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Welcome!building a culture of leadership
The Academy for Advanced Leadership and Development
Rate the climate in your organization
First Who . . .
“ . . . Executives who ignited the transformations from good to great did not first figure out where to drive the bus and then get people to take it there. No, they first got the right people on the bus (and the wrong people off) . . . .”
Jim Collins, Good to Great
Taking stock of talent/needs
What to look for
Someone with the recognized ability, aspiration, and level of engagement.
What drives potential?
“Not surprisingly, a rising leader’s chance of success is higher when they are supported by the people around them and pushed to grow.”
Chief HR Officer, Manufacturing Company
Organizational leadership challenges
Take stock of your situation
Take 10 and review
remember the who is you
What employers look for:
Dispel the myths
John Maxwell, The 360 ̊Leader
Up, Down, and all around
“Ninety-nine percent of all leadership occurs not from the top but from the middle of an organization.” John C. Maxwell, The 360 ̊ Leader
Invest in Others
“The primary role of an organization in today’s society should be to accelerate the capability building of its members so they can create more value. Institutions that can do the most effective job of building capability will create and capture value – the rest will inevitably fall by the wayside.”
Hagel and Brown, The Only Sustainable Edge
Develop the leaders around you
“Grow a leader grow the organization.”
John Maxwell, Developing the Leaders Around You
Be a servant
Transform the culture
Change is not a natural organizational phenomena — it requires an intentional process.
Transform the culture
Lead with honor
Lee Ellis (Former POW), Leading with Honor
Record two or three ideas or issues that came out of the discussion that were most meaningful to you.