The Best Leaders Have the Best Systems

Lead Change Blog

Systems. If you’re going to accomplish anything big or important—and that’s what leadership is all about—you’ll need systems. Good systems are what we use to accomplish tasks that have to be done, at a certain level of quality or accuracy, again and again.

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How To Assemble A Support System

Joseph Lalonde

As you step into the role of a leader, you have to know how to assemble a support system. What A Healthy Support System Looks Like. We’ve been fed the lie that leadership is a lonely battle. Well, that’s true but only if we let leadership be lonely.

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The System is the Secret

Kevin Eikenberry

It isn’t new and it isn’t sexy, but that secret is systems. The post The System is the Secret appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning. Leadership & Supervisory Skills management systems

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Systems Thinking: Using the 5 Whys

Leading in Context

Complexity Context Ethical Leader Ethical Thinking coherent ethics ethical leadership thinking ethical thinking tools ethics and complexity making ethical decisions meaningful ethicsBy Linda Fisher Thornton In my Applied Ethics Class last fall, I introduced my students to the Five Whys. This is a simple and valuable tool for getting to the root cause of problems.

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The Santa Claus Leadership System

Leadership Freak

Generosity system: The […]. Communication Encouragement Success Taking others higher Generosity Leadership Development leadership success organizational success Santa Claus Santa Claus asks, “What do you want?” Leaders get further when they know what the people around them want and do their best to give it. Generosity assumes you know what others want. Hot dogs in a vegetarian’s Christmas stocking might be funny, but it’s not generous.

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Could Your Incentive System Be Hindering Performance?

RapidStart Leadership

But as this story of the Soviet Union’s most prolific athlete shows, sometimes our incentive system can do the … Could Your Incentive System Be Hindering Performance? The post Could Your Incentive System Be Hindering Performance? Leadership Skills

Managing Ethical Leadership as a Performance System

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton When we think about ethical leadership as a performance system, we get a higher level view of what it takes to develop ethical leaders. This graphic shows what an integrated ethical leadership performance management system might look like. Ethical Organization Trends ethical leadership ethical performance ethical performance management ethics what is ethical leadership

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What is a system?

Deming Institute

Deming took this one step further by postulating that every system must have an aim. Many systems evolve without their “designers” consciously thinking about an aim, but you can often reverse-engineer the aim of a system by studying its makeup and the outcomes it’s producing.

The Shamrock System – Plus, Minus, and Equal

Leadership Freak

The Shamrock development… Continue reading → Coaching Humility Marks of leaders Mentoring Personal Growth Success Taking others higher arrogance Leadership Leadership DevelopmentFrank Shamrock is one of the most successful mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters of all time. He was named “Fighter of the Decade” for the 1990s by the Wrestling Observer.

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Time Management Systems

Survive Your Promotion

I was planning to put together a post reviewing a few of the major trends in time management systems. Instead I did a quick search and found a great article which describes in detail some of the major systems out there. Survive Your Promotion!

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Leading in a Systems World

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton The impact of our leadership decisions is felt far beyond the spaces where we work. Ethical Leader Ethical Thinking ethical leadership leading ethically what is ethical leadership what is leadership The choices that we make may impact people, communities, the environment and society for generations.

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A System for the Soft Side of Leadership

EnLeadership

These same people, as managers of people, need a system or framework for bringing out the best in people. This is the aspect of a manager’s (team leader, executive, supervisor) role that we call leadership – the people or soft part of their role.

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Organizations as Social Systems

Curious Cat

Organizations are social systems made up of people. Social systems often amplify what happens. To improve it is wise to this into account and design elements of the management system to encourage the amplification of what is good and that seeks to stop what is bad from being amplified.

Tactical Execution Best Practice 1 – Priority System Alignment with Mission Goals

Strategy Driven

2,500+ Expert Contributor management and leadership articles. Premium Tactical Execution business leadership business management organizational alignment priority system alignment strategydriven

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Brian Banks

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article. Sadly, his wrongful conviction would sideline his hopes […] The post Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Brian Banks appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. Brian Banks was a rising football star at Polytechnic High School in Long Beach, California.

A 3 Step System to Come Out Smarter After Failure

Leadership Freak

” A 3 step system to come out smarter after failure: #1. Name the bad decisions… Continue reading → Failure Humility Leadership Development organizational successThe same failures repeat for blunt skulls. It’s not enough to say, “I screwed up.” Name it. Address the past.

