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1 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Mastering the Five Levels of Leadership Andrew P. Willems Trinity-St. Lukes Lutheran School 303 Clark St., Watertown, WI Wisconsin Lutheran State Teachers Conference October 30 th, 2009

2 Andrew Willems Obstacles

3 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Introduction Leadership is the influence of others in a productive, vision-driven direction and is done through the example, conviction, and character of the leader. Increasing our ability to lead requires change Increasing our ability to lead requires change Revolution=an activity or movement designed to effect fundamental changes (Webster) Revolution=an activity or movement designed to effect fundamental changes (Webster) True leadership can bring radically positive change to a stagnant environment (p. XIII) True leadership can bring radically positive change to a stagnant environment (p. XIII)

4 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Life should be about purpose and meaning and cause and fulfilling our personal, God-given destinies Life should be about purpose and meaning and cause and fulfilling our personal, God-given destinies Cultivating Leadership Cultivating Leadership Anyone can develop leadership ability beyond their current level (p. 13) Leadership development is a deliberate process Leadership development is a deliberate process Personal Activity: Personal Mission Statement Mission Statement Mission StatementIntroduction Goetschel, Chuck, Simon Says, Paradigm Publishing, Inc., Reno, NV, 2009

5 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Assignment Quickly write down these value words

6 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Assignment Personal Mission Statement6 words Personal Mission Statement3 words

7 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Assignment Put those 3 words in order from top to bottom Put 3 words in sentences

8 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Assignment Put the three sentences into a paragraph belowthat is your Personal Mission Statement! Begin with: Success in my life means…

9 Assignment Peace, integrity, power, wealth, joy, influence, happiness, love, justice, success, recognition, spiritual/faith, friendship, family, career, fame, truth, status, authority, wisdom, acceptance, health, legacy Personal Mission Statement

10 Assignment Pick six words that you would like to be known for when you die. Personal Mission Statement Pick three words that you would crawl across a tight-rope for.

11 Assignment Now put those three words in order of importance for you. Personal Mission Statement Now put those words into sentences expressing what is important to you!!

12 Assignment Now write all of the sentences in a short paragraph. That is your personal mission statement. It will guide your decision making…especially in guiding you as to what is important in your life. I Corinthians 10:31

13 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Foundational Qualities of a leader What a leader isWinston Churchill and Britains Finest Hour What a leader isWinston Churchill and Britains Finest HourEmpowering Helping others fix problems and move forward Serving others What a leader brings; Foundational Qualities William Wilberforce What a leader brings; Foundational Qualities William Wilberforce Hunger Foundational Qualities

14 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Hunger Diagram

15 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems If you would not be forgotten, as soon as you are dead and rotten, either write things worth reading, or do things worth the writing. ~ Benjamin Franklin Honable Honable Have an attitude that allows intensifying and sharpening Any fool can find fault, but it takes a winner to find solutions Foundational Qualities

16 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Honorable Honorabledefinition Honor is the force that holds hunger in check What a leader doesMel Fisher Vision Vision Tomorrows reality expressed as an idea today Continually cast the vision before those you influence Goal Setting Goal Setting A goal is more than a dream; its a dream being acted upon. ~ David Schwartz Foundational Qualities

17 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems You miss 100% of the shots you never take. ~ Wayne Gretzke Personal Activity: Vision and Goal Setting Foundational Qualities

18 Assignment Take one of those three words from the Personal Mission Statement and write a Vision Statement. Vision Statements are a vivid description of a desired outcome that inspires, energizes, and helps you create a mental picture of your target.

19 Assignment The best vision statements are for five to ten years away. Focus on the desired outcome/goal and a completion date. Your vision statement should represent your best possible outcome.

20 Assignment The purpose of your vision statement is to open your eyes to what is possible. Put your vision statement in the present tense and make it emotional with sensory details. Update your vision statement periodically throughout the year.

21 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems By July of 2014 my hot wife and I will be sunning on the shores of Lanikai Beach in Hawaii enjoying pineapple boats. By July of 2014 my wife and I will be in Hawaii. Assignment

22 Assignment You must write your goals. They are stepping stones for reaching your vision. They must be measureable and specific. Graduate all of my children from high school. Save 10% of our gross income every year. Take no big vacations between now and Pay cash for our next car. Use the inheritance money from my father-in-law.

23 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Game Planning Game Planning Set in Sand Prioritize Tasks Personal Activity: Big Rocks in the Jar First Foundational Qualities

24 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Read, Get Your Big Rocks in First The Big Rocks must be in line with your Personal Mission Statement They are the Stephen Covey, Quadrant Two items (Quality and Personal Leadership) Important but Non-Urgent Scripture Reading Watch daughters volleyball game Correcting papers Fix the bathroom sink Take your dream vacation Assignment

25 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Assignment Look at your Vision Statement; list 10 things in your life and put them in priority order. These can change depending on your season of life.

