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1 K Know and Apply Rules and Mindset “…To be happy, I need to think about feeling good, feeling bad, and feeling right, in an atmosphere of growth.” – Gretchen Rubin, The Happiness Project 1

2 K Know and Apply Rules & Work A key leadership principle is to “know yourself.” Self-awareness is a key to change – How do you respond to rules? Inner Rules Outer Rules – Questionnaire … Knowing how our brain works help us understand others! 2

3 K Know and Apply Do you agree? Disagree? Why? “The brain is like teflon for good experiences … …and like velcro for bad ones.” -Reader’s Digest, p 101, What message can you find in the quote for your leadership? 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360)

4 K Know and Apply What is your rule mindset? Two types of rules: Four Rule Quadrants: 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360) Outer Rules (Like Laws/Policies) Inner Rules (like habits, beliefs) QuestionerUpholder ObligerRebel

5 L Lead and Model Questioners Question both inner and outer rules? 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360) …are motivated by sound reasoning Won’t follow rules with which they disagree “Wake up and say what needs to be done today?”

6 L Lead and Model Upholders Respond readily to inner and outer rules 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360) …are motivated by fulfillment “Wake up and say what is on the schedule and to-do list today?” Very much want to know the rules and what is expected of them

7 L Lead and Model Obligers Respond readily to outer rules but struggle to keep inner rules 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360) … are motivated by external accountability Find it difficult to fulfill obligation they impose on themselves “Wake up and say what is expected of me today?”

8 L Lead and Model Rebels Resist both inner and outer rules 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360) …are motivated by present desire Resist control, even self-control “Wake up and say what do I want to do today?”

9 L Lead and Model Which Quadrant is Most Like You? 9 Questioners Quadrant 1 …are motivated by sound reasoning Won’t follow rules with which they disagree “Wake up and say what needs to be done today?” Question both inner and outer rules? Upholders Quadrant 2 …are motivated by fulfillment Very much want to know the rules and what is expected of them “Wake up and say what is on the schedule and to-do list today?” Respond readily to inner and outer rules Obligers Quadrant 3 … are motivated by external accountability Respond readily to outer rules but struggle to keep inner rules Find it difficult to fulfill obligation they impose on themselves “Wake up and say what is expected of me today?” Rebels Quadrant 4 …are motivated by present desire Resist both inner and outer rules Resist control, even self-control “Wake up and say what do I want to do today?” 2014/03/quiz-are-you-an-upholder-a-questioner-a- rebel-or-an-obliger/ Response to inner and outer rules …

10 A Assessing & Monitoring 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360) Applying the “inner and outer rule” mindsets to your “BHD”

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12 K Know and Apply The Wisdom of Michael Fullan Motion Leadership Provides a framework of seven themes and examples where practice is the driver Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360)

13 K Know and Apply Wisdom of Michael Fullan The simple part is that the seven themes are easy to grasp one by one. The complex part is getting good at applying them in combination. Simplexity 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360)

14 K Know and Apply Fullan on Motion Leadership an.ca/motion- leadership-the-skinny/ 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360)

15 K Know and Apply Wisdom of Michael Fullan Motion Leadership “Leadership is difficult because people are complicated and sometimes unmanageable. But you don’t need fancy theory to tell you that. The answer is much simpler – but not simplistic.” 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360)

16 K Know and Apply Wisdom of Michael Fullan The Change Leader Model* Modified *Modified Change Leader, Michael Fullan, 2011 The Change Leader Model* Modified *Modified Change Leader, Michael Fullan, Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360) Motivate the Masses Collaborate to Compete Learn Confidently →Be Resolute ←Know Impact ←Know Impact Realized Effectives Simplexity Do Deliberatively and Sustain Simplexity Practice Drives Theory

17 L Lead and Model Wisdom of Michael Fullan Key Insight #1 The effective change leader actively participates as a learner in helping the organization improve. Practice Drives Theory 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360)

18 L Lead and Model Wisdom of Michael Fullan Key #1 Practice Drives Theory “In my experience, effective change leaders …. don’t start with imagining the future. They walk into the future through examining their own and others’ best practices, looking for insights they had not noticed before.” 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360)

19 L Lead and Model Wisdom of Michael Fullan Key #1 Practice Drives Theory 1.Most good ideas come from first examining the practice of others. 2.Try out the new ideas yourself. 3.Draw conclusions – expand on them. Deliberative Doing 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360)

20 K Know and Apply Key Insight #2 Effective change leaders combine resolute moral purpose with impressive empathy. Wisdom of Michael Fullan 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360)

21 L Lead and Model Wisdom of Michael Fullan Key #2 Resolute Leadership The resolute leader stays the course no matter what – but at the same time spawns focused determination by mobilizing and motivating others Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA P: | F: (360)


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