Presentation on theme: "CP Sub-Cluster Coordinator Training CP Sub-Cluster Coordinator Training 2010 The Challenges of Collaborative Leadership."— Presentation transcript:
CP Sub-Cluster Coordinator Training CP Sub-Cluster Coordinator Training 2010 The Challenges of Collaborative Leadership
CPIE Cluster Coordinator Training 2010 Why is it important? ‘provide leadership and facilitate processes well-coordinated, effective responses’ …in collaboration with partners.
CPIE Cluster Coordinator Training 2010 Collaborating Cooperating Coordinating Networking Levels of engagement Involvement Commitment Resources (e.g., time, money) ( Himmelman ) Competing
CPIE Cluster Coordinator Training 2010 Exercise—Discuss for 10 Minutes 1.As CP Sub-Cluster Coordinators, what leadership skills do you think will foster partnership and collaboration? 2. As Cluster participants, what do you expect of the Cluster Coordinator? What behaviours would drive you out of the Cluster?
CPIE Cluster Coordinator Training 2010 Shared vision and values Opportunity to participate in making decisions Quality of information shared Quantity of information shared Handling of conflict Satisfaction with outcomes Successful Collaboration: members’ aims Commitment to project Mizrahi and Rosenthal, 2001; Larson, 2002
CPIE Cluster Coordinator Training 2010 www.workingatmcmaster.ca Collaborative Leadership : coordinator’s aims Commitment and action Joint problem-solving and Decision-making Sustained participation Diverse input Shared responsibility Ownership of outcomes
CPIE Cluster Coordinator Training 2010 Participative Democratic Initiates process or discussion Involves others Facilitates building consensus and decision-making Situational Leadership Styles Directive Coordinator controls Initiates task Direct others Decisive Delegative Lets group take ownership of task Group makes decisions Uses expertise of others Use when: establishing the cluster time is short participants motivated & looking for leadership. Use when: establishing plans building trust and engagement participants understand cluster approach. Use when: setting up working groups others have specialist knowledge cluster matures.
CPIE Cluster Coordinator Training 2010 www.workingatmcmaster.ca Functional competencies Persuading and influencing Coping with pressure and setbacks Deciding and initiating action Relating and networking Planning and organising Adapting and responding to change ACTIVELISTENING
CPIE Cluster Coordinator Training 2010 Active Listening Verbal & non-verbal cues to show interest gain additional information understand other perspectives Encouraging body language Clarify Listen Ask questions
CPIE Cluster Coordinator Training 2010 In pairs, discuss… -What have you learnt about your own leadership style? -What might you do to develop your effectiveness as a leader? UseACTIVELISTENING