CODA’s research has confirmed that those leaders who have a clarity about who they are as leaders and why they lead are more effective than others. Your Leadership P.O.V. ® is unique and highly personalized statement that answers those two questions about you.
CODA journals, programs, and coaching provide you with reflective tools, and a deliberate process, to guide you as you reflect on how other people and your own personal leadership experiences have influenced your beliefs about leadership and the leader you are, or aspire to be. Incorporating the latest research about reflective practices, leader self-identity, and leader effectiveness these tools, and CODA’s process, help you connect to a greater sense of leadership intent and identity. The process culminates in a 200 to 500 word, compelling, memorable, and repeatable Leadership P.O.V. ® Statement. The statement is written and presented in a way that conveys the essence of your leadership to the reader or listener. It reveals who you are as a leader by candidly and personally describing your leadership.
Select from the interactive model immediately below to explore each element of the Connected Leadership Framework® informs your Leadership P.O.V.®
The Leadership P.O.V.® statement conveys why the leader chooses to be a leader. It indicates what the leader believes to be the role and responsibilities of leaders. It sets forth what the leader expects to accomplish as a leader.
The Leadership P.O.V.® statement communicates how the leader routinely self-evaluates to discover, confirm, or re-affirm the values, guiding principles, strengths and weaknesses of themselves and others, and context of the environment in which he/she leads.
The Leadership P.O.V.® statement describes who this leader is, or aspires to be. It delineates the beliefs, guiding philosophy, and non-negotiable expectations that influence who this leader is. It speaks to the nature of the leader’s relationships with supervisors, peers, and followers.
The Leadership P.O.V.® statement communicates how the leader actively seeks to learn by considering the lessons learned from: success and failure; historical and contemporary leaders; inside and outside of their teams, their organization, and their industry or profession; and the opinions, logic, and experiences of those who agree and those who disagree with them.
The Leadership P.O.V.® statement communicates how the leader strives to define, cast, and communicate a compelling vision in ways that will enlist the commitment and full effort of others.
The Leader P.O.V.® communicates how the leader relentlessly executes in ways that guide the selection of the highest leverage priorities and foster accountability for results.