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Leadership Development Module. David Jacobson Matt Treger Beyster Institute MEET U.S. Program. Agenda. Leadership Introduction Activity U.S. Leadership Theories and Models Campbell Leadership Descriptors Assessment Campbell Leadership Descriptors Presentation

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Leadership development module

Leadership Development Module

David Jacobson

Matt Treger

Beyster Institute MEET U.S. Program


Agenda

Agenda

  • Leadership Introduction Activity

  • U.S. Leadership Theories and Models

  • Campbell Leadership Descriptors Assessment

  • Campbell Leadership Descriptors Presentation

  • Leadership Characteristics Card Sort

  • Dyad Conversation on Leadership Characteristics

  • Large Group Discussion

  • Q&A

MEET U.S.


Leadership introduction activity

Leadership Introduction Activity

  • In one or two sentences please write your personal definition of leadership.

  • Start your definition with “Leadership is…” and then finish the sentence.

  • Would two or three volunteers please share their definitions with the group?

MEET U.S.


Leadership definitions

Leadership Definitions

  • The creative and directive force of morale (Munson, 1921)

  • The process by which an agent induces a subordinate to behave in a desired manner (Bennis, 1959)

  • Directing and coordinating the work of group members (Fiedler, 1967)

  • The presence of a particular influence relationship between two or more persons (Hollander & Julian, 1969)

  • An interpersonal relationship in which others comply because they want to, not because they have to (Merton 1969; Hogan, Curphy, & Hogan, 1994)

  • The process of influencing an organized group toward accomplishing its goals (Roach & Behlin, 1984)

  • Actions that focus resources to create desirable opportunities (Campbell, 1991)

MEET U.S.


U s leadership theories and models

U.S. Leadership Theories and Models

Leadership Theories- Historical

  • Leadership Trait Theory

  • Leadership Behavioral Theory

  • Situational Leadership Approach

    Leadership Theories- Current

  • Emotional Intelligence

  • Derailment Research

  • Leadership Pipeline

MEET U.S.


Leadership trait theory

Drive

Motivation

Honesty & Integrity

Self-Confidence

Trustworthiness

Intelligence

Need for achievement

Decisiveness

Extroversion

Assertiveness

Flexibility

Courage

Leadership Trait Theory

1900-1950’s

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Leadership behavioral theory

Leadership Behavioral Theory

1950’s-

  • Leadership is about what leaders do and how they behave

  • Four Main Leadership Behaviors

    1.Concern for task

    2.Concern for people

    3.Directive Leadership

    4. Participative Leadership

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Situational leadership approach

Situational Leadership Approach

1970’s-

  • Leadership is a relationship between a leader and a follower

  • Context is critical

  • Development level of follower (four development levels) determines appropriate leadership behavior

    • Competence & Commitment

  • Leadership style is combination of two behaviors

    • Direction & Support

MEET U.S.


Ken blanchard s situational leadership ii

Ken Blanchard’s Situational Leadership II

MEET U.S.


Daniel goleman s emotional intelligence

Daniel Goleman’s Emotional Intelligence

1995-

Emotional Intelligence:

“Abilities such as being able to motivate oneself and persist in the face of frustrations; to control impulse and delay gratification; to regulate one’s moods and keep distress from swamping the ability to think; to empathize and to hope.”

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The center for creative leadership s derailment research

The Center for Creative Leadership’s Derailment Research

1970-1990’s

  • Primary Reasons for Derailment

    • Inability to change and adapt during a transition

    • Problems with interpersonal relationships

    • Failure to build and lead a team

    • Failure to meet business objectives

MEET U.S.


Problems with interpersonal relationships

Problems with Interpersonal Relationships

Personality characteristics seen as:

  • Insensitive

  • Manipulative

  • Critical

  • Demanding

  • Authoritarian (lacked a teamwork orientation)

  • Self-isolating

  • Aloof

MEET U.S.


Leadership pipeline

Leadership Pipeline

Six Leadership Passages

Passage One: From Managing Self to Managing Others

Passage Two: From Managing Others to Managing Managers

Passage Three: From Managing Managers to Functional Manager

Passage Four: From Functional Manager to Business Manager

Passage Five: From Business Manager to Group Manager

Passage Six: From Group Manger to Enterprise Manager

MEET U.S.


