Ppt on self awareness and leadership


the Root of the Problem 12. Take Systemic Action 1. Leadership 2. Teamwork 3. Self-Assessment 4. Guiding Principles 5. Develop Your Plan 6. Awareness Campaign 7. Data Collection Strategy ACTION STEPS 38 8. Gaps and Opportunities 9. Prioritize 10. PIPs 11. Get to the Root of the Problem 12. Take Systemic Action Leadership Responsibility and Accountability 39 Create a culture to support QAPI Develop a/

Leadership Strengths A Core Leadership Attribute Seminar on Self-Assessment Created By: Sheryl L. Heron, MD, MPH, FACEP Assoc. Professor/Associate Residency.

Reflection-on-action Reflection-in-action Self-Assessment – Leadership Strengths 39 Self-Assessment - Self-Awareness Insight Compare perceptions Acknowledge shortcomings Resolve to improve Incorporate feedback John Baldoni. How to Crack the Self-Awareness Paradigm. http://blogs.hbr.org/baldoni/2009/12/ cracking_the_self_awareness_pa.html Self-Assessment – Leadership Strengths 40 Self-Assessment - Self-Awareness Self-regulating professionals … must systematically and intentionally elicit the views of others/

Finnish Urban School Teachers Evaluations on Principals Emotional Leadership Competencies Petri Nokelainen and Kirsi Tirri University of Helsinki, Finland.

that EI meets traditional criteria for intelligence. –Mixed models combine the ability conception of EI with numerous self-reported attributes including optimism, self-awareness, and self-actualisation. (Brackett et al., 2004.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 2.3 Self-regulation as a System Concept Managing EL Competencies Emotional Leadership Questionnaire (ELQ) was developed to measure leader’s EI as perceived by his/her subordinates. In a conceptual/

Human Behavior and the Social Environment, Macro Level: Groups, Communities, and Organizations (second edition) Katherine van Wormer Fred H. Besthorn Copyright.

drawn to Abu Ghraib Psychological processes of dehumanization and deindividuation, or a state of lessened self-awareness Psychological processes of dehumanization and deindividuation, or a state of lessened self-awareness Aronson (2004) had female students administer electric /perform many tasks In interest of social justice, flexibility of leader to perform many tasks Traditional leadership theories: Traditional leadership theories: Trait theory – great man or great person Trait theory – great man or great/

Tribal Inspired Leadership Training October, 2010.

elements of Emotional Intelligence (EI) Learn to apply competencies and components of Emotional Intelligence (EI) in leadership roles. Identify Primal Leadership qualities. Define the concepts of Resonance and Management of Meaning. 112 Which of the following are key elements of emotional intelligence? Self-awareness Self-management Social-awareness Relationship management All of the above Test Your Knowledge 113 Primal leadership is best described as: Impacting employees by setting the/

Arabian Human Resource Management Society May 18, 2008 Resonant Leadership: Inspiring Us and Developing Others to Be Our Best Richard E. Boyatzis, PhD,

Intelligence model as described in Goleman, Boyatzis, and McKee’s 2002 book, Primal Leadership, and Boyatzis and Goleman’s Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI) Emotional Intelligence The Self-awareness Cluster: Emotional self-awareness: recognizing our emotions and their effects Emotional Intelligence The Self-awareness Cluster: Emotional self-awareness: recognizing our emotions and their effects © Boyatzis and Goleman, 2006. The Self-management Cluster: Emotional inhibiting emotions in service/

2 Use Emotional Intelligence to Improve Performance as a Manager and Leader Illawarra Institute.

Emotional Intelligence –Includes managing one’s own and influencing others’ positive outlook/mood 15 What’s Similar Across EI & Leadership Competencies?  Similarities: Both include –Congruency of personal values and ethical behavior –Self-awareness, self-management and motivation –Awareness of others and social environment –Building relationships and working well with others 16 Self-Awareness Recognises how their feelings affect themselves and others Assess themselves realistically Has a deep understanding/

Leadership & Organizational Architectures Leadership Motivating change within organizations.

Philosophy Emotional Intelligence –Self Awareness, Self Management, Social Awareness, Social Skills Six Types of Leadership –I identify with four of the leadership styles: Authoritative, Affiliative, Democratic, Coaching Leadership 5 –The key ones for me are: First Who… Then What, Simplicity, a Culture of Discipline. Leadership & Organizational Architectures Emotional Intelligence Self Awareness Emotional self-awareness: Ability to read and understand your emotions. Self-Management Self-Control: the ability/

The Level 3 Award in Higher Sports Leadership Unit 1 Introduction to Higher Sports Leadership.

