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REFRAMING LEADERSHIP:

BUILDING THE CAPACITY OF UNLIKELY


LEADERS
Scott Kemp and Brenda Davis-Loker

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Helping a group develop a vision of where they want to go
and helping them get there.

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Expand
world view
capabilities
efficacy
potential
definition of themselves

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Build an “unidentified” capacity which helps youth develop a
sense of their place in the world and their worth.

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Helps them build their internal assets.

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Helps them build resilience.

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Clarity of Why.
Discipline of How.
Consistency of What.
Simon Sinek, “Start With Why”

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How do we facilitate leadership for those whose natural
inclination is to deny their ability to lead or don’t yet have the
skills of leadership?

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The Framework

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How much of leadership is an attitude, how much of it is an
action?

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Open the opportunity.

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Invitational Leadership
Trust
Respect
Optimism
Intentionality
William Purkey
Betty Siegel

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Sometimes the point of entry is the action.

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How are we supporting our leaders?

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How do we build a culture that supports our leaders?

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You can’t expect them to be adult leaders when their brains
aren’t adults, yet.

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The sweet balance between structure and flexibility.

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Leadership is messy.

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How do you mitigate risk?

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The Framework
Unlearn and Rethink Leadership
Discover the Point of Entry
Build A Culture of Support
Teach Leadership Skills
Identify and Overcome Barriers

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A few tips that work for us...

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We are capable and yet, it is tough to take the first step.

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We are capable and yet, it is tough to make the first step.

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For kids to act as leaders, they must believe.
They often need someone else to believe too, first.

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Autonomy
Mastery
Purpose
Dan Pink, “Drive”

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“A great manager has a knack for making ball players think
they are better than they are. He forces you to have a good
opinion of yourself. He lets you know he believes in you. He
makes you get more out of yourself. And once you learn
how good you really are, you never settle for anything less
than your best.”
Reggie Jackson

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