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The Leading EDGE™ The Teaching EDGE™

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The Leading EDGE™ The Teaching EDGE™

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  1. The Leading EDGE™The Teaching EDGE™

  2. The LeadingEDGE™ • More than one leadership style • Match style to people and stage of team’s development Explain Demonstrate Guide Enable

  3. Explain, Demonstrate, Guide or Enable? Stage of Team Development: Forming • High Enthusiasm and Motivation / Low Skills • Forming requires Explaining

  4. Explain, Demonstrate, Guide or Enable? Stage of Team Development: Storming • Low Enthusiasm / Low Skills • Storming requires Demonstrating

  5. Explain, Demonstrate, Guide or Enable? Stage of Team Development: Norming • Rising Enthusiasm / Growing Skills • Norming requires Guiding, or coaching

  6. Explain, Demonstrate, Guide or Enable? Stage of Team Development: Performing • High Enthusiasm / High Skills • Performing requires Enabling

  7. Forming Storming Norming Performing Explain Demonstrate Guide Enable Stages of Team Development

  8. The Teaching EDGE™ • Need for new skills • Leader provides skill instruction, if necessary • May serve as instructor or arrange for instruction

  9. The Teaching EDGE™ • Level of style needs to match learner’s enthusiasm and skill • Use Teaching EDGE™ to define style of instruction Explain Demonstrate Guide Enable

  10. Root Beer Song • Dough – The stuff that buys my root beer • Ray – The guy that pours my root beer • Me – The guy that drinks my root beer • Fa – a long way to the john • So – Let’s have another root beer • La – A lotta lotta root beer • Tea – No thanks, I’m having root beer • And that leaves me with no dough, dough, dough, dough (repeat)

  11. The Teaching EDGE™ New learner is enthused and motivated to learn • Has low level of skill Forming (Low Skill / High Enthusiasm) Instructor needs to carefully Explain What to do / How to do it

  12. The Teaching EDGE™ Learner - Mastering a skill may not be easy • Enthusiasm and motivation low • Skills still low Storming (Low Skill / Low Enthusiasm) Instructor must Demonstrate new skill • Show what to do and how to do it

  13. The Teaching EDGE™ After seeing, learner’s confidence rises,so do motivation and enthusiasm Norming (Increasing Skill / Growing Enthusiasm) Instructor needs to Guide • Giving freedom to figure things out • Support with encouragement • Helping to move closer to goal

  14. The Teaching EDGE™ Learner’s skill and enthusiasm high • Can act independently • Can be productive Performing (High Skill / High Enthusiasm) Instructor needs to Enable • Offer freedom to make decisions • Keep moving ahead • Skill mastered, can teach others

  15. The Teaching EDGE™ People remember … 10%of what they HEAR - 25%of what they SEE - 65%of what they DO - - Explain Demonstrate Guide Enable

  16. Summary – Leading EDGE™ • Team responds to leadership tailored to stage team is experiencing • Leading EDGE™ describes behavior of the leader as team moves through stages of development

  17. Summary – Teaching EDGE™ • Learner responds best to skill instruction tailored to stage of skill development • Teaching EDGE™ describes behavior ofskills instructor as learner moves through stages of development

  18. The Leading EDGE™The Teaching EDGE™