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Title: Leadership Principles for High Impact Results by Peggy Klingel


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Leadership Principles for High Impact Results
Peggy Klingel
608-512-8830
PeggyKlingel_at_gmail.com
Sales and Market Strategy Development and
Execution
Change Management, Startup Turnaround Expertise
  • Priorities to Drive Organizational Change

www.linkedin.com/in/peggyklingel
www.twitter.com/PeggyKlingel
PeggyKlingel_at_gmail.com
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Successful leaders understand they are
responsible for more than business results.
  • P L
  • Sales
  • Budgets
  • Competitive threats
  • Technology
  • KPI Reporting
  • Recruiting
  • Onboarding
  • Coaching
  • Team building
  • Customer satisfaction
  • Personal development

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Successful leaders understand they are
responsible for more than business results.
  • P L
  • Sales
  • Budgets
  • Competitive threats
  • Technology
  • KPI Reporting
  • Recruiting
  • Onboarding
  • Coaching
  • Team building
  • Customer satisfaction
  • Personal development

Personnel strategies lay the foundation for
future results.
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Motivated and committed teams are
the key to success.
Nothing great was ever achieved without
enthusiasm. Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Leaders set the stage.
  • Leaders need to pace themselves before they pace
    the team.
  • High achievers in all roles are more likely to
    push themselves too far.
  • Leaders telegraph how the vision will be achieved
    through their words and their actions.
  • Team members watch the leader to understand
    acceptable behaviors.
  • Leaders unaware of their effect on teams risk
    losing team engagement.
  • A leaders commitment to maintaining their own
    optimal performance sets the stage for similar
    team member behaviors.

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Leaders set the stage.
  • Leaders need to pace themselves before they pace
    the team.
  • High achievers in all roles are more likely to
    push themselves too far.
  • Leaders telegraph how the vision will be achieved
    through their words and their actions.
  • Team members watch the leader to understand
    acceptable behaviors.
  • Leaders unaware of their effect on teams risk
    losing team engagement.
  • A leaders commitment to maintaining their own
    optimal performance sets the stage for similar
    team member behaviors.

Leaders that neglect their own needs cannot lead
the team effectively.
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Youve probably heard
The speed of the leader determines the
rate of the pack.
- D. Wayne Lukas
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Whats important to note is
When change needs to happen the existing pace
often needs to accelerate.
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Yet an accelerated pace can inhibit performance.
  • Physical exhaustion.
  • Emotional exhaustion.
  • Cynicism and being critical of others.
  • Detachment and dissatisfaction with the job.
  • Irritability and impatience.
  • Too much sleep or insomnia.
  • Change in eating habits.
  • Inability to concentrate.

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Yet an accelerated pace can inhibit performance.
  • Physical exhaustion.
  • Emotional exhaustion.
  • Cynicism and being critical of others.
  • Detachment and dissatisfaction with the job.
  • Irritability and impatience.
  • Too much sleep or insomnia.
  • Change in eating habits.
  • Inability to concentrate.

The leaders ability to monitor their physical
and emotional health as well as that of their
team members is critical for success.
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Pace impacts results.
If the pace is too slow, the team misses the
window for success and the strategy fails.
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Pace impacts results.
If the pace is too fast, the team cannot keep up
and the strategy is not executed.
If the pace is too slow, the team misses the
window for success and the strategy fails.
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How does a leader know the optimal pace?
  • They Communicate Leaders explain the vision and
    mission so team
  • members can
    join the cause.
  • They Care Leaders develop
    relationships with team members
  • and
    demonstrate a genuine interest in them.
  • They Listen Leaders seek team input,
    ask questions and listen to
  • feedback.
  • They Act Leaders lead by making
    decisions and taking action
  • based on what
    they learn.

Leaders achieve the optimal pace by focusing on
the team and delivering on the mission.
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There are many variables to team success.
  • The right team members
  • Possessing the skills needed.
  • Exhibiting a positive attitude.
  • - Striving to help the team
  • succeed.

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There are many variables to team success.
  • The right team members
  • Possessing the skills needed.
  • Exhibiting a positive attitude.
  • - Striving to help the team
  • succeed.
  • A commitment to communication
  • Motivating higher levels of performance.
  • Gathering and responding to feedback.
  • Providing updates on progress.

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There are many variables to team success.
  • The right team members
  • Possessing the skills needed.
  • Exhibiting a positive attitude.
  • - Striving to help the team
  • succeed.
  • A commitment to communication
  • Motivating higher levels of performance.
  • Gathering and responding to feedback.
  • Providing updates on progress.
  • A strong vision
  • Promising a compelling mission.
  • Pursuing goals bigger than the individual.
  • Rallying the team behind the cause.

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There are many variables to team success.
  • The right team members
  • Possessing the skills needed.
  • Exhibiting a positive attitude.
  • - Striving to help the team
  • succeed.
  • A commitment to communication
  • Motivating higher levels of performance.
  • Gathering and responding to feedback.
  • Providing updates on progress.
  • A strong vision
  • Promising a compelling mission.
  • Pursuing goals bigger than the individual.
  • Rallying the team behind the cause.
  • A culture of success
  • Supporting team members.
  • Learning from setbacks.
  • Celebrating progress.

Successful teams achieve more by working together.
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Leaders also look to the future.
  • Monitoring competitors and market trends.
  • Listening to customer feedback while executing
    the plan.
  • Continuing to gather team input.
  • Communicating potential changes to the team and
    getting buy-in.
  • Adjusting the plan to keep moving forward.

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Leaders also look to the future.
  • Monitoring competitors and market trends.
  • Listening to customer feedback while executing
    the plan.
  • Continuing to gather team input.
  • Communicating potential changes to the team and
    getting buy-in.
  • Adjusting the plan to keep moving forward.

And making decisions that guide the team.
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Leaders support the team.
  • Reminding teams of the vision, helping them feel
    committed to the cause and performing at a higher
    level.
  • Developing a mindset where more is accomplished
    by working together than by individuals working
    alone.
  • Encouraging team members to grow as individuals
    while supporting the team.
  • Rewarding hard work, learning from failure and
    celebrating success together.
  • Motivating the team to perform at higher levels
    than they thought possible.

Leaders create a culture of success.
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Resulting in greater team engagement and
success.
Successful team leadership priorities set the
stage.
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Leadership Principles for High Impact Results
Peggy Klingel
608-512-8830
PeggyKlingel_at_gmail.com
Sales and Market Strategy Development and
Execution
Change Management, Startup Turnaround Expertise
  • Priorities to Drive Organizational Change

www.linkedin.com/in/peggyklingel
www.twitter.com/PeggyKlingel
PeggyKlingel_at_gmail.com
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