Published on March 3, 2014
Leadership Styles and Communication Kris Mailepors Director of Organizational Development Catholic Medical Center Ph 603-663-1961 firstname.lastname@example.org Tw: @krismailepors
Who are ‘great’ leaders?
Leadership Think of an important leader in your life. What made you see them as a great leader? Please go to your handout…
Leadership Sometimes, we think we’re doing okay, but we are ultra-critical of the leaders around us… Forgetting that leaders are Really just like us…
Leadership Healthcare has an uncertain future; Volume Based Service/Outcome Based Structured & Regimented Flexible & Dynamic Employees are requiring leaders that are flexible, participative, and outcome-oriented …Leaders must motivate for creativity, achievement, prestige, self expression, recognition, participation
Leadership What are the traits we all agree on? 1. Truthfulness: 2. Fairness: 3. Dependability: 4. Professionalism:
Leadership What are the traits we all agree on? 5. Flexibility: 6. Integrity: 7. Decisive: 8. Patience/Stress Tolerance:
Leadership What about styles? 1. Autocratic: (Authoritative, Transactional) 2. Democratic: (transformational) 3. Laisse-Faire: 4. Situational:
Leadership What about Corporate Culture/Politics? Peer-to-manager transition? What’s hard? What’s easy?
Leadership What about Corporate Culture/Politics? These are the “must-do’s” for anyone developing as a manager: 1. Break this habit: Misguided Loyalties to “self” 2. Do some “social mapping” 3. You are now a professional optimist
Leadership What about Corporate Culture/Politics? These are the “must-do’s” for anyone developing as a manager: 4. Be professionally active (being here) 5. Professionalism: excellence, selfrespect, integrity 6. Praise, Praise, Praise 7. Use the grapevine, don’t be the grapevine
WHERE AM I SUPPOSED TO GO? ? This is the one part of your professional journey where you are on your own…
It doesn’t really matter…
It doesn’t really matter… Just not this way
Leadership Don’t be overwhelmed by the horizon Do your best to make progress toward it
Leadership In its most basic form, you already know: • What makes a good leader • What you would need to be a better leader Take actions to learn NEW ways of doing things
References: Osuagwu & Osuagwu (2006). From Staff Nurse to Manager. BookSurge, LLC Goldsmith (2007). What Got You Here Won’t Get You There. Hyperion. New York www.Barnesandnoble.com www.amazon.com
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