LD202 Communication and Organizational Leadership

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Conflict and change are inevitable in community. In LD202, Dr. Irving takes a macro-level approach to leadership, considering questions of organizational purpose, mission, and identity. A variety of communication and leadership strategies are introduced, combined with biblically based principles, to help you face the challenges that are most likely to arise in your ministry or non-profit organization. This course identifies the right questions to ask in order to identify an organization’s mission, the appropriate strategies to get there, and how the Leadership Communication Pyramid can help create and support organizations that bring about lasting change. Using Scripture as a foundation for this communication and leadership work, LD202 is an invaluable aid for anyone who wants to help organizations function successfully.

Introduction

Introducing the Speaker

Introducing the Speaker

2m
Introducing the Course

Introducing the Course

3m

The Leadership Communication Pyramid

The Three Sides of the Leadership Communication Pyramid

The Three Sides of the Leadership Communication Pyramid

3m
The Base of the Leadership Communication Pyramid

The Base of the Leadership Communication Pyramid

9m
Organizational Culture

Organizational Culture

9m
Organizational Conflict

Organizational Conflict

7m
Visionary Change

Visionary Change

10m
Our Guide through the Course

Our Guide through the Course

2m

Foundations of Communication

The Components of Leadership Communication

The Components of Leadership Communication

3m
Types of Communication

Types of Communication

8m
Levels of Communication

Levels of Communication

10m
The Shannon-Weaver Model of Communication Theory

The Shannon-Weaver Model of Communication Theory

6m
The Schramm Model of Communication Theory

The Schramm Model of Communication Theory

3m
The Sanford, Hunt, and Bracey Model of Communication Theory

The Sanford, Hunt, and Bracey Model of Communication Theory

4m
The Tubbs Model of Communication Theory

The Tubbs Model of Communication Theory

4m
An Integrated Model of Communication Theory

An Integrated Model of Communication Theory

10m
The Leader as Communicator

The Leader as Communicator

3m
The Ontology of the Communicator

The Ontology of the Communicator

7m
The Attitude of the Communicator

The Attitude of the Communicator

5m
The Behavior of the Communicator

The Behavior of the Communicator

6m
Formulating the Message

Formulating the Message

9m
Story, Values, and Emotional Intelligence Inform the Core Message

Story, Values, and Emotional Intelligence Inform the Core Message

8m
Pathways and Characteristics of Communication Channels

Pathways and Characteristics of Communication Channels

10m
Other-Centered Communication

Other-Centered Communication

8m
Communication Concepts from General Leadership Studies

Communication Concepts from General Leadership Studies

5m
Review and Summary of Communication Theory

Review and Summary of Communication Theory

8m
Barriers to Effective Communication

Barriers to Effective Communication

9m
Bridges to Effective Communication

Bridges to Effective Communication

9m

Leadership Theory: Grounded in Scripture

Leadership vs. Management Communication

Leadership vs. Management Communication

5m
Transactional vs. Transformational Leadership

Transactional vs. Transformational Leadership

7m
Communicating as a Transformational Leader

Communicating as a Transformational Leader

4m
Scripture, the Christian Story, and Organizational Leadership

Scripture, the Christian Story, and Organizational Leadership

5m
Christian Love

Christian Love

7m
Christian Truth

Christian Truth

8m
Christian Purpose and Mission

Christian Purpose and Mission

7m
Life in Christ and the Leader’s Capacity to Lead

Life in Christ and the Leader’s Capacity to Lead

10m
Assessing Competence and Context

Assessing Competence and Context

8m
Summary of Leadership Communication

Summary of Leadership Communication

6m

Leading Organizational Culture

Primary Questions in Organizational Culture

Primary Questions in Organizational Culture

4m
The Definition and Dimensions of Organizational Culture

The Definition and Dimensions of Organizational Culture

3m
Culture vs. Identity

Culture vs. Identity

6m
Purpose as an Element of Culture

Purpose as an Element of Culture

5m
Levels of Purpose

Levels of Purpose

6m
Developing Statements of Purpose

Developing Statements of Purpose

5m
What Purpose Provides

What Purpose Provides

3m
An Organization’s Mission

An Organization’s Mission

4m
Effective Mission Statements

Effective Mission Statements

8m
The Elements of Strategy

