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Title: Dare to Lead


1
Dare to Lead
  • The Manager as Leader
  • Accomplishing the organizations goals through
    people.
  • Tom Lutz

2
Leadership is no place for the faint of heart
  • The leader does not have to be a tyrant, but
    cannot be a friend either.
  • It is how the human connection is made between
    leader and follower that determines whether this
    is a pleasing, pleasant, or at least a tolerable
    process or not.

3
Lesson One
  • Credibility
  • Honesty
  • Gaining and giving respect

4
Credibility
  • What is your definition?
  • State what your philosophy/policy is
  • Carry it out
  • Examples

5
Honesty
  • Always
  • If you cant tell tell them you cant tell
  • If something happens and you havent told them
    and you should have fess up

6
Respect (it goes with Dignity)
  • Gaining and showinghow?
  • Your examples both negative and positive
  • When does it go with dignity
  • Why does it go with dignity?
  • When might it stand alone?

7
Lesson Two
  • Empathy
  • Caring
  • Sincerity
  • These have to happen over time

8
Empathy
  • What is it and who cares?
  • Statements of empathy
  • Other than, I feel your pain.

9
Caring
  • Why is it important?
  • When is it real deep?
  • When is it hollow or shallow?
  • Statements or acts of Caring

10
Sincerity
  • Verballanguage of sincerity
  • Bodylanguage of sincerity
  • Acts of sincerity

11
Lesson Three
  • Consistency
  • Fairness
  • Predictability

12
Consistency
  • Same thing, every time
  • Tell them you are going do itthen..
  • Do it
  • Remind them you did it!

13
Fairness
  • The only way
  • No favorites.ever
  • When your humanness creeps inthen what?

14
Predictability
  • Empowering, without a doubt.
  • The results of good leadership
  • Our vision was so aligned we could
  • Finish each others sentences
  • Make decisions with out him (and get it right)
  • Drive decisions down to the most appropriate
    level

15
Lesson Four
  • Accountability
  • Performance
  • Why we call it Work

16
Accountability (sorry for the sports analogies)
  • The ball is in your court (hands)
  • Responsibility
  • It not only is your ball game to win or lose
  • Are you willing to take the hit?
  • Are you willing to share the credit?
  • Accountability is not about blame it is about
    Growth

17
Performance
  • When one persons behavior impinges upon the
    others ability to do their assigned tasks in a
    timely manner it is now a performance issue.
  • Learning from our mistakesif we are allowed.
  • See my other presentation.

18
Why we call it work
  • Where do you tell your family you are going when
    you put on your hat and coat and go out the door
    each morning?
  • Does this run counter to having fun?
  • Remember the FiSH! Philosophy?
  • Choose your attitude Make their day
  • Be there (for them) (Make work like) Play

19
Why we call it work.
  • Leadership is
  • Lonely
  • Exhilarating
  • Tension filled
  • Inclined to pay more
  • WORK

20
Lesson Five
  • Servant Leadership
  • Diversity/inclusion

21
Servant Leadership
  • Your definition
  • Whered it come from?
  • Robert Greenleaf
  • Chuck Colson
  • It is Biblical first you must serve
  • Demands work
  • Rewards excellence
  • Yields rewards.

22
DiversityInclusion
  • What is being said here?
  • Cruising on a ship that is
  • Unleakable
  • Unbreakable
  • Unsinkable

23
Generational Leadership (age specific
competencies of leadership)
  • The Silent Generation born before 1946
  • Baby Boomers or Boomers1946-63
  • Generation X1964-76
  • Generation YSince 1977

24
Gen Xers
  • Latch key kids
  • Parents high divorce rates
  • Fewer boundariescynical, pessimistic
  • Short attention spans
  • Want respect, crave information
  • Set goals, not rules
  • Less loyal that previous generations

25
Gen Yers
  • Most education minded in history
  • Believe in work and meaningful roles
  • Want work to be fun and social
  • High financial and personal goals
  • Very short term view
  • Thrives on new experiences

26
Do you believe this Gen stuff?
  • What is your experience?
  • What is correct and what is history repeating
    itself?
  • How about mentoring these folks?
  • What does a mentor do?
  • How are they selected?

27
What can you do about it?
  • People leave bosses not organizations
  • Skilled leaders can reduce turnover more
    effectively than anything else
  • Need the ability to
  • Resolve conflicts equitably
  • Learn from mistakes
  • Be open to criticism
  • Listen showing. and.and

28
Thank you
  • Your questions, please!
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