Most of us don’t want to be a tyrant or a dictator, but we also don’t want to be too permissive or indecisive. So how do you get people to do the things you need them to do? It’s a good question, but there is a deeper, more significant question we should ask ourselves: How can we create the conditions where people will engage and motivate themselves. Some of the most outstanding leaders in history have given us a clear pattern to follow; a way of leading that increases trust, growth, cooperation, and self-motivation. There are just two patterns and three conditions a person needs to know and understand. This session is packed full of real work examples, film clips, humor, and research – to build confidence in leaders who are looking for something refreshing, powerful, and new.
Define what drives self-motivation including three needs and two emotions.
Create a narrative that provides clarity, meaning, and purpose (super-mario effect).
Demonstrate how and when to approach people from 'outside in' and the 'inside out' (boat waterline).
Define the true measure of leadership success (Lao Tzu & Montessori's Peak).