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Leadership Learning Webinar: Agility as a Mindset

Chance favors the prepared mind. An agile leader is resourceful, flexible, and resilient in the face of business challenges. Above all, the agile leader is prepared.

Join LFGSM Business Leader Faculty member Janine Sergay for this interaction Leadership Learning Webinar.

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Leadership Learning Webinar
Agility as a Mindset

Janine Sergay
LFGSM Business Leader Faculty®

March 15, 2017


Program Moderator:

Natalie Corrado
Program Manager
Corporate Learning Solutions


We want to thank our Sponsor


Speaker: Janine Sergay

Business Leader Faculty®
Lake Forest Graduate School of Management
President
The Sergay Group, Ltd.


6 Facets of Leadership Agility

Relational
Emotional
Cognitive

Agility


6 Facets of Leadership Agility

Organizational

Relational
Emotional
Cognitive

Agility

Situational Strategic


6 Facets of Leadership Agility

Organizational • Processes differing
incoming stimuli
Relational
Emotional • Holds and manipulates
Cognitive information in real
time
Agility
• Manages the mind
within dynamic
conditions

• Anticipates
• Predicts based on

pattern recognition

Situational Strategic


6 Facets of Leadership Agility

Organizational Complete the poll

Relational Strategic
Emotional
Cognitive

Agility

Situational


6 Facets of Leadership Agility

Organizational Share what
relational agility
Relational
Emotional is in Chat
Cognitive
Strategic
Agility

Situational


6 Facets of Leadership Agility

• Able to flex your Organizational
style to the
stakeholders and the Relational
competing demands Emotional
of the situation Cognitive

• Knows how to drive Agility
for results in
different operational
situations

• Adapts the path to
get to a goal

Situational Strategic


6 Facets of Leadership Agility

Complete the poll Organizational

Situational Relational
Emotional
Cognitive

Agility

Strategic


6 Facets of Leadership Agility

Organizational • Thinks broadly and
strategically across
Relational industries and companies
Emotional
Cognitive • Considers threats and
opportunities
Agility
• Is open minded
• Embraces change
• Continually anticipates,

evaluates, differentiates,
innovates so as to adjust
for a competitive future

Situational Strategic


Our Mental Models Affect Our Agility

Cognitive
Agility

14


A Foundation to Agile Leadership

Develop and Maintain a High Functioning Team

Dysfunctional Inattention to … Results … Achieve Functional

Avoidance of … Accountability … Share

Lack of … Commitment … Gain

Fear of … Conflict … Manage

Absence of … Trust … Build

Adapted from: Five Dysfunctions of a Team, by Patrick Lencioni


A Foundation to Agile Leadership

Results
Accountability

Commitment

Conflict

Trust

Adapted from: Five Dysfunctions of a Team, by Patrick Lencioni


A Foundation to Agile Leadership

Results

Why is Trust essAecconunttiaabillityto Agility?
ShareCoimnmCithmaentt

Conflict

Trust

Adapted from: Five Dysfunctions of a Team, by Patrick Lencioni


A Foundation to Agile Leadership

Results

Why is Trust essAecconunttiaabillityto Agility?
ShareCoimnmCithmaentt

Conflict Relational

Trust Emotional
Agility
Adapted from: Five Dysfunctions of a Team, by Patrick Lencioni


A Foundation to Agile Leadership

Results
Accountability

Commitment

Conflict
Trust

Adapted from: Five Dysfunctions of a Team, by Patrick Lencioni


A Foundation to Agile Leadership

How does ConflictReismultspact Agility?
Share in ChatAccountability

Commitment

Conflict
Trust

Adapted from: Five Dysfunctions of a Team, by Patrick Lencioni


A Foundation to Agile Leadership

How does ConflictReismultspact Agility?
Share in ChatAccountability

Commitment

Conflict Relational
Trust Emotional

Adapted from: Five Dysfunctions of a Team, by Patrick Lencioni Cognitive
Agility


A Foundation to Agile Leadership

Results
Accountability

Commitment

Conflict

Trust

Adapted from: Five Dysfunctions of a Team, by Patrick Lencioni


Creating a Strategy

Vision

Set objectives
and

Take action

Current
Reality

(After Senge) Strategic


Strategic Alignment

Planning Implementation

Thinking

Environment Strategy Resources Culture Leadership

Strategic Agility

© The Sergay Group, Ltd.


What is Key?

• Recognize failure…Fast

• Change…Fast

• Test…Fast

• Adjust…Fast…


Anticipate


ADOPT THE POSITIVES

• Warmth • Over 700 rooms
• Intimacy • Lots of amenities

SMALL MOTEL LARGE CONVENTION
CENTER HOTELS

• Less than 200 rooms • No intimacy
• Few amenities • No warmth

ELIMINATE/MINIMIZE NEGATIVES


ADOPT THE POSITIVES

• Warmth • Over 700 rooms
• Intimacy • Lots of amenities

SMALL MOTEL LARGE CONVENTION
CENTER HOTELS

• Less than 200 rooms • No intimacy
• Few amenities • No warmth

ELIMINATE/MINIMIZE NEGATIVES

Four Seasons: Medium sized luxury hotel redefined by service
and funded by a massive price premium


Challenge


Compare Two Models

MRI

Noisy

Scary
Unknown
Uncomfortable


MRI Compare Two Models

Noisy What Kids Like

Scary Noisy
Unknown (if they are making the noise or it is part of a movie/
Uncomfortable play-acting).
Scary
(if it’s part of an adventure).
Unknown
(if that means novelty connected to an exciting theme).
Uncomfortable
(if that is part of the adventure and they might be
rewarded for bravery).


What Came Out of Exploration

33


Integrative Thinking Process

Tips:
• Fall in love with each model
• Resist the urge to solve the problem right away
• Similarities vs. points of tension
• Explore the possibilities

34


Agile Steps to Solving
Business Challenges with a Team…

Assign the issues Close issues out
an owner/s and quickly to solve
resolution- the problem
recommendation with speed
dates
Make the Get a shared
challenge understanding
visible – Define of the
the problem challenge

Form FAST

What role do
you need to
play

Situational


What’s Needed for Agility
• Openness
• Focus
• Flexibility

–Good & Yeganeh, 2012

How are you going to ensure this back at work?


How to Overcome Cultural Hurdles to be Agile

Complete the poll

Organizational


In the Future…

• How would you like to seek out new information?
• What, or who else, may provide data, ideas, new perspectives?
• Ask yourself: How would someone in …marketing… look at this task and

think about it? – This may change the way the task is approached
• What should you be paying attention to in order to notice new changes?
• What process do you need to put into place to make sure your actions

remain agile?


Resilient


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