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Leadership Summit. Larry Blackmer, Associate Superintendent of Schools, Michigan Conference of SDA. With the assumption that we are here for the same purpose, and that we are all equals, we can openly and honestly share ideas. No idea is a bad idea. Everyone has an equal voice.

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leadership summit

Leadership Summit

Larry Blackmer, Associate Superintendent

of Schools, Michigan Conference of SDA

ground rules
With the assumption that we are here for the same purpose, and that we are all equals, we can openly and honestly share ideas.

No idea is a bad idea.

Everyone has an equal voice.

We can question ideas, but not people.

Ground Rules
that s a good question

That’s a goodquestion!

Why are we

gathered

here together?

group question 1

?

Group question #1

What expectations do you have for today’s meeting?

5 minutes

my objectives for today
For there to be a clear understanding of the roles, functions and lines of authority for the board and staff.

To continue to develop EXCELLENCE IN TEAMWORK

To enjoy ourselves while accomplishing our objectives.

My Objectives for Today
slide8

Who comprises the

leadership at this

school?

group question 2

?

Group question #2

A.Why does this school exist?

B. What is the function of the board?

C. What is the function of the administration?

7 Minutes

slide11

Systems

view

Clear mission

goals, & roles

Shared

Values

Strategic

planning

Continuous

improvement

Complete

communication

Power

sharing

Win-win

conflict

Excellence in Teamwork

Informed

cooperation

slide12

Systems

view

Clear mission

goals, & roles

Shared

Values

Strategic

planning

Continuous

improvement

Complete

communication

Power

sharing

Win-win

conflict

Excellence in Teamwork

Informed

cooperation

slide13

Excellence in Teamwork

Develop and Maintain a

Clear Mission, Goals & Roles

1

  • Information is crucial for cooperation.
  • Know how goals and roles fit the larger picture.
  • Believing, knowing, having fit, ----MOTIVATES
  • Team members need to know each other at a deeper level than the role each is playing.
slide14

Systems

view

Clear mission

goals, & roles

Shared

Values

Strategic

planning

Continuous

improvement

Complete

communication

Power

sharing

Win-win

conflict

Excellence in Teamwork

Informed

cooperation

slide15

Excellence in Teamwork

Think, Plan, an Act

Strategically

2

  • Thinking strategically means thinking with end results in mind.
  • Planning strategically means anticipating the needs of students and parents in accomplishing your job.
  • Acting strategically means stepping up to a problem and doing the right thing…
  • Complex tasks require that everyone think, plan and act strategically
slide16

Systems

view

Clear mission

goals, & roles

Shared

Values

Strategic

planning

Continuous

improvement

Complete

communication

Power

sharing

Win-win

conflict

Excellence in Teamwork

Informed

cooperation

slide17

Excellence in Teamwork

Go for Complete

Communication

3

  • Accurate, timely information is the lifeblood of an effective organization.
  • Complete communication doesn’t mean telling everyone everything you know.
  • Every person in the organization needs two kinds of information…
  • Effective listening is a vital part of the complete communication
slide18

Systems

view

Clear mission

goals, & roles

Shared

Values

Strategic

planning

Continuous

improvement

Complete

communication

Power

sharing

Win-Win

conflict

Excellence in Teamwork

Informed

cooperation

slide19

Excellence in Teamwork

Reframe Conflict as

a Win-Win Activity

4

  • When people strive for honest, complete communication, it’s inevitable that there will be differences.
  • When viewed and dealt with productively, conflict need not cause problems in team relationships.
  • Good conflict resolution skills are an essential part of effective teamwork.
  • Lively, productive conflict is energizing and can be a rich source of ideas.
slide20

Systems

view

Clear mission

goals, & roles

Shared

Values

Strategic

planning

Continuous

improvement

Complete

communication

Power

sharing

Win-win

conflict

Excellence in Teamwork

Informed

cooperation

slide21

Excellence in Teamwork

Share Power

5

  • This may be the most important aspect of effective teamwork and one of the most difficult to accomplish.
  • Everyone needs to feel powerful in the same sense that they can make a difference
  • Feeling powerless is probably one of the most discouraging feelings anyone can have.
  • When power is shared, people are able to devote tremendous energy to the work at hand
  • Power sharing does not mean giving everyone an equal vote on every decision.
slide22

Systems

view

Clear mission

goals, & roles

Shared

Values

Strategic

planning

Continuous

improvement

Complete

communication

Power

sharing

Win-win

conflict

Excellence in Teamwork

Informed

cooperation

slide23

Excellence in Teamwork

Make Continuous Improvement

THE Way of Life

6

  • Effective teams never become complacent.
  • Effective teams are learning machines.
  • Calculated risk-taking is encouraged and rewarded.
  • Barriers and limits to performance are continually pushed back.
  • The team’s ability to see reality is constantly expanding.
slide24

Systems

view

Clear mission

goals, & roles

Shared

Values

Strategic

planning

Continuous

improvement

Complete

communication

Power

sharing

Win-win

conflict

Excellence in Teamwork

Informed

cooperation

slide25

Excellence in Teamwork

Preserve the Core

Shared Values

7

  • People on effective teams share some core values
  • Team leaders make it their business to preserve the core values and teach them.
  • Fairness and equality are two such values.
  • Quality is another.
  • Caring is the universal core value.
  • Service to others is the ultimate core value.
slide26

Systems

view

Clear mission

goals, & roles

Shared

Values

Strategic

planning

Continuous

improvement

Complete

communication

Power

sharing

Win-win

conflict

Excellence in Teamwork

Informed

cooperation

slide27

Excellence in Teamwork

Take the System View

8

  • Taking the systems view means operating with a constant awareness that everyone in the organization is a part of the same system and therefore subject to each of the following principles.
  • Individuals can effect the whole system.
  • The whole system is influenced by at least one other part of the system.
  • Parts of the whole system can be grouped into functional subsystems.
  • The performance of the whole system depends critically on how well the parts fit and work together.
  • The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
slide28

Systems

view

Clear mission

goals, & roles

Shared

Values

Strategic

planning

Continuous

improvement

Complete

communication

Power

sharing

Win-win

conflict

Excellence in Teamwork

Informed

cooperation

slide29

Excellence in Teamwork

Build the Key to Effectiveness

Informed Cooperation

  • Informed cooperation is the key to effective teamwork.
  • Informed cooperation requires a lot more than an intention and willingness to cooperate.
  • It requires learning on a continuing basis how to offer help effectively.
  • It requires that team members not wait to be asked for help.
  • It sometimes means throttling back your individual performance.
  • It always means evaluating individual performance in the light of the contribution to team goals.
slide30

?

Group question #3

What are the three

most important concepts

in this presentation

for BCA?

7 Minutes

slide31

Reporters - Share your

groups response.

slide32

In your group,

prioritize the list.

Top 4.

slide33

Reporters - Share your

groups response.

slide34

?

Group question #4

What can we do to

make these four

things happen?

7 Minutes

slide35

Reporters - Share your

groups response.

slide36

?

Group question #5

Who is should

develop policy?

7 Minutes

slide37

Reporters - Share your

groups response.

slide38

?

Group question #5

What three things

can we take from

here today and

implement?

7 Minutes

slide39

Reporters - Share your

groups response.