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Title: Developing Your Leadership Competencies

Developing Your Leadership Competencies
  • Roy Romero, CPA
  • Inside Results
  • Stan Payton

I Am Who I Am
  • Why am I here?
  • What do I expect to learn?
  • If I rate this seminar from 1-10 (ten being the
    highest possible rating), what rating do I expect
    to give?

  • Understand Leadership Competencies
  • Understand how competencies can be used to
    improve Leadership abilities.
  • How Affirmations create new leadership behaviors
  • Tools that help your determine your leadership
  • Begin your path towards leadership development

Leadership Autograph Seeker Bingo
  • Obtain signature from fellow participants in
    boxes that identify with their experiences.
  • First person to black out card call out BINGO
  • Prize for the winner.

Traits and Components Commonly Found in
Leadership Competency Models
  • Values
  • Cognitive Skills
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Diversity Components
  • Change Orientation
  • A competency model is a roadmap to individual
    and group leadership success.

Components of Competency Frameworks
  • Competencies are labels that describe how they
    relate to leadership and behavior
  • Competencies are often written as definitions
    that describe observable behaviors
  • Various types of frameworks used, many
    similarities, many differences
  • Army Field Manual 22-100
  • ECQs 5 Areas, 27 competencies
  • Marines -11 Principles, 14 Traits
  • IRS - 5 Core Responsibilities, 21 competencies
  • Others?

Values are our core beliefs that we feel most
passionate about. There are individual, family,
community, cultural and work values. For
  • Family
  • Spiritual
  • Learning
  • Integrity
  • Honesty
  • Self Awareness

Cognitive Skills
Cognitive skills represents knowledge acquired
through perception, reasoning, and intuition.
(i.e. analytical skills, learned processes like
problem solving, planning and monitoring)
  • Decisiveness
  • Problem Solving
  • Political Savvy
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Analytical Thinking
  • Technical Knowledge

Interpersonal Skills
Interpersonal skills pertain to interactions
between individuals.
  • Oral Communication
  • Written Communication
  • Influencing Negotiating
  • Developing Others
  • Coaching
  • Mentoring
  • Partnering

Diversity Components
Diversity encompasses the understanding, respect
and acceptance of the various differences and
uniqueness of individuals.
  • Cultural Awareness
  • Diversity Awareness
  • Teamwork
  • Customer Focus

Change Orientation
Change orientation is a systematic approach to
achieving change at individual and organizational
  • Leading Transformation
  • Risk taking
  • Achievement Orientation
  • Change Management
  • Creativity
  • Innovation
  • Adaptability
  • Flexibility
  • Resilience

  • Break into groups of four
  • Discuss various types of models from your
    respective organizations
  • What categories are emphasized most?
  • Values
  • Cognitive
  • Interpersonal
  • Diversity
  • Change

What is Leadership?
  • Influencing, motivating and inspiring others
    through direct or indirect means to accomplish
    organizational goals.
  • John Maxwell Influence, nothing more and
    nothing less.
  • What aspects come to your mind when you think
    about leadership?

Interesting Facts About Leaders and Leadership
  • Leadership skills are developed
  • Leaders are viewed through their strengths
  • As you develop your strengths, perceptions of
    your other skills improves (halo effect)
  • Dont concentrate on weaknesses unless they are

What are Leadership Characteristics?
  • Flipchart

Developmental Process
  • Projected Goal
  • Self-Image Comfort Zone

What is Your Self-Image About Your Personal
Leadership Capabilities?
  • I am a great leader.
  • I have many leadership skills.
  • I have leadership gaps.
  • I am not a leader.
  • I dont know how leadership skills impact me.
  • I dont really understand leadership.
  • I prefer to follow than to lead

Your Current Reality about Leadership is Your
Comfort Zone
  • Your current reality is your truth and is the
    area in which you are comfortable.
  • To develop your leadership skills you must be
    willing to move out of your comfort zone.

Developing Your Leadership Capabilities
  • Projected Goal ____
  • Creates Tension
  • Self-Image Comfort Zone

Leadership Picture Summary
  • Current reality (Where you are now)
  • Your comfort zone (Where you feel comfortable
  • Affirmation creates picture of projected reality
  • Repeated affirmations make picture clearer
  • Creates tension (creative tension)
  • You begin moving towards the projected reality
  • Learning opportunities take place
  • Resources become available
  • Your projected reality becomes your new current

  • We make them all of the time.
  • They can be positive or negative.
  • When an affirmation takes us out of our current
    reality (and comfort zone), we have a natural
    tendency to move back within our comfort zone.
  • Repeating Affirmations helps us to see a new
    reality with more clarity and helps us to create
    a new comfort zone
  • It is through this learning process that we can
    begin to extend and develop our leadership skills

Affirmations Influence Leadership Development
  • What is an affirmation?
  • Self Talk
  • Talk to others

Guidelines for Writing Affirmations
  • Personal
  • Positive
  • Present tense
  • Indicate achievement
  • No comparison
  • Action words
  • Emotion words
  • Accuracy
  • Balance
  • Realistic
  • Confidential

Affirmation Statements
  • I easily earn respect with my team by sharing
    power and control.
  • I eagerly invest in and develop my team members,
    readying them for full empowerment.
  • I easily collaborate with my team, sharing
    authority, control, responsibility and rewards.
  • I am easily trusting of others when we meet.
  • I value ideas and input others have to offer.
  • I respect and value others opinions even when I
    dont agree.
  • It is just like me to consistently show respect
    for all employees and help them transfer that
    respect to our customers.
  • My actions reveal high self-confidence in what I
    do and how I do it and I take actions that
    instills self-confidence in others.
  • I am fully aware of attitudes and behaviors that
    reveal my best self day in and day out.

Leadership Development Cycle
  • Assessment and Alignment
  • Individual Learning
  • Social Application
  • Sustain and Reinforce
  • Measure and repeat process

Profound Leadership Assessment Tool
  • Stan Payton
  • Computer Guru

Path to Leadership Development
  • Affirmations
  • Assessment tools
  • Action Plan
  • Reading
  • Observing behavior
  • Formal program
  • Community leadership activities
  • Other

  • Write three affirmation statements that improve
    your leadership capabilities
  • Write three affirmation statements pertaining to
    your personal development
  • Begin to explore the paths that will make your
    affirmations Your Reality

  • Why was I here?
  • What did I learn?
  • I rate this seminar from 1-10 (ten being the
    highest possible rating)
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