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Title: Personal Leadership:


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  • Personal Leadership
  • Leading Yourself Before You Lead Others
  • Developed and delivered for
  • Jan Dwyer Bang, MBA, CSP

April 15, 2015
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After attending this workshop, you will be able
to
  • Discover how personal leadership is essential for
    success in todays work world
  • Identify ways to implement personal leadership
    principles at JLO and in your life
  • Develop practical next steps in your ongoing
    leadership journey

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Resources
  • www.jandwyerbang.com/JLO

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What do you think of when you hear the word
personal leadership?
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The most common way people give up their power
is by thinking they dont have any.
-Alice Walker
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From 17 of the Most Inspirational Women Quotes
turned into Art http//www.cnn.com/2015/03/03/busi
ness/gallery/iwd-wisdom-of-women/
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Activity Someone you Admire as a Leader
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What do you think really made this person
successful?
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From 17 of the Most Inspirational Women Quotes
turned into Art http//www.cnn.com/2015/03/03/busi
ness/gallery/iwd-wisdom-of-women/
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Role Models in JLO
  • Hannah McDonald
  • Breezie ONeil
  • Maryann McIntosh
  • Teresa Gliddon
  • Lisa Bishop
  • Kelly Hackney
  • Stacy Johnson
  • Richelle Geiger
  • Melissa Otterman

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Role Models in JLO
  • Mary Ferris
  • Stacy Choczynskwi
  • Liz Davis
  • Candace Jacobs
  • Amy Jackson
  • Deirdre Matt
  • Kim Schmanke
  • Robbie Kesler
  • Linda Kleingartner

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Role Models in JLO
  • Holly Mason
  • Jennifer Forster
  • Fumiko Ueda
  • Wendy Tanner

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Qualities
  • Diplomatic
  • Fair
  • Engaging
  • Welcoming
  • Always keeping open communication with their
    committee members
  • Boldness
  • Creativity
  • Resilience
  • Powerful communicator
  • Innovative

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Qualities
  • Forward Thinking
  • Insightful
  • Poised
  • Servant Leader
  • Humility
  • Generates a culture of trust, growth and
    believing in possibilities!
  • Can identify strengths within individuals and
    building effective teams

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Qualities
  • Is this the best practice?
  • Are we following protocol?
  • Are we considering everyone in our decisions?
  • Challenges me to think deeper play by the rules
  • Organized and thoughtful about the big picture
    and details
  • Developing talents of our group
  • Leading by example
  • Relentless pursuit of excellence for our kids in
    our community and focus on mission

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Qualities
  • Calm and collected
  • Optimistic
  • Always seems confident that we will be successful
  • Speaks with passion
  • Caring and charismatic
  • Long history with the organization
  • Articulate speaker
  • Understanding community contexts
  • History with non profits
  • Extreme enthusiasm
  • Follow through

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Qualities
  • Honesty, personal approach
  • Ability to think creatively to serve our
    community partners
  • Appreciation for all the League has provided her
    in leadership development
  • Commitment to providing that for other League
    members

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Qualities of Effective Leaders
  • Listens
  • Passionate
  • Good communicator
  • Inclusive of others
  • Inspirational
  • Motivating
  • Positive
  • Personable

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We are being judged by a new yardstick not just
how smart we are, or by our training and
expertise, but also by how well we handle
ourselves and each other. -Daniel Goleman,
Working with Emotional Intelligence
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Primal Leadership
  • In any group, the leader has the most power to
    sway a groups emotions.
  • When leaders drive emotions positively, they can
    bring out the best in people. (Resonance).
  • When leaders drive emotional negatively, they can
    alter the mood of the team negatively
    (Dissonance).

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Leadership Self Assessments In your Appendix
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Mary Harriman, Founder of the Junior League
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Personal Leadership
  1. Firmness of Purpose
  2. A willingness to serve others
  3. A strong sense of self-discipline, integrity, and
    perseverance
  4. An optimistic outlook
  5. The ability to forge partnerships

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Behaviors
Qualities Behaviors
Firmness of purpose Purpose has to do with defining the kind of culture we live in. -Peter Block What is your mission in life? Are you operating out of a sense of mission or purpose? Are you living aligned with your mission or purpose?
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Behaviors
Qualities Behaviors/Attitudes/Tools
Willingness to serve Without community service, we would not have a strong quality of life. Its important to the person who serves as well as the recipient. Its the way we ourselves grow and develop. -Dorothy Height Look at others and ask them How can I serve you? If you are a leader, give power away Reward others
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Behaviors
Qualities Behaviors
Self-discipline, integrity, and perseverance Leaders always find a way to make things happen. John Maxwell Real integrity is doing the right thing, knowing that nobodys going to know whether you did it or not. -Oprah Winfrey Use self-control at work Make and keep promises Be committed to the goals Be accountable
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Behaviors
Qualities Behaviors
Ability to forge partnerships Intense love does not measure, it just gives. - Mother Teresa Partnership is the ability to give more choice to the people we choose to serve Peter Block Treat every one as equals Each person is responsible for the work, as well as his or her own morale, learning, and career Serve as a servant leader See your role as a mentor
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Action Planning
What are your next steps in your ongoing
leadership journey?
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After attending this workshop, you will be able
to
  • Discover how personal leadership is essential for
    success in todays work world
  • Identify ways to implement personal leadership
    principles at JLO and in your life
  • Develop practical next steps in your ongoing
    leadership journey
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