OVERVIEW OF

QUIET LEADERSHIP

Understand the brain and the six steps to help oneself or others transform performance at work.

PART 1

PART 2

PART 3

3 PARTS

  • The Brain Is a Connection Machine

  • Up Close, No Two Brains Are Alike

  • The Brain Hardwires Everything It Can

  • Our Hard Wiring Drives Automatic Perception

  • It's Practically Impossible to Deconstruct Our Wiring

  • It's Easy to Create New Wiring

  • Step 1: Think About Thinking

  • Step 2: Listen For Potential

  • Step 3: Speak with Intent

  • Step 4: Dance Toward Insight

  • Step 5: CREATE New Thinking

  • Step 6: Follow Up with FEELING

  • Using the Six Steps to Help Someone Solve a Problem

  • Using the Six Steps to Help Someone Make a Decision

  • Using the Six Steps to Give Feedback

  • Using the Six Steps with Teams

  • Applying the Six Steps to a Whole Organization

OBJECTIVES

Understand the brain and the six steps to help oneself or others transform performance at work.

 

Practice and become proficient at using the six steps.

 

Apply the six steps when engaging with others.

Reflect on the transformation in communication and behaviour when the six steps are masterfully applied.

QUIET LEADERSHIP MODELS AND TEXTBOOK

Use David Rock's Quiet Leadership models while studying relevant citations from his book, "Quiet Leadership - Six Steps to Transforming Performance at Work". The participants share their leadership experiences and relate them to the theoretical and practical components for that specific quarters' topics.