26 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Working Working Casting the vision Leading by example Work ethic-there is no job beneath the leader Solve problems and remove obstacles Maintaining focus Striving ahead of the grouppull with your performance Provide __________ and __________ correction Foundational Qualities

27 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Seeking Counsel Seeking Counsel Mentor with someonefruit on the tree Purpose is for the leader to learn Make mid-course correction Make mid-course correction Receive feedback Be held accountable Grow Personally Grow Personally Foundational Qualities

28 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems A Leader Grows Personally How a leader grows personally Trilateral Leadership Ledger Trilateral Leadership Ledger Gain self-mastery Gain self-mastery Growth cannot be optional Growth cannot be optional Growth in influence with others Growth in influence with others Measure the internal growth of the leader Effectiveness of the leader is measured on the left of the scale from 0-10 Effectiveness of the leader is measured on the left of the scale from 0-10 Categories of leadership effectiveness across the bottom; character, tasks, relationships Categories of leadership effectiveness across the bottom; character, tasks, relationships

29 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems CharacterWhat one becomes is much more important than what one accomplishes 1-9 Tasksthe ability to get things done 1-7Relationships1-10 Start with a self-assessment on the Trilateral Leadership Ledger; than multiply the three numbers to get your Leadership Effectiveness rating. Notice it will grow exponentially Caution: People tend to first overrate themselves Whats important is to control where you end up on our leadership journey. A Leader Grows Personally

30 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Focus on developing weaknesses for a better percentage of improvement (ie. Multiplication property of zero) Focus on developing weaknesses for a better percentage of improvement (ie. Multiplication property of zero) Personal Growth One weakness to personal growth is a leaders inability to see their blind-spots One weakness to personal growth is a leaders inability to see their blind-spots Arriving at Moral Perfection, Benjamin Franklin (sanctification) Arriving at Moral Perfection, Benjamin Franklin (sanctification) Pick one category to work on for four weeks(He) never attained moral perfection, he was the better for it. Pick one category to work on for four weeks(He) never attained moral perfection, he was the better for it.TemperenceSilenceOrderResolutionFrugalityIndustry Personal Activity: Trilateral Leadership Ledger

31 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Moral Perfection continued… Moral Perfection continued…SincerityJusticeModerationCleanlinessTranquilityChastityHumility A Leader Grows Personally

32 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems How a leader grows in influence A map of the journey of a leader from beginning to end Jim Collins Good to Great– to be extraordinary takes a little extra John Maxwell Developing the Leader Within You Living the Five Levels of Influence: Queen Elizabeth I Leadership is Art (requiring thinking) and Science (requiring action). A Leader Grows Personally

33 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems The Five Levels of Influence Learning1 st Level of Influence That is one of the great secrets of becoming a great leadernever stop becoming. ~ Jeff OLeary That is one of the great secrets of becoming a great leadernever stop becoming. ~ Jeff OLeary Becoming a studentlittle child in first soccer game Becoming a studentlittle child in first soccer game Art of Learning- Learning is a top priority; not necessarily credentialed Learning is a top priority; not necessarily credentialed Leaders learn from anyone Leaders learn from anyone Leaders learn from those who have results Leaders learn from those who have results

34 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems The Five Levels of Influence Science of Learning- Leaders learn about people Leaders learn about people Leaders learn about people Leaders learn about people Leaders learn about the basics at the organization Leaders learn about the basics at the organization Leaders learn about goals and objectives Leaders learn about goals and objectives Leaders learn about process Leaders learn about process Leaders learn to measure performance Leaders learn to measure performance Leaders learn about histories and environment Leaders learn about histories and environment Leaders learn about obstacles Leaders learn about obstacles Leaders learn from books, audios, and videos Leaders learn from books, audios, and videos Leaders learn from association Leaders learn from association Leaders learn from mentor/protégé relationships Leaders learn from mentor/protégé relationships Leaders learn from action Leaders learn from action

35 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Rohm, Robert, Personality Profiles, Personality Insights, Inc., Marietta, GA, 2008 Personal Activity: Personality Profiles

36 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Historical Example: Theodore Roosevelt A Campaign of Self-Transformation Historical Example: Theodore Roosevelt A Campaign of Self-Transformation Performing2 nd Level of Influence When your work speaks for itself, dont interrupt. ~ Henry J. Kaiser When your work speaks for itself, dont interrupt. ~ Henry J. Kaiser Becoming a performersoccer passing, scoring, becoming a key player Becoming a performersoccer passing, scoring, becoming a key player Art of Performing Performers get results through effort Performers get results through effort Performers understand champions didnt start that way Performers understand champions didnt start that way The Five Levels of Influence

37 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Performers know you will be second best many times Performers know you will be second best many times Performers know nothing worthwhile comes easy Performers know nothing worthwhile comes easy Performers dont expect fair treatment Performers dont expect fair treatment Performers know there will always be critics and adversaries Performers know there will always be critics and adversaries Performers know breaks come to those who prepare Performers know breaks come to those who prepare Performers know attitude conquers circumstances Performers know attitude conquers circumstances Performers can never be satisfied Performers can never be satisfied Performers know there is power in belief Performers know there is power in belief Science of Performing Performers are part of an overall team Performers are part of an overall team Performers edify leadership Performers edify leadership The Five Levels of Influence

