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The Leading EDGE ™ The Teaching EDGE ™

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  1. The Leading EDGE™The Teaching EDGE™ Presented by Joe Vicini Quartermaster N5-347-11-1

  2. OBJECTIVES At the conclusion of this session, you should be able to: • Describe the four basic leadership behaviors included in the Leading EDGETM, and explain which behavior is most appropriate to each stage of team development • Describe the four skills instruction behaviors included in the Teaching EDGETM, and explain which behavior is most appropriate for each stage of skills development N5-347-11-1

  3. The LEADING EDGETM - Effective leaders usually have more than one leadership style. ‐ A key to good leadership is to match the style of leadership to the people and the stage of the team’s development. Explain Demonstrate Guide Enable N5-347-11-1

  4. Stage of Team Development FORMING • High Enthusiasm and Motivation, Low Skills • FORMING, Requires EXPLAINING N5-347-11-1

  5. Stage of Team Development STORMING • Low Enthusiasm, Low Skills • STORMINGRequires DEMONSTRATING N5-347-11-1

  6. Stage of Team Development NORMING • Rising Enthusiasm, Growing Skills • NORMING Requires GUIDING (coaching) N5-347-11-1

  7. Stage of Team Development PERFORMING • High Enthusiasm, High Skills • PERFORMING UsuallyRequires ENABLING N5-347-11-1

  8. Stages of Team Development • Learn a new skill • Set out toward a new Goal • Unanticipated road block • Members leave • Members join • Regression (Going Backwards) N5-347-11-1

  9. Stages of Team Development N5-347-11-1

  10. The Teaching EDGE™ • A team’s ability to succeed depends on the need for new skills. • It is the leader’s responsibility to provide skill instruction if necessary. • The leader may serve as the instructor or arrange for instruction. N5-347-11-1

  11. The Teaching EDGE™ • The level of skill instruction needs to match learner’s enthusiasm and skill. • Use the Teaching EDGE™ to define style of instruction. Explain Demonstrate Guide Enable N5-347-11-1

  12. Stages of Skill Development • Forming. The learner begins with low skill but high enthusiasm. • Storming. As the learner works at the skill, he may become discouraged. N5-347-11-1

  13. Stages of Skill Development • Norming. With work, a person’s skill level will rise and so will his enthusiasm. • Performing. When he has mastered a skill, a person’s enthusiasm will be high; the skill will have become his own; and he can teach it to others. N5-347-11-1

  14. The Teaching EDGE™ FORMING(High Enthusiasm and Low Skills) • A person is enthused about something new and motivated to learn, but has a low level of skill. • An instructor will need to do lots of careful Explainingofexactly what to do and how to do it. N5-347-11-1

  15. The Teaching EDGE™ STORMING(Low Enthusiasm, Low Skills) • A person has been at it long enough to realize that mastering a skill may not be easy. As a result, his enthusiasm and motivation are low. Skills are still low, also. • An instructor must Demonstrate the new skill to clearly show the learner what to do and how to do it. N5-347-11-1

  16. The Teaching EDGE™ NORMING (Increasing Skill, Growing Enthusiasm) • As a learner’s level of skill rises, so do motivation and enthusiasm. • An instructor will need to Guide: • Giving freedom to figure out things • Supporting with encouragement • Helping to move closer to the goal. N5-347-11-1

  17. PERFORMING(High Skill, High Enthusiasm) The Teaching EDGE™ • Skills and enthusiasm are high. A learner can act independently and be very productive. • An instructor will need to Enable the person—offer freedom to make decisions and to keep moving ahead. N5-347-11-1

  18. SUMMARY • A team responds best to leadership tailored to the stage the team is experiencing at the moment. • The Leading EDGE™ acronym describes the behavior of a leader as the team moves through the stages of development. N5-347-11-1

  19. SUMMARY • A learner responds best to skill instruction tailored to the stage of skill development the individual is experiencing at the moment. • The Teaching EDGE™ acronym describes the behavior of a skills instructor as the learner moves through the stages of development. N5-347-11-1

  20. OBJECTIVES REVIEW Can You: • Describe the four basic leadership behaviors included in the Leading EDGETM, and explain which behavior is most appropriate to each stage of team development? • Describe the four skills instruction behaviors included in the Teaching EDGETM, and explain which behavior is most appropriate for each stage of skills development? N5-347-11-1

  21. THANK YOU N5-347-11-1