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  1. Positive Leadership Mark Hodder Twitter: @MarkAHodder

  2. Where has all the trust gone: Key Findings: • Maintain a trust fund in good times • Servant leaders with a mission • Kill spin and tell it as it is • Engage middle and local • Honesty about employment expectations

  3. Disengagement Cost Per Year £65 Billion per year $370 Billion per year $30 Billion per year $5 Billion per year

  4. Leadership Role Models? • What key leadership behaviour did you learn from a role model?

  5. Leadership Role Models? • What key leadership behaviour did you learn from a role model? • What leadership behaviours do your people model from you?

  6. Social Networks • Draw a relationship map of the 5 people you spend the most time with. • There is no right or wrong way to draw this map. • Roughly what % of your time do you spend with each person?

  7. http://www.ted.com/talks/nicholas_christakis_the_hidden_influence_of_social_networks?language=enhttp://www.ted.com/talks/nicholas_christakis_the_hidden_influence_of_social_networks?language=en

  8. 38, 577 procedures 203 cardiac surgeons 43 different hospitals

  9. Social Leadership • Which leadership behaviours are catching and spreading in your networks?

  10. Culture • What happens around here.

  11. Culture • What happens around here. • When no one is watching.

  12. Bad apples, Bad Barrels or Bad Barrel Makers? The 3 factors influencing the transformation of human character towards evil can be summarized as: • Dispositional: Inside the person. This is the factor most often considered by culture, religions and government as the cause of behaviour. • Situational: Outside the person. This is the factor pointing to the influence of a person’s immediate surroundings, typically one in which a person’s normal, habitual behaviour is not possible. •Systemic: The power structure that creates and sustains the situation.

  13. Social Leadership • Which leadership behaviours are catching and spreading in your networks? • Which leadership behaviours do you want to share and spread?

  14. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VyBa6vJzBeE

  15. Learning - ‘weak social ties’ ‘The Jerk’ Dr Alexander Fliaster

  16. The Vertical Couple

  17. Kubler-Ross - the Change Cycle

  18. Kubler-Ross 5 stages of grieving (1969)

  19. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imDFSnklB0k

  20. 5 Steps Toward Mastery Deliberate practice Repeat, repeat, repeat Seek constant critical feedback Focus ruthlessly on where you need help Prepare for the process to be mentally and physically exhausting K. Anders Ericsson, Florida State University

  21. Mastery Exercise • Deliberate Practice: What are the 5 key actions and behaviours required for your job? • When and how do you deliberately practice these skills? • How do you seek feedback? Who from? • Where do you most need to improve? How many hours have you devoted to this improvement? • How do you maintain your energy?

  22. Behaviours display values

  23. Mihaly Czikszentmihalyi

  24. The factors that promote enjoyment in work and help to deliver flow A challenging activity that requires skills The merging of action and awareness Clear goals and feedback Concentration on the task in hand Self Control The loss of self-consciousness The transformation of time The autotelic experience