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Welcome to… Blueprint for Living Your Leadership Grip. Enhanced by The Birkman Method ® Day 3. Review of Day 2. What key personal insights made the greatest impression on you? What insights related to your Spiritual Gifts were most helpful? Any insights about your Team Styles?

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welcome to blueprint for living your leadership grip

Welcome to…Blueprint for LivingYour Leadership Grip

Enhanced by The Birkman Method®

Day 3

review of day 2
Review of Day 2
  • What key personal insights made the greatest impression on you?
  • What insights related to your Spiritual Gifts were most helpful?
  • Any insights about your Team Styles?
  • Or your Equipping Functions?
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Getting a Grip #8

Birkman Component Reports – Adding Depth

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Going to New Depth: The Birkman Components Report

Eleven components being measured:

The Usual, Needs, and Stress reaction (diamond, circle, square)

APPLIED TO 11 DIFFERENT AREAS !

it goes much deeper

Foundation ColorsSM

Communication

Operations/Technology

Admin/Fiscal

Design/Strategy

Preferred Work Styles

  • Corporate Styles
  • Work Motivation
  • Self Development
  • Corporate Adaptability
  • Problem-Solving
  • Public Contact / Detail
  • Global / Linear
  • Conceptual / Concrete
  • Management Styles
  • Knowledge Specialist
  • Directive Management
  • Delegative Management
  • Social Styles
  • Social Adaptability
  • Social Responsibility

Relational Components

Esteem

Acceptance

Structure

Authority

Advantage

Activity

Empathy

Change

Freedom

Thought

Challenge

Life Style Grid®

Areas of Interest

summary of components and interests

Artistic

Literary

Musical

SocialService

Persuasive

Mechanical

Outdoor

Scientific

Clerical

Numerical

Career Management Report

Consultative Intangible Sales

Banking & Finance

Consultative Tangible Sales

Administrative Professionals

Direct Intangible Sales

General Administrative

Direct Tangible Sales

Accounting

Legal

Numerical Administrative

Social Service/Counseling

Educational Careers

Employee Relations/Training

Artistic

Medical Professions

Knowledge Specialist

Directive

Delegative

Science

Enforcement/Security

Engineering/Technology

Petrochemical

Crafts/Technical

It Goes Much Deeper…

The Birkman Method®

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Get a Grip #8: Going to New Depths
  • The Components:Heart and Soul of the Birkman Method

1.1 The LifeStyle Grid: the “Baby Birkman”

1.2 The Components: the Gold Mine!

1.3 Not 4 or 8 categories, but 11 or 22!

1.4 Exhaustive depth…

keys to the components
Keys to the Components
  • “The NEED for _________” is the key phrase to understand every component, based on the “O” (need) of Lifestyle Grid.
  • Usual (diamond) is visible. Need (circle) is not visible. Stress (square) is visible.
  • Very high (>90) or very low (<10) USUAL scores are where you may inadvertently stress others.
  • Very high (>90) or very low (<10) NEED scores are where you are vulnerable to be stressed by others…these are non-negotiable needs.
  • Gap between USUAL and NEED of 40 point or more…the need is hidden.
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Keys to the Components
  • “Reversal”—when the Stress score is different than the need score. The gap is intensified because both the Usual and Stress response mask the Need.
  • Key to stress management…be willing to make choices to meet your needs (take responsibility) or willing to share your needs with others so you can serve them more effectively.
  • Four possible scores for each component:

UsualNeedStress

H H H

L L L

L H H (Dominant pattern)

H L H (Reversal)

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Get a Grip #8: Going to New Depths
  • Eight Component Reports: (updated since printing)

2.1 Coaching Page (1)

2.2 Profile Summary (1)

2.3 Needs Graph (2 pp) overview of U,N,S response from 11 Comp.

2.4 Needs at a Glance Page (1) overview of Circle/Square symbol

Dictionary (1)

2.5 Strengths and Needs Pages (13 pp) Narrative of 3 symbols

2.6 Strengths and Needs Graph Pages (12 pp) Graphs for each Comp

2.7 Stress Pages (9 pp) Compares diff Comp pairs where may be stress

2.8 Guide Pages (not presently available)

2.9 Managerial Styles Pages (4 pp)

eleven components of the birkman dig for the gold
Eleven Components of The BirkmanDig For the Gold!
  • NEEDS AT A GLANCE OVERVIEW
  • STRENGTHS AND NEEDS THE 11 COMPONENTS : STYLE, NEEDS, STRESS
  • GUIDE PAGES: PAIRING THE 11 COMPONENTS: STYLE, NEEDS, STRESS
  • STRESS PAGES: PAIRING THE 11 COMPONENTS: PRACTICAL HELP ON HOW TO ADDRESS THE BEHAVIOR
get to the five top needs
Get to the Five Top Needs
  • CAPTURE ANY KEY INSIGHTS
  • GO THROUGH THE 11 NEED AREAS OF THE STRENGTH AND WEAKNESS AND THE 6 NEED ON THE GUIDE PAGES
  • IDENTIFY YOUR FIVE TOP NEEDS
one example how component results can pull your asterisk
One Example: How Component Results can “Pull” Your Asterisk

Each Component (with the exception of Challenge) is put in a weighted formula and plotted on the XY axis.

