Docstoc

Break

Document Sample
Break Powered By Docstoc
					Break




        1
Leading Personal Change




                          2
        Some basic questions…
• What percent of the people you’ve met would
  prefer to keep things pretty much as they are?
• Can people change?
• What keeps people from changing?




                                               3
       Levels of Human Activity
                                              HABITUAL?



1. Visible Behavior                           75%
2. Conscious Thought                          85%
3. VABEs (values, assumptions, beliefs, and
expectations)                                 95+%



                                                          4
  “the” #1 fundamental question?
• Will you ever become anything more than a
  vessel transmitting the genes and memes of
  previous generations on to the next?




                                               5
                Balance:
     Life is like a Symphony . . .
•   Multiple Aspects
•   Multiple Rhythms
•   Different Movements
•   Experienced all at once
•   Can be coordinated and beautiful or
    disjointed and distressing

                                          6
7
8
9
        --AL Aspects of Life
•Physical         •Organizational
•Intellectual     •Political
•Spiritual        •Familial
•Emotional        •Social
•Professional     •Marital
•Financial        •Sexual
•Material         •Parental

                                    10
Physical Rhythm
            27!




                  11
Fundamental Resources of
       Success

  • Time
  • Agency/Choice
  • Talents


                           12
 Time Resource




168 Hours a Week

                   13
"I wish I could stand on a busy
corner, hat in hand, and beg
people to throw me all their
wasted hours."
- Bernard Berenson -




                                  14
Excellence is a neurotic
lifestyle.

Alex Horniman




                           15
                       A Personal Developmental
                             Balance Wheel

                      Social          Physical

      Parental
                                                 Intellectual

  Marital
                                                      Spiritual


Familial                                               Emotional


      Political                                  Professional

                  Material        Financial


                                                                   16
           A Personal Developmental Balance Wheel

                      Social        Physical

      Parental
                                               Intellectual

  Marital
                                                    Spiritual


Familial                                             Emotional


      Political                                Professional

                  Material      Financial          Goals


                                                                 17
                 But, around what core?
           How do all these aspects balance out?
                      Social               Physical

      Parental
                                                      Intellectual

  Marital
                                                           Spiritual
                               Core?
Familial                                                    Emotional


      Political                                       Professional

                  Material             Financial


                                                                        18
THE LEADERSHIP POINT OF VIEW (LPV)

1. Do you SEE what needs to be done?
2. Do you UNDERSTAND all the forces at
   play?
3. Do you have the COURAGE TO ACT to
   make things better?



                                         19
  LPV 1. Do you SEE what needs to be done?
          (The Structure of Problems)
       1. SOMEBODY

2. WANTS                       3. GOTS


         4. JUMP TO CONCLUSIONS       GAPS?
           About PROBLEMS OR NOT




                                              20
                WANT/GOT GAPS
         This model offers a Fast, Comprehensive
              Way to Problem Identification


1.   List key stakeholders on separate pages
2.   Empathize and clarify what each WANTS
3.   Assess what each has GOT
4.   Use WANT-GOT GAP analysis to find win/win
     solutions




                                                   21
    Stakeholder #1: My Boss

What he WANTS   What he’s GOT




                                22
                  Problem Leadership
LEADERSHIP ACTIVITY               Questions        Answers
Problem Solving                   Old              New


Problem Finding                   New              Old



Problem Creating                  New              New



    Adapted from Pathfinding by Harold Leavitt, 1995

                                                             23
      LPV 2. Do you understand?
           Why People Behave the Way They Do

L3:
Values
Assumptions
                                              EVENTS
Beliefs
Expectations


               L2: CONCLUSIONS




                  FEELINGS            L1: BEHAVIOR
                                        SAY & DO


                                                       24
          Why people behave the way they do…

Will you ever become more than a vessel that transmits the genes and memes of the
                      previous generation on to the next?

                        Will you become a transcender?




                                                                              25
             Why people behave the way they do…
                                    Transcender?
                                                                     Locus of Control
                                                                            EX
                                        IN
                 GENES                                     MEMES




                                                     Generation to
                                                     Generation
                                   ENERGY?

Key Questions
1.   When I’m cold…               Two key legacies
2.   When I’m hungry…                                Choice Theory (Glasser)
                                     Newborn         1. IKWRFY
3.   When I’m wet…
4.   When I’m alone and afraid…                      2. IHARTTYWRFY
                                                     3. IHARTPYIYDDWRFY

                                                                                        26
   -ate Theory of Drives

         Domin-ate



           BALANCE?



M-ate                 Cre-ate
                                27
   Beware your Blind Spots!
           Known
                   OTHERS   Unknown

 Known
            PUBLIC     PRIVATE

SELF
             BLIND
 Unknown     SPOTS

                                      28
   CAREER CONCEPTS
   Developed by Mike Driver
   and Ken Brousseau at USC
Summarized here by Jim Clawson




                                 29
              CAREER
        CONCEPTS and MOTIVES

• Concepts: what you think you should be
• Motives: what you want to do and enjoy




                                           30
                  Linear
                            A   B
         Power
           and
         Status                     C

                     Time

Motivation:




                                        31
                Steady State

       Power
         and
       Status




                     Time

Motivation:




                               32
                 Spiral

        Power
          and
        Status




                   Time

Motivation:




                          33
                Transitory

       Power
         and
       Status




                    Time

Motivation:




                             34

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Tags:
Stats:
views:0
posted:6/8/2013
language:English
pages:34