Personal & Social Development Confidence Self – Esteem SelfAwareness Awareness of others Co-operative skills Organisational skills Leadership skills Equality & Justice OHT 3.23 When writing a Code of Conduct the following issues should be considered: Has the leader planned well? Is the leader organised How does the leader interact? Are the children clear about the activity? Are all children succeeding and having fun? Is the activity/

Leadership Matters: Building Principals’ Capacity in Title I Schools and Districts Ann Cunningham-Morris ASCD Author & Faculty Member

in my school, our current reality and needs, and my leadership role? How responsive am I to the results of my assessment and the changing needs of the school community? Capability to Adjust Actions Awareness of Leadership Context Intentionality of Actions Ability to Accurately Assess More Connections to Principal Continuum of Self Reflection Fig. 2.2: P-CSR Describing Instructional Leadership Copyright © 2015 ASCD: The Principal Influence: A/

Identify at least four of Pfeffer’s people-centered practices, and define the term management. Contrast McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y assumptions about.

reserved. Skills & Best Practices: How to Develop Personal and Social Competence Through Emotional Intelligence Personal Competence Self-Awareness Emotional self-awareness Accurate self-assessment Self-confidence Self-Management Emotional self-control Transparency Adaptability Achievement Initiative Optimism Social Competence Social Awareness Empathy Organizational awareness Service Relationship Management Inspirational leadership Influence Developing others Change catalyst Conflict management Building/

Developing Your Leadership Brand Lessons from Bootstrap Leadership Best Practices Institute August, 2012.

Priority Setter People Developer Values Diversity Self-Aware Thinking; Doing; Being What’s Your Leadership Brand? 19 Coach Respectful Insightful Humorous/Self-Aware Thinking; Doing; Being; Developing What’s Your Leadership Brand? 20 How do I do it? 21 3. Enhance 5 Critical Skills 4. Plan Your Impact 1. Develop Your Leadership Point of View 2. Understand Your Leadership Brand 5. Reflect A Leadership Self Development Plan Enhance 5 Critical Skills 22 1.Develop the Vision, Mission & Strategy 2.Delegate and/

Leadership WebXam Review. Vocabulary Term The art of motivating a group of people towards a common goal Leadership.

awareness B. Self-awareness C. Self-management D. Relationship management Effective communication is an important part of relationship management in emotional intelligence. If you are able to listen carefully and use words and body language that accurately reflect your thoughts and /063 Emotional Intelligence Which of the following is an assumption that is associated with the participative style of leadership: A. Focuses on production rather than people B. Maintains complete control C. Values suggestions of /


BEHAVIOR WELCOME  Student Engagement & Activities  Career Services  PLC different from an academic class –No credit given –Opportunity to explore leadership knowledge and skills  Certificate at the end of the program AGENDA  Today’s focus: Self-Awareness and Personal Behavior  Upcoming workshops: –Group Dynamics & Conflict Resolution | February 1 st –Learning & Reasoning | March 7 th –Civic Responsibility | April 4 th –Strategic Planning | May 2 nd –End of/

Human Capital Risk Identifying Talent Beta for Mergers and Acquisitions and Private Equity

differentiates star performers How one manages their self- awareness and their relationships matters in: Conflict Management Coaching and Mentoring Influence Inspirational Leadership Teamwork 39 Social Awareness Self- Management Relationship Management Emotional intelligence is the distinguishing factor that draws others to us or repels them from us and the key to this begins with self-awareness Self-Awareness We can assess and measure the four quadrants and we can assess the impact emotional intelligence/


GITAU G.K. (GITAUGK.AC@GMAIL.COM) FOR JKUAT WESTLANDS, 2016 68 Level Two: Primary interest in the care of others (to gain their acceptance) (Self sacrifice and Social conformity). Transitional Phase: awareness of self relative to developing relationships with others: responsibility toward their care and needs. Level Three BY GITAU G.K. (GITAUGK.AC@GMAIL.COM) FOR JKUAT WESTLANDS, 2016 69 Level Three: Nonviolence/

