Leading With Purpose
Create meaningful goals that enable you to inspire and build momentum
One of the most satisfying work experiences we can have is being part of a team that is aligned. Teams with this kind of connection know their purpose, share a vision and are unified in their efforts. However, this rarely just happens in the day-to-day business environment. Instead, it takes purposeful leadership to set the conditions and direction that encourage this depth of partnership. This session helps teams establish the foundations that enable them to meet each day with intention.
- Adopting the mindset of purposeful leadership.
- Adapting to the audience, and business, while staying authentic.
- Creating a mission that identifies the purpose of the team.
- Identifying a two-year achievable vision that drives action.
- Developing a four-year aspirational vision that expands what is possible.
- Crafting the story of what the team does, how they do it and why it matters.
I. LEADING WITH PURPOSE – MINDSET + SKILL SET
- Every engagement builds, maintains or erodes belief in your leadership.
- Leading with purpose requires mindset + skill set.
- Mindset: Authenticity and Vision.
- Skill Set: Clarity of Thought and Expression.
- Workshop:In small groups, participants will discuss preference-based and needs-based authenticity and how this applies to their team approach.
II. CLARITY OF THOUGHT – THE MISSION
- Understanding your mission is a crucial first step of leading together.
- Define the mission: What’s the purpose of this team?
- Clarifying why this purpose matters to the business at this time.
- Lead the mission: Speak to the “why” with clear answers.
- Workshop:Using the above concepts, participants will develop a team mission.
III. CLARITY OF THOUGHT – THE VISION
- Vision enables leaders to inspire and build momentum.
- Aspirational vision: Expanding the realm of the possible.
- Achievable vision: Setting meaningful goals for the near future.
- Lead the vision: Speak to the “what” with clear answers.
- Workshop:Using the above concepts, participants will develop a two-year and four-year vision for the team.
IV. CLARITY OF EXPRESSION – THE STORY
- In every interaction, we have the opportunity to build belief.
- Building belief through sharing your story.
- Elements of a story: What you do, the value, how you do it and the background.
- Lead the story: Speak to the “who” with clear answers.
- Workshop:Using the above concepts the group will create the story.
V. CLOSING THE SESSION
- Building your cadence – a daily effort.