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Risky Leadership Developed by R IS KO GRA RISKY LEADERSHIP Leadership Styles How do you operate as a leader? Participative or Democratic Autocratic or Authoritarian All decision making in a centralised leader, such as a Laissez-faire or free Narcissistic rein The group is left to its own devices, develop its own Toxic Someone has accountability over a group and abuses that accountability by making the group worse-off. Personal Favours decision- making by the group, and then the leader gives instruction. requirement for power by an individual that drives the group through admiration. dictator. processes and policies. Individual Power Which one of these do you wield the most? Ability to punish employees. Title or position in Based on skills, knowledge, abilities or experience. Attain adminstrative control over the range of rewards. structure inherits power. Legitimate Reward Coercive Expert Positive influence Gained by association, such as assistant or deputy. Possession of and interpersonal influence. information at an important time. Charisma Referent Information Leadership Challenges : Embracing the Balanced Essentials DDI Trend Research "Finding the First Rung" 57% 89% Only percent learned their leadership skills through trial and of managers possess at least one leadership skill "blind spot". 56% of new managers understand what it error takes to succeed The Critical Skills of Risky Leaders Strategy Understanding your future direction and factoring in Financial internal and external Understanding revenues, considerations. Process Understanding the concepts around business process design and controls, including ownership, monitoring and continuous improvement. expenses, assets and liabilities to ensure accountability over financial results. RI People Understanding all employees, providing them the tools and techniques, and the aspiration to succeed. Risk Understanding the current risks of your business and operations and the future/emerging risks. Managing those risks to achieve best business outcomes. Technology Understanding the current technology of your operations and the future technology impacts and benefits. The Communication of Risky Leaders From Serenity Online Therapy Individuals appear passive on the surface but are really acting out anger in a subtle, indirect, or behind-the-scenes way. Prisoners of War (POWS) often act in passive-aggressive ways to deal with an overwhelming lack of power. Individuals express their feelings and opinions and advocate for their needs in a way that violates the rights of others. Thus, aggressive communicators are verbally and/or physically abusive. - mutter to themselves - difficulty acknowledging anger - use facial expressions that den'i match how they feel fry To dominate others - Use humiliation to control criticize, blame, or attack - be very impulsive - have low frustration tolerance - speak in a loud, demanding, Passive Aggressive Aggressive - Use sarcasm - deny there is a problem * appear cooperative while purposely doing things to disrupt and overbearing voice - use subtle sabotage to get even act threateningly and rudely - not listen well nterrupt frequently - useyou" statements- allenate others - become alienated from those around them - remain stuck in a position of powerlessness (like POWS) - discharge resentment while real issues are never addressed so they can't mature become alienated from others generate fear and/or hatred blame others instend of owning their issues Individuals dearly state their opinions and feelings, and firmly advocate for their rights and needs without violating the rights of others. Assertive communication is born of Individuals have developed a pattern of avoiding expressing their opinions or feelings, protecting their rights, and identifying and meeting their needs. high self-esteem. - state needs and wants dearly, appropriately, and respectfully express feelings dearly, Assertive appropriately, and respectfully communicate respect for others - listen well without interrupting - have good eye contact - speak in a calm and clear tone of failassert for themselves allo others to infringe on their rights - fail to express their feelings or opinions - tend to speak softly or apologetically - exhibit poor eye contact and body posture Passive voice - have a relaxed body posture - feel connected to others - stand up for their rights - feel connected to others - feel in control of their lives - are able to mature because they address issues and problems as they arise - create a respectful environment for others to grow - often feel anxious - often feel depressed - often feel resentful (but unaware of it) - often feel confused Sources: Wikipedia DDI Trend Research "Finding the First Rung" Graphics: TARGGOIS Graphic Design and Production: Riskographics RIS KOGRAPHI CS Content and Author: TheInnovationofRiskcom

Risky Leadership

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Leadership is something that is not generally associated with risk specifically however it is actually the most important skill for any senior leader, and risk management is but just a single arrow in...


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