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     King Arthur
Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pa4v5gH3b18




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          Background
   Legend of great leadership and tragedy

   Lancelot and Guenever

   Parting of ways



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          Background
   Rebellion

   End of the organisation and its leaders

   Relevance?



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    Diamond Model
                    Leader

   Influence                         Strategy


                        Commitment
Followers                                Task
               Design

   Bonding
                                     Managing
                 Organization        Change




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         Leadership
Themes:
King Arthur    Rules

Sir Lancelot   Passion, Temptation

Sir Mordred    Power Struggles

Sir Gawain     Loyalty

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              REB Model


Event   +   VABE   Conclusion   Behavior   Emotion




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Event: Arthur became a king of Britain
VABE: a strong and independent Britain
Conclusion: The law should be a superior force in
the kingdom. All must be equal in front of law.
Emotion: Find the right people
Behavior: He introduces the Round Table, new and
superior form of Government

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 King Arthur and Love …
Event: Arthur find out about his wife’s and
 Lancelot’s relationship
VABE: He loved them both and wants them alive
Conclusion: He pretends that he doesn’t know
 about the relationship
Emotion: He chose to save lives of two people,
 risking with the whole country
Behavior: He is acting in his own interest, so he
 loses the trust of many of his followers

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       Arthur’s 6 steps of
          leadership
Clarify Center (united, well ruled Britain)
Clarify what is possible (to unify all
  separated kingdoms, to make a strong country)
Clarify what others can contribute
 (regular meetings at the Round table)
Supporting others (One for all and all for
 one)
Be relentless (very focused on his goal)
Measure and Celebrate Progress (land
 and free Britons)

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Key take away points. To Do
 Leading by doing
  - His way to build a Kingdom
 Assembled like minded people
 - the knights
 Established organization and rules
 Treated others fairly
 Round table fostered open communication
    and feedback
   Be ethical

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    Key take away points. Not
              to Do
 Personal emotions need to be put aside
  for the good of the team
 Became disconnected and ignored
  problems (fear of rejection)
 Bad conflict management
 Did not manage change




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           Sir Mordred
Event: received power from King Arthur
VABE: ready to do everything to gain power and
  recognition
Conclusion: maintain leading position at any
  price
Emotion: nobody and nothing can stop him
Behavior: tried hard to get others on his side
* Your position does not make you a leader,
  people make you a leader.

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         Sir Lancelot
Event: Absence of King Arthur
VABE: The best of all knights of Christendom
Conclusion: No-one will know
Emotion: Temptation
Behavior: Making love to Guenever




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             Sir Gawain
Event: Death of Gareth and Garetis
VABE: Loyalty to the rightful king, Arthur
Conclusion: Lancelot (betrayer) should be
  punished
Emotion: Hatred (as opposed to brotherhood)
Behavior: Chasing Lancelot to hunt him down



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           Conclusions
   Kingdom created through Level 3 leadership
   Level 1 leadership: Focus on observables
   No ethical leadership among the knights (lack of
    truthfulness, promise keeping, fairness, respect )
   Team forgot who they were serving
   Break down in decision making
   Loss of Accountability


               They All Died!
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Thank You!




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