Ppt on leadership development and succession

Leadership that Guarantees a High-Performance Work Environment.

so 1)Allows for mistakes, focuses on solutions for growth and development 1)Addresses behavior & performance issues promptly, directly & respectfully 1)Has regular discussions to learn how they can help their people do their jobs easier & better Leadership Traits of the Goldilocks’ Leader? Goldilocks’ Leadership Creates a Team that … © 2012 Weisman Success Resources, Inc. Goldilocks’ Leadership Creates a Team that … ① Is results oriented ② Takes initiative & ownership/


©BANKSETA 2008 ENABLING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IN THE BANKING SECTOR BANKSETA Womans Development Programme Class of 2008.

Finale: Action Learning What the BLEEP do we know? Management and Leadership Competence – Core Leadership Model Demonstrate Personal Character Mobilise Individual Commitment for Change Set Direction Create High Performance Organisation Relational: Contributes to others tasks Instrumental: Maximises interactions Direct: Masters own tasks Recruitment Succession Planning Performance Development discussions Remuneration Systems Leadership Training Journey Continues International Learning Experience to India


Road To Success 2013-14 RP Campaign Centralized Training: Sept. 6.

Tips Topics E-Training Summary, Next Steps & All your Questions answered Road To Success 2013-14 RP Campaign $2.3 million Next Exit Distance: 10 months THE FUNDS/ E ngineers in A SHRAE Members who are 35 & younger Supporting Leadership Weekend Industry Training Professional Development ASHRAE Membership RP Goal: $10,000 Great For: YEA members,/dont care about stuff because they always give Ignore their support, contributions, and history with the Chapter NOT ask for their renewed support Giving is always/


TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP

will make us proud? SUCCESSFUL VISION CONT… Second stage Internal & external needs analysis Identify factors team must achieve to remain viable & productive & develop Formal tools - SWOT/ one’s own skills & lack thereof - professional development Case Study…transformational leadership in action Implementation in the Nursing Saudization Department Steps in/is thus imperative that senior managers and leaders including nurses, mentor Saudi nurses into positions of leadership. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT To all the nurses /


SWPB Action Planning for District Leadership George Sugai & Susan Barrettt OSEP Center on PBIS University of Connecticut February 14, 2008 www.pbis.org.

positive, systemic, & continuous Features of school-wide positive behavior support (practices & systems) Role/importance of district leadership, coordination, & capacity Main Messages Good TeachingBehavior Management Student Achievement Increasing District & State Competency and Capacity Investing in Outcomes, Data, Practices, and Systems RATIONALE Why SWPBS? SW-PBS Logic! Successful individual student behavior support is linked to host environments or school climates that are effective, efficient, relevant/


The Toastmasters Educational Program The Successful Club Series 300.

Program or a Youth Leadership Program (Success/Leadership, Success/Communication and Youth Leadership programs may not be those completed for any previous award).  Coached a new member with the first three speech projects. Advanced Communicator Gold (ACG) 6 Eligibility  It’s the core of the leadership track.  Contains 10 leadership projects.  Develops basic skills leaders need.  Upon completion, an award is given.  Every member should strive to achieve this/


Jenny Au, DTM THE SUCCESSFUL CLUB SERIES TOASTMASTERS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM 1.

Jenny Au, DTM THE SUCCESSFUL CLUB SERIES TOASTMASTERS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM 1 COMMUNICATION AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT TI Educational Program is to develop Communication & Leadership skills Both Communication & Leadership tracks are not mutually exclusive; you can do both at the same time You progress along each track by working through a series of manuals 2 Communications Track Leadership Track 3 COMMUNICATIONS TRACK New members begin with the Competent Communication (CC) manual/


An Educational Leadership Framework Based on Traditional and Contemporary Leadership Theories TNG Cheong Sing Monash University 1.

