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  1. Collaborative Leadership College of the North Atlantic Fall 2008

  2. Charting our Course . . .

  3. Learning the Culture . . .

  4. Understanding the culture . .

  5. CNA’s Leadership Advance 2008 May 5,6,7, 2008 Jean Madill, President

  6. Leadership The process ordinary people use when they are bringing out the best from themselves and others. (Kouzes & Posner, 1995)

  7. What does it mean to be a leader at CNA? • You have the information you need to do your job. • You are respected for your opinions and supported in your decisions. • It is okay to make mistakes! • You are part of a team. • You have a clear understanding of your role and how it relates to others in the college. • You are accountable for your decisions and actions. • You are inspired and you inspire others. • You are part of the force that will move CNA from “Good to Great”!

  8. CNA Leadership Culture • Collaboration is defined as “exchanging information and sharing or pooling resources for mutual benefit to achieve a common purpose.” • Collaborative/Shared Leadership is the processes, activities and relationships in which a group and its members engage in collaboration. • Collaboration is one of CNA’s core values

  9. Collaborative Leadership • Leadership shown by a group that is acting collaboratively to solve agreed upon issues • Leaders use supportive and inclusive methods to ensure that those they represent are part of the change process • Requires new notion of power…the more power we share, the more we have to use • http://eric-web.tc.columbia.edu/families/TWC

  10. Six Practices: Definitions • Assessing the Environment: Understanding the context for change before you act. • Creating Clarity: Defining shared values and engaging people in positive action. • Building Trust: Creating safe places for developing shared purpose and action. • Sharing Power and Influence: Developing synergy of people, organizations, and communities to accomplish a shared vision. • Developing People: Committing to people as a key asset through coaching and mentoring. • Self-Reflection: Understanding your own values, attitudes, and behaviors as they relate to your leadership style and its impact on others.

  11. Why Six Practices ? • Identified by the Turning Point Leadership Development National Excellence Collaborative • Research included: • Literature reviews • Individual interviews • Focus groups • Expert panel debates • Attendance at leadership development training programs

  12. Six Practices of Collaborative Leadership SP DP BT CC SR Complex Problem Effective Solution AE

  13. Methods for Building Collaborative Leadership Skills • Exposure to different ideas • Exposure to different cultures • Critical Reflection • Experience / Practice

  14. Methods for Building Collaborative Leadership Skills • Mentoring • Coaching • Shadow coaching • Feedback-based coaching • Just in time personal coaching • Peer coaching • Rewards