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Mindful leadership through emotional intelligence

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Keynote for the 2016 Ohio Private Academic Libraries (OPAL) Conference, August 5, 2016, New Concord, OH.

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Mindful leadership through emotional intelligence

  1. 1. Mindful Leadership Through Emotional Intelligence http://www.flickr.com/photos/tomas_sobek/4649690892/sizes/l/in/photostream OPAL Conference | August 5, 2016 Peter Bromberg | peterbromberg.com
  2. 2. I Believe that… We all exert influence We can make conscious choices that will improve our influence We can learn to make better choices more consciously and consistently
  3. 3. I Believe that… Emotional and social intelligence correlates with our ability to have positive influence in the world and… These competencies can be developed. http://www.flickr.com/photos/tomas_sobek/4649690892/sizes/l/in/photostream
  4. 4. Influence is something we do not something we are (i.e.“a LEADER”) or a position we hold. Influence is situational It’s about the choices we make moment by moment that either move things in the direction of a desired goal or not. If not, we can choose again.
  5. 5. Why Are We Here Today?
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  15. 15. Why Are We Here Today?
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  22. 22. Why Are We Here Today?
  23. 23. World population: 7,400,000,000 Ever Lived: 108,000,000,000 http://www.flickr.com/photos/nationallibrarynz_commons/3326203787/sizes/z/in/photostream/ (no known copyright)
  24. 24. David:Too much, there's too much *#%ing perspective now. Nigel: It really puts perspective on things, though, doesn't it?
  25. 25. Why Are We Here Today?
  26. 26. Why Are We Here Today? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Upm9LnuCBUM&t=1m25s
  27. 27. Why Are We Here Today? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Upm9LnuCBUM&t=1m25s
  28. 28. Think about someone who’s made a difference in your life
  29. 29. Warren Bennis says leadership is management of: Attention Self Meaning Trust
  30. 30. Attention Do you consciously direct your attention and focus it in ways that help you direct energy effectively? Self Are you tuned into, and take ownership for, your needs, wants, behaviors, and emotions? Meaning Do you distinguish between the data you observe and the meaning you create? Trust Are your values, words, &actions congruent? Does your behavior inspire the trust of others?
  31. 31. Emotional and Social Intelligence Definition of EQ from Daniel Goleman • Self-awareness • Self-regulation • Social skill • Empathy • Self-Motivation EQ can be developed
  32. 32. SELF SOCIAL A W A R E N E S S SELF AWARENESS • Accurate Self-awareness • Owns personal power • Self-Confident • Self-deprecating humor SOCIAL AWARENESS • Empathy • Service Ethic • Organizational awareness • Cross-cultural sensitivity M A N A G E M E N T SELF MANAGEMENT • Integrity/Trustworthy • Transparent • Optimism • Intentionality • Achievement Focused • Creative • Adaptable RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT • Builds Trust • Develops Others • Communication • Inspirational • Builds bonds • Collaboration/Teamwork
  33. 33. It’s Not About Being Nice Image: CC by 2.0 http://www.flickr.com/photos/dirigentens/4592361218/sizes/l/in/photostream
  34. 34. Increasing Resourcefulness http://www.flickr.com/photos/danisarda/4043404303/sizes/l/in/photostream/ (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) Flickr user: ~Oryctes~
  35. 35. The Neurobiology of EQ
  36. 36. Deadlines Feedback Email Overload Disagreements Conflict Overworking Responsibility Over-commitment The Neurobiology of EQ
  37. 37. How to Renew and Recharge Gratitude Helping others Mindfulness Exercise Nature Resonant Relationships Journaling Prayer Touch Playfulness Petting a pet Visioning Expressing Appreciation
  38. 38. Mindfulness And Emotional Intelligence
  39. 39. The pace of change is accelerating and the progression is exponential. Indeed … we find not just simple exponential growth, but “double” exponential growth, meaning that the rate of exponential growth is itself growing exponentially. - Ray Kurzweil, Author, Inventor, Futurist https://www.facebook.com/blog/blog.php?post=112344532130http://www.kurzweilai.net/the-law-of-accelerating-returns
  40. 40. Where our attention goes, our energy goes Where our energy goes, action follows Where actions are taken, results follow
  41. 41. It all starts with Attention
  42. 42. Emotional Contagion Peter Bromberg | Peterbromberg.com Flickr User: roujo https://www.flickr.com/photos/23258232@N00/456104222 (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
  43. 43. Think about a bad boss or supervisor you’ve had. Peter Bromberg | Peterbromberg.com
  44. 44. The Influence of Emotional Contagion CC BY 2.0 www.flickr.com/photos/93393982@N00/3822687027 | CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 www.flickr.com/photos/83261600@N00/4944691233 CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 www.flickr.com/photos/9304463@N08/2217777720/ “Being able to change your internal state might be one of the most powerful techniques you learn in becoming an effective leader– one who inspires others to learn, adapt and perform at their best.” -Richard Boyatzis
  45. 45. The Influence of Emotional Contagion Energy is contagious, especially so if you’re a leader. The way you’re feeling at any given moment profoundly influences how the people who work for you feel. How they’re feeling, in turn, profoundly influences how well they perform. A leader’s responsibility is to fuel them in every possible way to bring the best of themselves to their jobs every day. - Tony Schwartz ,The Energy Project
  46. 46. Negative Emotional Attractors • Activate your sympathetic nervous system • Activate the task positive network of your brain • Result in stress and decreased cognitive, emotional, perceptual, and creative capacity. Negative Emotional Attractors include: • Getting feedback • Analyzing • Problem Solving • Conflict • Expectations • Fear • Pessimism • “Should do”s • Dissonant relationships • Focus on weakness
  47. 47. Positive Emotional Attractors • Activate your parasympathetic nervous system • Activate the default mode network of your brain • Result in relaxation and increased cognitive, emotional, perceptual, and creative capacity. Positive Emotional Attractors include: • Mindfulness • Resonant relationships • Experimenting • Focus on strengths • Visioning • Learning • Practicing • Hope/optimism • Play • Gratitude
  48. 48. The Power of Stories
  49. 49. For Sale. Baby Shoes. Never Worn.
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  51. 51. Painful nerd kid, happy nerd adult. - Linda Williamson http://www.npr.org/2008/02/07/18768430/six-word-memoirs-life-stories-distilled
  52. 52. Who we are (Origin) Where we going (Vision) How we act (Values) Change/Learning (Growth) From: Circle of the 9 Muses by David Hutchens Four Organizational Stories
  53. 53. Stories of Values in Action
  54. 54. Story Mining Building Culture with Stories
  55. 55. The most fundamental job of a leader is to recruit, mobilize, inspire, focus, direct, and regularly refuel the energy of those they lead. -Tony Schwartz http://www.flickr.com/photos/radiorover/2787677403/
  56. 56. http://www.flickr.com/photos/radiorover/2787677403/ “My job is to awaken possibility in other people” -Benjamin Zander
  57. 57. Thank you! http://www.flickr.com/photos/darwinbell/2602728681