Ogawa & Adams 1995, p. 567) 4 Generic organizational leadership functions Align tasks with objectives & strategies Build commitment, optimism, trust & cooperation Develop & empower subordinates Encourage & facilitate collective learning Interpret complex /and assessment practices 3.Facilitate communities of learning 4.Confront barriers in cultures & structures of schools 5.Translate ideas into sustainable actions 6.Nurture success culture (Crowther et al. 2002) 6 Themes for literature on teacher leadership/


Strategic Business Leadership Executive Education Seminar August 2014 STRATEGIC BUSINESS LEADERSHIP Strategic Thinking & the Strategic Management of Change.

“To grow to 17,000 financial advisors by offering trusted and convenient face-to-face financial advice to conservative individual investors who/develop our competitive advantage – How to allocate our resources WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF KEY SUCCESS FACTOR ANALYSIS? © Geringer & Associates, Inc. INDUSTRY LIFE CYCLE INFLUENCES KEY SUCCESS/ Operational Excellence Low costs Good standard quality & service Process synchronization Product leadership State-of-the-art products / offerings Speed to market Customer focus /


1 WARFIGHTER SUPPORT ENHANCEMENT STEWARDSHIP EXCELLENCE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT WARFIGHTER-FOCUSED, GLOBALLY RESPONSIVE, FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN.

CHANGE 0314 TO DOD 4000.25-7-M 08 MAR 2014 THE FOLLOWING CHANGES ARE EFFECTIVE 07 MARCH 2014 AND WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE NEXT UPDATE TO THE DAAS WEB SITE. IN THE FUND CODE COL.; **=/EXCELLENCE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT WARFIGHTER-FOCUSED, GLOBALLY RESPONSIVE, FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERSHIP 33 Web Fund Code FCB – Add Successful 34 WARFIGHTER SUPPORT ENHANCEMENT STEWARDSHIP EXCELLENCE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT WARFIGHTER-FOCUSED, GLOBALLY RESPONSIVE, FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERSHIP 34 /


Success is what counts. 1 Committed Leadership Is More than Lip Service: How Administrative Leaders Can Support Interventions from the Ground Up Larry.

a first-year-experience course as one of their key student success interventions… Have incorporated professional development as a key intervention… Success is what counts. 14 Both colleges are ATD Leader Colleges! Success is what counts. 15 But the continuity of Presidential leadership has differed at the two institutions, as Brazosport has enjoyed the leadership of the same President since 1996, while COM has been under/


Www.dendron.org.uk Introducing DeNDRoN East Anglia What is DeNDRoN? What does it do? What is the evidence it is successful? Where next?

? What is the evidence it is successful? Where next? www.dendron.org.uk DeNDRoN is a managed network not an organisation net·work / ‘net 1 wərk/ n. 1. a group or system of interconnected people or organisations www.dendron.org.uk DeNDRoN Aims to: –Support development & delivery of clinical research in dementia & neurodegenerative diseases By: –Providing leadership & administrative support to allow the/


PBIS Leadership: Arranging Opportunities for Successful Implementation George Sugai University of Connecticut National Technical.

PBIS Leadership: Arranging Opportunities for Successful Implementation George Sugai University of Connecticut George.sugai@uconn.edu National Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions & Support Center on Behavioral Education and Research www.pbis.org www.neswpbs.org Jin An, Jack, Randy, Ronnie Past & present Wingers Participants Praise & Acknowledgement PURPOSE A couple of leadership lessons from PBIS implementation (& from yesterday & today!) Sneak in reinforcement of things/


SUCCESSION PLANNING Mark Climie-Elliott, CFRE Catherine Wemette, CAE September 15, 2009.

must have held before being eligible for a board leadership role Hold social gatherings and networking opportunities to seek those who may have an interest in board service Ideas & Solutions Develop a Board Recruitment Matrix (skills/expertise/diversity) Include co-chairs/chairs-elect in board meetings so they are knowledgeable about the issues Make succession planning a regular board meeting agenda item Plan far/


Section 2A - 1 DENR August 22, 2007 Succession Planning/ Application of the Leadership Influence Factor Joe Stowe, Jr. CH2M HILL Presented at DENR Manager’s.

