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Mike Cardus Leadership Niagara 2016

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Leadership Niagara final leadership session. Focusing on leadership as a practice and developing coaching models for enhanced performance

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Mike Cardus Leadership Niagara 2016

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  2. 2. Our Mission To strengthen regional leadership. Our Vision We are the premier leadership resource for our region. Our Core Values - Visionary Leadership - Excellence - Regional Partnerships - Societal Responsibility - Diversity and Inclusion - Lifelong Learning Mike Cardus
  3. 3. Objectives: 1. Closing of Leadership Niagara Class of 2016 2. Processing and application of what was learned? How does that learning matter? How did I, or can I, apply what was learned? 3. How can LN continue support LN’16 Leadership Community? 4. Connect personal learning and appreciation to other people within LN’16 __ Mike Cardus
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  5. 5. 1.Significant learning experience? How did it happen? What motivated you? 2.Significant behavior change? How did it happen? What motivated you? 3.From both responses what makes you proud of your accomplishments? Mike Cardus
  6. 6. How do adults learn? Adult education is concerned not with preparing people for life, but rather with helping people to live more successfully. Thus if there is to be an overarching function of the adult education enterprise, it is to assist adults to increase competence, or negotiate transitions, in their social roles (worker, parent, retiree etc.), to help them gain greater fulfilment in their personal lives, and to assist them in solving personal and community problems. (Darkenwald and Merriam 1982: 9) Mike Cardus
  7. 7. http://infed.org/mobi/david-a-kolb-on-experiential-learning/ Mike Cardus
  8. 8. Leadership Niagara 2016 Year in Review Mike Cardus
  9. 9. January Community: 1. What is LN? 2. Who are my classmates? Mike Cardus
  10. 10. January Leadership: 1. DiSC 2. Supporting others to solve similar problems Mike Cardus
  11. 11. February Community: 1. Manufacturing in Niagara County Mike Cardus
  12. 12. February Leadership: 1. Strategic Planning ---- Change Planning 2. Distinctive, Working Well, 100 Days Better Mike Cardus
  13. 13. March Community: 1. Bi-National Leadership Relationships Mike Cardus
  14. 14. March Leadership: 1. Decision Making in Ordered to Unordered Environments 2. Paradoxes of Leadership Mike Cardus
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  16. 16. April Community: 1. Niagara Falls Matters 2. Niagara Economic Development Mike Cardus
  17. 17. April Leadership: 1. Team Performance Model Mike Cardus
  18. 18. May Community: 1. Criminal Justice Mike Cardus
  19. 19. May Leadership: 1. Communication & Leadership to Multiple Systems + Stakeholders Mike Cardus
  20. 20. June Community: 1. LN as a Process Mike Cardus
  21. 21. June Leadership: 1. Leadership Coaching (SOLVED) 2. Understanding Levels of Complexity Situation Observer Level Validation Exception Decision & Direction Mike Cardus
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  23. 23. July Community: 1. Poverty and Policy Mike Cardus
  24. 24. July Leadership: 1. Change Models 2. ‘Individual: Group: System’ differentiation Mike Cardus
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  26. 26. August Community: 1. WNY Regional Development Mike Cardus
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  28. 28. August Leadership: 1. Thinking Outside of Self 2. Supporting Others to Solve Problems Mike Cardus
  29. 29. September Community: 1. Agribusiness in Niagara County Mike Cardus
  30. 30. September Leadership: 1. Opportunity, Odds, Obstacles 2. Making Products from Waste Mike Cardus
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  32. 32. October Community: 1. Diversity in Education 2. Diversity in Leadership Mike Cardus
  33. 33. October Leadership: 1. Understanding & doing something about leadership bias Mike Cardus
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  35. 35. Mike L Ken D Drew C Jenn S Carissa L Claire S Chris S Jillian C Melissa G Diedre R Emily M Ameet B Scott B Matt D Kayel S Kristin M Steve B Julia S Rob R Tracy D Wendy S Lisa S Aaron C Scott D Melissa L Ang B Carole M Julie B John C Kathleen H Len T Mike G Andrea C Camille L Sheila K Nick G Andrea K Jeff W Kory S Lisa H Ezra S Sara C Kevin K Melanie D Tom M Carolyn R Roscoe N Brian R Mike Cardus
  36. 36. Distinctive What has stood out to you as distinctive this year? What made your experience special, unique, different than other leadership processes Working Well What did we do that worked well? Meaning it does not require much change or improvement Improvements What does better look like for other classes? How can we improve this process for future LN leaders What impacts did LN have on you? Through LN’16 a behavior I choose to create or add is … Through LN’16 a behavior I choose to preserve or enhance is … Through LN’16 a behavior I choose to eliminate is … Through LN’16 a behavior I choose to accept is …Mike Cardus
