L E A D I N G F

L E A D I N G F

L E A D I N G F O R E F F E C T: C R E AT I N G A C U LT U R E OF POSITIVITY AND RESILIENCE PRESENTED TO NCMA BOSTON MARCH WORKSHOP 7 MARCH 2018 RUSS BLAINE Hell o! Tying it Together! Resilience Positive Leadership

Leading Change Culture CULTURE: WHAT IS IT?s WHAT IF IT ct a f ISNT GOOD? ti r St A er s Ob

at ed ble a v Be Underlying Assumptions Is your culture

Disinterested Beaten down Unmotivated Disengaged Fearful Pessimistic Gossipy

Negative Mean Rude What can be done? lie fs CAN A CULTURE BE CHANGED? Generally believed cultures can be changed Behaviors change firstthen beliefs Artifacts beliefs assumptions Is there a structured approach? Yes, there is. We wont leave you hanging.

5 KOTTERS 8-STAGE PROCESS 1. Establish a sense of urgency 2. Create a guiding coalition 3. Develop a vision and strategy 4.

Communicate the change vision 5. Empower employees for action 6. Generate short-term wins 7. Consolidate gains; produce more change 8. Anchor new approaches in the culture

6 STEPS 1 & 2 Urgency Logos, Pathos, Ethos (??) We will do this together beginning now We are better than this we can do this Coalition Put right people in right places Optimists, problem solvers, patient managers Supportive, relationship oriented Respected! (Sub-culture & informal leaders) 7

STEPS 3 & 4 Vision, Strategy Focused on positive processes and outcomes Double-good bottom line Logical (not Pollyanna) strategy Based on team, relationships Communication Frequent; oriented toward desired outcomes Distributed; up, down, across the organization Use metaphors, analogies, stories Lead by example LISTEN! 8 STEPS 5 & 6

Empowerment Remove obstaclesincluding bad bosses Ensure education and training occurs Align systems (HR, compensation, etc.) Reinforce vision Short-term wins Demonstrate that planning, sacrifice work! Undercuts the nay-sayers Builds momentum Provides evidence of the value of change! 9 STEPS 7 & 8 Consolidate gains, create more change Take on larger, more significant projects

Capitalize on more distributed support Use senior leadership to maintain energy Anchor Norms begin to change Change makes way into common language Results must be perfectly apparent May require some turnover, hiring 10 WHAT IS POSITIVE LEADERSHIP? A style of leadership based on positive psychology, emphasizing optimistic elements of organizational life as a means of achieving an organizations goals. Positive Leadership focuses heavily upon teamwork, vision, employee participation, trust, respect, and

customer focus to achieve extraordinary goals atypical goals positively deviant goals! Its all about Creating united and Driving a positive connected teams culture Building great Creating, sharing a relationships and positive vision

teams Leading with Pursuing excellence optimism Demonstrating grit, Confronting, optimism and transforming, How might this help?resilience! removing negativity POSITIVE LEADERS CREATE A POSITIVE CLIMATE p m o

C n o i s as Fo rg ive ne ss Gratitud

e 12 POSITIVE LEADERS CREATE POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS Opportunities to Support s B m et a e t T e r

rL e i h oy t l a al t He y Physical Health Emotional Health 13

POSITIVE LEADERS FOSTER POSITIVE COMMUNICATION Frequent Positive Statements s Sup m port e l b i ve o r Lang P e

ua g v l e So Describe vs Evaluate Maintain Authenticity! 14 POSITIVE LEADERS CREATE POSITIVE MEANING Jobs become careers

Depth Virtue Compliance becomes identity becomes internalization 15 TYPICAL OUTCOMES? Positively deviant behavior Strengths are optimized More, better optimistic communication Enhanced collaboration A virtuous loop people bringing out the best in people!

16 RESILIENCE & POSITIVE CULTURE: A VIRTUOUS RELATIONSHIP A Leader is a dealer in hope. -Napoleon Bonaparte Positive Culture Resilienc e WHAT IS RESILIENCE?

-Oxford Dictionary Coping with disruption Sustaining health when under constant pressure Overcoming adversities Adapting when necessary SO IS THERE A RESILIENCE ADVANTAGE? Yes! An optimistic, positive brain is 30% more productive than when negative, neutral, or stressed. -Shawn Achor, The Happiness Advantage More than 50 years of scientific research have

powerfully demonstrated that resilience is the key to success at work and satisfaction in life. -Karen Reivich & Andrew Shatt, authors, The Resilience Factor PRACTICAL WAYS TO BUILD RESILIENCE Adopt a growth vs fixed mindset (Dweck, 2006) Take on Adaptive Challenges as an opportunity to practice Choose to view failures with curiosity instead of judgment DISCUSS! A negative climate youve been part of Effects, feelings that resulted What were the spoken values? What were the unspoken values (norms?)

Examples of positive leader(s), leadership How do optimists make you feel? Does it affect your participation, output? How do optimists maintain credibility? How did the organization respond? 21 Tying it Together! Resilience Positive Leadership Leading Change Culture

WHAT NEXT? Read! Learn about Positive Leadership and Resilience!! Identify a mentor approach! (I will help you!) Make your team better. Simply begin. 23 Russ Blaine [email protected] 24

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