Today, I'm reviewing the following topic/skill statement from the Content Outline:
1.3 Collaboration & Leadership ...
... the three knowledge/skills statements listed in the content outline are
For some reason, I see A & C going together, so I will cover 1.3B in tomorrow's post.
These are notes! Typos assured.
Probably my favorite thing I read doing this research today) >> https://www.td.org/magazines/td-magazine/consequential-conversations
A good summary of leadership theoryies >> https://www.td.org/insights/leadership-trends-and-dead-ends
Leadership & Emotional Intelligence
Typically, leaders exhibit EQ, the topic of yesterday's post. Here is something I came across from a book I was reviewing for today's topic. (Image from >> https://amzn.to/2CQpxch)
Facilitation is about making things easier--the etymology is to "render easy"
The ATD BoK highlights that facilitation, whether in groups, teams, or trainings requires listening (passive, attentive, and active) -- attentive and active being critical. Key reasons:
The section in the ATD BoK highlights Collaboration a lot, which will be a significant focus in my notes on conflict, since research shows that collaboration is the best approach to conflict.
A collaborative network is one that has a common goal that is beneficial to everyone.
General Theories of Leadership (connection to TD material):
From Michigan researchers ... (Source: >> https://amzn.to/2CQpxch)
A basic model of motivation includes: Needs --> Behavior --> Rewards (feedback loop)
TD Professionals need to establish a motivational network. Some sources of motivating include:
Building team trust: