Tahoe Youth Family Services Personal Leadership and Communication

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<ul><li>1.Tahoe Youth Family ServicesPersonal leadership style andcommunication May 10, 2012</li></ul> <p>2. 5 minute meditationWhen we divide our attention, we are actually neither here nor there.Daniel Goleman, Mindfulness @ Work: A leadingwith emotional intelligence conversation withJon Kabat-Zinn 3. This mornings agenda Introductions Icebreaker What is Leadership Explore Personal Leadership Communication Styles Reflections Conclusion 4. Introductions and Icebreakers 5. What is Leadership? 6. Leadership isa relationship 7. What is Personal Leadership? 8. The desire of an individualto take charge of his or herown life 9. How to define your personalleadership List your traits, strengths and values. Wordsthat describe how you want to be viewed as aperson and as a leader. Combine these words to define your identity. 10. How to develop your personal leadership strategic planWrite a Retirement speech. Include words fromFamily, friends, colleagues, community of yourlifetime achievement.Lifetime achievement award: Included traits,accomplishments, community service andgeneral life philosophy. 11. Qualities of personal leadership 12. Communication styles andpersonal leadership 13. From Golemans Vital Lies, SimpleTruths (1985) "The range of what we think and do is limitedby what we fail to notice. And because we failto notice that we fail to notice there is littlewe can do to change until we notice howfailing to notice shapes our thoughts anddeeds." 14. Our beliefs are the truth The truth is obvious Our beliefs are based on real data The data we select are the real data 15. I 16. E/IExtraverts are action oriented, while introverts are thoughtoriented.Extraverts seek breadth of knowledge and influence, whileintroverts seek depth of knowledge and influence.Extraverts often prefer more frequent interaction, whileintroverts prefer more substantial interaction.Extraverts recharge and get their energy from spending timewith people, while introverts recharge and get their energyfrom spending time alone. 17. Sensing/Intuition 18. Thinking/Feeling 19. Judging/Perceiving Judging types prefer to have matters settled Perceiving types prefer to keep decisionsopen 20. Building Communication Skills 21. Personal Leadership andCommunication Take Aways 22. Laurie DalzellMaven Connector Group 530.318.1988laurie@mavenconnector.ca </p>