For example, a high Esteem score “pulls” your symbol toward the BLUE quadrant. But a low Esteem score “pulls” your symbol toward the RED quadrant.

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Critical Insight #8: There is gold to be found in the Components, but you must mine it. Reading through a person’s report twice will surface 3-5 insights about any individual. Each additional time through will help you uncover additional nuggets.
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Coaching #8: Preparing for a Coaching Session– Mining the Component Reports
  • Prepare to coach someone through their profile...

Preparation Time(20”)

  • Take 20” to read through your Component Reports, identifying two insights from each report about yourself.
  • From these 10 Insights, identify the top three you wish to share with your partner.
  • Pair off to share your findings.
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Mining the Component Reports-2

Pair Coaching: (40)

  • Each share your top three insights with your partner, and then reverse the sharing. Coach each other.
  • “Gold Coaching”—we coach as we would like others to coach us… according to our style or profile.
  • “Platinum Coaching”—adapting our coaching style to fit the needs of the one we coach.
top ten coaching tips
Top Ten Coaching Tips
  • Pray! Ask the Lord for wisdom and revelation to serve the person you coach well. Make sure you have a good setting for your visit—no distractions, etc.
  • Let the report talk to you…note what “rises to the surface” consistently.
  • Make your visit conversational. Let the report speak to both of you… …let them talk about their insights.
  • Don’t go into deep detail…stick to the main points…this is new to them.
  • Keep your language and attitude positive and supportive. (“You may…you might…be on the lookout for…”)
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Coaching Tips-2
  • Ask great coaching questions, such as…

“How’s that fit for you?” “What’s this look like in your life?” “Give me an example or story of this in your life…” “What are some ways you…” Summarizing what you hear can help clarify things for both of you.

  • After you’ve let the report speak…you’ve let them talk… you’ve asked some good questions to invite further discovery…THEN you can make your observations.
  • The person you coach may want to develop some action steps as they receive new insights…allow them briefly to do that.
  • Finish with affirmations…blessings…prayer.
  • Encourage them to follow up with further reflection and use of the resources we provide.
game plan for a gbb coaching session
Game Plan for aGBB Coaching Session
  • Supernatural
    • Three angles...Where are you powerful? Where are you weak? Who do you need?
  • Natural
    • “Me”—Areas of Interest, Lifestyle Grid
    • “We”—Organizational Colors, Intellectual Styles
  • Integrated Insights...Dotted Diamond...other insights...coaching questions...affirmations...action steps…prayer
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Coaching #8-1

(“QuickLook” a great coaching resource)

  • The 6 Your Leadership Grip categories:

A. Spiritual Gifts & Gift combinations

B. Team Style & Where are you most powerful in a team? Who do you need?

C. Primary Functions of Stewardship & Team Paradigm Shifting 

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Coaching #8-2
  • The Birkman Foursome

A. Birkman Foursome— 1:LifeStyle Grid

1. Four Color Birkman Grid

2. Movement: Left/Right, Up/Down

3. Four categories, 3 symbols grid points

B. Birkman Foursome—2: Areas of Interest

C. Birkman Foursome—3: Org’l Focus

D. Birkman Foursome—4:Intellectual Styles

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Coaching #8-3
  • The Component Reports: heart and soul of the Birkman Method

A. Coaching Page (1)

B. Needs Graphs (2 pp)

C. Needs at a Glance Page (1

D. Dictionary (1)

E. Strengths and Needs Pages (13 pp)

F. Strengths and Needs Graph (12 pp)

G. Stress Pages (9 pp)

I. Managerial Styles Pages (4 pp)

preparation for coaching
Preparation for Coaching

In Pairs: (45” + 120”)

  • Take your partner’s YLG Gifts Triangle and their Birkman Report (or use the GBB Summary Page) and spend 45” preparing to Coach them through the key elements on this page.
  • You will then have 45-60” to do an initial Coaching Session with them.
  • We will then reverse the process.
coaching debrief
Coaching Debrief
  • Whew!!! How did it go?
  • What were your initial emotions?
  • What changed and how soon?
  • What went well?
  • Where did you feel emotion or movement?
  • Where did you struggle? Why?
  • Where did you receive the most help?
  • What did you learn?
  • What would do you differently next time?
the coaching progression
The Coaching Progression

Unconscious and not competent…

Conscious but uncomfortable…

Conscious and competent…

Supernaturally natural!