Presentation on theme: "Following guidance from Ken Blanchard and Phil Hodges"— Presentation transcript:
1 Following guidance from Ken Blanchard and Phil Hodges Servant LeadershipTransforming Hearts,Head, Hands & Habitsby Eric JohnsonVice PresidentKirkham and MichaelFollowing guidance from Ken Blanchard and Phil Hodges
2 HeartMay the WORDS of my mouth and the MEDITATIONS of my heart be pleasing in YOUR SIGHT. O LORD, my ROCK and my REDEEMER.Psalm 19:14
3 Heart Self-Serving Leaders vs. Servant Leaders Self Serving Leaders Fear of losing positionSpend most of their time protecting statusCannot handle feedbackSelfishAddicted to powerThey have EGO (Edging God Out)
4 Heart Servant Leaders Leadership as act of service Place people firstLook at training replacementsEGOExalting God OnlyEmbrace feedbackAs useful informationSo they can provide better serviceEffective Leadership starts on the inside.
5 HeaDBe TRANSFORMED by the RENEWING of your MIND.Romans 12:2
6 HeaD Servant Leadership Starts with the Heart Motivation and intent Next is the HeadLeaders Belief systemPerspective on their role as a leaderROLESA visionary role-doing the right thingAn implementation role-doing things right.
7 HeaD Leadership Vision Servant Leader compelling vision Vision for the FutureExcites Passion and Commitment
8 HeaD Good Visions Contain 3 Parts Purpose/Mission What is your business?How will you benefit customers?Your Preferred Picture of the FutureWhere are you going?What does this look like if everything is running as planned?
9 HeadYour ValuesHow you want people to behave when they working on your mission.Picture for the futureWhat do you stand for
10 Hands Do not merely LISTEN to the WORD, and so Deceive yourself. DO what it says,James 1:22
11 Hands Understand dynamics of managing transformational change Change will happenChange is rarely easyServant LeaderIdentify changes that are necessary to promote the visionUnderstand the reactions of people
12 Hands Change People feel awkward People feel alone Need to tell people what to expectPeople feel aloneStructure activities that create involvementPeople will be concerned that they don’t have enough resources (time, money, skills)Encourage creative problem solvingValue People and Performance
13 HabitsBefore something can become a habit it must first be practiced as a disciplineDaily pressures on leadershipCan isolateCan diminish a leaders effectiveness and focus
14 Habits Daily basis Recalibrate commitment on vision Recalibrate your purposeRecalibrate your picture of the futureRecalibrate your values
15 Summary Effective LEADERSHIP starts on the inside. Are you a SERVANT LEADER or a self-serving leader?