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Emerging Leaders for Nonprofits - Leading Self

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This pilot project will test a leadership development training model for emerging leaders in environmental organizations that uses a combination of peer learning, coaching, and mentoring. The approach tests a hypothesis that emerging leaders need to have exciting, new assignments as well as the professional development and mentoring they need to succeed. Nonprofits need to create opportunities that embrace talent mobility, special assignments, and job rotation opportunities. This can be thought of as a switch from the traditional career ladder to a career “lattice.”

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Emerging Leaders for Nonprofits - Leading Self

  1. Networked Leadership Development and Practical Skills for Emerging Leaders Module 1: Leading Self Personal Mission Statement, Leadership Styles, and Self-Awareness June 9, 2015
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  4. Networked Leadership Development and Practical Skills for Emerging Leaders Module 1: Leading Self Personal Mission Statement, Leadership Styles, and Self-Awareness June 9, 2015
  5. The Team Beth Kanter The Playbook Stephanie Rudat Peer Learning Facilitators
  6. • Commitment • Be ready to do the homework • Review with your mentor • Connect w/ accountability buddy Topics OUTCOMES • Ask questions in chat • More discussion during pods on 6/24! • Continued discussion Facebook Group FRAMING Program Logistics (5 mins) Understand your personal strengths and values (15 mins) Understand your leadership style (15 mins) Emotional Intelligence Intro (15 mins) Wrap and Homework (5 minutes) #netlead http://networked-emerging-leaders.wikispaces.com/ Agenda
  7. Schedule • Sent calendar invites • Email reminders • Facebook Group reminders This Month!
  8. Program Delivery Topic Conference Calls Wiki Playbook Homework Peer Coaching Pods Accountability Buddy Mentor Sessions Online Discussion http://networked-emerging-leaders.wikispaces.com/
  9. Accountability Buddies http://networked-emerging-leaders.wikispaces.com/Accountability+Buddies
  10. Module 1: Learning Objectives • To develop and write a personal mission statement, identify values, and user’s manual • To understand one’s authentic leadership style • To introduce concept, framework, and diagnostic for emotional intelligence and ways to practice EI self- awareness skills
  11. Why Inner Work?
  12. “Outstanding people have one thing in common: an absolute sense of mission” - Zig Ziglar 1: Understand your mission, strengths, and values
  13. Personal Mission Statement: What and Why? • What: Declaration of who you are, what you stand for and what you want to put out into the world. It is a conscious call to action to help you understand your own motivation or lack there-of! • Why: Gives you a sense of direction to move towards your goals. Intentional energy and a single-minded focus. Gives you permission to say no to things that are distractions.
  14. Personal Mission Statement: Example “My purpose is to be an inspiration for social change activists and organizations to have greater impact by leading by using networks, data, and learning as a world class master trainer, speaker, and author. “
  15. Personal Mission Statement: How 1. Brainstorm 2. Write your first draft 3. Use positive, actionable words 4. Write in the present tense 5. Revise your statement 6. Sign it 7. Display it 8. Share it with your mentor or accountability buddy Worksheet on Wiki
  16. Personal Mission Statement: Tool https://www.imperative.com/
  17. Values What: Priorities that tell you how to spend your time, right here, right now. Why: Helps with managing your time Avoid distraction Alignment with purpose Help motivate and drive us in our work Inform our decisions Internal map of our reality Give us meaning Helps us work with others more smoothly
  18. Values: How Worksheet 1: Times most happy 2: Times most proud 3: Times most fulfilled 4: Pick top 10 5: Prioritize your top values 6: Reaffirm your values Worksheet on Wiki
  19. Develop Personal User Manual Answer these questions: • What is your style? • When do you like people to approach you and how? • What do you value? • How do you like people to communicate with you? • How do you make decisions? • How can people help you? • What will you not tolerate in others? Refine it into a draft, get feedback from your mentor or others, and revised based on feedback. Revise it annually Worksheet on Wiki
  20. Leadership Styles
  21. Leadership Styles: Six Types “The best leaders don’t create followers, they create more leaders.” – Tom Peters • Do as I do now!Pacesetting • Come with meAuthoritative • Do what I tell youCoercive • People come firstAffiliate • Try thisCoaching • What do you think?Democratic Source: Daniel Goldman, Leadership that Gets Results Command Shared
  22. Different Styles for Different Situations • Quick results, highly motivated or skilled teamPacesetting • A new direction or visionAuthoritative • Crisis, turnaround, problem employeeCoercive • Heal rifts or motivate during stressAffiliate • Improve performance or long-term strengthsCoaching • Build buy-in or get inputDemocratic Source: Daniel Goldman, Leadership that Gets Results
  23. Leadership Styles Assessment Link on the Wiki
  24. Emotional Intelligence: What and Why “What really matters for success, character, happiness and life long achievements is a definite set of emotional skills – your EQ — not just purely cognitive abilities that are measured by conventional IQ tests.” — Daniel Goleman
  26. Emotional Intelligence: Self-Awareness Self-awareness is your ability to accurately recognize your emotions as they happen and to understand your general tendencies for responding to different people and situations. Seeing ourselves as others see us Knowing what pushes our buttons Our past and self-image play a large role in how we choose to interpret other people’s behavior and how we react
  27. How Leaders Become Self-Aware Test Yourself Watch Yourself Reflect/Learn
  28. Test Yourself: EQ 2.0 Diagnostic Link on the Wiki • Tests give you a framework for self- awareness • Helps bucket your strengths and weaknesses • Tests facilitate self-reflection which leads to better awareness • Take EQ assessment
  29. Watch Yourself • Lean into your discomfort • Feel your emotion physically • Know who or what pushes your buttons • Look at situations from above like a hawk • Ask yourself why you do the things you do • Check your outward appearance in situations • Get to know yourself under stress • Observe the ripple effect on others Based on “Emotional Intelligence 2.0” – Chapter on Self-Awareness
  30. Reflect and Learn • Record your emotions • Track trends • Get trusted feedback from mentor • Just thinking about self- awareness will help you change Journal Prompts on Wiki
  31. Keep A Journal • Leadership is about forming new good habits • Writing it down helps you change • Good keep all the “homework” in one place • Treat yourself to a new pen and notebook or download a journal app Resources on Wiki
  32. Homework • Write personal mission statement (30-60 minutes) • Identify your values (30-60 minutes) • Write your operating manual (30 minutes) • Take Leadership Style assessment and write reflect in your journal (15 minutes) • Take the EQ Test, pick self- awareness skill to practice (15 minutes) • Practice • Check in with your mentor (30-60 minutes)
  33. Next Steps and Reminders Coaching Pods #1: June 24th at 1:00 pm PST #2: June 24th at 1:30 pm PST Check in with your mentor Connect with your accountability buddy Don’t forget to join and check the Facebook Group Accept your Calendar Invites!!