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Slide 1: Dimensions of Leadership Whittle Consulting Group Doug D. Whittle, PhD 515. 208.4500 doug@WhittleConsultingGroup.com www.WhittleConsultingGroup.com © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Slide 2: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC ntroductions I When you hear “leader”…who do you think of first? What’s the most important trait exemplified by this leader? Slide 3: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Objectives Agenda: Breaks, lunch, etc. Materials & slides Evaluation Slide 4: Examine our personal leadership preferences, style, & goals Discuss key leadership topics with your peers Today’s focus At the end of the day… Slide 5: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC peer-to-peer dialogue Slide 6: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC success Today’s ground rules for Participate—be present Speak openly Look in the mirror What’s said here stays here Slide 7: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Introductions/Context/Models Leadership Attributes Dimensions of Leadership Survey Leadership Discussion pt. 1 Lunch Agenda Leadership Discussion pt. 2 Power/Authority Situational Leadership Role Models Wrap Up Slide 8: Models & Tools Slide 9: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC No Desired State Current State Slide 10: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Current State Desired State No Desired State Slide 11: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Slide 12: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC LEADERSHIP is the art of accomplishing more than the science of management says is possible. General Colin Powell Slide 13: The impact of LEADERSHIP 69% Job satisfaction: Leadership 39% Bottom line employee satisfaction: Leadership 65% Top training need: Leadership Business Performance, Employee Satisfaction, and Leadership Practices,, Michael Leimbach, PhD Slide 14: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC LEADER MANAGER Slide 15: A boss says “GO!” A leader says “LET’S GO!” a BOSS and a LEADER The difference between E.M. Kelley Slide 16: Leadership Attributes Slide 17: Dimensions of leadership profile (pt. 1) Slide 18: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC LuncH time for Slide 19: Dimensions of leadership Profile (pt. 2) Slide 20: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Dialogue: Power Slide 21: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC AUTHORITY POWER Slide 22: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Positional Power Slide 23: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC 8. Lead & Make It Happen 7. Find Solutions 6. “Own It” 5. Acknowledge Reality 4. Wait & Hope 3. “I can’t” - Excuses 2. Blame Others 1. Unaware / Unconscious powerless POWERFUL Slide 24: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC When you think you are powerful, you are. When others think you are powerful, you are. Slide 25: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC BreaK take a Slide 26: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Situational Leadership Slide 27: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Coaching vs. Management Slide 28: Role Models Slide 29: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC LEADERSHIP closing thoughts on Slide 30: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC GOOD is the enemy of GREAT Slide 31: The real question is not, “Why greatness? but “What work makes you feel compelled to try to create greatness?” p209 Slide 32: My job is to turn over rocks and look at the squiggly things, even if what you see can scare the hell out of you. p72 Slide 33: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC You can accomplish anything in life, provided that you do not mind who gets the credit. p16 Slide 34: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC The Hedgehog Concept p96 What you are deeply passionate about What drives your economic engine What you can be the best in the world at Classify your obstacles : © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Who/What can I CONTROL? Who/What can I INFLUENCE? Who/What is OUT OF MY CONTROL? Classify your obstacles Slide 36: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC What is the LEGACY you will leave behind? others have left behind? Slide 37: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC David Packard 1912-1996 Rancher, etc. Slide 38: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC words wisdom of C.W. Metcalf Slide 39: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Know when uncomfortable becomes unbearable Don’t burn bridges (even when you are tempted) Save energy for the battles that count Slide 40: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Take yourself lightly and your job seriously Understand that you are not the center of the universe Overcome terminal professionalism Slide 41: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Expect the best Find absurdity in adversity Do something for the fun of it Slide 42: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC You can and should shape your own future because if you don’t, somebody else surely will! Joel Barker Slide 43: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC commitment making a Slide 44: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Stop Continue Start Slide 45: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC We are surrounded by insurmountable opportunities. Pogo Slide 46: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC ? FOLLOW-UP Slide 47: Dimensions of Leadership Whittle Consulting Group Doug D. Whittle, PhD 515. 208.4500 doug@WhittleConsultingGroup.com www.WhittleConsultingGroup.com © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC Slide 48: © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC 8 questions for leaders RESOURCES : © 2006 Whittle Consulting Group, LLC RESOURCES Good to Great Why some companies make the leap and other don’t Jim Collins ©2005 HarperCollins Publishers ISBN 0-06-662099-6 The Speed of Trust The one thing that Changes everything Stephen Covey ©2006 Free Press ISBN: 13: 978-0-7432-9730-1 Now, Discover Your Strengths Marcus Buckingham © 2001 Free Press ISBN: 0-7432-0114-0

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