Emotional Intelligence and Leadership

Essential Competencies of Emotional Intelligence Self-Awareness Self-Regulation Self-Motivation Empathy Effective Relationships Relate to Ourselves Relate to Others Dr. R. F. Harshberger - 10/30-31/07 Emotional Intelligence Personal Benefits of Emotional Intelligence Greater career success Stronger personal relationships Increased optimism and confidence Better health Dr. R. F. Harshberger - 10/30-31/07 Professional Benefits of Emotional Intelligence Effective leadership skills Improved communication Less/

Understanding and Using Your Executive View 360 Report Kenneth M. Nowack, Ph.D. 3435 Ocean Park Blvd, Suite 203 Santa Monica, CA 90405 (310) 452-5130 (310)

Engenders Trust Measures 22 Competencies Focusing on Performance Leadership, Change Leadership, Interpersonal Leadership and Intrapersonal Leadership 68 Behavioral Questions Online Administration Reliable and Valid Scales Comprehensive Summary Feedback Report Executive View 360 Features Executive View 360 (EV360) Competency Definitions and Conceptual Model Self-Awareness/Social Awareness Comparison Graphs EV360 Overall Competency Graphs (self and other comparisons) Most Frequent/Least Frequent Behavior/

Spiritual-based Leadership Leadership lessons learned from Nelson Mandela for the Health Industry Dr Rica Viljoen Dr Rica Viljoen.

success, recognition, peace of mind and happiness WHILE serving needs of all they serve with leadership when they lead with wisdom from a spiritual core, which may or may not be associated with an organised religion (Pruzan & Mikkelsen, 2004) Leadership Tendencies internationally Being aware of self – emotional intelligence Being aware of complexities – complexity handling ability Being aware of others – cultural intelligence Being aware of justice – moral intelligence Being/

Leadership Groups January-February 2014. 2013  Incident Sharing  Topics  PRIM Data  Lac Mégantic  Self-Assessment Tool  Transition.

October – CSChE-PSMD, Niagara Falls Replacement of Network Chairman Replacement of PRIM Leader Self Assessment Based on old HISAT, ACC PSM Code, CCPS, OECD, PSM Guide and Standard o Basic, Enhanced, Robust – done by subject PSM Engineer Survey: o knowledge-documentation-performance- investigation Executive Contact Survey: o management system-risk awareness-leadership Due date: April 1, 2014 PRIM 2012 DATA  Total of: - 36 Companies/

Columbus County Leadership Academy Summer 2009

/disciplines: Know links between grade/subject and the North Carolina Standard Course of Study Relate content to other disciplines Promote global awareness and its relevance Standard III: Teachers know the content they teach. D. Teachers make instruction relevant to students: Incorporate life skills which include leadership, ethics, accountability, adaptability, personal productivity, personal responsibility, people skills, self-direction, and social responsibility Demonstrate the relationship between the/

What Makes Smart Lawyers Fail – How to Increase Your Emotional Intelligence and Your Impact! Steve Roth Norma Formanek Dan Harper VP & General Counsel.

-be Employees Some EQ Considerations for Global Companies RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT Inspirational Leadership Developing Others Influence Change Catalyst Conflict Management Building Bonds Teamwork and Collaboration SOCIAL-AWARENESS Empathy Organizational Awareness Service Orientation SELF-AWARENESS Emotional Self-Awareness Accurate Self-Assessment Self-Confidence SELF MANAGEMENT Self-Control Transparency Adaptability Achievement Drive Initiative SELFSOCIAL RECOGNITION REGULATION EQ Savvy for International/


competencies determine how we manage ourselves Self-awareness-Knowing one’s internal states, preferences, resources, and intuitions Emotional awareness Recognizing one’s emotions and their effects Accurate self-assessment Knowing one’s strengths and limits Self-confidence A strong sense of one’s self-worth and capabilities Emotional Intelligence Self-regulation-Managing one’s internal states, impulses, and resources Self-control Keeping disruptive emotions and impulses in check Trustworthiness Maintaining/

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

in a positive and constructive way (c) 2008 Susan Schubert 614.864.5111 Susan@Schubert-Kravitz Associates 6 Components Self Awareness Self Management Social Awareness Social Skills & Diversity (c) 2008 Susan Schubert 614.864.5111 Susan@Schubert-Kravitz Associates 7 Drivers of Situational Climate Flexibility Responsibility Standards Rewards Clarity Commitment (c) 2008 Susan Schubert 614.864.5111 Susan@Schubert-Kravitz Associates 8 Six Leadership Styles Coercive/

