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Harnessing Your Innate Strengths--Introverted Leadership

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Western society lauds extroverted leaders and their accomplishments. However, introverts make great contributions and can be effective leaders, too. As technical communicators, many of us are introverts or work with a lot of introverts. As introverts, we may not believe or recognize that we have innate abilities that can provide a foundation for strong leadership skills, and we certainly don’t seem like the extroverted leaders that are the norm in Western society. Introverts possess a quiet confidence that commands respect. When we leverage the innate strengths of introverts; analytical skills, ability to think outside the box, and strong powers of concentration, we gain recognition as a leader and influencer. Attendees will
• Discover general and specific insights gained from personality and temperament typing
• Understand what drives their co-workers
• Identity their strengths and weaknesses
• Learn how to harness their innate skills
• Start their leadership journey

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Harnessing Your Innate Strengths--Introverted Leadership

  1. 1. INTROVERTED LEADERSHIP BEN WOELK– OCTOBER 2018 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 1 Harnessing Your Innate Strengths
  2. 2. Harnessing Your Innate Strengths 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 2 https://www.azquotes.com/quote/471512
  3. 3. Your Speaker Ben Woelk, CISSP, CPTC (trainer), Associate Fellow STC Vice President 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 3
  4. 4. Presentation Overview Introvert Strengths Identifying Harnessing Starting your Leadership Journey 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 4
  5. 5. Introvert Strengths 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 5
  6. 6. Introvert Strengths 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 6 Strong listening and analytical skills The ability to dive deeply into a topic Being able to participate in a team without seeking a lot of recognition ???
  7. 7. Identifying 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 7
  8. 8. 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 8
  9. 9. Foundations Overview of personality types ◦ Extravert/Introvert ◦ Sensing/iNtuitive ◦ Thinking/Feeling ◦ Judging/Perceiving 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 9
  10. 10. Distribution http://www.myersbriggs.org/_images/estimated_frequency_table.gif. The table is based on MBTI® results from 1972 through 2002, including data banks at the Center for Applications of Psychological Type; CPP, Inc; and Stanford Research Institute (SRI). 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 10
  11. 11. 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 11 https://whatismylearningstyle.weebly.com/keirsey-temperament.html
  12. 12. Keirsey Temperament Types Four main temperament types ◦ Concerned with observable behavior ◦ Based on pairs ◦ SP Artisan ◦ SJ Guardian ◦ NF Idealist ◦ NT Rational 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 12 https://www.stc.org/intercom/2017/03/broke-and-busy-an-alternative-to- traditional-persona-modeling-using-keirsey-temperament-theory/
  13. 13. Harnessing 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 13
  14. 14. Harnessing Your Innate Strengths 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 14 https://www.azquotes.com/quote/929486
  15. 15. Guardians (SJ) LIKE Respect authority (Defer to boss) Values established processes, proven methods, proper channels Concrete results and details matter Organization over needs of individual DON’T LIKE Interdependent view Potential or unnecessary risks (Chaos) Rocking the boat 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 15 http://www.keirsey.com/personalityzone/wz55.asp
  16. 16. Artisans (SP) LIKE Results and getting things done Ends justify the means Thrill of competition—winning matters Negotiation may be brutal DON’T LIKE Details of team members Small talk Excuses Anything that stands in the way of reaching goal Despise red tape Doesn’t care about long-term morale 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 16 http://www.keirsey.com/personalityzone/wz56.asp
  17. 17. Idealists (NF) LIKE Respect cooperation and diplomacy Independent efforts Praise teams Value harmony and individual growth Concerned for individuals Long-term health of organization DON’T LIKE Processes and structures that disregard people Concrete facts and numbers Big decisions that negatively affect team morale 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 17 http://www.keirsey.com/personalityzone/wz57.asp
  18. 18. Rationals (NT) LIKE Respect competency above all else Expect others to accept your logic or debate you Question status quo Pragmatic Finding a better way DON’T LIKE Skeptical of hierarchy and positional authority Personal anecdotes during presentations Needs of organization or individuals take a back seat 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 18 http://www.keirsey.com/personalityzone/wz58.asp
  19. 19. INTJ (Rational—Mastermind) Introvert iNtuitive Thinking Judging Planning Self-Confident Systemic Utilitarian Willful Ingenious 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 19 https://keirsey.com/temperament/rational-mastermind/
  20. 20. Foundations Overview of personality types ◦ Extravert/Introvert ◦ Sensing/iNtuitive ◦ Thinking/Feeling ◦ Judging/Perceiving 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 20
  21. 21. Foundations Overview of personality types ◦ Extravert/Introvert ◦ Sensing/iNtuitive ◦ Thinking/Feeling ◦ Judging/Perceiving 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 21
  22. 22. Foundations Overview of personality types ◦ Extravert/Introvert ◦ Sensing/iNtuitive ◦ Thinking/Feeling ◦ Judging/Perceiving 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 22
  23. 23. Foundations Overview of personality types ◦ Extravert/Introvert ◦ Sensing/iNtuitive ◦ Thinking/Feeling ◦ Judging/Perceiving 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 23
  24. 24. Planning Logical consequences Contingencies Forest Foresee errors 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 24
  25. 25. Self-Confident Decisions come easily Completion and results Long-term consequences Inner drive Analysis Certainty in capabilities 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 25
  26. 26. Systemic Drawn to challenges Confront problems Systemic approach/realignment Dedicated Systems 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 26
  27. 27. Utilitarian Purpose and reason Deliberate, strategic intent Highly adaptive Plans not set in stone Use and utility of ideas 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 27
  28. 28. Willful Tenacious, determined, resolute Can be single-minded Can be hard driving Competitive Iron will Excellence High achievers 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 28
  29. 29. Ingenious Insights Thought leadership Reframe ideas Reshape reality Develop frameworks to connect contradictory ideas Pragmatists 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 29
  30. 30. Your Leadership Journey 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 30
  31. 31. Your Leadership Journey Identify Strengths/Abilities Identify Opportunities Stretch Yourself 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 31
  32. 32. 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 32 https://www.azquotes.com/quote/487631
  33. 33. http://benwoelk.com/
  34. 34. Connect with Me! Ben.woelk@gmail.com @benwoelk https://www.linkedin.com/in/benwoelk https://www.facebook.com/ben.woelk https://Benwoelk.com 34http://benwoelk.com/
  35. 35. Resources 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 35
  36. 36. Resources http://benwoelk.com/ Jung Typology Test™ Humanmetrics.com
  37. 37. Podcast 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 37
  38. 38. Introverted Leadership Slack Community https://introvertedleadership.slack.com
  39. 39. References Intercom, February 2017. Personality, Temperament, and Technical Communication, Ben Woelk, guest editor. Briggs Myers, Isabel, and Myers, Peter B. Gifts Differing: Understanding Personality Type Cain, Susan Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking Cialdini, Robert. Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion Coyle, Daniel. The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups Keirsey, David, Please Understand Me II Woelk, “The Introvert in the Workplace: Becoming an Influencer and Leader.” Intercom, May-June 2018. Mentoring/Coaching 11/8/2018 HTTP://BENWOELK.COM 39