The Elements of Strategy

3m
Effective Strategies

Effective Strategies

7m
The Role of Values and Beliefs

The Role of Values and Beliefs

6m
Value Statements Address Several Categories

Value Statements Address Several Categories

4m
Value Domains

Value Domains

5m
Effective Value Statements

Effective Value Statements

5m
The Function and Purpose of Vision

The Function and Purpose of Vision

9m
Demystifying Vision

Demystifying Vision

3m
Essential Aspects of Vision

Essential Aspects of Vision

8m
The Components of Vision and Why Vision Is So Powerful

The Components of Vision and Why Vision Is So Powerful

11m
Another Look at the Essential Characteristics of Vision

Another Look at the Essential Characteristics of Vision

6m
Leadership, Vision, and the Bible

Leadership, Vision, and the Bible

8m
Stages of Culture Leadership

Stages of Culture Leadership

11m
Foundational Considerations for Organizational Culture

Foundational Considerations for Organizational Culture

10m
Back at the Intersection

Back at the Intersection

6m
A Summary of Organizational Culture

A Summary of Organizational Culture

4m

Leading through Organizational Conflict

Glorifying God through Inevitable Conflict

Glorifying God through Inevitable Conflict

6m
Relational Benefits of Constructive Conflict

Relational Benefits of Constructive Conflict

5m
Constructive Conflict Helps Us Understand the Issues

Constructive Conflict Helps Us Understand the Issues

5m
Constructive Conflict Helps in Identifying and Implementing Solutions

Constructive Conflict Helps in Identifying and Implementing Solutions

4m
The Conflict Paradox

The Conflict Paradox

4m
Diverse Sources of Conflict

Diverse Sources of Conflict

5m
Types and Levels of Conflict

Types and Levels of Conflict

7m
Approaching Conflict

Approaching Conflict

6m
Ken Sande’s Basic Conflict Styles

Ken Sande’s Basic Conflict Styles

4m
Hall’s Styles of Conflict Management

Hall’s Styles of Conflict Management

4m
Leas’ Conflict Management Styles

Leas’ Conflict Management Styles

5m
Summarizing Conflict Styles

Summarizing Conflict Styles

4m
Introducing Resolution Strategies: Sande’s Four Gs

Introducing Resolution Strategies: Sande’s Four Gs

2m
Glorifying God and Getting the Log Out of Our Own Eyes

Glorifying God and Getting the Log Out of Our Own Eyes

6m
Restoring and Reconciling

Restoring and Reconciling

7m
Lewis’ Principles for Resolving Conflict

Lewis’ Principles for Resolving Conflict

7m
Ury’s Joint Problem-Solving Strategy

Ury’s Joint Problem-Solving Strategy

6m
Ury’s Potential Barriers to Resolution

Ury’s Potential Barriers to Resolution

12m
Reaching the Summit of Reconciliation

Reaching the Summit of Reconciliation

7m
Foundational Considerations for Organizational Conflict

Foundational Considerations for Organizational Conflict

4m
Guidelines for Communication in Conflict

Guidelines for Communication in Conflict

5m
Leading from Ontological Security in Christ

Leading from Ontological Security in Christ

7m
A Summary of Organizational Conflict

A Summary of Organizational Conflict

4m

Leading through Change

The Inevitability of Change

The Inevitability of Change

6m
Intrapersonal Hindrances to Change

Intrapersonal Hindrances to Change

7m
Interpersonal Hindrances to Change

Interpersonal Hindrances to Change

4m
Team and Organizational Hindrances to Change

Team and Organizational Hindrances to Change

6m
Sociocultural and Environmental Hindrances to Change

Sociocultural and Environmental Hindrances to Change

5m
Planned, Unplanned, and Emergent Change

Planned, Unplanned, and Emergent Change

4m
Technical, Adaptive, and First- and Second-Order Change

Technical, Adaptive, and First- and Second-Order Change

6m
How People Change

How People Change

6m
Anxiety Efficiency Curve

Anxiety Efficiency Curve

4m
The Readiness for Change

The Readiness for Change

4m
The Timing of Change

The Timing of Change

7m
The Organizational Life Curve and the Timing of Change

The Organizational Life Curve and the Timing of Change

4m

The Visionary Change Process

The Priority of Vision in the Change Process

The Priority of Vision in the Change Process

7m
Introducing the Visionary CHANGE Process

Introducing the Visionary CHANGE Process

5m
Create Urgency

Create Urgency

4m
Harness a Guiding Coalition

Harness a Guiding Coalition

8m
Align the Majority

Align the Majority

5m
Navigate the Course of Vision

Navigate the Course of Vision

6m
Galvanize the Change through Routine

Galvanize the Change through Routine

4m
Establish a Culture of Change

Establish a Culture of Change

4m
Foundational Considerations for Visionary CHANGE

Foundational Considerations for Visionary CHANGE

5m

Conclusion

A Broad Overview

A Broad Overview

6m