1. 2 Authentic Leadership Development The process that draws upon a leader’s life course, psychological capital (hope, confidence, resilience, and optimism),

upon a leader’s life course, psychological capital (hope, confidence, resilience, and optimism), moral perspective, and a “highly developed” supporting organizational climate to produce greater self-awareness and self-regulated positive behaviors, which in turn foster continuous, positive self-development resulting in veritable, sustained performance. – Dr. Bruce J. Avolio (Research Advisor at University of Nebraska-Lincoln) N side Leadership  Knowing others is intelligence; knowing yourself is true wisdom/

Building a Thriving Team through Mindful Leadership Kanesha Lee Baynard University of Colorado at Boulder.

with high levels of personal discipline  Intelligence and a high level of emotional intelligence  Self-awareness  Genuine intentions  Understanding of the purpose of leadership  Building trustworthy relationships  Operating with high levels of personal discipline  Intelligence and a high level of emotional intelligence  Self-awareness -Bill George What comes to mind when you hear Mindful Leadership? Developing mindfulness Mindfulness – the awareness of one’s mental processes Understanding of how/

Leaders: Living with Discipline and Genuineness ACSI Leadership Summit July 29 th 2006 Colorado Springs, CO.

the Holy Spirit has made you overseers July 29, 2006ACSI-Leadership Academy 200619 A Model for Christ-centered Exemplary Leadership Love yourself Love your neighbor Exemplary Leader Genuine Leader Disciplined Leader Personal (Self) Self-AwareSelf- Management Social (Followers) Socially- Aware Relationship Management July 29, 2006ACSI-Leadership Academy 200620 The Genuine Leader is self-aware  Knowing your impulsive emotions and feelings  Understanding your internal compass – what is “true north” for/

Foundations of Team Leadership 5a-1 Foundations of Team Leadership Mental Model.

in the world They strongly influence how we see, think and act They may be revised through reflection and inquiry Self-Awareness & Communication Mental Models Foundations of Team Leadership 5a-3 While essential for navigation through life, mental models are intrinsically imperfect and potentially dangerous We can’t live with them and can’t live without them! Self-Awareness & Communication Mental Models Traps Our beliefs are the truth The/

Executive Leadership: Defining the Key Attributes of Leaders – a Practical Discussion on Change Management, Organizational Behavior, and Mentoring Attila.

a Learning Climate – Establish a career counseling program to help employees develop self-awareness and find ways to achieve their full potential – Establish voluntary skill assessment and feedback programs – Make pay increases partly dependent on skill development – Provide awards for innovations and improvements – Use symbols and slogans that embody values Leadership Succession An orderly process of identifying and grooming people to replace managers Succession planning is linked to/

Leadership for Change Programme Residential 1 Wednesday 25 th June – Thursday 26 th June Welcome!

systems 5. Designing a personal ‘safe-fail’Awareness of self 6. Critically reflecting on the challenge Adaptive action Forming Home Groups Purpose of Home Group is to enable and maximise learning on the programme Stay in place teams Not more than 3 Place Teams and 9 people per Home Group Similarity or difference of geography, systems leadership challenges – up to you to decide Will stay/

Leadership Chapter 10 – Authentic Leadership Northouse, 5th edition.

a lifetime (Avolio & Gardner, 2005) Can be triggered by major life events Leader behavior is grounded in positive psychological qualities and strong ethics Four authentic leadership components: Self-awareness Internalized moral perspective Balanced processing Relational transparency Authentic Leadership Defined Interpersonal Definition: Leadership is created by leaders and followers together (Eagly, 2005) Leaders need to obtain “buy in” from followers Intended outcomes achieved only when followers identify/

Review trait theory research, and the Leadership Grid as points of reference. Explain, according to Fiedler’s contingency model, how leadership style.

Inc. All rights reserved. Emotional Intelligence McGraw-Hill/Irwin © 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Self-Awareness, Self-Esteem, Self- confidence Self-Control in all situations: self-regulation Leadership Decisiveness, decision-making Motivation- of self and others Conflict Management, negotiation Stress management and reduction Support and sensitivity to others Communication Teamwork, relationships McGraw-Hill © 2005 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Management/

Creating the Future: Building Values-Based Leadership National Symposium - Their Lives, Our Work Niran Jiang May 17, 2007 www.ihexcellence.org.

and those of others… …to motivate ourselves and managing our emotions well in ourselves and in our relationships. Daniel Goleman 1995 Cultivating Human Excellence in People and Organisations Copy right contents, not to be used for commercial purposes without prior permission from IHE 23 THE QUADRANTS OF EQ Actions Awareness SelfOthers Self Awareness/ (4) October 2004 Cultural Transformation Tools/The XLR8 Team, Inc. Leadership Values Assessment LEGEND Orange = Values matchP = Positive I = Individual /

Leadership OBHR Section 3 Class 6 March 5, 2009. 2 “What Leaders Really Do” (Kotter) ManagementLeadership Coping with complexityCoping with change Planning.

