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21 Cards in this Set

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Why is Leadership dangerous
-people don't like to change
-heart of danger=loss
-bo beyond authority
-adaptive change is painful
types of change
what are three things you need as a leader
-smart regarding your actions
-long term vs. short term benefits
-being strong in hard moments
What are the Faces of Danger
Attack, diversion, seduction, marginalization,
attacking personalitites and values
trying to advert you from issue either from an adaptive issue to technical
trying to change platform
"if you do this.."
-want to be liked/loved as a leader
seperating into groups/sterotypes
ex: women view
-bring to the table that that view isn't acceptable
-they start their say but never finish it
What are four ways to make the Balcony Approach work?
-watching authroty figure for clues
-finding where people are at
-accepting responsibility
-distingusihing between technical and adaptive issues
what do you do when you look at the big picture?
-focus on a bunhc of things not just one
-listen to the song beneth the words
-distinguish between tehcnical and adaptive changes
What are the 3 ways to remove yourself from the issue?
-emotinally remove
-see both perspectives
-remove bias
how do you think politically?
-don't work alone (partners)
-take responsibility
-keep oposition close-understandng platform
How do you orchestrate conflict?
1. holding environment
2. temperature, move from cold to hot
(hot-adaptive, cold-technical)
4. structure
-pass the work, show them the future
how do you give the work back?
-take work off your shoulders
-help it be successful
what are the 4 ways to intervene?
ex: "I observed you were off task"
ask question-(more direct)
"I observed you were off task, what do you think?"
interpretation(even more direct)
"i observed you were off task, i think your books need to go away if i see you reading them again."
"You are done goofing off, give me your books."
step one in leadership on the line
starting out and becoming a leader and learning how to be a good leader and knowing the different types of change
step two
watching out as a leader for the possible dangers that could come your way
step three
seeing the issue that has been brought up from the balcony
step four
work together to solve the problem, and make sure that you keep the oposition close and have a strategy
step five
orchestrate the conflict, basically meet together and have a set meeting that discusses a compromise/plan for the issue
step six
once you have decided a solution, but it to work, and as a leader don't do it all yourself, but intervene when needed