August 22, 2007 Section 2A - 2 DENR August 22, 2007 Guiding Principles of Succession Planning Succession Planning represents an opportunity for any organization Focus should be on protection of existing people resources since minimal cost is involved and it is the right thing to do Leadership Training programs should be developed and used Our people are our greatest asset, we need to do what’s right/


WARFIGHTER-FOCUSED, GLOBALLY RESPONSIVE, FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERSHIP 1:00–Meeting (4008) 1 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY AMERICA’S COMBAT LOGISTICS.

LEADERSHIP 1:00–Meeting (4008) 4 WARFIGHTER-FOCUSED, GLOBALLY RESPONSIVE, FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERSHIP DLA Transaction Services is completing application development and /LEADERSHIP FCA – Add Successful WARFIGHTER-FOCUSED, GLOBALLY RESPONSIVE, FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERSHIP 1:00–Meeting (4008) 12 WARFIGHTER-FOCUSED, GLOBALLY RESPONSIVE, FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERSHIP FCA - Change WARFIGHTER-FOCUSED, GLOBALLY RESPONSIVE, FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERSHIP/


© 2010. RealTime Performance, Inc & Impact Achievement Group, inc. Myth or Reality: Leadership Development ROI An Introduction to the 5As Framework Sean.

or Reality: Leadership Development ROI An Introduction to the 5As Framework Sean Murray, CEO RealTime Performance, Inc. Lee Klepinger, CEO/President Impact Achievement Group, Inc. Dave Valentine, Leadership & Training Implementation Manager The Kroger Co. 2 3 4 Did You Apply What You Learned? © 2010. RealTime Performance, Inc. & IAG Did Not Apply Training AppliedTraining 5 What is preventing learners from achieving business success? or Organizational/


FCCLA Webquest FCCLA is her to help members, like yourself, travel beyond their limits. Joining FCCLA will broaden your creative thinking, allow you.

, allow you to experience leadership, build life skills, and create new friendships. 1. What does FCCLA stand for? Family, Career and Community Leaders of America 2/or sharpen skills useful in business Take the Lead — Develop leadership qualities Speak Out for FCCLA — Tell others about positive experiences in FCCLA. /guides youth to link their options, look at career pathways & their skills to build success in their families, careers & communities by— discovering their strengths, targeting career goals /


Facilitating leadership continuity, building talent and capacity within the National System of Innovation (NSI). A Competency or Leadership Dilemma? LIASA.

assessment tools – KPA, PDP, PDC Prepare individual development plans Assign mentors and coaches Provide training & development opportunities Integrate it with EE, Skills Development & other HR initiatives Recruit the right people Retain your top talent Organisational Realities Changing world of work…. Leadership dilemmas – transformational vs transactional Effective succession planning essential tool to address diversity and leadership Succession planning becoming a Board/Council priority Competitive/


Leadership Skills for Mid Career Faculty Douglas A. Girod, MD FACS.

–Disruptive physician clauses in bylaws of medical staff and state boards Successful Leadership Skills Leadership skills carry over between different environments (business, military, medicine, etc) Successful skill sets have been defined and are in demand Learning Successful Leadership Skills Formal training –Leadership series University/School courses –Seminars Edwards Campus Non-medical –Formal Leadership Courses Harvard Course: Leadership Development for Physicians in Academic Health Centers AAMC – New/


EMERGENT LEADERSHIP SANDRA WATSON, M.B.A. COLUMBUS IIBA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY 2014.

of Big Data What is emergent leadership? Emergent leadership is a type of leadership in which a group member is not appointed or elected to the leadership role; rather, leadership develops over time as a result of the groups interaction. The most successful companies are focused on this new /required-for-emergent-leadership 8/27/14 What is emergent leadership? French writer Antoine de Saint Exupéry: If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but /


The Pathway to Success Leadership Consortium Goal 2 – Initiative 3.

community are actively engaged in personal growth to become productive, effective leaders in their roles at ISU and beyond. The Pathway to Success Methods The Consortium is realizing its purpose through the following priorities: Student Leadership Programs Curriculum Development Mini-Grants Research Leadership Consortium Office The Pathway to Success Benchmarks Initiative BenchmarkFall 2010 Fall 2011 Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Fall 2014 Number of students involved in/


Our Time is NOW MidAmerica Leadership Academy: Developing High Potential Leaders Within Oct 2, 2014 Katrina Greene Director, Organizational Development.

