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The Top Companies for Developing Leaders:Findings from Hewitt Associates’ 2009 Top Companies for Leaders Study

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Center for Integrative Leadership

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

manager as administrator vs manager as leader
ADMINISTRATOR

Tells/Informs

Focuses on the Job

Understands the Job

Works to Serve a Mission

Reactive

Worries about Today’s Results

Monitoring, Evaluating, and Reporting Results

LEADER

Asks/Listens

Builds Trust and Loyalty with People

Understands the People

Works to Serve a Purpose

Proactive

Worries about Long-term Viability

Recognizing Achievements and Expressing Appreciation

Manager as Administrator vs. Manager as Leader

CONTROL

CHANGE

the leadership pipeline derived from a friedman and charan drotter noel
The Leadership Pipelinederived from A. Friedman, and Charan, Drotter, & Noel

Chief

Executive

Senior

Executive

Business Unit

Leader

Mid-Level

Leader

Front-Line

Leader

Individual

Contributor

leadership pipeline leadership transitions

Chief

Executive

Senior

Executive

Business Unit

Leader

Mid-Level

Leader

Front-Line

Leader

Individual

Contributor

Leadership Pipeline – Leadership Transitions

From leading a groupto leading the enterprise

From leading a unit

to leading a group

From leading managers to leading a unit

From leading others to leading other managers

From leading self to leading others

defining leadership
Defining Leadership

“Leadership is a function of knowing yourself, having a vision that is well communicated, building trust among colleagues, and taking effective action to realize your own leadership potential.”

- Warren Bennis -

“Leadership is much more an art, a belief, a condition of the heart, than a set of things to do. The visible signs of artful leadership are expressed, ultimately, in its practice.”

- Max DePree -

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“Leadership is not necessarily better than management or a replacement for it. Rather, leadership and management are two distinctive and complementary activities. Both are necessary for success in an increasingly complex and volatile business environment.”
  • John Kotter
overview of the hewitt study findings
Overview of the Hewitt Study Findings
  • James E. Donohue
    • Principal, Hewitt Associates
panel discussion on developing leaders
Panel Discussion on Developing Leaders
  • Cindy L. Johnson, 3M Company
  • Tricia Dirks, Target Corporation
  • Susan Bies, Cargill Incorporated
  • Kevin Wilde, General Mills, Incorporated
questions
Questions
  • How do these organizations actually develop leaders?
  • What are the practices that really matter in developing leaders?
  • What sets these organizations apart from others?
  • What can we learn from these leadership practices that could help guide leadership development in other sectors, including public, nonprofit, and private organizations?
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The Top Companies for Developing Leaders:Findings from Hewitt Associates’ 2009 Top Companies for Leaders Study

Thank You For Attending!

Center for Integrative Leadership

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA