Don Minday. ST 520 Responsible Management Session 9 CSR and Leadership. 1. Why should anyone be led by you?. 2. Agenda. Responsible leadership Trends in leadership thought Examples Ray Anderson & Interface CSR heroes Break Cultural debriefing Course feedback Exam information.
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ST 520 Responsible Management
CSR and Leadership
Why should anyone be led by you?
Leadership is about who you are,
not what you do.
Leadership can be developed
The ability to influence and direct a group towards the achievement of its goals
Former CEO of GE
Has a vision.
Communicates the vision
Perseveres in pursuit of the vision.
Want to lead, have high level of energy
Maximizes his/her strengths
Minimizes weakness, relies on team
- John Wells, president of IMD Business School, Lausanne
Others-centered: Focused on followers' success, not ego building
Leads by example
Self-critical, admits mistakes
Is a life-long learner
Gives credit to the team
Goes beyond the team
Serves the broader organizational purpose and focus, through stakeholder relationships, on the broader needs of society
Mike Tomlin, cited in Rhoden, W., "Steeler's Coach Takes a Quiet Route to Brillance," NY Times 2 Feb. 2011
"He (Tony Dungy) tries to lead through service, and I do the same. I learned that from him in providing the men what they need to be great. Every day when I go to work, I don't think about things I have to do, I think about the things I can do to make my men successful. So I have a servant's mentality in terms of how I approach my job, and I get that from Coach Dungy."
(Many leaders have a mentor)
Jerome Kerviel, French trader who lost 2.4 bn. € for the SociétéGénérale Bank
Source: "Eyes on the Wrong Prize: Leadership Lapses That Fueled Wall Street's Fall"
CEO of Timberland
Joe Santana, head of operations at Mi Rancho tortillas, California
Wind farm in Le Mené (22)
A retired engineer, Marc Théry
The mayor of St. Gouéno, Jacky Aignel
"Don't wait for national politics to act"
Révolution énergétique : les Bretons à la pointe
Vision: Transform waste into useful products
Garbage worm food and other products
Entrepreneurial convictions and persistence.
How it's done
Tom Szaky, founder and CEO of Terracyle,
"built on garbage, run by a kid, loved by investors"
Ray Anderson of Interface
"Sustainability has been our salvation"
"The worldwide leader in design, production and sales of environmentally-responsible modular carpet for the commercial, institutional, and residential markets, and a leading designer and manufacturer of commercial broadloom."
"We've been screwing the planet for 20 years."
So why don't more manufacturing companies "go green?"
Long-term stakeholder relationships for the common good
Develops resources – human, natural, financial capital – entrusted to him /her
Serves the organization and team, not self
Takes into account ethicsin decision making
Demonstrates integrity and character
Is an example and inspires through authenticity consistent in values and actions – walks the talk
Seeks to bring meaning to the work.
What are you doing to develop yourself?
Do you want to be?