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					    GOVERNANCE

Baroness Rennie Fritchie

Newport   22 nd   January 2009
        Change

  Power and Influence

Personal and Professional
      Development
Change
(1) Understand it.
(2) Shape it.
(3) Fight it.
(4) Ignore it.
Early Adopters
Early Adopters
Late Adopters
Early Adopters
Late Adopters
Early Majority
Early Adopters
Late Adopters
Early Majority
Late Majority
Early Adopters
Late Adopters
Early Majority
Late Majority
LAGGARDS
A Positive Approach
PMI
Plus
Minus
Interesting
From January  1st 2010 all cars
 will be painted one colour
 only - YELLOW
Power & Influence
A-----------------------------B
FOUR POWER BASES
Formal Authority
Formal Authority
Expertise
Formal Authority
Expertise
Resource Control
Formal Authority
Expertise
Resource Control
Personal/Communication
Skills
INFLUENCING
   STYLES
CHARITY EXERCISE
REWARDS & PRESSURES

BEHAVIOURS
Evaluation
Prescribing goals &
Expectations
Using incentives
PARTICIPATION & TRUST

BEHAVIOURS
Personal disclosure
Recognising & involving
others
Testing & expressing
understanding
COMMON VISION

BEHAVIOURS
Articulating exciting
Possibilities
Creating word pictures and
long term visions
Generating a shared identity
LOGICAL PERSUASION

BEHAVIOURS
Proposing
Reasoning for and against
Using factual language
 Personal &
Professional
Development
EIGHT STATEMENTS
  OR QUESTIONS
   ABOUT YOU
Who I am
What I believe in
What I stand for
We must do what we conceive to be the right
thing and not bother our heads or burden our
souls with whether we’re going to be
successful. Because of we don’t do the right
thing, we’ll be doing the wrong thing, and we’ll
just be part of the disease, and not part of he
cure.

E.F. Schumacher
Who is important to me?
How can I show they matter
          to me?
Who can I count on?
Allies
Bedfellows
Opponents
Enemies
Which personal qualities
 do I want to reaffirm or
        develop?
How then do I want to
      behave?
     Five questions or
statements about you and
         your work
Why I chose it
Why it matters to me
What should be constant?
    Where best can I
contribute to an improved
         service?
What do I need to do to
 influence a positive
      outcome?
TRAVELLER
Traveller, the only way is your footsteps, there
  is no other.
Traveller, there is no way you make the way as
  you go.
As you go, you make the way, and stopping to
  look behind, you see the path that your feet
  will never travel again.
Traveller. There is no way only foam trails in the
  sea.

Anthony Machado
‘Remember not getting what
  you want is sometimes a
  wonderful stroke of luck’.

Dalai Lama
Work Life Balance
Twelve Tips for Managing the
Balance.
1. As soon as you get a new diary go
  through it and put in all your important
  dates – Birthdays, Anniversaries,
  holidays, special events etc. this will
  prevent squeezing them around your
  working life.
2. Say ‘No’ early if it is something you don’t
want or can’t do. If you find this particularly
difficult then give an indication of your direction
of travel e.g. ‘I think it is highly unlikely, but I will
come back and confirm’ or ‘I don’t think is will
be possible but I’ll let you know.’
3. Recognise that things always take
  longer than you think, so build in ‘buffer
  time.’
4. In times of stress or pressure, prioritise.
  Only do, what only you can do.
5. Separate out the important from the
  urgent. Tackle the urgent in fast time
  but give slow time to the important.
6. Give yourself entry and re-entry time
  between work and home.

Leave ‘baggage’ behind.
7. Perfection is not always a healthy aim.
  Remember, “not everything worth doing
  is worth doing well.”
8. Guilt can be a destructive and time
  consuming emotion, let it go.
9. Use speed-reading to churn through
the paperwork. E.g. Articles – first
Paragraph. Last Paragraph. First line in
intervening paragraphs. Books – First
chapter as above. First and last
paragraphs in intervening chapters.
10. Practice delegating and mandating. If you
don’t have the resources and staff to do this
negotiate for more or reduce your workload.
Some jobs are just too big. Don’t agree to
mission impossible and then blame yourself
when you can’t achieve it.
11. Remember, being part-time doesn’t mean
your contribution is limited. You can be whole-
heartedly and wholly present and in this way
add real value. It isn’t necessary to expand your
time to almost full-time on a part-time salary.
12. Think about the things you do just for you
and make sure you have them plentifully
scattered throughout your diary. Remember
nobody loves a martyr!
‘The most difficult thing is the
  decision to act, the rest is merely
  tenacity. The fears are paper tigers.
  You can act to change and control
  your life: and the procedure, the
  process is it’s own reward.’

Amelia Earhart
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