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  1. Developing Leaders from base camp to summit Prepared for by Chris Barclay, CEO & Head Coach

  2. The pathway to power: an ongoing climb The Premise Leadership cannot be taught. It can only be modeled and developed from within. Leadership development is an ongoing process of enrolling and coaching people to courageously examine their current reality and take purposeful action toward realizing a compelling future.

  3. Identifying climbers early The Interview Using company leadership values as a guide, a well-structured behavioral interview should identify a candidate’s propensity to exhibit those leadership values in the future. Interviews should focus on those competencies that will distinguish him or her from campers or quitters.

  4. The learning process • First lead yourself, then lead others • Establish strategic direction for your career and life then set transformational goals. • Identify and commit to those leadership competencies you will model and acquire. • Develop and execute specific action plans, learning from failure and keeping a positive future focus. • Cascade your success by serving as a model to others

  5. The transformation to leadership “…by transformation we mean that you must gain control over the patterns that govern your mind: your worldview, your beliefs about what you deserve and about what's possible. That's the zone of fundamental change, strength, and energy -- and the true meaning of courage.” -- Peter Kostenbaum

  6. A leadership model The Leadership Diamond, created by Peter Koestenbaum, Ph.D, is a model of the leadership mind and a methodology for expanding leadership. It is a simple model to follow, and one that has profound results for leaders who learn to build upon its principles. The Diamond distinguishes four interdependent leadership imperatives, or "orientations": Ethics, Vision, Courage and Reality.

  7. The leadership orientations ETHICS Be of Service GREATNESS Potential for Extraordinary Results VISION Think Big & New REALITY Have No Illusions COURAGE Act with Sustained Initiative

  8. Four fundamentals of the leadership mindset Base camp: Personal Accountability Leadership begins with personal accountability. This module focuses on creating sense of ownership for results and expanding our sphere of influence. Personal accountability is the measure of our personal effectiveness, meaning that each of us ultimately determines the quality of our own experience. Personal Accountability

  9. Personal vs. Collective Accountability 保护树木, 人人有责

  10. Smokey theBear ca. 1950

  11. Four fundamentals of the leadership mindset Camp One: Vision Vision is the power of dreams in action and one of the most powerful human motivators. Vision allows leaders to create a compelling future for themselves and others, inspiring transformational results. A future orientation distinguishes great leaders, and this module provides the tools to create the pathway and a plan to achieve results that truly matter. The Power of Vision Personal Accountability

  12. Four fundamentals of the leadership mindset Camp 2: Ethics Ethics is about being of service and doing things that benefit the organization and community. It means acting in alignment with our moral compass, and upholding consistent values that guide us in our choices. Professional Ethics The Power of Vision Personal Accountability

  13. Four fundamentals of the leadership mindset Camp 3: Courage in Adversity Leaders face reality by acting with courage in the face of adversity. Based on John Stoltz’s Adversity Quotient (AQ) theory, each of us can train our capacity to get things done in the face of continuous change, and respond positively to crisis, rejection and failure Courage in Adversity Professional Ethics The Power of Vision Personal Accountability

  14. Other critical competencies Camp 4: Situational Leadership Situational leadership is about awareness of self and our environment, allowing us to draw upon a range of communication approaches and making resourceful choices based on clearly defined outcomes. Situational Leadership Courage in Adversity Professional Ethics The Power of Vision Personal Accountability

  15. Other critical competencies Camp 5: Building a Winning Team Teamwork isn’t about slogans or motivational talks, it’s about a commitment to commonly held, meaningful goals that inspire greatness. This cannot be trained or forced, and won’t happen by memorizing rules, tricks or techniques. Teamwork is achieved by each team member clearly knowing the value and scope of his or her contribution to the goal, and sharing an understanding of the team’s significance. Building a Winning Team Situational Leadership Courage in Adversity Professional Ethics The Power of Vision Personal Accountability

  16. Other critical competencies Camp 6: Performance Coaching Performance coaching is a conversation that identifies barriers to desired results by focusing on specific behaviors and their consequences, then sets a course of action to correct these behaviors. Through a process of discovery, goal setting and specific action steps, coaching enables the realization of extraordinary results. Performance Coaching Building a Winning Team Situational Leadership Courage in Adversity Professional Ethics The Power of Vision Personal Accountability

  17. Other critical competencies Camp 7: Work-Life Balance Balancing our life makes us happier. When we feel in control of our life and are spending time on those things that matter to us, we are happier and more productive at work. Companies experience fewer sick days, reduced turnover and a more motivated workforce. Work-Life Balance Performance Coaching Building a Winning Team Situational Leadership Courage in Adversity Professional Ethics The Power of Vision Personal Accountability

  18. Other critical competencies Camp 8: Cross-Cultural Skills This module helps build confidence, sensitivity and self-awareness among managers to improve their self-expression in cross-cultural environments. Focus is on conflict management and resolution, as well as diversity and mutual respect. Cross-Cultural Skills Work-Life Balance Performance Coaching Building a Winning Team Situational Leadership Courage in Adversity Professional Ethics The Power of Vision Personal Accountability

  19. Other critical competencies Strategic Thinking Cross-Cultural Skills Summit: Strategic Thinking From the mountain top that represents a future achieved, leaders create specific plans that define markets, customers, products and services, turning vision into purposeful designs that take prepare the organization to meet the challenges of tomorrow. Work-Life Balance Performance Coaching Building a Winning Team Situational Leadership Courage in Adversity Professional Ethics The Power of Vision Personal Accountability

  20. Case Study: Wrigley “Boot Camp” Background In Summer 2003, as part of a strategic leadership development program in partnership with ALTEC, Wrigley deploys a newly devised Behavioral Interviewing System for new management trainee hires, and puts successful candidates into a 10-day military style “boot camp” at ALTEC’s Yangshuo Mountain Retreat in Guangxi Province.

  21. Case Study: Wrigley “Boot Camp” Process In addition to 6 hours each day of classroom learning, participants complete a timed 6km mountain run, help serve each other breakfast, do dishes and laundry. They face such outdoor challenges as technical climbing, caving, orienteering, night navigation and building bamboo rafts to cross the Yu Long River.

  22. Case Study: Wrigley “Boot Camp”

  23. Case Study: Wrigley “Boot Camp” Some Feedback “It really let me know how to be a man who is responsible for himself.” “Empowered me to breakthrough myself” “Inspiring! I feel learned how to be the real leader.”

  24. Case Study: Wrigley “Boot Camp” Results After one year, no candidates have turned over, and Wrigley HR has reported that their performance is “above expectations” Wrigley has used this as an internal case promoted in the company worldwide.

  25. Motivation: forward from the future The Power of Vision Leadership development is ongoing, and part of a manager’s career plan. By enrolling young managers in defining and refining their vision of the future, a self-owned career pathway can be created. The vision serves as a powerful motivator, and structured learning opportunities serve to support the ascent to the summit.

  26. Thank You! 谢谢!