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EFFECTIVE TEAM LEADERSHIP:

E FFECTIVE T EAM L EADERSHIP A C ULTURE OF D ISCIPLINE Created by: Alisha Payton

TEAMS:

Effective Team Leadership TEAMS What are they? A collection of people, often drawn from diverse but related groups, assigned to achieve a well-defined goal for an organization or a project. What do they do? Develop improved work and business processes and produce results within a specific time

TEAM LEADER:

Effective Team Leadership TEAM LEADER ROLES Internal Consultant Helps team ID obstacles preventing efficiency and effective work flow Visionary Explains to team what they are striving for and why Experimenter Involve team in pathfinding decisions on values, goals, and priorities of vision Coach Trains team, provides constructive feedback, & creates spirit of trust Educator Engages team in discussions of strategic decisions so that people stay focused

Team Leadership:

Effective Team Leadership Team Leadership How can team leadership stifle entrepreneurial progress ? Hierarchy Bureaucracy Excessive controls Inconsistent Vision

Creative Discipline :

Effective Team Leadership Creative Discipline Great Organization Bureaucratic Organization Start-up Organization Hierarchical Organization The Good to Great Matrix of Creative Discipline Culture of Discipline Ethic of Entrepreneurship Low Low High High

Creative Discipline:

Effective Team Leadership Creative Discipline Entrepreneurial success is fueled by creativity & imagination initiative & determination Entrepreneurial stand still arises from Lack of discipline Incompetence

Creative Discipline:

Effective Team Leadership Creative Discipline If you have . . . . DISCIPLINED PEOPLE You will not need . . . HIERARCHY

Creative Discipline:

Effective Team Leadership Creative Discipline If you have . . . . DISCIPLINED THOUGHT You will not need . . . BUREAUCRACY

Creative Discipline:

Effective Team Leadership Creative Discipline If you have . . . . DISCIPLINED ACTION You will not need . . . EXCESSIVE CONTROLS

Creative Discipline:

Effective Team Leadership Creative Discipline If you have . . . . DISCIPLINED IN ACTION You will not need . . . INCONSISTENT VISION

A Culture of Discipline:

Effective Team Leadership A Culture of Discipline STEP TWO DISCIPLINED THOUGHT DISCIPLINED PEOPLE DISCIPLINED ACTION BUILDUP. . . BREAKTHROUGH ! DISCIPLINED INACTION Effective team leaders cultivate entrepreneurial success by creating a team culture of discipline STEP FOUR STEP THREE STEP ONE

FIRST STEP:

Effective Team Leadership Get the RIGHT people on the bus and the WRONG people off. FIRST STEP JIMCOLLINS.COM

Disciplined People:

Effective Team Leadership Disciplined People The RIGHT People are Without need to be tightly managed Self motivated by inner drive The RIGHT People also Perform with freedom & responsibility within an environment that is methodical structured consistent modeled around the 3 circles

SECOND STEP:

Effective Team Leadership SECOND STEP CONFRONT the brutal facts, yet never lose FAITH JIMCOLLINS.COM

Disciplined Thought:

Effective Team Leadership Disciplined Thought Have discipline to: Confront brutal facts of reality Maintain unwavering faith you will prevail Do whatever it takes to become the best in your hedgehog concept

THIRD STEP:

Effective Team Leadership THIRD STEP Fanatically adhere to your HEDGEHOG CONCEPT JIMCOLLINS.COM

Disciplined Action:

Effective Team Leadership Disciplined Action Any team member should: Understand the 3 circles Describe how they contribute to the 3 circles Stay disciplined within the 3circles Leads to entire team being disciplined in their hedgehog concept; not just the leader JIMCOLLINS.COM

Disciplined Action:

Effective Team Leadership Disciplined Action A Culture, not a Tyrant Don’t be a tyrannical disciplinarian personally enforcing vision Create a culture of understanding and awareness where all are disciplined in the hedgehog concept; not just the team leader

STEP FOUR:

Effective Team Leadership STEP FOUR Create a “Stop Doing” List

Discipline of Inaction:

Effective Team Leadership Discipline of Inaction Leaders are usually obsessive, compulsive “ doers ” which hinders entrepreneurial progress Instead, impose a obsessive “ stop doing ” discipline Create “ stop doing ” list to complement “to do” list Set aside time to discuss with team what distractions and inconsistencies in hedgehog concept to remove Leaders who do less force team to become more innovative & independent Frees up resources for more promising opportunities

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Effective Team Leadership " The task of the leader is to get his people from where they are to where they have not been .“ — Henry Kissinger

REFERENCES:

Effective Team Leadership REFERENCES Antonioni, David. 1994. Managerial roles for effective team leadership. Supervisory Management. v39 n5 p3(1). Cantoni, Craig J. Learning the ropes of teamwork. Wall Street Journal . New York, NY, Oct 2, 1995, pg A12. Collins, Jim. 2001. Good to Great. HarperCollins Publishers. Covey, Stephen R. Mission and Margin, develop disciplines to execute. www.leaderExcel.com . 15 October 2005.

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