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The Leadership GPS System – Extension Process, Preemptive Crisis Analytics: The New Reality

N2Growth Blog

The extension process within the Crisis Leadership & Performance-Driven Execution framework’s Leadership GPS System evolves from the new reality in business analytics and organizational design. Doing the right things to get the right things done requires a GPS system to achieve high performance-driven execution. The following information outlines the key challenges that must be overcome by answering the extended Leadership GPS questions. By Damian D.

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5 Ways To Bolster Your Organization’s Ethical Immune System

Leading in Context

Eating healthy foods, exercising and getting enough sleep all boost our individual immune systems. What actions can we take to boost our ethical immune systems? Complexity Ethical Organization Ethical Thinking 7 Lenses business ethics complexity ethical business leadership ethical leadership context By Linda Fisher Thornton I was thinking about organizational culture recently, and noticed an interesting parallel.

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Scaling Leadership

Leading Blog

T HE INEVITABLE CONSEQUENCE of leading in an increasingly complex world is that we will have developmental gaps in our leadership. The solution is to scale our leadership. Leadership must learn to scale itself, but not any kind of leadership will do.

How to Humanize Leadership

Leading Blog

Humanizing Leadership Mentors. During the book writing process, I reflected on the multitude of individuals who graciously shared their time, words, wisdom, and encouragement with me along my personal leadership journey. Humanizing Leadership Overcomes Outdated Organizational Views.

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Meltdown: Why Our Systems Fail and What We Can Do About It

Leading Blog

More and more of our systems are in the danger zone, but our ability to manage them hasn’t quite caught up. As systems become more complex, we are more vulnerable to unexpected system failures. Some systems are linear and in these systems, the source of the breakdown is obvious.

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A System or A Compass – It’s Your Decision

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development What dictates the goals you set? Leadership Development Goal Setting goals Leadership personal developmentWho sets your goals? What drives them? There are a lot of great books and information available on goal setting. Some simple, some complicated and others really complicated. You can get as sophisticated as you want. You can get as complicated as you want. You can even attend conferences [.].

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Scaling Leadership

Lead Change Blog

Or are you a High-Reactive leader, who practices leadership that cancels itself out and seriously limits scale? In their new book, Scaling Leadership , our sponsors, Bob Anderson and Bill Adams, provide a proven framework for magnifying agile and scalable leadership in your organization.

Organizational Performance Measures – System Implementation Challenges

Strategy Driven

Organizational performance measurement systems are complex constructs that significantly impact leadership decisions, employee behaviors, and management processes and systems. Acceptance of a new or upgraded performance monitoring system centers on metric and report accuracy.

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Habits, Systems, and Playing Games at Work

Leadership Freak

Leadership is thinking about what; management is thinking about how. Leading Personal Growth Teams Communication Culture gaming Growth Leadership Leadership Development Organizational Development organizational success The worship of busyness invites inefficiency. Efficiently doing what doesn’t matter isn’t effective. Effectiveness is asking, “What to do.” Efficiency is asking, “How to do it.” Effectiveness trumps efficiency.

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The System is the Secret with Jim Butler

Kevin Eikenberry

Today I delve into the importance of systems for success, with business extraordinaire and bestselling author of “The System is the Secret: Proven Ways to Implement the System That Will Transform and Grow Your Business,” Jim Butler.

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The Systems Thinking Leader

LDRLB

A key component of global leadership is complexity. Consider traditional medical education, which reduces the complexity of the human body down to smaller components (circulatory system, respiratory system, etc). I propose that dealing with cultures in the future will involve what Senge (1990) calls systems thinking. Systems thinking involves understanding how things influence each other inside a larger whole.

Do You Have the Fundamental Systems to Serve Customers?

Modern Servant Leader

Does your organization have the fundamental systems in place to serve your customer’s needs? Here’s an example: Bad Systems: An Example. Either the company intentionally separated us, with the hopes of extracting more money by pushing us to purchase upgraded seats, or their seating systems lacked any ability to meet their customers most basic needs. What systems do I have in place to ensure their needs are met?

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Systems Drive Behaviors

Mike Cardus

Systems Drive Behaviors. Every organization, team, and person wants to do amazing work the problem is that many systems within organizations do not allow people to do this. What systems do you have control over in your organization? “Mike, we need this team to talk more.”.

