Diese Präsentation wurde erfolgreich gemeldet.
Wir verwenden Ihre LinkedIn Profilangaben und Informationen zu Ihren Aktivitäten, um Anzeigen zu personalisieren und Ihnen relevantere Inhalte anzuzeigen. Sie können Ihre Anzeigeneinstellungen jederzeit ändern.

SLII Leadership Model Overview

An overview of the key concepts of Situational Leadership II (SLII). This presentation explains the model at a high level and helps you understand how it can be applied.

  • Loggen Sie sich ein, um Kommentare anzuzeigen.

SLII Leadership Model Overview

  1. 1. what is leadership? why Situational Leadership? ◦ development level ◦ leadership styles test Run
  2. 2. Management is working with and through others to accomplish organisational goals Leadership is any attempt to influence the behaviour of another person or group Leadership = Influence
  3. 3.  Retain your most talented team members and equally, improve those who have skill-set deficiencies  Increase productivity and effectiveness  Improve ROI
  4. 4.  Improve Communication – becoming a more trusted and credible leader  Increase effectiveness in setting goals, giving direction, listening, observing, monitoring performance and providing feedback
  5. 5. “The goal is to match the leadership style that is appropriate to an individual’s development level at each stage of development on a specific goal or task.”
  6. 6. Supportive
  7. 7. Supportive
  8. 8. “Good Performance is a Journey”
  9. 9. Goal, or task-specific knowledge & skills and transferable skilIs. Motivation & Confidence
  10. 10. • Hopeful • Optimistic • Inexperienced • Eager • Curious • Excited • New/unskilled • Enthusiastic
  11. 11. • Overwhelmed • Confused • Demotivated • Demoralised • Frustrated • Disillusioned • Discouraged • Flashes of Competence
  12. 12. • Self-critical • Cautious • Doubtful • Capable • Contributing • Insecure • Tentative/unsure • Bored/apathetic
  13. 13. • Justifiably confident • Consistently competent • Inspired/inspires others • Expert • Autonomous • Self-assured • Accomplished • Self-reliant/self- directed
  14. 14. • Concentrates on the what and how. It involves telling and showing • This develops competence in others (teaching, structuring, evaluating, supervising, organising) .
  15. 15. • Focused on developing positive attitudes and feelings towards the goal or task. • Good examples are – listening, facilitating self- reliant problem solving, encouraging. • This builds commitment in others. .
  16. 16. 1. The SL model is simple, you are probably already using some components already. 2. This will improve your effectiveness, it is a proven model. 3. You need to apply this whilst the information is still fresh.
  17. 17. BROUGHT TO BY: Like to find out more?:: www.learncentral.com.au paul@learncentral.com.au

×