The GAINMORE Advantage Guide to leadership and team development

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The GAINMORE Advantage Guide to leadership and team development by Mind Map: The GAINMORE  Advantage Guide  to leadership and  team development

1. Introduction

1.1. A guide

1.1.1. Course Map

1.1.2. Observe

1.1.3. Reflect

1.1.4. Simulate

1.1.5. Experience

1.1.6. MORSE for golfers

1.1.7. MORSE for leaders

1.1.8. But I don't do it that way!

1.2. What is the GAINMORE Advantage?

1.2.1. The GAINMORE Model

1.2.1.1. Quadruple Loop Learning

1.2.1.2. Mind, Body Spirit connection

1.2.2. How the Model works

1.2.2.1. GAINMORE Advantage and golf

1.2.2.2. GAINMORE Advantage for Personal Development

1.2.2.3. GAINMORE Advantage for Coaching

1.2.2.4. GAINMORE Advantage for Team Development

1.3. Why a new model?

1.4. Talent, Leader, Manager, Individual contributor?

1.4.1. Talent

1.4.1.1. Identifying talent

1.4.1.2. Leveraging Talent

1.4.2. Management and leadership competencies

1.4.3. Leadership Dimensions Framework

1.4.4. Mapping the Framework to GAINMORE

1.4.5. Using the competency mapping in practice

1.5. Why golf?

1.5.1. The links between golf and leadership

1.6. Team roles

1.7. New node

2. Values & Beliefs - personal guidance system

2.1. Understanding values

2.1.1. Golfer Values

2.1.2. Leader Values

2.1.3. Organisation Values

2.2. I'll believe it when I see it!

2.2.1. Golfing beliefs

2.2.2. Leader beliefs

2.3. Knowing values and performance

2.4. Team Values & Beliefs

2.4.1. Discovering Personal Values

2.4.2. Discovering Team Values

3. Goals

3.1. The importance of goals

3.1.1. What is a goal?

3.1.2. What is goal-setting?

3.1.3. Is goal-setting important?

3.2. Why SMART goals

3.2.1. Goal focus and personal wealth

3.2.2. Outcome goals - some issues

3.2.3. Performance Goals

3.2.4. SMART Golfing goals

3.2.5. SMART Leadership goals

3.3. Goal setting process

3.3.1. SWING

3.3.1.1. SWING for golf

3.3.1.2. SWING for leaders

3.4. Team Goals

3.4.1. Team goal setting activity

4. Vision

4.1. Knowing when a goal is achieved

4.2. Shared Vision

4.3. Communication by the senses

4.4. Team Vision

5. Alignment

5.1. Take Dead Aim

5.2. Aligning to the goal

5.2.1. Modes of alignment

5.2.1.1. Push mode

5.2.1.2. Pull mode

5.2.1.3. Drift mode

5.2.1.4. Pushmepullyou mode

5.2.1.5. Which mode are you in?

5.3. Aligning the team

6. Attitude

6.1. Attitude+Aptitude = Altitude

6.1.1. Technical aptitude alone is insufficient

6.1.2. Difference makers have a better attitude

6.1.2.1. What can I learn?

6.1.2.1.1. Prepared to change

6.1.2.2. A Positive attitude

6.1.2.2.1. What's better today?

6.2. Why attitude matters

6.2.1. Emotional Intelligence

6.3. Changing attitudes

6.4. Team attitude

7. Influence

7.1. Leadership is influence.

7.2. Language of communication

7.3. Being a person of influence

7.3.1. Influencing self

7.4. Influencing the team

8. Nature

8.1. 'Natural' behaviours

8.1.1. Personality

8.2. Paradigms of learning

8.3. Leadership Paradigms

8.4. Team Nature

8.5. Shifting Paradigms

9. Network

9.1. No man is an island

9.2. Circles of influence

9.3. Leveraging your network

9.4. Team networking

10. Motivation

10.1. Motivation is a fruit of behaviour

10.2. Linking Values, Resources and goals

10.3. Motivating the team

11. Outcomes

11.1. Tactical outcome setting

11.2. Specific outcomes

11.3. If there was ONE thing...

12. Review

12.1. Giving and receiving feedback

12.2. What did you learn? What did you enjoy?

12.3. What's better today?

12.4. Reviewing team performance

13. Evaluate

13.1. Measuring learning and change

13.2. Evaluation is a continuous process

13.3. Team evaluation