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Thoughts on Appreciative Global Leadership

Thoughts on Appreciative Global Leadership. Joep C. de Jong. Why should we need Appreciative Leaders?. The Five F’s of the new competitive organization Focused better  core business, customer focus Fast  get rid of bureaucracy Flexible  outward looking / innovative

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Thoughts on Appreciative Global Leadership

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  1. Thoughts on Appreciative Global Leadership Joep C. de Jong

  2. Why should we need Appreciative Leaders? • The Five F’s of the new competitive organization • Focused better  core business, customer focus • Fast  get rid of bureaucracy • Flexible  outward looking / innovative • Friendly  people, planet & profit • FUN • Source: Matthieu Weggeman • If it’s no fun, nobody is going to do any of this • Rosbeth Moss Kanter

  3. Faithful Questions • What is your best story on appreciative leadership? • What do you see as the attributes / values leading to the positive core of global leadership

  4. 1) Leadership is the authentic expression of one’s inner life that creates value through collective effort(Sam Yau)2)Leaders provide a second chance to change our basic imprint, and to ‘become who we truly are’ (Kierkengaard)

  5. Value chain Data Information Knowledge Manager: skills & competencies (‘hard & soft’)

  6. Value chain Data Information Knowledge Wisdom Spirituality Manager: skills & competencies (‘hard & soft’)

  7. Value chain Data Information Knowledge Wisdom Spirituality Strategist Visionary Leader Operator Manager: skills & competencies (‘hard & soft’)

  8. Value chain Data Information Knowledge Wisdom Spirituality Leader Strategist Visionary Operator Manager: skills & competencies (‘hard & soft’) Egocentric Conformist Achievement Empathic Authentic

  9. Value chain Data Information Knowledge Wisdom Spirituality Leader Strategist Visionary Operator Manager: skills & competencies (‘hard & soft’) personal Brain / discussion Heart / dialogue Soul / silence economical Single Bottom line Triple Bottom line Holistic

  10. Our external & internal clock 7 Steps of Awakening of our world * Phase 1 - Eternity - everything is energy in chaos * Phase 2 - Billions of years - space * Phase 3 - Millions of years - time * Phase 4 - Thousands of years - intelligence + * Phase 5 - Hundreds of years - information & technology ++ * Phase 6 - Tens of years - communication & self awareness +++ * Phase 7 - Future - Realising who we really are? ++++/---- Source: De Vertraagde Tijd by Arnold Cornelis, 1999.

  11. External clock + Our external & internal clock Speed of Change Two Five steps of Awakening time - Internal clock

  12. External clock + Our external & internal clock Phase 4 Speed of Change time - Internal clock

  13. External clock + Our external & internal clock Speed of Change time - Internal clock

  14. External clock + Our external & internal clock Speed of Change The real challenge: The Need for Balance time - Internal clock

  15. economical + Our external & internal clock Single Bottom line Triple Bottom line Holistic Speed of Change Data Information Knowledge Wisdom Spirituality Will help us maintain our Balance time personal - Brain / discussion Heart / dialogue Soul / silence

  16. Appreciative leaders perspective on our external and internal clocks • Today’s business environment • Ever increasing speed of change (external clock) • Result: (possible) loss of identity • Today’s appreciative leaders challenge • Assuring balance between external and internal clock • Result: employees becoming who they truly are

  17. Thoughts for the Appreciative Global Leader • Practice of Presence • Presence requires an open-minded perception of what-is • Practice of Interconnectedness • Leaders are profoundly connected to the bigger whole: the community, the world • Practice of Humility • Leaders know they don’t know • Practice of Discipline • Discipline concerns taking seriously what is really important for you in life, and go for it • source: Positive Leadership Leading and Learning through Essence by Dr R van den Nieuwenhof & Dr S de Weerdt

  18. Thank You

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