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March 10, 2011.  8:00 – 8:15Opening  Strengths Quest  10:00Break  Strengths Quest  12:00 – 12:30Lunch  www.LeadersConnect.cawww.LeadersConnect.ca.

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Presentation on theme: "March 10, 2011.  8:00 – 8:15Opening  Strengths Quest  10:00Break  Strengths Quest  12:00 – 12:30Lunch  www.LeadersConnect.cawww.LeadersConnect.ca."— Presentation transcript:

1 March 10, 2011

2  8:00 – 8:15Opening  Strengths Quest  10:00Break  Strengths Quest  12:00 – 12:30Lunch   2:15Break  Feedback on  Mentorship Proposal  Reflection - Our Journey  Reflection – Personal  4:30Closing

3  Sign in with your signature!

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5  Qualities that empower people to do specific things very well  Research shows that highly successful people learn to play to their strengths and manage/minimize their weaknesses  High achievers find ways to apply their strengths to their tasks and build their lives around their strengths

6  Attitudes that sustain efforts toward achievement and excellence  Behavior patterns that make a person effective  Beliefs that empower a person to succeed  Motivations that propel a person to take action  Thought patterns that make a person efficient/effective

7  A recurring pattern of thought feeling or behavior  When productively applied…..  Predict “near perfection” performance

8  Identifies top 5 themes  6-month retest reliability across all populations ranges from 0.6 – 0.8  More than 33,700,000 possible unique sets of themes

9 Context Deliberative Developer Discipline Empathy Focus Futuristic Harmony Ideation Includer Individualization Input Intellection Learner Maximizer Positivity Relator Responsibility Restorative Self-Assurance Significance Strategic Woo Achiever Activator Adaptability Analytical Arranger Belief Command Communication Competition Connectedness Consistency

10  Activity  My signature themes and how I use the talents in them

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12  Activity  Signature themes treasure hunt  Questions  What one discovery did you make during this exercise?  Were there some participants who had themes you know you could benefit from if partnered with them?  Think about one of the themes that seems the least like you…. Were you surprised by its benefit?

13  Each theme works in combination with the other 33 themes  Each theme is influenced by the application of the other themes  When each person is aware of personal strengths and sees strengths in others, the possibilities for excellence are exponential

14  Activity  Balconies and Basements – work in pairs  Balcony  How your strength is perceived in a positive way  Basement  How your Strength can be perceived in a negative way

15  How many of us are working in a position that utilizes your strengths?  What are the advantages of being in a position that utilizes your strengths…..  Engagement  Results  Passion  Enjoyment

16  Activity  A Symphony of themes – work in case study group

17  Executing  Achiever  Arranger  Belief  Consistency  Deliberative  Discipline  Focus  Responsibility  Restorative  Relationship Building  Adaptability  Developer  Connectedness  Empathy  Harmony  Includer  Individualization  Posiitvity  Relator  Influencing  Activator  Command  Communication  Maximizer  Self Assurance  Significance  Woo  Strategic Thinking  Analytical  Context  Futuristic  Ideation  Input  Intellection  Learner  Strategic

18  How might engagement be facilitated with a focus on strengths leading to excellent value added experiences….. Versus a focus on deficiency?

19  Activity  A Symphony of themes – work in case study group

20  Journal  Compare your card submitted Feb 3 rd with your report results…. Any surprises?  How did you feel when you read your report?  What did you learn or confirm about your leadership?  What questions did the report raise for you about your leadership?

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22  Our Team’s story…  Research / Case Study…

23 Christine Burton - Lawyer - Staying connected is an integral part of my life. You never know when you will be able to use the connection you have made - or BE the connection.

24 Russell Thomas - Communications Director - `Regarding the use of Social Media``So, as I lie by the pool, nestled under a towel so I can properly see my iPad screen fighting the glare of the intense Mayan Riviera sun, checking my Facebook and Twitter, know beyond a shadow of a doubt that I am truly on vacation and that my social media public life is not an effort, encumbrance or encroachment - though I completely understand and respect that it might be for you and yours.

25 Mike Duroches - Board - Chamber of Commerce - I am connected to musicians all over the world. No matter where I go, I know someone. I have visited colleagues in Europe, all because we communicated and had common interests through our chat on a common web-site. Community businesses can belong to a website where they find information and post information important to their business. It`s imperative to stay connected.

26  What does LWB Alumni really mean?  Is staying connected important?  How do we stay connected?  How do we leverage off each others strengths in the future?

27  Introduce  Disclaimers  Lets get at it!

28  Walkthrough with the Team!

29  Recommendations:  Past LWB participants requested to join  Presenters invited to join and post their material  LWB adopts website and covers the yearly fee of $250  LWB 2011/2012 completes strength quest at beginning of year

30  Who can join?  Should only members be able to post items or create events?  Any other comments, suggestions, recommendations?  Your feedback is critical, as a prototype you are part of shaping the final product!

31  Mentoring relationships bring people together with different backgrounds, positions, experiences, and positions of influence  Expands and strengthens networking within the community  Proposal – Each LWB participant is submitted as a mentor to a participant the following year. Replace the interview a leader in the community element with contact and interview your mentor….

32  Our individual experience / reflection…

33  “It seems to me that trying to live without friends is like milking a bear to get cream for your morning coffee. It is a whole lot of trouble, and then not worth much after you get it.” - Zora Neale Hurston


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