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Lecture 2- Third conversation: Team culturing
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  1. Match Team Culturing (the Third Conversation) with its corresponding “The Point” and “Getting the Point.”
    • The Point ~ A Team’s Culture Either Substitutes, Enhances or Neutralizes Your Impact — Give Team Culture Your Attention!
    • Culture is “the way we do it around here.” Culture includes ways of thinking, speaking, behaving and making. Culture inherently repels change and innovation because it loves stability (e.g., “We have never done it that way before”). Therefore, we resist transformation and hold on to preservation of the cultural norm.Getting the Point: What if Command & Control Models of Leadership Were Indicators of the Absence of High Performance Teams
  2. Negative characteristics of the ______________ follower: • Plays political games• Risk averse and prone to cover their tracks• Carries out assignments with middling enthusiasm
    The Pragmatic Follower
  3. Positive characteristics of the _______________ Follower: •A maverick who thinks for his/herself•Plays the devil’s advocate
    The Alienated Follower
  4. The ____________ follower believes that:•Staying within the rules is what matters•Should avoid uncertainty and chaos
    The Pragmatic Follower
  5. The ____________ follower believes that:•Their contribution is important… even essential
    The Exemplary Follower
  6. Negative characteristics of the ______________ follower:•Troublesome, cynical•Not a team player
    The Alienated Follower
  7. Positive characteristics of the _______________ Follower Accepts assignments easily•Trusts and commits him/herself to the team and the leader•Seeks to minimize conflict
    The Conformist Follower
  8. The ____________ follower believes that:•Their leader does not fully recognize or utilize their talents
    The Alienated Follower
  9. Negative characteristics of the ______________ follower: •Lacks own ideas•Unwilling to make unpopular decisions•Averse to conflict
    The Conformist Follower
  10. Negative characteristics of the ______________ follower: •Just putting in their time, little else•Requires lots of supervision
    The Passive Follower
  11. The ____________ follower believes that: •Following the established order is more important than outcomes
    The Conformist Follower
  12. Positive characteristics of the _______________ Follower: •Relies on the leader’s judgment uncritically•Seldom resists
    The Passive Follower
  13. Negative characteristics of the ______________ follower: •Just putting in their time, little else•Requires lots of supervision
    The Passive Follower
  14. Negative characteristics of the ______________ follower: •Highly idealistic; can suffer disillusionment•Burnout
    The Exemplary Follower
  15. The ____________ follower believes that: The organization doesn’t want their ideas•The leader is going to do what he/she wants anyway
    The Passive Follower
  16. Positive characteristics of the _______________ Follower : •Contributes above and beyond•Seeks to add value and assist others
    The Exemplary Follower
  17. Positive characteristics of the _______________ Follower: • Keeps things in perspective•Plays by the rules and regulations
    The Pragmatic Follower
  18. (Matching)Negative/positive/beliefs: The Pragmatic Follower
    • Positive:
    • • Keeps things in perspective
    • • Plays by the rules and regulations
    • Negative:
    • • Plays political games
    • • Risk averse and prone to cover their tracks
    • • Carries out assignments with middling enthusiasm
    • Believes that:
    • • Staying within the rules is what matters
    • • Should avoid uncertainty and chaos
  19. (Matching)Negative/positive/beliefs:The Alienated Follower
    • Positive:
    • • A maverick who thinks for his/herself
    • • Plays the devil’s advocate
    • Negative:
    • • Troublesome, cynical
    • • Not a team player
    • Believes that:
    • • Their leader does not fully recognize or utilize their talents
  20. (Matching)Negative/positive/beliefs:The Passive Follower
    • Positive:
    • • Relies on the leader’s judgment uncritically
    • • Seldom resists
    • Negative:
    • • Just putting in their time, little else
    • • Requires lots of supervision
    • Believes that:
    • • The organization doesn’t want their ideas
    • • The leader is going to do what he/she wants anyway
  21. (Matching)Negative/positive/beliefs: The Exemplary Follower
    • Positive:
    • • Contributes above and beyond
    • • Seeks to add value and assist others
    • Negative:
    • • Highly idealistic; can suffer disillusionment
    • • Burnout
    • Believes that: Their contribution is important… even essential
  22. (Matching)Negative/positive/beliefs:The Conformist Follower
    • Positive:
    • • Accepts assignments easily
    • • Trusts and commits him/herself to the team and the leader
    • • Seeks to minimize conflict
    • Negative:
    • • Lacks own ideas
    • • Unwilling to make unpopular decisions
    • • Averse to conflict
    • Believes that:
    • • Following the established order is more important than outcomes
  23. Recognize the characteristics of the In-Group and Out-Group that the leader creates. – Which group has these characteristics?•People who seem to be the leader’s “favorites” may not really be favorites but the go-to people who get things done according to the leader’s strategy.•The In-group is given more information, influence, confidence & concern from Leader•It is more dependable, highly involved & communicative than the Out-group
    The In-Group
  24. Recognize the characteristics of the In-Group and Out-Group that the leader creates. – Which group has these characteristics?•Is less compatible with the Leader•They usually just come to work, do their job & go home
    The Out-Group
  25. List (in 1 phrase each) and describe (in 1 sentence each) four of the values, ideas or practices you observed in The Orpheus Process – a “leaderless” leadership culture (chamber orchestra video). (Sect. 4.7)
    See your notes
  26. Write-out (in 1 sentence) the definition of mentoring
    Mentoring defined: mentoring is a growth-centered relationship designed to help one fulfill their God-Given potential through the intentional sharing of life and resources.
  27. List (in 1 word and in correct sequence) the six phases of the mentoring life-cycle and describe each phase in 1-2 sentence.
    • 1.Inspiration
    • Get the Chemistry Right
    • Pray
    • 2.Investigation
    • Identify Needs and Sources
    • Match Needs with Influence
    • 3.Initiation
    • Agree on the Plan
    • Be Specific
    • 4.Impartation
    • Meet Around Principles/Skills
    • Prepare with Content
    • 5.Imitation
    • Mentee Adapts, Adopts and Applies Principles/Skills
    • Progress Must be Measurable
    • 6.Iteration
    • Mentee is Released to Reproduce in Others
    • Close, Release and Launch
  28. Recognize the Spectrum of Equipping - its types of relationships (e.g., Intentional/Intensive or Proportional/Passive) and examples of types (e.g., discipler or model) and the types’ and examples’ relative order along the spectrum.
    • • Intentional/Intensive type of relationships. Examples: a discipler, a spiritual director, counselor/therapist.
    • • Situational/Occasional types of relationships. Examples: consultant, coach, sponsor.
    • • The most Proportional/Passive type of relationship. Examples: a model, then a friend
    • See chart in sect. 4.12
  29. What model is this describing :In this transgenerational model, you, as mentor, recruit mentees, who each commit to recruit the next generation of mentees, etc. Be intentional in reproducing yourself in many others. Structure what you value.
    Eagle's Nest Model
  30. What model is this describing :You can this model to recruit replacements. Leaders are replaced by following the chain of command, or selecting from deeper levels, or recruiting from outside the organization
    Corporate Succession Model
  31. What model is this describing :In four generations of leaders, when Leader 1 leaves, Leader 2 steps into the Leader 1 role, Leader 3 steps into the Leader 2 role, and Leader 4 steps into the Leader 3 role.
    Carl George’s Group Succession Model
  32. What model is this describing :twelve people are chosen to be made into leaders. They are served and invested in for over a lifetime. They each in turn did the same (by picking twelve people they invested in over a lifetime). This powerful leadership replication model can change a culture!
    Caseanno’s Groups of Twelve Model

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