Budgeting Leadership and Management

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					                Management vs.
                Management            Leadership
Direction:      Planning, Budgeting Vision, Strategy
Alignment:      Organizing, Staffing Creating shared culture
Relationship:   Focusing on objects Focusing on people
Personal:       Emotional distance    Emotional connections
Outcomes:       Maintains stability   Creates change
Needs of People and
Motivational Methods
               Needs of

   Conventional       Leadership

   Lower needs       Higher needs

     Carrot &       Empowerment
      Stick           (Intrinsic)

     Control          Growth &
     People           Fulfillment

    Adequate              Best
      Effort              Effort
The Empowerment Continuum
     Hope for:                               but they Reward:
• Teamwork & collaboration             • The best individual performance

• Innovative thinking & risk taking    • Proven methods & not making mistakes

• Development of people skills         • Technical achievements & accomplishment

• Employee involvement & empowerment   • Tight control over operations & resources

• High achievement                     • Another year’s routine effort

• Commitment to quality                • Shipping on time, even with defects

• Long-term growth                     • Quarterly earnings
Stages of Team Development
            Orientation, break the ice
          Facilitate Social interchanges

            Conflict, disagreement,
      Encourages participation, differences

      Establishment of order and cohesion
      Help clarify team roles, norms, values

         Cooperation, problem solving
         Facilitate task accomplishment
 Outcomes of Team Leadership
• Clear, Elevating Goal
• Results-Driven Structure
• Competent Team Members
• Unified Commitment
• Collaborative Climate
• Standards of Excellence
• External Support and Recognition
• Principled Leadership
 Model for Team Leadership
                             Leader Mediation Decisions
                                • Type of Intervention
                                • Level of Intervention
                              • Function of Intervention

      Internal Team Leadership Functions         External Team Leadership Functions

        Task                  Relational             Environmental

   Clarifying Goals            Coaching              Networking
Establishing Structure   Building Commitment         Advocating
  Decision Making         Managing Conflict       Negotiating Support
       Training            Satisfying Needs       Sharing Information

                            Team Effectiveness
                 Performance & Development/Maintenance
Lessons from Geese
Fact 1: As each goose flaps its wings, it
creates an “uplift” for the birds that
follow. By flying in a “V” formation, the
whole flock adds 71% greater flying range
than if each bird flew alone.

Lesson: People who share a common direction
and sense of community can get where they are
going quicker and easier because they are
traveling on the thrust of one another.
Fact 2: When a goose falls out of formation, it
suddenly feels the drag and resistance of flying
alone. It quickly moves back into formation to
take full advantage of the lifting power of the bird
immediately in front of it.
Lesson: If we have as
much sense as a goose, we stay in
formation with those headed where we
want to go. We are willing to accept their help
and give our help to others.
 Fact 3: When the lead goose tires, it rotates
 back into the formation and another goose flies
 to the point position.

                                         Family &
            Co-workers                   Friends

 Lesson: It pays to take turns doing hard tasks
 and sharing leadership. Like geese, people are
 interdependent on each other’s skills, capabilities,
 and unique gifts, talents, or resources.
Fact 4: The geese flying in formation honk to
encourage those upfront to keep up their speed.

Lesson: We need to make sure our honking is
encouraging. In groups where there is
encouragement, the production is much greater.
The power of encouragement is the quality of
honking we seek. (to stand by one’s heart or core values and
encourage the heart and core of others)
Fact 5: When a goose gets sick or wounded, two
geese drop out of formation and follow it down it
down to help and protect it. They stay until it dies
or is unable to fly again. Then, they launch out
with another formation or catch up with the flock.

Lesson: If we have as much sense as geese,
we will stand by each other in difficult times as
well as when we are strong.
Have a   SUPER   Year!

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