To Ask Yourself: Self-Awareness Can I accurately identify my own emotions and tendencies as they happen? Self-Management Can I manage my emotions and behavior to a positive outcome? Social Awareness Can I accurately identify others’ emotions and tendencies as I interact with them? Relationship Management Can I manage the interactions I have with others constructively and to a positive outcome? 10 Authentic Leadership What does it look/

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA+ Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability Class 2, Leadership BA 521 Winter, 2011 Sully Taylor.

to conflict. MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA+ Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability Purpose & Presence: Self-Awareness and Social Awareness MBTI MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA+ Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability Our Definition of Leadership Effective leaders believe they are shaping the future and act in ways that model this belief. They think with the future in mind and act with strategic intent. Risk-taking is embraced and failure accepted as a necessary part of/

Leadership: Understanding its Global Impact

Chapter 3: Developing self awareness 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 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/

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA+ Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability Day 2, Leadership BA 508 Fall, 2010 Sully Taylor.

with my purpose, my game? What is my personal brand? –relevant? –unique? –consistent? MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA+ Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability Purpose & Presence: Self-Awareness and Social Awareness MBTI MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA+ Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability Nine Essential Leadership Dimensions Based on three “admit to” competencies –baseline requirements (Integrity, Initiative & Learning Agility) Two interpersonal competencies –emphasize working well/

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA+ Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability Leadership Development BA 521 Sully Taylor.

Components of Emotional Intelligence Source: Daniel Goleman, Primal Leadership and other materials Awareness Management Self Others Self-Awareness/ Assessment Social Awareness/ Empathy Self-Control/ Adaptability Relationship-Building/ Teamwork MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA+ Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability Emotional Intelligence Leadership Self-Awareness Social Awareness Self Management Relationship Management Purpose Presence Practice Partners MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION/

Public Health Preparedness & Leadership Louis Rowitz, PhD Director Mid-America Regional Public Health Leadership Institute.

A Framework of Emotional Competencies p. 28 Cherniss and Goleman Leadership Style EI Competencies Objective Visionary Self-confidence, Empathy, Change Catalyst, Visionary Leadership Mobilize others to follow a vision Affiliative Empathy Building Bonds, Conflict Management Create harmony Democratic Teamwork and Collaboration, Communication Build commitment through participation Coaching Developing Others, Empathy, Emotional Self-Awareness Build strengths for the future Coercive Achievement Drive/

The Church: Leading by Example

possible Hope Africa - Christian Leadership and Management Hope Africa - Christian Leadership and Management EI- Personal Competence These competencies determine how we manage ourselves. Self-Awareness - Knowing one’s internal states, preferences, resources and intuitions Emotional Awareness: Recognising one’s emotions and their effects Accurate self-assessment : Knowing one’s strengths and limits Self-confidence: A strong sense of ones self worth and capabilities Self-Regulation - Managing one’s internal/

Organizational Leadership and Ethical Climate in Utah’s Certified Public Accounting Profession (90-minute Presentation Slides) by Jeffrey N. Barnes, CPA,

and Recommendations FSGO Regulations Effect on Ethical Climates Instrumental leadership style places the leader’s self-interest above others, depicts leaders the company mostly out for themselves, disallows room for personal morality, accepts substandard work product, so along as the company is not harmed. Basically, instrumental leadership is antithetical to the objectives of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations. When Utah accounting professionals are aware/

Emotional intelligence: Value and limitations in leadership communication Richard Rock Communication Strategies for Leaders/ORG423 Colorado State University.

emotional measures (Offerman, Kennedy Jr., & Wirtz, 1994) –Authentic Leadership Theory includes self-awareness as a primary dimension (Avolio, Gardner, & Walumbwa, 2007) –Transformational Leadership Theory includes individualized consideration as a dimension requiring leaders be supportive, considerate, empathetic, and caring (Bass & Bass, 2008) Value and Limitations of EI in Leadership Theory Value of EI –The focus on self-assessment and self-management of emotion is important for personal development/

