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Title: A Positive Force


1
A Positive Force
  • Successful Leaders Generate Waves of Activity.
  • Nothing is ever dull or routine
  • Things are always jumping
  • The environment feels alive and dynamic
  • People pull together in a positive direction with
    enthusiasm and dedication. (look for evidence or
    lack of it during your office visit)

2
A Positive Can-Do Attitude
  • A positive attitude is vital to a leaders
    positive force.
  • The positive force keeps a communications network
    alive.
  • People know and understand what others are doing
    to promote productivity and reach common goals.
  • Figure out how to turn weaknesses into strengths.

3
A Dynamic Synergy
  • A positive force involves positive expectations.
  • It is a dynamic force that pulls the group into
    an inner circle of involvement and activity.
  • It generates vigor and confidence.
  • It stirs people up and motivates them.
  • It helps remove obstacles and solve problems.

4
  • It leads to constructive action.
  • It is a form of energy that gets people on the
    right track and keeps them moving.
  • It stems from the positive attitude of the leader
    but manifests itself in action.
  • A positive force picks up momentum.
  • The increased velocity comes from the dynamics of
    the group.
  • A team results that pull together toward a common
    goal.
  • Synergy is created.
  • The organization soars to new heights.

5
Center Stage
  • Leaders are Always on Center Stage.
  • Remaining positive under trying conditions is not
    easy.
  • Leaders must remain positive optimistic.
  • A negative attitude even once in awhile can
    destroy or damage the positive force.
  • Leadership and being positive are inseparable.

6
Voice Power
  • Leaders who develop their oral communication
    skills develop voice power.
  • Speak with conviction.
  • Inspire confidence.
  • Persuade and influence people.
  • Motivate and inspire.
  • Remain upbeat and enthusiastic.

7
Personal Activity
  • Successful leaders are always on the move.
  • They create a flurry of activity which is
    catching.
  • Motivational delegating helps people reach their
    true potential.
  • It keeps people moving creating and using their
    talent Energy.

8
Motivational Delegating
  • Gets people to utilize their expertise, energy,
    creativity, and talent.
  • They are busy and involved in meaningful
    productive endeavors.
  • People are functioning at top capacity.
  • No one is bored. People are happy.

9
Communication Network
  • A communication network keeps a leader in close
    touch with the people.
  • A good communication network can keep everyone in
    tune with organizational goals.
  • Networking builds positive relationships.

10
10 Strategies for Leaders
  • Persuasion
  • making a strong case for your position.
  • Patience
  • with the process and the people.
  • Gentleness
  • not harshness or forcefulness. Be sensitive to
    peoples vulnerabilities.

11
  • Teachableness
  • Operate with the assumption that you do not have
    all the answers. I can learn many things from
    you.
  • Acceptance
  • Withhold judgment, giving the benefit of the
    doubt when possible.
  • Kindness
  • Sensitive, caring, thoughtful.
  • Openness
  • Approachable, open-door policy.

12
  • Compassionate confrontation.
  • Allow followers to make course corrections in a
    context of concern warmth. Safety net for
    taking risks.
  • Consistency
  • Set of values, a personal code, a reflection of
    who you are and what you value.
  • Integrity
  • Matching words and feelings with thoughts and
    actions to promote harmony and mutual benefits.

13
Seven Habits of Successful People
  • Be Proactive
  • Develop self-awareness and the ability to choose
    your response.
  • Begin with the End in Mind
  • The endowment of imagination and conscience.
  • I have created the future in my mind. I can see
    it and I can imagine what it will be like.

14
  • Put First Things First
  • Focus on highly important but not necessarily
    urgent activities of life.
  • Use willpower and good judgment.
  • Think Win/Win -- an abundance mentality
  • Share recognition and power.
  • More profit, power, and recognition for
    everybody.
  • Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood.
  • Listen well listen with empathy.

15
  • Synergize
  • Understand the basic underlying needs and
    interests and find solutions to satisfy them
    both.
  • Get to Yes
  • Sharpen the Saw
  • Continuous improvement or self-renewal.
  • Continuous improvement, innovation, and
    refinement.
  • Stephen R. Covey Principle-Centered Leadership

16
Characteristics of Principle-Centered Leaders
  • They are
  • Continually learning
  • Service-oriented
  • Radiate positive energy
  • Believe in other people
  • Lead balanced lives
  • See life as an adventure
  • Are Synergistic
  • Practice self-development self-renewal
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