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STRENGTHENING LEADERSHIP:. A Campaign for Self & Others Kathy Muscari, Ph.D. ~ Director, CONTAC Campaign for Recovery ~ Charlottesville, Virginia September 19, 2008. Self. Leadership is an art – a performing art – and the instrument is the self. Kouzes and Posner, 2003.

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strengthening leadership

STRENGTHENING LEADERSHIP:

A Campaign for Self & Others

Kathy Muscari, Ph.D. ~ Director, CONTAC

Campaign for Recovery ~ Charlottesville, Virginia

September 19, 2008

leadership is an art a performing art and the instrument is the self kouzes and posner 2003

Self

Leadership is an art – a performing art – and the instrument is the self. Kouzes and Posner, 2003

Structure a personal system with supports for maintaining your own wellness and recovery.

“Follow the action plan you have designed.”

M. E. Copeland, 2002

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others
Others

Leadership is the art of mobilizing others to want to struggle for shared aspirations.

Kouzes 2008

Campaign for Recovery!

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about the presenter
About the Presenter
  • Director, CONTAC of WVMHCA
    • Nat’l Self-Help Technical Assistance Center
    • Originally funded by CMHS of SAMHSA
  • KM Consulting
    • Organizational Development
    • Sagebrush Studio
  • Academic Experience
    • Human Services: Nonprofit Management
    • Counseling, Art Education, School Media
  • Personal Expertise
    • Poverty/Family Addiction/Anxiety/Trauma/ Physical Illness
    • Miracles Happen! Recovery is Possible!

K. Muscari, PhD

Campaign For Recovery ~ Charlottesville, VA

campaign for recovery tough questions from region ten
Campaign for RecoveryTough Questions from Region Ten…

Where are you in your recovery journey?

What excites you about:

life,

growth,

learning,

wellness,

recovery?

What interests you now?

What have you recently learned from others?

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Consensus Conference on Recovery

The concept of recovery began with consumers. Over time, with effective consumer advocacy, the concept rippled outward to the national level.

There is one constant—recovery is always consumer driven…recovery always focuses on addressing the holistic needs and choices of consumers.

Recovery is possible and is certainly an expectation.

A. Kathryn Power

Director, CMHS

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National ConsensusStatement:RECOVERY

Mental health recovery is a journey of healing and transformation enabling a person with a mental health problem to live a meaningful life in a community of his or her choice while striving to achieve his or her full potential.

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foundation of leadership credibility
Foundation of LeadershipCREDIBILITY
  • Leaders must stand for something, believe in something, and care about something.
  • Leaders passionately believe they can make a difference.
  • The work of leaders is change.
  • Leaders know they can’t do it alone.
  • Leaders recognize contributions by showing appreciation for individual excellence.

Kouzes and Posner, 2003

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strengthening leadership campaign for recovery
STRENGTHENING LEADERSHIPCampaign for Recovery!
  • Inspirational Rally
  • Firewalkers
  • Keynote Speakers
  • Executives ~ Commissioners ~ VIPs
  • Banners, Buttons, Posters
  • Campaigners ~ Supporters
  • Celebration

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muscari study
Muscari Study
  • Leadership Practices in Statewide

Mental Health Advocacy Networks

  • Multi-Site Descriptive Survey Study
  • Midwest, Northeast, South, West
  • 14 Network Leaders, 62 Observers

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statewide consumer network leaders
Statewide Consumer Network Leaders

A statewide consumer network leader directs an established or emerging statewide peer-run organization, represents tenets of the self-help movement, and advocates on behalf of people with mental illness.

Kathy Muscari, 2007

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instruments used
Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI)

Demographic Interview:

What has leading a mental health consumer advocacy network been like?

Years of overall leadership experience

Length of current role

Size of staff

Size of network

Gender

Racial-ethnic diversity

Educational background

Age

Instruments Used

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consumer network leaders say
Consumer Network Leaders Say:

“The journey of leadership has its joys, setbacks, and at times, sorrows, but I cannot imagine doing anything else.”

“This is the best and finest thing I have ever done with my life, and I am thankful every day for the opportunity to carry on.”

