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    Dr Dominique Beck dominique beck coaching | training

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    Brilliant Leadership Based on Brain Science

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    Overview • Brilliant leadership vs mediocre management

    • Five potential pitfalls of basic human drivers

    • Practical strategies for brilliant leadership

    • Leadership self-reflection

    • Leading through coaching

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    Your challenge …

    • What is a challenge you are currently dealing with at work? – Strategic, staff, a tough decision, etc.

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    Managing or leading?

    How many people had a change in their thinking?

    How many asked about the problem? The past? How many offered a solution? How many tried to solve the problem for your partner: Giving advice, making suggestions, telling what to do? How many asked questions about the solution?

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    ChallengeChallenge

    AskAsk

    SolutionSolution

    TellTell

    ProblemProblem

    TAPS Model

    © Dr David Rock

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    Mediocre Management

    8 out of 9 managers tell staff what to do

    Advice is given often, yet only needed a quarter of the time

    75% of time, others will find a solution without being told

    Managing has just become easier and more challenging!

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    ChallengeChallenge InsightInsight ActionAction

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    Five Pitfalls of Human Drivers

    Autonomy

    Certainty

    Fairness

    Relatedness

    Status

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    Some spicy science facts

    • Content

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    Brilliant Leadership - Strategies

    1. Five levels of thinking

    2. Peak performance

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    Five Levels of Thinking

    1. Vision

    2. Planning

    3. Detail

    4. Problem

    5. Drama

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    Peak Performance

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    Leadership Self Reflection

    1. Three levels of thinking

    2. Healthy Mind Platter

    3. Calm under Pressure

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    Three Levels of Thinking

    1. Level 1 – Light focus: Emails

    2. Level 2 – Moderate focus: Problem thinking

    3. Level 3 – High focus: Prioritising, solution thinking

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    Urgent Not urgent

    Important Quadrant I Crises Pressing problems Deadline‐driven projects

    Quadrant II Planning Recognising new  opportunities Relationship building

    Not important Quadrant III Interruptions, some calls Some mail, some reports Some meetings Pressing matters Popular activities

    Quadrant IV Trivia, busy work Some mail Some phone calls Time wasters Pleasant activities

    Time Management Matrix

    Source: Stephen Covey (1989)

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    Leadership Self Reflection

    • How many people had a change in their thinking?

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    Calm under Pressure

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    Leading through Coaching

    1. Vision focus

    2. Solution focus

    3. Staff focus

    4. Awareness focus

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    In Summary .. Dare to be different!

    1. Focus on solutions and thinking questions – the TAP model

    2. Five areas of human social experience – Autonomy, certainty, fairness, relatedness, status

    3. Five levels of thinking – Vision, planning, detail, problem, drama

    4. Sweet spot of peak performance – innovation + creativity

    5. Leadership self reflection – Levels of thinking, healthy mind platter, physical/emotional self regulation

    6. The leader as coach

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    Your Main Take Away

    … ??

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    Reading Material

    Covey S. 7 Habits of highly effective people. Goleman D. Emotional intelligence. Csikszentmihalyi M. Flow. Patterson K et al. Crucial conversations. Rock D. Your brain at work. Schwartz J. You are not your brain. Seligman M. Authentic happiness. Siegel D. Mindsight.

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