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Transformational Leadership. in the new science. Definition according to dictionary.com. Corporation A body that is granted a charter recognizing it as a separate legal entity having its own rights, privileges, and liabilities distinct from those of its members. .

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transformational leadership

Transformational Leadership

in the new science

definition according to dictionary com
Definition according to dictionary.com

Corporation

A body that is granted a charter recognizing it as a separate legal entity having its own rights, privileges, and liabilities distinct from those of its members.

definition according to the film the corporation
Definition according tothe film – the corporation

Corporation

  • a legal entity, allowed by legislation in a state, which permits a group of people, as shareholders (for-profit companies) or members (non-profit companies),
  • to create an organization,
  • which can then focus on pursuing set objectives
  • and exercise legal rights, which are usually only reserved for individuals, such as to sue and be sued, own property, hire employees or loan and borrow money.
transformational vs traditional
Transformational vs. Traditional

Transformational Leadership processes are

there are six processes in transformational leadership
There are six processesin transformational leadership
  • Developing a shared vision
  • Inspiring and communicating
  • Valuing others
  • Challenging & stimulating
  • Developing trust
  • Enabling
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1. Developing a shared vision

This includes providing a sense of

  • Mission
  • Vision
  • Excitement
  • Pride
2 inspiring and communicating
2. Inspiring and Communicating
  • Communicating a vision
  • Focusing attention of others on key ideas
  • Active listening
  • Providing feedback
3 valuing others
3. Valuing Others
  • Focusing on individual needs
  • Caring about others
  • Encouraging & valuing others
4 challenging stimulating
4. Challenging & Stimulating
  • Enabling the flow of new ideas
  • Challenge current process & suggest new ways forward
  • Develop problem-solving skills
  • Search for opportunities for improvement
5 developing trust
5. Developing trust

Developing trust respect through words and actions

6 enabling
6. Enabling
  • Creating opportunities for involvement
  • Supporting risk-taking
  • Fostering collaboration & involvement
  • Enable others to be self-reliant and confident
science
Science

Fractals area rough or fragmented geometric shape that can be subdivided in parts, each of which is (at least approximately) a reduced-size copy of the whole

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A fractal reveals its complex shape through continuous self-reference to a simple initial equation
margaret wheatley
- Margaret Wheatley

Leadership

“Thus the work of any team or organization needs to start with a clear sense of what they are trying to accomplish and how they want to behave together”

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goals = initial equations

Think of goals as initial equations

leadership

fractals

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Great Places to Work® Institute

Named 5 companies whose leaders have done a remarkable job of implementing programs and practices that fit their cultures, build trust, and address the key areas necessary to create great workplaces.

credibility award
Credibility Award

Starbucks

Recognized for its Mission Review program, which encourages every Starbucks partner to question any business practices they believe run contrary to the company’s mission statement.

fairness award
Fairness Award

FedEx Corporation

Recognized for their Guaranteed Fair Treatment Procedure and RESPECT (Resolving Employee Situations and Problems Encourages Company-wide Trust) program.

camaraderie award
Camaraderie Award

Hot Topic, Inc

Recognized for its uniquely stimulating, creative work atmosphere where employees are encouraged to be themselves.

respect award
Respect Award

Analytical Graphics Inc.

recognized for the extensive and cohesive collection of training and development programs offered to employees at all levels within the company.

pride award
Pride Award

Griffin Hospital

Recognized for the implementation of the Planetree patient-centered care model, which enables employees to practice their profession the way they envisioned it – with the focus on patient care and satisfaction.

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Leaders are so afraid of paradox, so afraid of uncertainty. It takes a lot of bravery even to consider that uncertainty is not a threat, that in fact it's creative and powerful

- Margaret Wheatley