Leadership Recognising the components of personal excellence

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					Innovative Leadership



 The key for a better future
Real leadership is making other people reach
 beyond what they thought their capabilities
  could be and finding the courage within
       themselves to accomplish more.

                Jack Welch
                 Chairman
         General Electric 1981-2001
        Some thoughts on leadership
•   Real leaders don’t take people where they
    already want to go, but take them in a new
    and different direction
•   Building courage starts with being an
    astute diagnostician
•   Share leadership turn to others for support
    and strength rather than assuming that you
    have to direct everything
Involvement – Network - Innovation
   Participation
   Collectiveness
   Transparency
   Independence
   Persistence
   Emergence
    Participation                   Collectiveness
   User participation             Participation in the
    through personal                collective effort to build
    contributions ( contents,       something
    ideas, developments,           Continuous effort
    guidelines)                     through a multitude of
                                    independent
                                    contributions
     Transparency                   Independence
   All information is             Open participation
    available to all               Anytime
    participants.                  Anyplace
   You can see, use, re-use,      Any member
    augment, validate,
    critique, rate etc.
   Transparency breeds
    TRUST
   Trust          more
    participation
Open participation
        Persistence                   Emergence
   Any contribution is a          Collaboration emerges
    valid contribution             It cannot be modelled,
   Contributions are               designed, optimised or
    captured, kept for all to       controlled
    view, shared and               Collaboration is the
    augmented.                      source of innovation
        CONTRIBUTION
 Thoughts
 Ideas

 Opinions

 Suggestions

 Questions

 Problems
                FEEDBACK
   Provided after contributions
   Enhancing contributions with collective
    opinion
   Open stage for all kind of opinions and
    approaches
   Stimulates exchange of interpretations
   Creativeness
            JUDGMENT
 Validation process of ideas
 Separation of the worthwhile from the
  worthless
 Separation of the useful from the
  useless
 Most valuable contributions will float to
  the surface
                 CHANGE


   Transparent feedback + evaluation =
    creates change

   Evolve to higher levels for better results
        6 MAJOR DEPOSITS
1.   Understanding the individual
2.   Attending to the little things
3.   Keeping commitments
4.   Clarifying expectations
5.   Showing personal integrity
6.   Apologizing sincerely when you make
     a withdrawal
THANK YOU FOR YOUR
  KIND ATTENTION
                    PURPOSE
                   The courage to
                  pursue lofty and
                  audacious goals

  RIGOR                                      WILL
                     CANDOR
The courage                              The courage to
                   The courage to            inspire
  to invent      speak and hear the      optimism, spirit
 disciplines            truth             and promise
  and make
 them stick
                       RISK
               The courage to empower,
                  trust and invest in
                     relationships
              CANDOR
•   First quality everything else is built on
    it
•   No candor = sarcasm, anger, to build
    courage
•   Guilt
•   Threat and intimidation are land mines
             PURPOSE
•   Build a sense of purpose and
    achievement
•   People work harder when they feel
    personally connected to the outcome
    we are achieving
                  WILL
•   A “can-do” spirit is one of the factors
    which define a high courage leader
•   Two levels of reality: What is
    (temporary and changeable) and what
    can be (vision and goal to be reached)
               RIGOR
•   Establishment of protocols, rules and
    agreements that bring consistency and
    predictability to the way you operate
•   Empowerment in a code of ethics and
    honor
                 RISK
•   The courage to trust
•   Collaboration as an adhesive between
    people
•   Taking the risk to do what is right
    rather than what is expedient
•   Build and maintain relationships of
    trust

				
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