February 12, 2001
12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Kellogg Ctr., MSU
This session will examine several concepts about leadership and the challenges faced by leaders. The Fellows will explore some assumptions made about organizations through four frames and the use of metaphors. One of the resources used will be Four Frames of Leadership, by L.G. Bolman and T.E. Deal. The MBTI will also be used as a lens to examine leadership roles in organizations.
Leadership Learning Team Members
Bersheril Bailey, Robert Beard, Oren Christmas, Joan Garretson, Michelle Johnston,
Jerri McClure, Lynn Pugsley, and Janette Shell
Session A: Exploring the Political Dimensions of Leadership
Session B: Taking the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) to the Next Step
- Reframing Organizations - Artistry, Choice, and Leadership
- Panel Discussion Addressing the Following Questions & Issues:
- What is a Frame?
- How Do Leaders Use Framing as a Tool?
- Examples of Framing in Transactional & Transforming Leadership
- The Presidency as a Case Study
- Determining Essential Leadership Skills to Successfully Navigate the Four Frames
- Group Discussion Using the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Children and
Family Fellowship Program's Leadership Feedback Questionnaire
- Problem Solving Scenario
- Pinpointing Specific Type Behaviors
- Looking at Type in Groups
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