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  38. 38. What impacts did LN have on you? Through LN’16 a behavior I choose to create or add is … Through LN’16 a behavior I choose to preserve or enhance is … Through LN’16 a behavior I choose to eliminate is … Through LN’16 a behavior I choose to accept is … Mike Cardus
  39. 39. 6 Personal Leadership Questions to Ask Everyday 1.Did I do my best to set clear goals? 2.Did I do my best to make progress towards goal achievement? 3.Did I do my best to find meaning? 4.Did I do my best to be happy? 5.Did I do my best to build positive relationships? 6.Did I do my best to be fully engaged? Mike Cardus
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  41. 41. Mike L Ken D Drew C Jenn S Carissa L Claire S Chris S Jillian C Diedre R Emily M Ameet B Scott B Matt D Kayel S Kristin M Steve B Rob R Tracy D Wendy S Lisa S Aaron C Scott D Melissa L Ang B Julie B John C Julia S Kathleen H Len T Brian R Mike G Carole M Andrea C Nick G Camille L Sara C Sheila K Tom M Andrea K Melissa G Jeff W Kory S Lisa H Ezra S Kevin K Melanie D Carolyn R Roscoe N HOOPDOM! TEAMS! Mike Cardus
  42. 42. Leadership Coaching and Development 1.People share their leadership development plan 2.Team coach each leader on how to best achieve and keep the person accountable to their plan 3.Team develops a process for updating LN and the class of progress Mike Cardus
  43. 43. LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PLAN Person Person’s name Questions Questions you have about their LDP Impressed by List what impresses you about that person and their LDP Concerned about List what concerns you about the LDP Follow up process Identify how the person would like to be held accountable for progress on their LDP Mike Cardus
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  46. 46. Leadership Development Is Not About You … It is about the organization and those you support and support you. Most of what is written about leadership development is very introspective. Focusing on the individual. Trying to create the Übermensch through excessive self- discovery, assessments, journaling, therapy, emotional intelligence, etc.… Believing that if you can just know more about yourself you will become a mindful leader that others will openly follow. Unfortunately, knowing yourself is half the battle Mike Cardus
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  49. 49. Mike’s 6 Boundaries of Leadership Mike Cardus
  50. 50. Leadership is contextual = you need to understand the context you are being asked to exercise leadership accountability within and what clues or tools will allow you to best lead. Mike Cardus
  51. 51. My solution will not work for you = while many people have a close enough answer to leadership challenges. You need to frame the problem within your context and determine what capacity, skills and resources you have (or know) can make progress. Mike Cardus
  52. 52. The current environment is enough = where you are and what you know right now is sufficient. When challenged to make a leadership decision the more you understand the current environment and ask people to show you what is happening, the better you can lead. Mike Cardus
  53. 53. When something works take notice= leadership is creating awareness of the minute details and how those things happen. When something happens that the team would like to have happen more take notice, figure out with the team what happened and design an experiment to repeat what worked. Mike Cardus
  54. 54. The team will grow or wither based on the organizational system and your capacity = your accountability as a leader is to add value to the decision-making and problem-solving of the team and to supply resources to complete the work. Mike Cardus
  55. 55. You will be wrong > 50% of the time. When you are wrong admit it = nobody believes that leaders need to be superheroes. When you are wrong, make a bad decision, offend somebody, and fail to understand the environment tell the team, apologize and bring the team together to develop the next small experiment. Mike Cardus
  56. 56. As a leader finding solutions and making progress is not the absence of problems. Leadership is looking for what is happening when the problem is absent. Mike Cardus
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  58. 58. Mike L Ken D Drew C Jenn S Carissa L Claire S Chris S Jillian C Melissa G Diedre R Emily M Ameet B Scott B Matt D Kayel S Kristin M Steve B Julia S Rob R Tracy D Wendy S Lisa S Aaron C Scott D Melissa L Ang B Carole M Julie B John C Kathleen H Len T Mike G Andrea C Camille L Sheila K Nick G Andrea K Jeff W Kory S Lisa H Ezra S Sara C Kevin K Melanie D Tom M Carolyn R Roscoe N Brian R Strength Envelopes Mike Cardus
  59. 59. Our Mission To strengthen regional leadership. Our Vision We are the premier leadership resource for our region. Our Core Values - Visionary Leadership - Excellence - Regional Partnerships - Societal Responsibility - Diversity and Inclusion - Lifelong Learning Mike Cardus

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