
Equilibrate...
HOFFMAN’S CORE QUALITIES
Geert hofstede's approach
Conflict: positive?
Different perspectives
Enrich the discussion
Use the learning to improve the work
Conflict: Negative?
Adversely affect the success
Deal with its conflict constructively
Core quality idea
Can be use to answer a situation
Look out for your pitfall
Something you are allergic to in someone = excess of a quality you need most
Attitude of a good leader
Value of the job
Build a team
Value of the individual
Context


Example


Importance
Challenge


Appreciation


Concern
Edward T. Hall's model of cultural differences
High and low context
Monochronic and polychronic time
Personal space
Fast and slow messages
Fast and slow information flow
Action chains

Germany is one of the most monochronic culture in the world
Nepal & Buddhist culture
Clyde Kluckholn
Nature relationship
: Dominating -
In harmony
- Subjugated
Time
:
Present
- Past - Future
Activity
: Being -
Doing
Social culture:
Individualism -
Collectivism
Space
:
Public
- Private
Human Nature
:
Basically good
, basically evil

The best way to lead in a cross cultural team?
Pay attention to cultural differences.

Be tolerant.

Be Open minded.

adapt
Belbin Test
organize

Action planning
Problem solving
Organization
Positive interaction
Think strategically
Skills to be a good leader
Introduction
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