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Title: 21st Century Leadership


1
21st Century Leadership
USP Business Development
  • Skills and attributes

2
Leaders and leadership
Everyone should have the opportunity the right
and the responsibility to be a Leader in their
own life
3
Building capabilitywhat does it look like
The future is about nurturing leadership skills
in everyone and providing an environment for
flexibility and change
4
what has changed?
5
20th Century changes in the workplace
  • Environment
  • No jobs for life
  • Skills requirements are continuously evolving
  • Rapid pace of change
  • Global workplace and migrating workers
  • Pure academic skills not enough
  • Flatter organisations able to adapt more quickly
  • Strategy constantly under review
  • People
  • Career management and advancement down to
    individuals
  • Constant need to refresh update skills
  • Increased interest in self-help/self-development
  • Soft skills, communication skills, people skills
    required for building business/client/employee
    relationships
  • Flexibility and versatility compete with struggle
    for work-life balance

6
21st Century changes in expectations
  • Third-world populations dont want hand-outs -
    they want tools and skills to help themselves
  • Disabled people dont want sympathy - they want
    equal opportunities
  • Sick people dont want to be wholly dependent on
    health professionals - they want to find advice
    and guidance to improving their conditions on
    informed web-pages
  • Older people dont want to block hospital beds -
    they want good health care and assistance to lead
    independent lives.
  • The Sick, the Old and the Poor dont want to be
    a burden - they want the opportunity, the right
    and the responsibility to be leaders in their own
    lives

7
Building capabilitywhere does it start
  • In the classroom
  • In the workplace
  • Leadership attitudes, behaviours and qualities
  • Staying ahead of the game

8
Leadership in school
  • Schools are teaching leadership at age 9
    (HTI Spring 2005
    Bulletin)
  • Tomlinson 14-19 Report - prescribes more soft
    skills development
  • Teamship citizenship
  • Effective listening
  • Communication and presentation
  • Respect for diversity
  • Ownership responsibility
  • Leadership skills are now used to provide
    differentiation between the most able students at
    University selection

Top performers go beyond academic achievement
9
Engaging employees
  • Stretch and empower
  • Set the bar high and reward excellence
  • Allow people to make their own mistakesand let
    them learn from them
  • Make change and growth synonymous
  • Promote enthusiasm and positive thinking
  • Seek ownership and accountability
  • If you believe knowledge is power - Share
    Information
  • Take involvement in development well-being of
    staff
  • Work as a team but lead from the front

Another days work or an awesome days work?
10
The empowered workplace!
  • Interdependent working
  • Devolved ownership responsibility
  • Unified purpose
  • Mutual regard
  • Self-motivation and can do attitude
  • Good communication and information sharing
  • Open performance tracking and accountability
  • Blame culture replaced by lessons learned

WOW! ways of working
11
None of us are as smart as all of us - Japanese
proverb -
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! Leadership competencies
  • Strategic vision and the ability to share that
  • Clear communication and messages
  • Success beyond narrow professional boundaries
  • Leading by influence, not control
  • Creating alliances and devolved management
  • Flexibility and versatility

Take the lead - devolve the power.
13
Leaders do this
  • Put performance at the top of the agenda
  • Translate vision into action
  • Influence behaviours through diversity and
    mutual respect
  • Rouse the workforce from indifference to
    enthusiasm
  • Develop a workforce with focus and relentless
    desire to improve

Keep Learning at the heart of the agenda!
14
Motivation inspiration encourage people by
satisfying basic human needs for achievement, a
sense of belonging, a feeling of control over
ones life and the ability to live up to ones
ideals John Kotter - Harvard Business School
15
Leadership Characteristics
  • Bold
  • Tenacious or bloody-minded
  • Charismatic
  • Visionary - Macro view
  • Assured/Confident
  • Self-aware
  • Inspiring
  • Focused
  • Energetic Passionate
  • Persuasive/Influential

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Leadership Behaviour
  • Decision-making
  • Risk taking
  • Crossing the line/Pushing the boundaries
  • Joined-up thinking/acting
  • Team-building
  • Communicating
  • Encouraging and motivating
  • Leading by example
  • Saying thank you

17
Leadership Attitude
  • Can Do
  • Challenging
  • Establishing high standards for self and others
  • Trusting
  • Delegating
  • Promoting learning
  • Empowering!
  • Welcoming diversity

18
Style of a 21st Century Leader
  • Provides clear direction support
  • Manages through influence, rather than control
  • Maintains a broad understanding of the context
    situation
  • Keeps a working overview of issues
  • Gives considered and timely advice
  • Able to work in a pressured political
    environment
  • Has strong communications and presentation skills
  • Persuasive influential
  • Effective and tolerant interpersonal skills
  • Analytical creative mindset

Demands energy and enthusiasm
and a sense of adventure..
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and the truly outstanding..
  • Overstep the markoften!
  • Dont take no for an answer
  • Take risks and make mistakes
  • Understand that they may not know best
  • Recognise that talent doesnt always wear a suit
  • Know that empowered teams tend to make more
    informed decisions

AIM to change the world!
20
Staying ahead of the game
21
Leadership habits
  • Mix your read. comics, white papers, polls and
    reports, broadsheets and tabloidsfor new ideas!
  • Mix with different people, smart, exciting,
    insightful, measured and mundane.and absorb!
  • Keep your diet fresh and nourishing
  • Make time for brief chats in the corridors and at
    the coffee machine - invaluable for keeping up
    with the buzz
  • Exercise your body as well as your mind
  • Take a 15 minute nap to refresh and unwind

Remember your familythey need you too!
22
Know thyself
  • Know your values and beliefs
  • Promote your principles
  • Be proud to stand up for your integrity
  • Protect your personal hallmark
  • Continuously develop your learning
  • Guard your reputation

Have confidence take heart and Go for it!
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Sue McCauley Director USP Business Development
CHALLENGE THE WAY YOU THINK INSPIRE THE WAY YOU
WORK
For more information on our Leadership and
Team-Building Programmes contact us on 0870 428
2614 or visit www.usp-bd.com
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