Our Time is NOW Program Purpose A 12-month development program, targeting high-potential leaders to reach higher levels of success and produce better results for their organizations. 2 Our Time is NOW Leadership Academy Objectives Gain valuable developmental feedback through 360° Assessment Attend didactic workshops to enhance HCA Leadership Competencies Learn how to coach others effectively and build dynamic teams Build strategic relationships across Division/


Leading the Club to Success 領導分會邁向成功 Club Officer Training 分會幹部訓練 By Eric Liang 梁守誠 2014/06/21.

鳥故事 www.toastmasters.org  Practical experience in a safe environment 在安全環境中學到有用經驗  Leadership skill development 領導技能發展  Personal and professional opportunities 個人的和專業的機會  Building the club’s legacy 建立分會傳承 Leadership Benefits 領導的好處 www.toastmasters.org  Motivating team members 激勵夥伴  Delegating tasks 授權工作任務  Coaching team members 輔導夥伴  Setting realistic and attainable goals 設定實 際且可達到的目標 Tools of Successful Leaders 做法 www.toastmasters.org  Understand what motivates each person. 了 解每個人的動因。  Focus/


Challenges of World Leadership Cold War Events of the 1940s & 1950s.

Korea under the leadership of Syngman Rhee. After World War II, the Republic of Korea was established in South Korea under the leadership of Syngman Rhee./. Space Race Begins In 1957, the Soviets successfully launched the space satellite Sputnik, beating the U.S. into space and sparking another rivalry. U.S. Highway System/provided skilled workers in the areas of education, agriculture, health, technology, & community development to work in the underdeveloped nations of the world. In August 1961 the Kennedy /


Strategic Leadership Defined 1 STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP DEFINED.

sold out to Compaq in 1998 Strategic Leadership Defined 13 Relevance to GGGS action and improvement Strategic Leaders = good managers + good leaders = action and improvement continuous process Strategic Leadership = continuous process thinkplanreflect happen “It /term goals Creates ownership Builds partnerships Leads by example Has a succession plan Strategic Leadership Defined 23 Needs to Develop balance - short & long term Develop strategic leadership in self & others Turn vision into reality Turn words /


National Grange Leadership/Membership Development Department © Copyright National Grange 2003.

Satisfaction Personal Needs 1. Friendships 2. Fun & enjoyment 3. Family based 4. Leadership skills development 5. Networking – job, career, personal 6. Education – knowledge 7. Opportunity/and material needs Improvement – Our Key To Success Customer Satisfaction Of our members Of the community They recognize that the Grange is relevant to them They believe the Grange has value to them Add Value to Grange Membership Quality Service to Members and the Community National Grange Leadership/Membership Development/


Leadership Development: a vision for the future Presented by Maricela Rios and Laura Sunday.

vision for the future Presented by Maricela Rios and Laura Sunday Why leadership development Leadership Bingo Workshop Objectives Identify points within your organization to develop a leadership pipeline.Identify points within your organization to develop a leadership pipeline. Learn ways to create an asset based environment.Learn ways to create an asset based environment. Explore shared-leadership models.Explore shared-leadership models. Be exposed to Butterfly LogicBe exposed to Butterfly/


Better Than Success Eight Principles of Faithful Leadership By Dr. C. Jeff Woods.

