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Leadership requirements

Leadership Requirements

Tips for success in the workplace

Mike Fellows


Objectives

Objectives

  • Provide 2 views of leadership helpful hints:

    • Specific abilities required of leaders within Lockheed Martin

    • Additional useful skills

  • Goal:

    • To provide an interaction session of learning and development and provide opportunities to apply lessons learned in real-world situations.


Agenda

Agenda

  • Session 1

  • Putting Up Numbers

    • Delivering Results

    • Own Your Stuff

  • Working with people

    • Communication

    • Relationships

  • Self Development

    • Education & Training

    • Personal Goals

  • LDP Myths and Truths


Agenda1

Agenda

  • Session 2

  • Develop the Intangibles

  • Leading Volunteer Organizations

    • If you can lead here…

  • The real point of networking and mentoring

    • Its not about you

  • Leading Elsewhere

  • Homework Assignments             


Background

Background

  • ATLP Graduate

  • Beneficiary of Mentorship

  • EE, MS in SE, and MBA in PM

  • PMDP

  • Lead an SE team

  • AF Vet, Reader, Believe in people, Bio is up to date, Married w 2 boys, 3 and 7


Quote

quote

"If you work for a man, in heaven's name work for him! If he pays you wages that supply you your bread and butter, work for him-speak well of him, think well of him, stand by him and stand by the institution he represents.

I think if I worked for a man I would work for him. I would not work for him a part of the time, and the rest of the time work against him. I would give an undivided service or none.

If put to the pinch, an ounce of loyalty is worth a pound of cleverness.“   --  Elbert Hubbard

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elbert_Hubbard


Session 1

Session 1

  • Putting Up Numbers

    • Delivering Results

      • What’s important to you when you work a task?

      • Are you provided a PoP?

      • How do you know when you are complete?

      • How does your effort feed into earned value, cost, schedule?

    • Own Your Stuff

      • What happens when you get stuck?

      • How do you deal with team ownership?

      • What do you do when overwhelmed?

      • How do you convince other overwhelmed people to assist you?

        If you say you will do it, then do it.


Session 11

Session 1

  • Relationship Example


Session 12

Session 1

  • Working with people – most challenging and rewarding

    • Communication

      • People speak, hear, learn, and understand differently

      • Listen fully before responding, and acknowledge what was said

      • Create a safe environment for communication

      • Virtual environments and technology

    • Relationships          

      • The South

      • Negotiating

      • How to create one

        • Trust

        • Openness

        • Honest Feedback


Session 13

Session 1

  • Self Development

    • Education & Training

      • Degrees - Get em

      • Training – Pursue it

        • But how? Budgets are tight

        • BAM, Barnes & Nobles, \LMPeople\Learners Desktop...

        • Get to know training coordinators

    • Personal Goals

      • Set em, work towards em


Session 14

Session 1

  • LDP Myths and Truths

    • Ques 1 – Is relocation a requirement of LDP?

    • Ques 2 – Can I get the same benefits without being in LDP? (Career Growth, Training, Opportunities)

    • Ques 3 – I’ve heard that managers don’t like LDP’ers. They get trained then leave. They only work tasks that they get awards for.

      Bottom line, if you want the real scoop, talk to an LDPer.


Leadership requirements

Leadership should be born out of the understanding of the needs of those who would be affected by it.

~Marian Anderson


Session 2

Session 2

  • Develop the Intangibles

  • Leading Volunteer Organizations

    • If you can lead here…you can lead anywhere

    • How do you motivate people who don’t work for you?

      • Come in on weekends

      • Pick up trash on the side of the road

      • Serve others who can never repay you

    • Make it fun and rewarding

    • Get buy in and leverage ideas from volunteers

    • Have structure, order, and a routine that makes sense

      http://www.ehow.com/how_5211586_facilitate-lead-successful-volunteer-organization.html


Session 21

Session 2

  • The real point of networking and mentoring

    • Mentoring

      • Making an investment in others

      • Leveraging your own personal experience and learning and developing someone else

      • Taking your hard knocks and tough lessons and preventing someone form having to repeat your mistakes

      • Its not about you, its about them

    • Networking

      • Finding a sincere way to offer, follow up, and provide an investment in a stranger through a new relationship

      • Putting people together who have a common goal, common bond, weakness or strength


Laugh for no reason

Laugh for no reason

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19cUXzJjyzE


Session 22

Session 2

  • Leading Elsewhere

    • Well rounded leadership

      • (FSL?)

    • Workplace leadership organizations and opportunities

    • Community leadership

    • Church affiliations

    • Social networks

      Note: Volunteering is leading


Session 23

Session 2

  • Homework Assignments

    • Read at least one of the following recommends:

      • 21 Indispensible Qualities of Leadership – John Maxwell

      • Quiet Leadership  – Tony Dungy

      • Talent is Overrated – Jeff Colvin

      • Blink – Malcolm Gladwell

      • 7.  Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In – Roger Fisher  

    • Find someone who you admire

      • Ask them how they got to be where they are


Wrap up

Wrap Up

  • Make every day a great day – Your energy affects others

  • Deliver Results

    • Work quickly and efficiently

    • Do the work of more than one person

    • Ask for more

  • Sharpen your Communication Skills

    • Know how to influence conversations

    • Know how to develop and leverage relationships

  • Work on yourself

    • Continuous Education and training

    • Reading – Turn the TV and Wii off

  • Learn to Serve

    • Volunteering, Mentoring, and Networking

  • Do your homework


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