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Lead Now!

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Jefferson Cann presented a very popular keynote at our Leadership Conference, 2014, on his young adult program, Lead Now!

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Lead Now!

  1. 1. Intensive leadership development for 16 to 25 year-olds A Social Enterprise Organisation
  2. 2. 2 “We understand that leadership development is not an overnight fix but a journey and one which requires the organisation, participants and Extraordinary Leadership to work in partnership to deliver the right environment and input for learning.   Extraordinary Leadership share this philosophy and have been a “true” partner investing in the development of our current and future leaders.   The feedback from participants has been overwhelmingly positive with people often citing these programmes as the best they have ever attended” EVP HR, Telecommunication ¨Extraordinary Leadership has been an enormous help to our business ... has helped transform our senior management team within one of our largest divisions, from a group of underperforming individuals into the highest performing leadership team within our organisation. Without this help we would not be where we are today as a business¨ VP, International Recruitment
  3. 3. Some Principles of Extraordinary Leadership & LeadNow! 3 We are all unique individuals – the way you and I lead most effectively will be different! Knowledge and skills are not enough – leadership must be addressed experientially at the level of values, beliefs, and purpose All leadership begins with leadership of self True leadership integrates the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions The quality of Leadership determined by quality of Awareness, Connection and yourself Transformation (the ACT of leadership) Leading others is about enabling, not doing Leaders at all levels need to be empowered to respond to events in a “VUCA” world Leadership development is about human value as well as organisational value
  4. 4. Lord Young’s Report to UK Parliament 4 Prime Minister, “…Only a few years ago the definition of a small firm was one employing fewer than 500: today 95.5% of firms by number in this country employ fewer than ten. The skills sought by companies … were in those days typified by team sports and conformity and that is what the school system was encouraged to deliver. The world of those now leaving education will be one in which self-reliance and creativity will be rewarded and the education system will have to adapt.”. (June 2014)
  5. 5. Intensive leadership development for 16 to 25 year-olds www.leadnow.net A Social Enterprise Organisation
  6. 6. • “I’ve rarely seen our students so animated and enthused!” (Jenny Blakesley, Director, LSE Careers) “Wow! I can see my way forward” “Everyone should do it” “Inspirational” “I learnt more in 3 days than in years” “Exceeded expectations, haven’t been to such a workshop in many years” “This workshop was amazing. I learnt a lot about my strengths- weaknesses and how to assess and lead a team” A Social Enterprise Organisation
  7. 7. LeadNow! Structure Leading Self •The ACT of Leadership – being v. doing •Understanding the other’s perspective •Importance of Personal Values •Presence, “Flow” & “The Zone” •Managing Interference •Managing fear & tension •Purpose & Vision - Self •Time & performance •Implications for self
  8. 8. LeadNow! Structure Leading Self •The ACT of Leadership – being v. doing •Understanding the other’s perspective •Importance of Personal Values •Presence, “Flow” & “The Zone” •Managing Interference •Managing fear & tension •Purpose & Vision - Self •Time & performance •Implications for self • Leading Others • Our Thoughts Create our Lives – ACTing with intent • EI & “triggers” • Parent-Adult-Child to Adult-to-Adult (TA) • Creating Trust • Coaching – using the GROW model • Handling conflict • Communicating with GRACE • Asking for and giving Feedback
  9. 9. LeadNow! Structure Leading Self •The ACT of Leadership – being v. doing •Understanding the other’s perspective •Importance of Personal Values •Presence, “Flow” & “The Zone” •Managing Interference •Managing fear & tension •Purpose & Vision - Self •Time & performance •Implications for self • Leading Others • Our Thoughts Create our Lives – ACTing with intent • EI & “triggers” • Parent-Adult-Child (TA) • Creating Trust • Coaching – using the GROW model • Handling conflict • Communicating with GRACE • Brene Brown Video • Leading Self • Thoughts create lives – ACTing with +ve intent • Followers need Leaders –Social Psych. of Leadership • Creating High- Performance Teams • “Awesome Purpose” for organisations • Personal Leadership Planning • Future steps and expectations
  10. 10. Examples: Leading Self (Day 1) A Social Enterprise Organisation
  11. 11. Different “Types” of Leadership Situational Authentic Spiritual Servant Heroic Charismatic Visionary Power 11 ACT Awareness Connection Transformation
  12. 12. Red Box/Blue Box: What do you see? 12
  13. 13. The KASH Model 13 K A S H nowledge ttitudes kills abits (Behaviours) Beliefs Values Changing Habits
  14. 14. Choose your 5 most important Values/Qualities – for example: Accountability Achievement Balance (home/work) Commitment Compassion Competence Continuous learning Cooperation Courage Craftsmanship Creativity Customer Enthusiasm Efficiency Empathy Ethics Excellence Fairness Family Financial gain Friendships Future generations Health Honesty Humour/fun Independence Integrity Initiative Intuition Leadership Love Making a difference Open communication Openness Ownership Personal fulfilment Personal growth Power Respect Responsibility Risk-taking Self-discipline Success Trust Teamwork Wisdom 14
  15. 15. The Performance Equation 15 P = p – iP = p – i Performance = potential -Performance = potential - interferenceinterference *From Tim Gallwey, The Inner Gam
  16. 16. Managing Stress and Tension: Breathing and Neurophysiology and Presence/Mindfulness 16
  17. 17. The human nervous system 17 The Nervous System Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) Sympathetic (“Flight or Fight”) Parasympathetic Central Nervous System (CNS)
  18. 18. Stress and relaxation 18 ANS Sympathetic (“Flight or Fight”) Stress Tension Parasympathetic (“Phew!”) Relaxation Awareness High breathing Low breathing
  19. 19. Purpose 19
  20. 20. Purpose & Dilts’ Logical levels: 20 Robert Dilts PURPOSEPURPOSE EnvironmentEnvironment BehavioursBehaviours CapabilitiesCapabilities Beliefs and ValuesBeliefs and Values IdentityIdentity
  21. 21. Purpose & Dilts’ Logical levels: 21 Robert Dilts PURPOSEPURPOSE EnvironmentEnvironment BehavioursBehaviours CapabilitiesCapabilities Beliefs and ValuesBeliefs and Values IdentityIdentity Social Conditioning
  22. 22. Purpose & Dilts’ Logical levels: 22 Robert Dilts PURPOSEPURPOSE EnvironmentEnvironment BehavioursBehaviours CapabilitiesCapabilities Beliefs and ValuesBeliefs and Values IdentityIdentity Social Conditioning Self Actualisation

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