Better Than Success Eight Principles of Faithful Leadership By Dr. C. Jeff Woods The story of a successful church How can we emphasize Faithfulness Over Success? Faithful leaders allow God to / for opportunities …2 Chronicles 16:9 …God hunts for the “Here am I’s..” …Never stop growing and learning. Prepare your organization …Leadership development …Member development …Organizational slack. Faithful leaders use constructive silence How do you cope with this chatty society? Cholesterol –Good: Reflection/


County Commissioners Association of Ohio Implementing Success Strategies County Economic Development Symposium June 24-25, 2015 June 25, 2015Final Session1.

of Ohio Implementing Success Strategies County Economic Development Symposium June 24-25, 2015 June 25, 2015Final Session1 Mark Barbash, Finance Fund Greg Davis, OSU Extension Community Development June 25, 2015Final Session2 The Critical Role of Counties in Economic Development Workforce Development: Infrastructure: Tax Incentives: Community Leadership: June 25, 2015Final Session3 Counties have critical roles in four areas of Economic Development Workforce Development: – Workforce Development is the/


CVE 5074 Leading Construction Operations Organizational Leadership Part III – Directing & Delegating.

are not interrupted 7. Communications are authenticated as valid Organizational Leadership 1. Motivation of individuals 2. Shaping the organization 3./ to subordinates Must tailor to task and subordinatesMust tailor to task and subordinates Releases the total capacity of the/development/experienceConsider employee development/experience Decide which tasks to retainDecide which tasks to retain –Consider your own expertise –Consider your time –Consider importance of the task –Consider relation to success/


Teaching & Learning & Curriculum Leadership Program 2007.

: You DO have a role in leading teaching & learning Developing your vision for T&L Implementing your vision Prof Sandra Wills My Personal Philosophy of Teaching & Learning Prof Sandra Wills engaging fun active authentic people-oriented collaborative technology-enhanced …in a context that is multicultural and international Prof Sandra Wills Literature in Leadership of L&T Australian Learning & Teaching Council Geraldine Lefoe et/


Successful strategies for improving outcomes through quality assessment and evaluation of programs Leadership Conference Winston Salem, NC June 2013 1.

and evaluation of programs Leadership Conference Winston Salem, NC June 2013 1 Objectives Outline strategies for improving outcomes Provide an overview of quality assessment in the evaluation of nursing education programs Identify steps to ensure program excellence 2 Strategy Carefully devise plan of action to achieve a goal Carry out your plan How do we strategize to develop/ within evaluation plan 17 Successful strategies for improving outcomes through quality assessment & evaluation of programs NLNAC CCNE/


1 © Development Dimensions Intl, Inc., MMV. All rights reserved. 1 Succession Planning Overview STATE ACTION FOR EDUCATION LEADERSHIP PROJECT Follow-up.

Pools) Acceleration Pool Organization Need BOrganization Need AOrganization Need C 5 © Development Dimensions Intl, Inc., MMV. All rights reserved. 5 Identifying Potential Success Profile Diagnosing Devt Needs Prescribing Solutions Ensuring Development Reviewing Progress Planning Acceleration Pools Building Leadership Succession Planning Approach 6 © Development Dimensions Intl, Inc., MMV. All rights reserved. 6 A Leadership Success Profile Needs to Consider the Whole Person PERFORMANCE EXPERIENCE What I/


1 © Development Dimensions Intl, Inc., MMV. All rights reserved. 1 Succession Planning Overview STATE ACTION FOR EDUCATION LEADERSHIP PROJECT Succession.

organizations surveyed report that they are not prepared to deal with the leadership crisis. - Development Dimensions International, 2001 10 © Development Dimensions Intl, Inc., MMV. All rights reserved. 10 Leadership Development and Succession Planning is a Top Priority Top 5 management issues; up 25% (700 Global Executives, Conference Board, 2002) 78%: Most Important/Top 5 Business Success Factors (950 Executives, CEO Magazine/CCL, 2002) 91%: Top Enabler for Business/


(c) 2008 Susan Schubert 614.864.5111 Associates 1 Emotionally Intelligent Leadership Presented by Susan Schubert SCHUBERT-KRAVITZ.

