Prin. Stantards and Competencies Sesion 11&12 - Coggle Diagram
Prin. Stantards and Competencies
4 Imperatives of Leadership
These purposes almost always involve serving others rather than ourselves. It is our job as leaders to help people around us discover their purpose.
Good leaders work within the system they have to get the best results they can, while great leaders work on the systems to increase the capacity and performance of the organization.
In order to earn someone’s trust, you must consistently behave in ways that are worthy of trust– you must be trustworthy.
Character and Competence
People want and are motivated by having some say in what or how they do their job.
Collins: Level 5 Leaders
Level 1- Highly Capable Individual.
Makes productive contributions through talent, knowledge, skills, and good work habits.
Level 2- Contributing Team Member
Contributes to the achivement of group objectives; works effectively with others in a group setting.
Level 3- Competent Manager
Organizes pople and resources toward the effective and efficient pursuit of predetermined objectives.
Level 4- Effective Leader
Catalyzes commitment to and vigorous pursuit of a clear and compelling vision; stimulates the group to high performance standards.
Level 5- Level Executive
Builds enduring graness through a pradoxical combination of personal humility plus professional will.
Buckingham on Leadership and Management
“Great management is not about changing
people. Great managers take people ‘as is’ and then focus on releasing their talents.”
Who do we serve?
What is our core strength?
What is our core score?
What actions can we take today?
Ranked Leadership Characteristics
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