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Leading with heart in times of cardiac arrest

Leading with Heart in Times of Cardiac Arrest

Christy Chambers, EdD

CEC President


Who s here

Who’s here?

  • Teachers

  • Administrators

  • Gen

  • Related Services Support Personnel

  • Parents

  • Students

  • Policy Makers

  • Others


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Leading with Heart in Times of Cardiac Arrest

  • Defining leadership

  • Identifying who can be a leader

  • Remembering who has influenced us

  • Considering the value of relationships

  • Examining Head, Heart and Hands theory


Approach

Approach

  • Have you thought about this?

  • How good are you at this?


How do you define leadership

How do you define leadership?


How do you define leadership1

How do you define leadership?

KnowledgeRespect

Action orientedConfidence

Heart Has followers

CommunicationVisionary

InfluenceManager

SupportiveTransformational

ListenerFacilitator

AccessibleShares leadership

HumorEncourager

Takes risksRole Model

Gets things doneand more……….


Can everyone lead

Can everyone lead?

Is everyone on your team a leader?

Should everyone be a leader?

Can everyone become a leader?

Why or why not???


Johnny the bagger

Johnny the Bagger


Can should everyone be a leader

Can/Should Everyone Be a Leader?

Can we lead others before we are leaders in our own lives?


I am who taught me

I am who taught me

  • Someone influenced, mentored, taught & showed us the way.

  • How do we influence, mentor & teach others to find their paths?

  • How do we remain the mentor, the teacher in times of cardiac arrest?


Caring

Caring

  • Conscious Choice: To care or not to care?

  • Is the old cliché is true?

    "People don't care how much you know

    until they know how much you _____."


Caring1

Caring

Unconditional love, support and acceptance:

Accepting children

Accepting adults


Spirit a vital ingredient

Spirit: A Vital Ingredient


Iq v eq v sq

IQ v EQ v SQ

Intellectual Mind

Emotional Mind

Spirited/Inspired Mind

Using Spirit to Lead Successfully

Dr. Sandy Gluckman


Rules for being human

Rules for Being Human

  • We will learn lessons. There are no mistakes, only lessons.

  • A lesson is repeated until learned.

  • Learning lessons does not end.

  • There is no better place than here.

  • What we make of our life is up to us.

  • Our answers lie inside of us.

  • Above all, respect birds for flying and fish for swimming.


Relationships

Relationships

What

Job descriptions, Contracts

How

Relationships, Head, Heart & Hands


Leading with heart

Leading with Heart

Discovering our leadership voice to inspire and commit people to action

Leadership is not a role we play – It is who we are.

Relationships determine ability to connect to the people that we motivate


Think with your heart

Think with Your Heart

Put yourself in __shoes. Do you know what makes them feel good?

  • after hours fitness class

  • flexible schedule-within reason

  • in-house shoulder or foot massages

  • someone who listens without judgment

    Employees may work for the compensation, but they stay because of the supervisor and environment.


Head heart and hands

Head, Heart and Hands

Head+Heart = ?

Heart+Hands = ?

Hands+Head = ?

Head + Heart + Hands = Sustained Success


Aim for the heart by tom mathews

Aim for the Heart: by Tom Mathews

“You must capture and keep the heart of the original and supremely able man before his brain can do its best.”


Increasing the leadership quotient of your teams

Increasing the Leadership Quotient of Your Teams

When team members collide

Development trumps discipline

Problem-solving scenarios

Multiple perspectives

What’s working for you


Team relationship scenario when team members collide

Team Relationship Scenario:When team members collide

  • 2 Administrators

  • Compromised effectiveness

  • Affecting students and staff

  • Must work together

    What can you do? What should you do?


Problem solving scenarios

Problem Solving Scenarios

An activity for teams:

Create scenarios and identify:

  • the players

  • the conflict

  • alternative solutions from multiple perspectives


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Problem Solving Scenarios

  • Teachers

  • Paraprofessionals

  • Administrators

    Key to an effective learning experience:

    -solutions from multiple perspectives


Recipes for heart healthy teams

Recipes for Heart Healthy Teams

Doing things right versus doing the right things.

How do we use our team meetings?

nuts and bolts?

development?

?

Do we model, enable, inspire, challenge, and encourage the heart?


Investing in development

Investing in Development

Doing things right versus doing the right things.

How do we use team meetings?

Do we model, enable, inspire, challenge, and encourage?


New team leaders beware

New Team Leaders Beware:

  • Gain trust and respect first

  • Walk the talk

  • And they will come………


Build trust

Build Trust

Have the courage to acknowledge your own humanness


Spirit a core leadership competence

Spirit-A Core Leadership Competence

Go to basics-teach your team how to put spirit in the driver’s seat & ego in the passenger’s seat.

Whether spirit or ego is in the driver’s seat can depend upon how safe we feel.


What hurts motivation

What Hurts Motivation?

  • A flame goes out when:

    • We rely on the power of past performance

    • We stay within the comfort zone

    • We will not embrace the present moment

  • Burn-out :when passion for a subject and compassion for a person is out of balance


The heart of the matter

The Heart of the Matter

Confront or Condone

If someone isn’t playing by the rules and we don’t confront it, we condone it.

If something isn’t going well, address it.

Our actions affect climate and credibility, health and stress.

It’s all in the HOW.


By swallowing evil words unsaid no one has ever harmed his stomach winston churchill

“By swallowing evil words unsaid, no one has ever harmed his stomach.”Winston Churchill


Re defining leadership think pair share follow up

(Re)defining Leadership: Think, Pair, Share, Follow Up

Do you have the same definition?

Has anything resonated with you?

Any new ideas?

“The manager may get things done right. The leader with heart does the right thing for the right reasons.” Chambers, 2008

Beyond the Box, LLC


Leading with head heart and hands tools and resources

Leading with Head, Heart and Hands: Tools and Resources

  • Bibliography: recommended reading

  • Leadership Practices Inventory

  • Websites

  • Christy’s Kitchen

  • Leading with Heart Workbook


Investing in development1

Investing in Development

Doing things right versus doing the right things.

How do we use team meetings?

Do we model, enable, inspire, challenge, and encourage?


Being the best we can be

Being the best we can be!


Contact info

Contact info:

Christy Chambers, Ed.D.

Beyond the Box, LLC

[email protected]

815-363-9329 (O)

815-425-2758 (F)

www.leaderswithheart.com


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