“Let me just start by saying its been the most rewarding experience in my life.”

Quotes from network leaders

In Muscari, 2007

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five leadership practices
Five Leadership Practices

When at their personal best, leaders:

  • Model
  • Inspire
  • Challenge
  • Enable
  • Encourage

Source: The Leadership Challenge by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner. Copyright 2002

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model the way
Model the Way

Find your voice by clarifying your personal values

Set the example by aligning your actions with shared values.

Source: The Leadership Challenge

by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner. Copyright 2002

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challenge the process
Challenge the Process

Search for opportunities by seeking innovative ways to change, grow, and improve

Find a better way of doing things – experiment

  • Source: The Leadership Challenge
  • by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner. Copyright 2002

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inspire a shared vision
Inspire a Shared Vision

Envision the future by imagining exciting and ennobling possibilities

Enlist others in a common vision by appealing to shared aspirations

Source: The Leadership Challenge

by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner. Copyright 2002

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enable others to act
Enable Others to Act

Foster collaboration by promoting cooperative goals and building trust

Strengthen others by sharing power and discretion

Source: The Leadership Challenge

by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner. Copyright 2002

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encourage the heart
Encourage the Heart

Recognize contributions by showing appreciation for individual excellence

Commit to celebrate the values and victories by creating a spirit of community

Source: The Leadership Challenge

by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner. Copyright 2002

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consumer leadership
Consumer Leadership

One of the most significant outcomes of the consumer/survivor self-help moment has been the development of mental health consumer/survivor-operated programs … services that are planned, delivered, and evaluated by consumers/survivors themselves.

Van Tosh, L. and del Vecchio, P.

Consumer-Operated Self-Help Programs: A Technical Report.

U.S. Center for Mental Health Services, 2000

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principled leadership in mental health systems and programs
Shared vision

Live by key values

Empower

Centralize by mission

and decentralize by operations

Train to make vision a reality

Use information for change

Have exemplary performers

Relate constructively to employees

Anthony & Huckshorn (2008)

Principled Leadership inMental Health Systems and Programs

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leaders in recovery
Leaders in Recovery

People who become leaders don’t always seek the challenges they face … challenges also seek leaders. Kouzes and Posner, 2003

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strengthening leadership remember recovery is possible
STRENGTHENING LEADERSHIPRemember Recovery is Possible!
  • Traumatic and troublesome things happen
  • Difficult and debilitating emotions arise
  • Hope and supportive helpers inspire change
  • Turning points and taking action enable change
  • Labor, learn, love, live, lead one day at a time
  • The journey of recovery becomes real!
  • You are the evidence!
  • You are the inspiration!

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effective leadership
Effective Leadership

Leadership is a relationship, founded on trust and confidence … without trust and confidence, people don’t take risks. Without risks, there’s no change.

Without change, organizations and movements die.

Kouzes and Posner (1999)

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campaign for recovery
Campaign for Recovery!

“I challenge you to make your life a masterpiece … I challenge you to join the ranks of those people who live what they teach, who walk their talk.”

Anthony Robbins

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thank you
THANK YOU!

Anthony, W.A. & Huckshorn, K.A. (2008). Principled leadership. Boston: Boston University Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation.

Copeland, M. E. (2001 revised). Wellness Recovery Action Plan. Dummerston, VT: Peach

Press.Kouzes, J.M. & Posner, B.Z. (2002). The leadership challenge. (3rd ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Muscari, K.M. (2007). Examining Kouzes and Posner’s five leadership practices in statewide mental health consumer advocacy networks: A multi-site descriptive survey study. UMI 3278156 Ann Arbor, MI: ProQuest

New Freedom Commission on Mental Health (2003, July 22). Achieving the promise: Transforming mental health care in America. Final Report. DHHS Pub.No SMA-03-3832. Rockville, MD: DHHS

National consensus statement on mental health recovery. (2004). Brochure. Rockville, MD: DHHS

Van Tosh, L. & del Vecchio, P. (2000). Consumer/survivor operated self-help programs: A technical report. U.S. Center for Mental Health Services, Rockville, MD

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