Servant Leadership in Schools. Educational Leaders’ Strategies for Successful Learning 1. Ensure that a relevant, rigorous curriculum exists. 2. Ensure.

guiding principles Actions of high integrity leaders – taking the high road Integrity killers Authenticity Genuine leadership Admitting to mistakes and asking forgiveness Awareness Self-awareness and awareness of others Understanding issues involving ethical dilemmas Altruism – Doing what is right How Fear Affects Leaders and Organizations Visionary Leadership Conceptualization Seeing the big picture and dreaming great dreams Reflecting on the organization beyond day-to-day issues Foresight Leader intuition/


life-long pursuit. You will get better as you: 1)Experience life; 2)Lead and learn; 3)Become emotionally more aware and secure; 4)Learn not to focus on “me”; and 5)Truly adopt a servant leadership approach. 26 What precludes you from being a good leader? Laziness Arrogance Lack of self-discipline Bad attitude 27 How does this trust translate into business success? Profits? Leaderemployeescustomers/

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results from others. Influence Communication Conflict Management Leadership Change Catalyst Building Bonds Assessing Individual Competencies (See handout) Emotional Competency Evaluations Give a more detailed description and provide deeper understanding of the specific competencies. Most use Goleman’s model of competencies and framework. Four Domains of Emotional Intelligence Self Awareness Self Management Social Awareness Relationship Management Social Competencies Personal Competencies Video Pride/

Primal Leadership The Hidden Driver of Performance Daniel Goleman, Richard Boyatzis, & Annie McKee.

of Attending to Emotions: –Self-aware –Engulfed –Accepting (laissez-faire) Accurate Self-assessment Accurate Self-assessment Self-confidence Self-confidence Managing Emotions Self-Management Self-control and balance Self-control and balance Trustworthiness Trustworthiness Conscientiousness Conscientiousness Adaptability/make change stick? How do I make change stick? Who can help me? Who can help me? Leadership that gets results Daniel Goleman Six Key Styles—like clubs in a golf pro’s bag Coercive Coercive /

1 Networking Cafe Nursing Leadership Development: Lessons from the Field Beverley Simpson Judith Skelton Green Julia Scott Thursday March 29, 2007.

Purpose and Goals Stakeholders and Team Members Workplan, Communication & Monitoring 7 Emotional Intelligence Framework © HayGroup Social Skills Leadership Developing Others Influence Communication Change Catalyst Conflict Management Building Bonds Teamwork & Collaboration Social Awareness Empathy Organizational Awareness Service Orientation Self- Management Self-Control Trustworthiness Conscientiousness Adaptability Achievement Orientation Initiative Self Awareness Emotional Self-Awareness Accurate Self/

Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. THE LEADERSHIP IMPERATIVE: IT’S UP TO YOU Chapter 2 2–1.

. 2. What Is the Secret to Effective Leadership?  Think about an individual you know and respect at school or at work. What technical, cognitive, and relational competencies does the person have that you admire? Why do you admire these competencies?  Have you ever “caught” someone else’s emotions? If so, how could you have utilized self-awareness and self-control to protect yourself from taking on the/


JOSHUA FLOYD SHAWNA HARPER DANA HARRISON TERRY AYERS-RYAN LESTER ARNOLD AMBA 5230 JANUARY 10, 2009 The IMPORTANCE OF ATTITUDES IN LEADERSHIP Outline Introduction (Joshua Floyd) Leadership and how it drives motivation and satisfaction (Shawna Harper) Attitude(s) towards organizational change and employee stress (Dana Harrison) Self-Awareness (Terry Ayers-Ryan) Conclusion (Lester Arnold) Tough Tasks What is one of the most difficult tasks facing managers within the/

Welcome to Dulles SHRM Emotional Intelligence for Leadership Effectiveness Linda J. Ferguson, Ph.D. Feb. 15,

Competencies for Decision Making Leading Teams E.I. for Leadership Discuss and Report out 3 ways your E.Q. Competency would help a leader make better decisions Discuss and Report out 3 ways your E.Q. Competency helps leaders effectively lead teams Decision Making Self Awareness: Self Regulation: Self Motivation: Decision Making Empathy: Social Skills: Leading Teams Self Awareness: Self Regulation: Self Motivation: Leading Teams Empathy: Social Skills: THANK YOU FOR/

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