1 / 56


Leadership. Beliefs. Ability to. Courage. Make Things Happen that You Care About. Knowledge. Independence. Will Power. Ambition. Lipset’s: Politics of Scarcity. Anarchy. Shortages Dictator. Abundance Democracy. Balance. YUM - HWWT. Customer Focus Belief in People

Télécharger la présentation


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author. Content is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use only. Download presentation by click this link. While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server. During download, if you can't get a presentation, the file might be deleted by the publisher.


Presentation Transcript

  1. Leadership Beliefs Ability to Courage Make Things Happen that You Care About Knowledge Independence Will Power Ambition

  2. Lipset’s: Politics of Scarcity Anarchy Shortages Dictator Abundance Democracy Balance

  3. YUM - HWWT • Customer Focus • Belief in People • Recognition • Coaching & Support • Accountability • Excellence • Positive Energy • Teamwork

  4. Leadership Primer: Colin Powell • “Being Responsible Sometimes Means Pissing People Off.” Responsibility to the Welfare of the Group

  5. Leadership Primer • “When Soldiers Stop Bringing You their Problems is the Day you have Stopped Leading Them.” Lost Confidence or Concluded that You Do Not Care

  6. Leadership Primer • “Don’t be Buffaloed by Experts and Elites.” “As Companies Grow, They Often Forget Who Brung Them to the Dance.”

  7. Leadership Primer • “Don’t be Afraid to Challenge the Pros, Even in their Own Backyard.” Good Leadership Encourages Everyone’s Evolution.

  8. Leadership Primer • “Never Neglect the Details. When Everyone’s Mind is Dulled or Distracted, the Leader Must be Doubly Vigilant.” Delegate Aggressively, But Pay Attention to Details, Everyday. Obsessive Routine Begets Conformity and Complacency.

  9. Leadership Primer • “You Don’t Know What You can Get Away with Until You Try.” “Easier to Get Forgiveness than Permission” Prudent, Not Reckless “If You Haven’t Explicitly Been Told ‘No,’ You Can.”

  10. Leadership Primer • “Keep Looking Below Surface Appearances. Don’t Shrink from Doing So, Just Because You Might Not Like What You Find.” Find People Who Proactively Take Steps to Solve Problems as they Emerge.

  11. Leadership Primer • “Endeavors Succeed or Fail Because of the People Involved. Only by Attracting the Best People Will you Accomplish Great Deeds.”

  12. Leadership Primer • “Organization Charts and Fancy Titles Count For Next to Nothing.”

  13. Leadership Primer • “Never Let Your Ego Get So Close to Your Position that When Your Position Goes, Your Ego Goes with It.” “Too Often, Change is Stifled by People Who Cling to Familiar Turfs.”

  14. Leadership Primer • “Fit No Stereotypes. Don’t Chase the Latest Management Fads. The Situation Dictates Which Approach Best Accomplishes the Team’s Mission.”

  15. Leadership Primer • “Perpetual Optimism is a Force Multiplier” “Spare Me the Grim Litany of the ‘Realist;’ Give me the Unrealistic Aspirations of the Optimist Any Day.”

  16. Leadership Primer • Rules For Picking People “Look for Intelligence, Judgment, and Most Critically, a Capacity to Anticipate, to See Around Corners. Also Look for Loyalty, Integrity, a High Energy Drive, a Balanced Ego and the Drive to Get Things Done.”

  17. Leadership Primer • “Great Leaders are Almost Always Great Simplifiers, Who can Cut Through Argument, Debate, and Doubt, To Offer a Solution Everyone can Understand.” KISS Clarity of Purpose, Credibility of Leadership, and Integrity in Organization.

  18. Leadership Primer - # 15 Part I “P = 40 – 70 in which the Probability of Success and the Numbers Indicate the Percentage of Information Acquired. Part II Once the Information is in the 40 – 70 Range, Go with Your Gut!”

  19. Leadership Primer • “The Commander in the Field is Always Right and the Rear Echelon is Wrong Unless Proved Otherwise.” • Minimize Corporate Staffs

  20. Leadership Primer • “Have Fun. Don’t Always Run at a Break-Neck Pace… Spend Time with Your Families.” Corollary – Surround Yourself with People Who Take Their Work Seriously, But not Themselves.

  21. Leadership Primer • “Command is Lonely.” “The Buck Stops Here.”

  22. Tricon – Key Learning's Management Slides

More Related