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Day Five: Session 13: Loose Ends. Program Talk Template Charter/Letter to Linda Bob Johnson: Self Leadership revisited Review the challenges agenda established on Monday What lingering questions or issues would you like to “tie up” this morning? Concluding Exercises.

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Day five session 13 loose ends

Day Five: Session 13: Loose Ends

  • Program Talk Template

  • Charter/Letter to Linda

  • Bob Johnson: Self Leadership revisited

  • Review the challenges agenda established on Monday

  • What lingering questions or issues would you like to “tie up” this morning?

  • Concluding Exercises

(c) James G. Clawson


Levering the program impact

Levering the Program Impact

  • Letter to Self: What did you learn? What if you could implement that? What obstacles would you expect? How will you overcome them?

  • Complete as much of the evaluation as you can (minus last session).

(c) James G. Clawson


Session 14 some concluding thoughts

Session 14.Some Concluding Thoughts

You cannot change the world around you, you can only change the way you deal with the world around you. Change begins with you.

(c) James G. Clawson


Can you change anything in the world out there without changing yourself first

Can you change anything in the world “out there” without changing yourself first?

Society

Organization

Team

Self

(c) James G. Clawson


Leadership point of view

Leadership Point of View

  • Do you SEE what needs to be done?

  • Do you UNDERSTAND all of the forces at play?

  • Do you have the COURAGE to act?

(c) James G. Clawson


Day five session 13 loose ends

Elements in Effective Leadership

Environment

Legal, Cultural,

Financial, etc.

SELF

RESULTS

Financials?

Customers?

Efficiency?

Employees?

Learning?

OTHERS

TASK

ORGANIZATION

(c) James G. Clawson


Leadership is about managing energy first in yourself and then in others

Leadership is about managing energy, first in yourself and then in others.

(c) James G. Clawson


Vabe based behavior the missing variable

VABE based BehaviorThe missing variable

L3: VABEs

LEVEL 3

EVENTS

L2: CONCLUSIONS

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 1

L1: BEHAVIOR

FEELINGS

(c) James G. Clawson


Day five session 13 loose ends

Charters bring clarity …

LEADERSHIP

Strategy

Mission

Vision

Goals

Values

1. Mission Statement

2. Vision Statement

3. Values Statement

4. Strategy

5. Operating Goals and Milestones

6. Leadership

(c) James G. Clawson


General change process

L

NEW BASELINE

CONFIRMATION

L

L

EXPERIMENT

GENERAL CHANGE PROCESS

SEARCH

FOR

ALTERNATIVES

NEW DATA

L

DISCON-

FIRMING

L

Change from Baseline

ENTHUSIASM

ENGAGEMENT

LEARNING

BASELINE

BEHAVIOR

HURT

or

PAIN

DENY

DISTORT

DISCOUNT

IGNORE

L

L

L

CURRENT

COMFORT

ZONE

Discon-

firming

Data

ENCOUNTER

NEW DATA

CONFIRMING DATA

(c) James G. Clawson


Good is the enemy of great

Good is the Enemy of Great

“Conversely, perpetuating mediocrity is an inherently depressing process and drains much more energy out of the pool than it puts back in. …

‘I want them to have a great experience, and to have the experience of being part of something absolutely first class.’”

Running Coach, p. 208

“WE TEACH WHAT WE TOLERATE.” Marietta Frey

(c) James G. Clawson


Importance of learning

Importance of Learning

The only real source of competitive advantage may be the capacity to learn.

Arie de Geus, The Living Company

(c) James G. Clawson


Some additional resources

Some additional resources …

  • Course Portal at UNH:

  • http://wsbe2.unh.edu/creating-future-leadership-and-change

  • URL will be emailed to you.

  • Recommended Bibliography on my website or in the book on page 464.

  • My website (or just Google “James Clawson”) for Balance Wheel, etc.: http://faculty.darden.virginia.edu/clawsonj/

  • Powered by Feel: how individuals, teams and companies excel, World Scientific, 2009

  • For career decision making (30 years of teaching career management now on the web @): www.CareerNextStep.com

  • Balancing Your Life: executive lessons for work, family and self.

  • E-mail me as you wish. [email protected]

(c) James G. Clawson


Day five session 13 loose ends

AN INVITATION / CHALLENGE

(c) James G. Clawson


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