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1 Leadership: Understanding its Global Impact
Chapter 3: Developing self awareness

2 Learning objectives Use reflective learning to develop self awareness
Understand the means of developing leadership ability Identify your own emotional intelligence Use coaching skills Understand servant leadership as a development model

3 Chapter contents Introduction Spotlight: Julie Hammer
Reflective learning Personal mastery Leadership development Emotional intelligence Leader in action: Charles Handy Mentoring and coaching Servant leadership Summary Case study: A leadership development plan

4 Spotlight: Julie Hammer
Do what you are good at—and do the very best you can. You need to discover what you enjoy and focus on that. What is most important is that you work hard at whatever you do. Effective leadership: know your values and beliefs create a bond of trust between yourself and team members

5 Introduction Characteristics of future leaders: a broad education
boundless curiosity boundless enthusiasm belief in people and teamwork willingness to take risks devotion to long-term growth rather than short-term profit commitment to excellence readiness and preparedness for the role or situation virtue and vision

6 Introduction (cont.) What business expects of its leaders:
the ability to think long term good communication skills self awareness trustworthiness having vision understanding local/organisational culture enthusiasm integrity optimism the ability to give constructive feedback

7 Reflective learning Double-loop learning (Argyris 1991)
Single-loop learning Reflective journal incident Reaction Reflection realisation

8 Personal mastery Senge 1990 Personal vision Current reality
Creative tension Structural conflict Characteristics of personal mastery

9 Leadership development
Development through self discipline Experience Education Leadership development programs feedback intensive programs skill-based programs conceptual knowledge programs personal growth programs

10 Emotional intelligence
Elements: understanding one’s feelings empathy for others the regulation of emotions to enhance living Goleman (1995): Five factors: self-awareness, self regulation, motivation, empathy, social skill

11 Leader in action: Charles Handy
The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not in the end remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it. (p. 10)

12 Mentoring and coaching
informal relationship Executive coaching focuses on specific, clearly articulated outcomes

13 Servant leadership Robert Greenleaf 1970
Leaders who want to make the world a better place Blanchard 2007 leadership component implementation component a question of heart Servant leaders lead because they want to serve others

14 Servant leadership (cont.)
Characteristics and behaviours: listening empathy healing awareness persuasion conceptualisation foresight stewardship commitment to the growth of people, and building community (Larry Spears)

15 Summary Insights and tools: reflective learning personal mastery
emotional intelligence executive coaching servant leadership

16 Case study: A leadership development plan
A framework for developing leaderships skills: What leadership style or position do you aspire to? Analyse your own strengths and weaknesses Compare your current attributes with those desired in the future Develop capacity Success

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