Leadership connection

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Welcome to the Leadership connection page

What is the meaning of connection?

A relationship in which a person or thing is linked or associated with something else: e.g. "the connections between social attitudes and productivity".


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Leadrship connection paradigms
Dialogic and constructivist paradigm Monologic and realist paradigm
Multitude of - World-views

- View-points

- Solutions to problems

One correct - World view

- View-point

- Solution to a problem

Language is used for - Interpretation and creation of reality

- Sharing meaning

- Inquiry

Language is used for - Describing reality

- Mediating information

- Advocation of ones own point of view

- Persuasion

Dialogue emphasizes - Thinking together

- Creating mutual vision

- Learning together

- Balancing listening and voicing

- Searching for common values

Monologue emphasizes - Thinking in solitude

- Working for ones own vision

- Teaching or learning

Leadership connection forms
Human intent Core concept Intention Method Goal
GOALS Persuation - Influence people to make decisions quickly - Reciprocity

- Scarcity

- Authority

- Consistency

- Sympathy

- Social proof

- Getting things done

- Saying no

Coaching - Learning - WOOP (an acronym for Wish, Outcome, Obstacle, Plan)

- GROW (an acronym for Goals, Reality, Opportunity, Will)

- Motivation

- Personal growth

VALUES Negotiation - Resolution

- Decision for action

- Deal

- Contract

- Weigh up

- Bargaining

- Showing strengths pointing to weaknesses

- Counting

- Getting to yes

- Avoiding loosing

- Consensus or compromise

Decision making - Maximising mental comfort - Matching the situation to the patterns people have learned. - Finding a satisfying threshold to start action
INTERESTS Debate - Proving ones argument to be right

- Getting ones own view to be accepted

- Showing weaknesses in the opponents argumentation and points of views

- Advocacy

- Arguments against person

- Rhetorical asking and questioning

- Evidence in favor of ones own point of view and against opponents points of view

- Winning

- Being right

- Getting ones own view to be accepted

Dialogue - Thinking and understanding together

- Cognitive, emotional and practical wisdom

- Shared understanding

- Inquiry

- Genuine asking and voicing

- Suspension of assumptions

- Listening

- Building on others ideas

- Co-creation of meaning

- Consensus as finding common ground for action

- Determining where and if collaboration is possible

- Understanding and respecting differences

Decision Structuring Dialogue - Raimo P. Hämäläinen - 2011
Naturalistic Decision Making - Gary Klein - 2008