38 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Leading3 rd Level of Influence Being a general calls for talents different than those of a soldier. ~ Titus Livy Being a general calls for talents different than those of a soldier. ~ Titus Livy Responsibility to lead otherson-field leader; captain of the team Responsibility to lead otherson-field leader; captain of the team Art of Leading Leaders understand results come through a team effort Leaders understand results come through a team effort Leaders understand people buy into the leader before anything else Leaders understand people buy into the leader before anything else Leaders understand the importance of developing people Leaders understand the importance of developing people Leaders understand they deal with inadequate resources Leaders understand they deal with inadequate resources Leaders understand leadership is the limitation Leaders understand leadership is the limitation The Five Levels of Influence

39 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Leaders understand the impact of their actions (big picture) Leaders understand the impact of their actions (big picture) Leaders understand that leadership is about sacrifice Leaders understand that leadership is about sacrifice Leaders understand a leaders job is never done Leaders understand a leaders job is never done Science of Learning Leaders model the way Leaders model the way Leaders compel individuals to perform Leaders compel individuals to perform Leaders coach othersat levels below themselves Leaders coach othersat levels below themselves Leaders become servants Leaders become servants Leaders operate as field commanders; they are with others Leaders operate as field commanders; they are with others Leaders orchestrate activity Leaders orchestrate activity Leaders measure results Leaders measure results The Five Levels of Influence

40 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Leaders solve problems Leaders solve problems Leaders Communicate Leaders Communicate Historical Example: George Washington The Faithful Servant Historical Example: George Washington The Faithful Servant Developing Leaders4 th Level of Influence A leader is best when people barely know he exists. Not so good when people obey and acclaim him. Worse when they despise him. But of a good leader who talks little when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say, We did it ourselves. ~ Jeff OLeary A leader is best when people barely know he exists. Not so good when people obey and acclaim him. Worse when they despise him. But of a good leader who talks little when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say, We did it ourselves. ~ Jeff OLeary

41 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Develop otherssoccer player is the head coach; not positional, though, but develops others Develop otherssoccer player is the head coach; not positional, though, but develops others Art of Leadership Development Level 4 leaders know results come through efforts of other leaders Level 4 leaders know results come through efforts of other leaders Level 4 leaders understand the power of duplication Level 4 leaders understand the power of duplication Level 4 leaders know leaders have strengths in various levels Level 4 leaders know leaders have strengths in various levels Level 4 leaders know the vision must be big enough for other leaders Level 4 leaders know the vision must be big enough for other leaders Level 4 leaders know recognition is a valuable motivator Level 4 leaders know recognition is a valuable motivator The Five Levels of Influence

42 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Science of Leadership Development Level 4 leaders compel other leaders to get team results Level 4 leaders compel other leaders to get team results Level 4 leaders become talent scouts Level 4 leaders become talent scouts Level 4 leaders empower other leaders Level 4 leaders empower other leaders Level 4 leaders learn to mentor Level 4 leaders learn to mentor Historical Example: Lord Horatio Nelson A Band of Brothers Historical Example: Lord Horatio Nelson A Band of Brothers Developing Leaders Who Develop Leaders5 th Level of Leadership The Five Levels of Influence

43 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Really great men have a curious feeling that the greatness is not in them, but through them. ~ John Ruskin Really great men have a curious feeling that the greatness is not in them, but through them. ~ John Ruskin The pinnacle of leadership abilitysoccer player is legendary as a pioneer or had revolutionized the sport. The pinnacle of leadership abilitysoccer player is legendary as a pioneer or had revolutionized the sport. Art of Level 5 Leader Results come through the endurance and succession of the vision Results come through the endurance and succession of the vision The vision and the leader are intertwined The vision and the leader are intertwined The Five Levels of Influence

44 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Science of Level 5 Leader Attract the highest-caliber leaders to the cause Attract the highest-caliber leaders to the cause Historical Example: The Apostle Paul An Influence of Inestimable Value Historical Example: The Apostle Paul An Influence of Inestimable Value The Five Levels of Influence

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50 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Mid-course Correction GOAL OFF A LITTLE Best Path MISSED GOAL BY A LOT!!

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52 October 30 th, 2009 Andrew Willems Bibliography Rohm, Robert, Personality Profiles, Personality Insights, Inc., Marietta, GA, 2008 Chua, Cellestine, The Personal Excellence Blog, Get Your Big Rocks in First, accessed May 5, Covey, Stephen R., 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change, Simon & Schuster, New York, 1989 Goetschel, Chuck, Simon Says, Paradigm Publishing, Inc., Reno, NV, 2009 Brady, Chris & Woodward, Orrin, Launching a Leadership Revolution, Business Plus, New York, 2005 Collins, James, C. Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap--and Others Dont, HarperBusiness, New York, 2001 Maxwell, John C., Developing the Leader Within You, Thomas Nelson, Nashville, 1993


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