Join your colleagues for ongoing learning!
Regular and ongoing discussion with colleagues is one of the very best ways to explore leadership and how to apply it to your everyday situation. Use any of these activities to spark a discussion, motivate others to action and inspire yourself!
Making The Most of Your Learning Pod
We all know that how a group functions is key to the outcomes we get. Use these guidelines to set up your learning pod for success!
Improving Your Overall Leadership Ability
There’s no doubt that your LPI report revealed both strengths and opportunities. Use these question to bring out learning for both you and your colleagues.
Now that you have been exposed to The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership®, how are you seeing them displayed around you? Initiate a discussion of where you see examples of leadership in action (or not).
Model The Way
It all starts with the behavior we model, and this is built on a foundation of our values and beliefs. Share with you’re learning through these exercises.
Inspire a Shared Vision
Review three principles and explore three essential questions that organizations face on performance issues and vision.
Examine and discuss Governor Inslee’s 2013 inauguration speech for descriptive ways to cast a shared vision.
Map out a unique and ideal image of the future for the common good by building a consensus through being a leader as well as a follower.
Create a common vision through imagining exciting and ennobling possibilities.
Challenge The Process
Listen, collaborate and learn from each other to challenge the process.
Use a current leadership challenge and learn how to gain small wins and determine root cause.
Challenge the thought process of making decisions and discovering solutions.
Enable Others to Act
Explore the advantages of a team approach when racing against the clock.
Discover the value of actively pursing shared goals.
Encourage The Heart
Focus on key themes and words while providing encouragement.
Learn how to achieve a positive group mood.
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