We’ve talked about the importance of taking ownership over your actions, but this does not create influence unless you establish trust with those you are leading. Once you find yourself in the middle of the difficult work of running and leading an organization, it becomes evident that it’s important to not only have the right tools and mindsets, but to also understand the importance of flexibility, integrity and adaptability in your role as a leader.
By the end of this session, students will be able to:
Understand the role and drivers of trust and integrity in relationships
Apply the situational leadership theory to people management
Identify and understand their default leadership style
Design reward systems to incent intrinsic motivations
Read the Summary of Daniel Pink’s Drive
Watch the Drive Ted Talk
Read the Trust Equation Summary
Look over the Trust Equation Infographic
Read The Trusted Advisor
Describe a situation where an inappropriate leadership style was applied to you. How did you feel at the time and how did you handle it?