Better today than yesterday - Leadership and Change

Better today than yesterday - Leadership and Change

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Mike Cardus

June 11, 2020
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  2. Leadership: Comparing Yourself to Yesterday's Version 2 Mike Cardus ::

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  3. Create Eliminate 3 Mike Cardus :: www.MikeCardus.com

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  8. How do I determine my values or hopes? 1. What

    are your best hopes? 2. What will your closest friend notice is different about you when you realize these hopes? 3. On a scale of 1 – 10, with 10 being you can describe your hopes and 1 being the opposite; where are you on this scale? 4. What is currently happening that supports the # you chose? 5. In your past, how have you been successful in making tough choices? What is different about those times? 6. How are your hopes currently happening, even a little? 7. Can you share or describe your 2 to 3 hopes or areas of progress? 8 Mike Cardus :: www.MikeCardus.com
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  11. 11 Goldsmith wheel of change Mike Cardus :: www.MikeCardus.com

  12. What behaviors can you actively control? A behavior I choose

    to create or add is … … how will others notice this behavior change? … how will I notice this behavior change? A behavior I choose to preserve or enhance is … … how will others notice this behavior change? … how will I notice this behavior change? A behavior I choose to eliminate is … … how will others notice this behavior change? … how will I notice this behavior change? A behavior I choose to accept is … … how will others notice this behavior change? … how will I notice this behavior change? 12 Mike Cardus :: www.MikeCardus.com
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  14. Mike’s values/hopes 1.Increase work with current/past clients and identify new/unique

    opportunities for progress through strengthening ODMC outreach and content. 2.Innovate and develop new or unique ways to improve client condition and support client to be seen as hero’s of their work story. 3.Be the best Dad and Husband I can be, through kindness – teamwork – doing my best. 14 Mike Cardus :: www.MikeCardus.com
  15. What behaviors can you actively control? A behavior I choose

    to create or add is … … how will others notice this behavior change? … how will I notice this behavior change? A behavior I choose to preserve or enhance is … … how will others notice this behavior change? … how will I notice this behavior change? A behavior I choose to eliminate is … … how will others notice this behavior change? … how will I notice this behavior change? A behavior I choose to accept is … … how will others notice this behavior change? … how will I notice this behavior change? 15 Mike Cardus :: www.MikeCardus.com
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  20. The progress happens through checking in on your effort and

    achievement. This can happen in many ways, here are some ideas that I use with leadership and team coaching: •daily phone call – I call you every day at the same time and ask you to go through your leadership behavior change list and share your scored effort. •weekly coaching meeting – we meet or have a phone call every week, during the call we review your scored effort and ask about what you wish to amplify and dampen. •accountable team meetings – your team chooses to make 15 minutes per/week to share and discuss your scored effort. •you and your manager or direct report – do this process together and meet every day for 5 to 10 minutes to share scored effort and discuss the day. 20 Mike Cardus :: www.MikeCardus.com
  21. What makes this process work? 1.you control what you wish

    to change and put effort into. 2.the daily practice taking 5 to 10 minutes to read and self-score your effort on areas of leadership behavior change that are important to you. 3.knowing that someone besides you is going to ask you about your leadership behavior change and scored progress keeps the effort and check- in happening. 4.each behavior is something active that you can change, it does not depend on someone else to do something for you or for someone else to change. 5.doing this as a team or with a peer creates a shared model and process, having shared language for change helps to discuss and support small steps that work. 21 Mike Cardus :: www.MikeCardus.com
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  24. 1.Did I do my best to follow the billing &

    project process? 2.Did I do my best to hold others accountable for following the billing & project process? 3.Did I do my best to set project deadlines? 4.Did I do my best to achieve project deadlines? 5.Did I do my best to hold myself accountable to work deadlines? 6.Did I do my best to see ‘our company’ as a thriving company? 7.Did I do my best to preserve my quality of work? 8.Did I do my best to be innovative? 9.Did I do my best to achieve & uphold quality standards? 10.Did I do my best to preserve a high trust, empowering office environment? 11.Did I do my best to support my teammates? 12.Did I do my best to accept that others hold me accountable? 13.Did I do my best to accept that others have different quality standards? 14.Did I do my best to accept that others have different goals & priorities? 15.Did I do my best to see conflict/ resolution as a point of progress? 16.Did I do my best to accept others feedback/ critique of my work? 17.Did I do my best to eliminate the belief that others feedback + challenges are all about me? 18.Did I do my best to eliminate ‘our company’ being a scrappy, struggling company? 19.Did I do my best to stop trying to be everything to everyone? 24 Mike Cardus :: www.MikeCardus.com
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