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1 1 BUILDING THE CAPACITY TO ACHIEVE HEALTH & LEARNING OUTCOMES Leadership is a Process Marcia Rubin

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3 WHAT IS LEADERSHIP?

4 4 LEADERSHIP A process Involves influence Occurs in a group context Involves goal attainment Peter G. Northouse Leadership: Theory & Practice

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6 6 WHAT IS LEADERSHIP? LEADERSHIP IS LIKE SWIMMING, IT CANT BE DONE BY READING ABOUT IT.

7 WHAT IS LEADERSHIP?

8 8 Team Leadership Teams are organizational groups composed of members who are interdependent, who share common goals, and who must coordinate their activities to accomplish those goals.

9 9 Accomplishing Goals Begins with the leaders mental model of the situation.

10 10 Functions of an Effective Team Leader Build the team Foster and promote positive relationships among team members Focus on the task at hand

11 11 Tasks START BY DOING WHAT IS NECESSARY, THEN WHAT IS POSSIBLE, AND SUDDENLY YOURE DOING THE IMPOSSIBLE. Francis of Assisi

12 12 Developing an Effective Team Create a positive climate Solve interpersonal problems Satisfy members needs Develop cohesion among team members

13 13 Achieving the Task Outline a plan Get the resources Make decisions Solve problems Adapt to changes

14 14 Teams that have clear goals and standards, effective structure, and efficient decision making will have higher task accomplishment.

15 15 Teams that can manage conflict, collaborate well together, and build commitment will have good relationships.

16 16 Teams that are well connected to and protected from their environment will also be more productive.

17 17 To be an effective leader, one needs to respond with the action that is required of the situation.

18 18 Leadership is About Making Well- Informed Decisions

19 19 Leadership Decisions Monitor or take action Determine if the issue is related to the task or to the people (relational) Act internally or externally

20 Diagnosing Group Deficiencies 1 McGraths Critical Leadership Functions Taking Remedial Action 2 Forecasting Environmental Changes 3 Preventing Deleterious Changes 4 Monitor Action Internal External

21 21 Decision 1 Should I monitor the situation or act?

22 22 If you Choose to Monitor…………. Seek information to understand the current state of team functioning (internal & external) – Interview team members – Query others outside the team – Survey stakeholders – Assess group outcomes Organize, analyze, and interpret the information

23 23 Decision 2: Should I Intervene internally or externally?

24 24 Decision 3: If I choose to intervene internally, should I intervene to meet task or relational needs?

25 25 Relational Coaching Collaborating Managing conflict Building commitment Satisfying needs Modeling principles Task Goal Focusing Restructuring Facilitating decision- making Training Quality Control

26 26 Environmental Leadership Actions

27 27 Conditions of Group Effectiveness Clear, engaging direction Enabling structure Enabling context Adequate material resources Expert Coaching

28 28 Characteristics of Team Excellence Clear, Elevating Goal

29 29 Characteristics of Team Excellence Results Driven Structure

30 30 Characteristics of Team Excellence Competent Team Members

31 31 Characteristics of Team Excellence Unified Commitment

32 32 Characteristics of Team Excellence Collaborative Climate

33 33 Characteristics of Team Excellence Standards of Excellence

34 34 Characteristics of Team Excellence External Support & Recognition

35 35 Characteristics of Team Excellence Principled Leadership

36 36 Health Coordinators are Leaders


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