Leadership In The 21st Century : Leadership In The 21st Century Presented By:
Jackie Middleton, MBA Leadership : Leadership Leadership denotes taking action and getting results. Leadership : Leadership Dynamic leadership influences the attitudes of the people being led!
Leaders must be charismatic, inspirational, respectful, and stimulating when leading! Leadership : Leadership Leadership is defined as influencing others to work diligently toward achieving their goals. Clearly stating your vision!
Explaining your plan for attaining your vision!
Instilling confidence and optimism!
Expressing confidence in those you lead!!! Organizational Factors: : Customer-Focused Process Improvement Teams Valuing Diversity
Outcome-Focused Life-Long Learning
(Individual Skills) Life-Long Learning
(Organizational Skills) Organizational Factors: Leadership is . . . : Leadership is . . . . . . A new way of being. 12 Unique Insights On Leadership, According To Bob Danzig : 12 Unique Insights On Leadership, According To Bob Danzig 1. Become a “destiny architect”
2. Encourage “elasticity of thinking” -- be a “destiny pursuer” versus an “operational comfort seeker”
3. Identify, assess, and engage the very best talent
4. Become “strategic” rather than “operational”
5. Create a “climate or spirit of celebration and applause” -- spirited organizations excel
6. Be committed every day to putting the pickax to the mountain, find new ways to lift yourself and others higher 12 Unique Insights On Leadership : 12 Unique Insights On Leadership 7. Be the source of “possibility thinking”
8. Let your co-workers know they are “worthwhile” and full of promise
9. Find disciplined, organized ways to focus on integrity, trust, credibility, and the commitment to do the right thing
10. Know that management is about today -- and leadership is about tomorrow!
11. Know that management is about process -- leadership is about purpose
12. Recognize “success” is not about perfection, it's about “progress” Share the Power & Recognition... : Share the Power & Recognition... . . . Lead by making others powerful. Control The Negative Self-Talk... : Control The Negative Self-Talk... . . . Quiet the voice in the head that says,
“I can’t do it!” Speak Possibility . . . : Speak Possibility . . . . . . Recognize the downward spiral . . . Shining Eyes... : Shining Eyes... . . . Look for “shining eyes” in others. Create A Spirit-Filled, Motivating Environment : Create A Spirit-Filled, Motivating Environment Speak the right things
Influence their attitudes
Develop effective listening skills Use The High Performance Development Model: : Use The High Performance Development Model: The High Performance Development Model (HPDM) is the framework for developing highly-skilled leaders for the 21st Century. By focusing on eight core competencies, HPDM provides the foundation for leading-by-example and creating a motivating workplace. 8 HPDM Core Competencies : 8 HPDM Core Competencies 1. Personal Mastery
2. Technical Skills
3. Interpersonal Effectiveness
4. Customer Service
6. Creative Thinking
7. Systems Thinking
8. Organizational Stewardship HPDM Pyramid : HPDM Pyramid Organizational Stewardship Systems Thinking Creative Thinking Flexibility/Adaptability Customer Service Interpersonal Effectiveness Personal Mastery Technical Skills Holistic Leadership/Org. Ecology Connecting the Dots Reaching Outside of the Box: Taking Risks Becoming Comfortable with Unpredictability Becoming Other-Oriented Dealing with Others Dealing with Self Global Accountability Controlled Accountability Slide 17: Character
- Booker T. Washington Definition Of Character : Definition Of Character The word “character” comes to us from a Greek verb that means making a furrow, cutting a groove, or putting a scratch on something as a mark. In the light of its origin, we may think of character as that which puts its mark on a human being.
Character is what makes you “what you are” as distinct from other persons. The individual is little more than a “bundle of feelings” unless there is some central loyalty within creating order out of the “chaos of the soul.” Character signifies the organization of life and behavior around a central loyalty, which has ethical worth and validity. Excellence Is A Habit : Excellence Is A Habit We are what we repeatedly do; excellence then is not an act, but a habit.
- Aristotle The Leadership Challenge : The Leadership Challenge Focus on the individual members and the team
Provide employees and stakeholders the opportunity to develop and utilize their talents and strengths
Listen to employee’s concerns
Allocate the right resources for the right project, at the right time
Specify standards and expectations
Delegate responsibility through empowerment
Let employees and stakeholders identify their own interests and abilities
Lead by example: set the standard for excellence The 3-Step Process : The 3-Step Process STEP 1: Self-Knowledge (Evaluation)
STEP 2: Self-Discipline (Organization)
STEP 3: Self-Sacrifice (Resolution) Overall, Others Must . . . : Overall, Others Must . . . . . . Trust you!
. . . Have faith in you!
. . . Believe in you! Take Your Place!!! : Take Your Place!!! This is your assignment, your role, and your responsibility as a facilitative leader. Slide 24: When the work is done, the people say,
“We did it ourselves.”
- Lao-Tzu Facilitative Leaders : Facilitative Leaders Facilitative leaders coach, mentor, sponsor, teach, and lead. At the core of each of these new roles is the skill of facilitation. Today’s leaders constantly practice facilitation and feedback techniques, and hone skills for use at the job. Thank You : Thank You