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www.nwleics.gov.uk. MY LEADERSHIP JOURNEY 27 TH FEBRUARY 2013 Christine Fisher Chief Executive North West Leicestershire District Council. www.nwleics.gov.uk. “A process of social influence in which one person can enlist the aid and support of others in the accomplishment of a

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MY LEADERSHIP JOURNEY27TH FEBRUARY 2013Christine FisherChief ExecutiveNorth West Leicestershire District Council

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“A process of social influence in which

one person can enlist the aid and support

of others in the accomplishment of a

common task”

Wikipedia

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“Organising a group of people to achieve a

common goal”

Wikipedia

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My Leadership Approach

  • Leadership
  • Leadership with management
  • Coaching leadership
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Journey

  • Management – 1981 – 1990
  • Management – Leadership 1990-1999
  • Leadership 1999 – date
    • With Management
    • Leadership
    • Coaching / Leadership
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Case Study2012

  • Strategic Partnership Board
  • Performance Sub Group
  • Highly skilled & intense
  • Police, County, City, Probation, CPS
  • How to tackle that?
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Case Study2012

  • PARO
  • January 2012
  • Police Force Area
  • November Event
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What did the election feel like?

  • A bit of a musical performance
  • Composers – Home Office and Electoral Commission
  • Performing singers and promoters – PAROS as the only act on the bill
  • Support bands/orchestras - LROs
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Composers

  • Composing something quite different to before
  • Have changed the date of the event
  • Given some outline of the “musical score” without the full detail
  • Expect the final performance to be perfect
  • Will take legal action if it is not
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PARO role

  • To understand and “guess” what the musical score is rather than wait.
  • To treat all LROs and election staff as equals
  • First meeting 14th February 2012
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“One Team”

  • Meet regularly
  • Joint decisions – one team
  • Signed undertaking to mitigate risks
  • Bespoke joint training sessions
  • Regular dialogue and discussion
  • Joint protocols
  • Shared time to think and prepare
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Local Planning and Preparation

  • Project plans and risk assessments – drawn up early and revisited regularly
  • Weekly Project Team meetings
  • Monthly attendance at Election Officer meetings
  • Monthly updates to District Chief Executive meetings
  • Updates to other LROs as required
  • Monthly updates to Police Strategic Transition Board meetings
  • Home Office seminars
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Lessons learned from the performance:

Directions – less is more

Be flexible –what works for one, may not work for another

Acknowledge local issues

Experience – there is a lot of it out there. Don’t be afraid to ask

Enjoy, celebrate successes

Focus on what you know

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PAROs “faced the music” in November

  • Final election announcement on 16th November
  • Performance will end “when the fat lady sings”
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WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS?

WHAT QUESTIONS WOULD YOU

WISH TO ASK ME?

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“NOT WHAT THEY DO, IT’S ABOUT WHY THEY DO IT”

      • Understanding drivers
      • Behaviour
      • Values
      • Patterns of behaviour
      • Profile – not a competition
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MANAGING “SELF”

        • Impact on “logical levels”
        • Its rarely personal
        • E + R = O
        • “All done with positive intent”
        • Match, Pace, Lead
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SURVIVAL

      • Judgement – own plus others
      • Awareness of self
      • Information/knowledge be interested
      • Political antennae
      • Know when to leave alone,
      • know when to stand your ground
      • Coaching brings success
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