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Leadership Notes

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Setting a Vision, Setting a Tone Reading for Class: Northhouse pages 109-119, 129-143 Kouzes pages

103-156 Quiz over reading material Northhouse

Vision
//Mental model of an ideal future state What are the characteristics of a vision: //A picture—picture of the future is better than the status quo //A Change—change in status quo and move towards the positive—rules, procedures, goals, values, or rituals. //Values—the ideas, beliefs and modes of action that people find worthwhile or desirable. //A Map—a laid out path to follow that gives direction so followers know if they are on track //A Challenge—challenges people to transcend the status quo to do something to benefit others. “Ask not what you can do for your country…” How is vision articulated? //Adapt vision to audience //Highlight the value of the vision //Choosing the right language, words & symbols //using inclusive language (words like “we” and “us”) How is vision implemented? (can you walk the walk?) //leader is a living example of the ideas articulated by the vision //act out the vision //show interest in others //set high expectations

build cohesiveness. and stability. and promote standards of excellence.Setting the tone //provide structure. Structure //give form and meaning to the purposes of the group’s activities. Mission //goal toward which they are working and provides organization to the activities //example: syllabus Synergy! //The effective collection of the group’s talents in a way that creates an outcome greater than the sum of its parts. direction. //think “well-balanced collaboration” Norms //rules of behavior established and followed by and for group members Cohesiveness //sense of “we-ness”…lol. and is the cement that hold the group together //esprit de corps that exists within a group How to build Cohesiveness //Help groups to create a climate of trust //Invite group members to become active participants //Be willing to listen and accept group members for who they are //Help group members achieve their goals //Promote the free expression of divergent viewpoints //Allow members to share leadership responsibilities //Foster and promote member-to-member interaction instead of only leader-to-follower interaction. clarify norms.. //provides sense of security. .

Promote Standards of Excellence “keep the quality up” //referring to the established benchmarks of desired performance /* Six factors 1. 3. Reward results */ What group members need to know and what skills they need to acquire. Review results 3. 4. */ /*The three Rs 1. 5. Require results 2. How much initiative and effort they must demonstrate How group members are expected to treat one another The extent to which deadlines are significant What goals they need to achieve What are the consequences if they fail to achieve these goals . 6. 2.

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