leadership styles? What is the best style for specific situational climates? What are the keys to success? (c) 2008 Susan Schubert 614.864.5111 Susan@Schubert-Kravitz Associates 5 What is it? Ability to manage ourselves and our relationships effectively Use feelings in a positive and/ 2008 Susan Schubert 614.864.5111 Susan@Schubert-Kravitz Associates 14 Best Style For Specific Situational Climates Develop Others: Coaching OVERALL IMPACT +.42 (c) 2008 Susan Schubert 614.864.5111 Susan@Schubert-Kravitz /


SW PBS: Training for Coaching Capacity MD PBIS Leadership Team George Sugai & Teri Lewis-Palmer OSEP Center on PBIS University of Connecticut July 18,

Leadership Team George Sugai & Teri Lewis-Palmer OSEP Center on PBIS University of Connecticut July 18, 2005 George.Sugai@uconn.edu www.PBIS.org www.SWIS.org Purpose Discuss importance of coaching capacity Review coaching basics Provide guidelines for effective coaching Problem Statement “We give schools strategies & systems for developing/for transmission of the accumulated knowledge and wisdom of a culture” (/ prompting, celebrating, problem solving, etc. Successful Coaching starts by “knowing the basics” /


Team Leadership (Northouse, 2001) Jim Spee Spring 2003.

function -- development Developing a positive climate Solving interpersonal problems Satisfying member needs Developing cohesion Key success factors Positive climate Good relations High performance (Assumes that the two are related) Critical Leadership Functions (/ splitting-Structuring information –Take action Facilitate decision making Manage interpersonal relaions Outcomes (Hackman and Walton, 1986) Clear direction Enabling structure Enabling context Expert coaching Adequate resources Characteristics /


Leadership & Organizational Change

Leadership Theories Successful leaders have either: Analyzed situational factors & adapted their leadership style to them. Altered the factors to match their style. No one best style of leadership exists. Leadership is a function of forces in the leader, the followers, & the situation. ©2004 Pearson Education, Inc. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey 07458 Implications of Leadership Theories Effective leaders: Develop/ Examination of one’s personal characteristics Development and execution of plans to change one /


300 Formula for Success Bob Baxter DTM,PDG

from The Better Speaker Series and/or The Successful Club Series  Achieved ACS award 6 Advanced Communicator Gold (ACG) Eligibility Requirements  Completed two additional advanced manuals  Completed Success/Leadership Series, Success/Communication Series (including Speechcraft), or a Youth Leadership  Coached a new member with the first three speech projects  Core of the leadership track  10 leadership projects  Develops basic skills leaders need 7 Leadership Track The Competent Leader  Achieved/


Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow Succession Planning for Your Chapter.

Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow Succession Planning for Your Chapter What is Succession Planning Succession planning is a process for identifying and developing members with the potential to fill key leadership positions in the organization. A system of recruitment, training, and replacement is maintained to ensure chapter leadership Long term investment in leadership talent Can be adapted for personal planning JCI Mission To provide development opportunities that empower young people/


SUCCESSION START UP Sustaining Success District Leadership Initiatives, Region 13 ©2013 Region 13.

? Let’s Stop Gambling on School Performance and Plan for Principal Succession. Atlanta, GA: Southern Regional Education Board. Beck, R.J. (2012, April 10). Building a Talent Machine. Retrieved from businessjournalgallup.com: http://businessjournal.gallup.com/content/153683/building-talent-machine.aspx http://businessjournal.gallup.com/content/153683/building-talent-machine.aspx Division for Leadership Development. (2006). Leadership Succession Planning Guide for Maryland Schools. Baltimore, MD/


Leadership Development Chapter 12. “Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.” ~Peter F. Drucker.

