3. The Relational Leadership Model

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3. The Relational Leadership Model. Relational Leadership. A relational and ethical process of people together attempting to accomplish positive change. . Being Purposeful. The ability to collaborate and to find common ground with others to facilitate positive change.
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3. The Relational Leadership Model Relational Leadership Arelational and ethical process of people together attempting to accomplish positive change. Being Purposeful
  • The ability to collaborate and to find common ground with others to facilitate positive change.
  • Purposeful groups have a clear mission and reason for being that resonates with group members.
  • Being Purposeful Being Inclusive Understanding, valuing, and actively engaging diversity in views, approaches, styles, and aspects of individuality.
  • Examine group practices that might block inclusivity.
  • Involve people from outside the group.
  • Being Inclusive Being Empowering Empowerment has two dimensions:
  • Self-empowerment: the sense of self that claims a place in the process and expects to be involved.
  • Empowering environments: examining conditions in the group that promote the full involvement of participants.
  • Bases of Power (French & Raven) Adapted from Johnson, D. W., & Johnson, F. P. (2006). Joining together: Group theory and group skills (9th ed). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon, p. 237. Being Empowering Being Ethical Leadership that is driven by values and standards and leadership that is good—moral—in nature.
  • Group members operate from a sense of shared standards and values.
  • Values drive both group goals and the means used to achieve them.
  • Being Ethical Being Process-Oriented
  • Being intentional and thoughtful about how the group goes about being a group, remaining a group, and accomplishing a group’s purposes.
  • Examples of “processes”
  • Collaboration
  • Reflection
  • Feedback
  • Handling conflict
  • Making decisions
  • Sharing the work
  • Confronting each other
  • Building community
  • Making meaning of events
  • Being Process-Oriented
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