What kinds of sports have you played before? Since it was a kindergarten, I went to a swimming class. Start by playing to get used to the water, put your face in the water, float with a floating ring on your arm, practice flapping with a floating board ... gradually practice the movements that lead to "swimming". The first thing I learned was to crawl, but I also learned that I could practice repeated movements like scratching my arms, breathing, diving and turning, and finally I was able to swim in a crawling pattern. Without noticing. memory.
This is the same for all sports. For example, the judo and karate patterns are repetitive exercises. Practice the pattern that suits you best until you can play it naturally in the game. Even in golf, few people hit the course all of a sudden right from the start. Practice holding the club, standing position, swing, etc. repeatedly in advance.
But what about management and leadership skills? After listening to the half-day seminar and attending the training for several days, I think it is natural that I cannot say "I am a positive leader as of today!" Starting the next day. Does that mean that such training is pointless?
Says Professor Cameron. Toshihiko Harada, who originally learned positive leadership and has been active in the business world. We would like to introduce three types of positive leaders taught by Mr. Harada. (See this article for information on positive leadership)
* Inviting Professor Kim Cameron from the University of Michigan and Toshihiko Harada from Maxion Wheels to a seminar (“Positive Leadership”) organized by Management Consultant Co., Ltd., the joy of work and the happiness of life.
The leadership type must be personal for at least three months.
Harada is an entrepreneur who was Vice President of Asia at Maxion Wheels (Headquarters: Michigan, USA) until 2016. Mr. Harada's active leadership is "very good" and he uses it repeatedly in management. Recently, he has acquired professional coaching skills and left the company to train the manager of his friend. He is working. Mr. Harada is emphasized as follows. He chooses two or three that suit him and patiently test them for three months. Don't say 10,000 hours. Hmm. If you try many times at work and get results, trust this concept and try something else. ""
Does anyone have leadership and good management because they have special talents and can put forth great effort? You can enjoy sports without aspiring to be an Olympic athlete. Harada realized that it was important to test leadership skills first and that anyone could learn them.
From here, Mr. Harada takes a step forward in what he must do to drive positive energy as a positive organizational leader and "type" 3 leadership.
Create a place for positive communication
In 2016, Harada served as a temporary factory manager in Thailand for several months. During that time, I did two things.
At that moment, every employee yelled "Sawasdee Cup".
So what do you think happened? About two months later, Thai employees began to smile and say "Kenosha, Sawasdee Cup," and three months later, productivity and performance dramatically improved. This is exactly the "sunflower effect" mentioned in the previous article.
Does your organization have executives who greet everyone with a cheery smile every morning, celebrate their birthdays, and meet their families?
I introduced a bit in the previous article. What I have to do
Before you go to bed, think of three names of people you would like to thank for the day and develop what you want to thank.
Thanks for meeting me the next day for some reason.
It seems that the owner of Mr. Harada's friend is also practicing. As the organization grows to 100 people and continues for four months, the president thanks the total number once. The implication is that everyone will be able to clearly recognize that "this is good for us." And if the top of the organization does that, the executive / manager class will take similar actions to further improve the effectiveness of sunflowers.