6 months) –Consolidation (3-9 months) –Refinement Managing Transitions Recognize that taking charge takes time Develop effective working relationships immediately Assess and act on prior experience Clarify expectations Succession Planning Successful programs have: –Participation and support from top management –Include all levels of leadership –Organizational needs assessment –Competency focused –Accountability –DevelopmentLeadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because/


Achieving Leadership Positions In The Booming (Bumpy?) BioTech Sector Dinesh V. Patel, Ph.D. Vice President, Drug Discovery Versicor Inc. 34790 ArdenTech.

is in the right Direction. Winston Churchill 7 Laws of Success in a Public BioTech: Research & Management Leadership 1 Technical: Know-how. Awareness & Respect for other disciplines/ danger in blind conservatism. Henry George Versicor: A Fully-Integrated Infectious Disease Drug Development & Discovery Company 6) Ligase HTS (Novartis) 7) Small mol leads Genomics 5/a CEO (Leader) : J. Fox Get & Keep Customers Arrive 45 minutes early and leave 15 minutes late. Never Panic….or Lose your Temper. Don’t have a /


SW PBS: Training for Coaching Capacity MD PBIS Leadership Team George Sugai & Teri Lewis-Palmer OSEP Center on PBIS University of Connecticut July 18,

Leadership Team George Sugai & Teri Lewis-Palmer OSEP Center on PBIS University of Connecticut July 18, 2005 George.Sugai@uconn.edu www.PBIS.org www.SWIS.org Purpose Discuss importance of coaching capacity Review coaching basics Provide guidelines for effective coaching Problem Statement “We give schools strategies & systems for developing/for transmission of the accumulated knowledge and wisdom of a culture” (/ prompting, celebrating, problem solving, etc. Successful Coaching starts by “knowing the basics” /


G RANT W OOD A REA E DUCATION A GENCY Developing Leadership to Meet the Needs of A Changing Context Contemporary School Leadership Dr. Ron Fielder, Chief.

, President, PKR, Inc., Bozeman, MT Ms. Debra J. Corson, Planning & Development Specialist, Grant Wood AEA Why CSL? Administrator shortage Part of mission and passion Changing leadership demands –Socio-cultural system where people: Have choice Learn and think Expect to be heard Have great potential Need for distributed leadership Contemporary School Leadership Our mission statement – to ensure success for all learners. What is CSL? Diversified cadre approach Nominated/


1. 2 Membership _________________ Leadership 3 4 MERL GMT/GLT.

Joint Committee Recommendations Redesign structure Integrate GMT & DG Teams Enhance coordination Increase accountability Emphasize retention Establish leadership development platform 8 Continued growth Improved club success Enhanced leadership quality 9 DG Teams GMTGLT 10 11 GMT Develop and grow new members & clubs Develop club success to realize long term retention GLT Identify & develop future leaders at all levels Train, educate & “coach” existing leaders for best performance 12 13 14 Purpose/


Strategic Business Leadership Executive Education Seminar June 2015 STRATEGIC BUSINESS LEADERSHIP Strategic Thinking & the Strategic Management of Change.

: “To grow to 17,000 financial advisors by offering trusted and convenient face-to-face financial advice to conservative individual investors who /Operational Excellence Low costs Good standard quality & service Process synchronization Product leadership State-of-the-art products / offerings Speed to market Customer focus/ COMPETENCE GAPS & STRATEGIC ALTERNATIVES StrategyEnvironment Key Success FactorsCompetencies Competency Gap Internal Development Acquisition Strategic Alliance © by Geringer & Associates/


Stages of Team Development 4 Stages of Team Development Forming Storming Norming Perfoming.

-fulfilling prophecies about how long each stage will last. Team Development A team may sometimes regress to an earlier stage. It is possible for a team to be in different stages with respect to different aspects of its mission. Sources National Youth Leadership Training. Boy Scouts of America, 2005. K. Blanchard, D. Carew, and E. Parisi- Carew, The One Minute Manager ® Builds High/


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Success (302) 698-1597 (302) 698-1597 www.elevationsunlimited.us Sphere of Control Sphere of Influence ?? Assessing Obstacles (302) 698-1597 (302) 698-1597 www.elevationsunlimited.us Overcoming Your Obstacles: Strategies Attitude Development Personal Leadership Skill Development Organizational Alignment Individual Alignment (302) 698-1597 (302) 698-1597 www.elevationsunlimited.us Attitude Skills Knowledge 15% 85% 95% of all Training & Development Dollars are spent on Knowledge and/


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