Leadership development module

Campbell Leadership Descriptors

  • Describe universal leadership components

  • Identify characteristics of successful leaders

  • Evaluate personal strengths and weaknesses

  • Develop an action plan

MEET U.S.


Leadership development module

Rating the Adjectives

4 = Definitely Descriptive

3 = Descriptive

2 = Not Descriptive

1 = Definitely Not Descriptive

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Leadership development module

Fill in the Adjective Boxes

  • Farsighted:

  • Sees the big picture…

Self

Good Leader

Poor Leader

MEET U.S.


Leadership development module

Find the Totals

TOTAL

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Leadership development module

Use Symbols to Plot the Profiles

Self =

Good Leader =

Poor Leader =

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Leadership development module

Leadership Components - Major Tasks

  • Vision – Establish general tone, direction

  • Management – Set goals and focus resources

  • Empowerment – Select and develop subordinates

  • Diplomacy – Forge coalitions

  • Feedback – Observe, listen, share information

  • Entrepreneurialism – Find future opportunities

MEET U.S.


Leadership development module

Leadership Components – Major Tasks

  • Vision – Establish general tone, direction

    • Farsighted

    • Enterprising

    • Persuasive

    • Resourceful

    • Has a global view

  • Management – Set goals and focus resources

    • Dedicated

    • Delegating

    • Dependable

    • Focused

    • Systematic

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    Leadership development module

    Leadership Components - Major Tasks

    • Empowerment – Select and develop subordinates

      • Encouraging

      • Mentoring

      • Perceptive

      • Supportive

      • Trusting

  • Diplomacy – Forge coalitions

    • Diplomatic

    • Tactful

    • Trusted

    • Well-connected

    • Culturally sensitive

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    Leadership development module

    Leadership Components - Major Tasks

    • Feedback – Observe, listen, share information

      • A good coach

      • A good teacher

      • Candid and honest

      • Listens well

      • Numerically astute

  • Entrepreneurialism – Find future opportunities

    • Adventuresome

    • Creative

    • Durable

    • Good fundraiser

    • Globally innovative

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    Leadership development module

    Leadership Components

    Personal Characteristics

    • Personal Style – Set tone of competence,

    • optimism, integrity, and inspiration

    • Personal Energy – Live disciplined, wholesome lifestyle

    • Multicultural Awareness – Be comfortable working across geographic, demographic, and cultural borders

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    Leadership development module

    Leadership Components

    Personal Characteristics

    • Personal Style

      • Credible

      • Experienced

      • A visible role model

      • Optimistic

      • Looks at global picture

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    Leadership development module

    Leadership Components

    Personal Characteristics

    • Personal Energy

      • Balanced

      • Energetic

      • Physically fit

      • Publicly impressive

      • Internationally resilient

  • Multicultural Awareness

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    Leadership development module

    Scoring Implications

    MEET U.S.


    Leadership descriptors workbook

    Leadership Descriptors Workbook

    • Analyzing the Results

      • Pages 19-21

    • Developmental Activities

      • Pages 24-32

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    Leadership descriptors card sort

    Leadership Descriptors Card Sort

    • Sort your cards in relationship to your current role

      • Most Important (10)

      • Very Important (10)

      • Somewhat important (10)

      • Not important (10)

    • Sort the cards in your “Most Important” group from number one (most important) to number ten (least important)

    • Complete the “Top 10 Leadership Descriptors” worksheet

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    Leadership descriptors group activity

    Leadership Descriptors Group Activity

    • Place your name placard above your leadership cards

    • In silence, walk around the room and explore the different ways people ranked the importance of the leadership descriptors relative to their current roles

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    Dyad conversations

    Dyad Conversations

    • Explore and discuss the differences in your rankings and possible reasons why they exist

    • Explain why you ranked your “most important” descriptors the way you did

    • Share examples of how your behaviors exhibit the descriptors you ranked as most important

    • Share descriptor behaviors you need to do more often

    MEET U.S.


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