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The material for this is the course "Leadership Foundations" with Britt Andreatta on Lynda.com

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Leadership Fundamentals with Britt Andreatta Course Outline Dear Premium Subscriber, I am happy to provide you with this additional resource. To maximize the development of your leadership skills, I recommend that you use this course outline in the following 3 ways. 1. Print out 1 copy to use for taking notes while you watch the course. Taking notes while listening further increases your understanding and retention of the information. 2. After each video, add notes about some specific actions you can take in next few weeks to implement the strategies. Your learning will be enhanced if you can ground each learning objective in your own personal experience. Later, use these notes to design your leadership development plan over the next several months. 3. Once you have watched the course, print out another copy to use as a way to test your knowledge. This will further anchor the material in your memory. Happy learning! Warmly, Britt What is Leadership? (1-1) What is the definition of leadership? Fill in this diagram of leadership skills: Leadership Fundamentals with Britt Andreatta 2 of 14 When Are You Leading? (1-2) The primary goal of leadership is The primary goal of management is Fill in this table with the primary differences between management and leadership. Management Leadership 1. Approach 2. Time frame 3. Focus 4. Resources 5. Task goals 6. People skills The Balancing Act (1-3) What are strategies to make the balancing act easier: 1. 2. 3. Leadership Fundamentals with Britt Andreatta 3 of 14 Finding Your Leadership Level (1-4) What are the five levels of leadership? Level 5 = Level 4 = Level 3 = Level 2 = Level 1 = Changing Scope and Stakes (1-5) Specify how these 3 things change as you move up leadership levels. 1. Scope 2. Stakes 3. Proportion Leadership Fundamentals with Britt Andreatta 4 of 14 Organizational Dynamics (1-6) What are the 7 stages of the life cycle of an organization? List two external and two internal factors that affect organizations. 1. 2. 3. 4. Mapping Leadership Competencies (2-1) List at list 3 competencies affiliated with each of the clusters. Self awareness 1. 2. 3. Building relationships 1. 2. 3. Leadership Fundamentals with Britt Andreatta 5 of 14 Business acumen 1. 2. 3. Organizational Strategy 1. 2. 3. Leading with Vision and Values (2-2) People like working for leaders who do what 2 things? 1. 2. What are the four steps to leading with vision and values? 1. 2. 3. 4. Cultivating Emotional Intelligence (2-3) What are the two components of emotional intelligence? 1. 2. Leadership Fundamentals with Britt Andreatta 6 of 14 From the scenario, identify how Serena demonstrates the first component. How does she demonstrate the second component? Motivating and Engaging Others (2-4) What are the 3 driving forces that motivate humans? 1. 2. 3. When the first two levels are satisfied, people are most motivated by: , , and . What are the 10 causes of employee disengagement? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Leadership Fundamentals with Britt Andreatta 7 of 14 What are the 5 strategies for building a culture of employee engagement? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Developing Your People (2-5) List the 6 core components you need to discover about your employees. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Increasing Team Performance (2-6) What are the 4 qualities that makes a group a team? 1. 2. 3. 4. Leadership Fundamentals with Britt Andreatta 8 of 14 List the most common reasons team fail. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. List the 7 key factors to discuss with the team when making the team playbook. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Facilitating Change (2-7) What is the difference between change and transition? What are the 2 ways effective leaders affect the change curve? 1. 2. Leadership Fundamentals with Britt Andreatta 9 of 14 What are the 3 strategies that leaders can use to help facilitate change? 1. 2. 3. Effective leaders are patient and allow people time to make the transition, knowing that after about repetitions of the new behavior, things will settle down. Developing Political Acumen (2-8) Political acumen is defined as: What are the 5 types of power? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. You can identify the priorities of an organization by looking for how it invests its , , and . List the strategies you can use to hone your political acumen. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Leadership Fundamentals with Britt Andreatta 10 of 14 Scanning Your Environment and Industry (2-9) List the ways to stay informed about your organization. 1. 2. 3. 4. What are strategies Serena uses to stay informed about her industry? 1. 2. 3. 4. Building Key Relationships (2-10) How can mirror neurons affect your relationships with others? What are the 3 strategies for building authentic relationships? 1. 2. 3. When you need to tap into the collective wisdom and influence of your network, what are ways to go about it? A mentor is Leadership Fundamentals with Britt Andreatta 11 of 14 Creating a Great Culture (2-11) List some of the benefits of having a great culture. Great cultures have the following 4 key factors in common: 1. 2. 3. 4. What are the strategies for driving the creation of a great culture? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Practicing Sustainability (2-12) List the key practices and at least 1 benefit each provides for effective leadership. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Leadership Fundamentals with Britt Andreatta 12 of 14 Developing Resilience (2-13) The two phases of resilience are: 1. 2. List the 5 strategies for developing your resilience. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Working with Ineffective Leaders (3-1) Identify some ways to share leadership practices with others. What are the 3 key reasons for connecting with other effective leaders? 1. 2. 3. Next Steps (3-2) Identify 1-2 areas of your own development you want to focus on for the next few weeks. 1. 2. Leadership Fundamentals with Britt Andreatta 13 of 14 What specific strategies or actions do you plan to implement over the next 4-6 weeks (the goal is to get 40 repetitions to groove the new behavior)? List the 3 actions you can take for furthering your leadership learning. 1. 2. 3. Leadership Fundamentals with Britt Andreatta 14 of 14
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What is Leadership? (1-1)
What is the definition of leadership?
Leadership is the capacity and willingness to rally other individuals to the common purpose
together with characters which inspire confidence and trust in other people.
Diagram of Leadership skills

When Are You Leading? (1-2)
The primary goal of leadership is accomplishment of the mission of the firm or organization.
The primary goal of management is: Maximizing shareholder’s wealth in firm.
Primary differences between management and leadership
Management
1. Approach

Tell people what to do

Leadership
Guide people towards ultimate
success

2. Time frame

Short term/current

Long term/future

3. Focus

To bring stability

Bringing change

4. Resources

Uses the available resources

Invents the resources

through planning
5. Task goals

Management is focused on

Leadership is focused on the

accomplishing short term

long term goals

goals
6. People skills

Rely on existing and proven
skills

Leaders grow personally

The Balancing Act (1-3)
What are strategies to make the balancing act easier?
1. The first strategy is controlling
2. Stating rules and demands
3. Monitoring and supervision
Finding Your Leadership Level (1-4)
What are the five levels of leadership?
Level 5 = Pinnacle
Level 4 = Reproduction or people development
Level 3 = Production
Level 2 = Permission
Level 1 = Position
Changing Scope and Stakes (1-5)
Specify how these 3 things change as you move up leadership levels.
1. Scope: As you move from position to pinnacle, the scope increases because you continue
gaining knowledge on how to lead people.
2. Stakes: The stakes will increase as level of leadership increase.

3. Proportion: The first level has a huge proportion which decreases as the levels increase.
Organizational Dynamics (1-6)
What are the 7 stages of the life cycle of an organization?
1. Inception
2. Launching
3. Growth
4. Maturation
5. Peak performance
6. Rejuvenation
7. Termination

List two external and two internal factors that affect organizations

External factors
1. Political change
2. Sociocultural change
Internal factors
3. Financial risks
4. Employee risks

Mapping Leadership Competencies (2-1)
List at list 3 competencies affiliated with each of the clusters.
Self-awareness
1. Strengths
2. Weaknesses
3. How other people view you
Building relationships
1. How you...


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