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100 Systems Thinking Resources for Leaders

Leading in Context

Systems and connections are the stuff we and organizations are made of. To begin to solve today's complex problems, systemic and connected thinking is the kind of thinking we need to use. Ethical Thinking business ethics blogs ethics in leadership leading ethically in organizations

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The World’s Cheapest Simplest Leadership Development System

Leadership Freak

Coaching Feedback Influence Taking others higher Teams freak of the week Growth Leadership Development Organizational Development volunteer boards** We’ve all been there. We get fired up at a conference only to run out of steam a few days later. Regardless of how good, training won’t stick on its own. Leaders aren’t developed with occasional seminars and sporadic training. But, who has the time and who can afford it? Free simple option: Jeffery Norris, the Director [.].

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126: Holacracy – An Agile Management System for a Rapidly Changing World | with Brian Robertson

Engaging Leader

Holacracy is a fundamentally different “operating system” for organizations. Instead, employees […] Holacracy is a fundamentally different “operating system” for organizations. Team leadership

T.O.I.L.E.T. Training™ -- a breakthrough system to improve workplace learning

Great Leadership By Dan

Training System™ -- a new platform that promises to reshape how training is delivered in modern organizations. Training System™ takes the concept to a new level. Training System™, RLI conducted extensive on-site research at some of America’s leading companies.

Leadership: A Spiritual Boot Camp

Lead Change Blog

Leadership expert James MacGregor Burns, once wrote something that we think is very interesting to consider. He said, “Leadership is one of the most observed and least understood phenomena on earth.” Since those words were originally written more than 40 years ago, we suspect that leadership has actually become one of the most observed and the most understood phenomena on earth. Becoming a truly great leader requires first transforming yourself and then the system.

StrategyDriven Podcast Episode 33 – Making Change Work: What are Systems and How Do They Influence Change?

Strategy Driven

Episode 33 – Making Change Work: What are systems and how to they influence change? explores what systems are and their importance to effectively managing any change. why ignoring systems makes change harder than it needs to be.

Adaptation and Controlling Leadership Can’t Coexist

Leading in Context

Complexity Context Ethical Leader Ethical Thinking ethical leadership ethical thinking ethics blog positive leadership systems thinkingBy Linda Fisher Thornton Leaders who solve complex problems need a special blend of qualities - the curiosity to untangle the variables, the persistence to keep trying, and the openness to change beliefs and strategies as answers emerge from the chaos. .

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First Look: Leadership Books for October 2019

Leading Blog

Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in October 2019. In Sailing True North , Admiral Stavridis offers a much more intimate, human accounting: the lessons of leadership and character contained in the lives and careers of history's most significant naval commanders.

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Leveraging Leadership R&D

Lead Change Blog

Combine this with the fact that Deloitte 2019 Human Capital Survey cites that 80% of companies don’t think they have the right leadership capability in place to address this, then we obviously have a leadership crisis on our hands. What systems and processes can you put in place that, once designed, can be duplicated and used time and time again? The post Leveraging Leadership R&D appeared first on Lead Change.

The Systems Thinking Leader

LDRLB

A key component of global leadership is complexity. Consider traditional medical education, which reduces the complexity of the human body down to smaller components (circulatory system, respiratory system, etc). I propose that dealing with cultures in the future will involve what Senge (1990) calls systems thinking. Systems thinking involves understanding how things influence each other inside a larger whole.

Shifting the Team from Separate Functions to Systems Thinking–Case Study

Mike Cardus

We met and decided to investigate using systems-analysis approach a major machine that broke down after a scheduled shutdown and the company could not get running again, costing the company millions per month in lost revenue. from separate functions to systems thinking.

Management Observation Program Best Practice 14 – Criteria Scoring System

Strategy Driven

The post Management Observation Program Best Practice 14 – Criteria Scoring System appeared first on StrategyDriven. Management observation cards are intended to be easy and straightforward to complete in the field.

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A System For Rapid Realignment

Tim Milburn

As you read this post, think of ways you can implement this realignment system within your own environment of culture. Our prescription for rapid realignment has the following steps: Align the leadership team. Align the Leadership Team. This is a guest post by Dr. George H.

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How You Value “Value” Determines Your Leadership Value

General Leadership

The post How You Value “Value” Determines Your Leadership Value appeared first on General Leadership. Curator Posts extrinsic feedback first impressions intrinsic levin objective relationships systemic value