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Power & IntaimacyBuilding High Performance Teams

September 2012

2012 eVo Associates, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copy by Permission Only.1Page #Slide&NotesExtraordinary OrganizationsSuccessful organizations that have sustained rapid growth for years while achieving even higher levels of efficiency and quality have change woven into the very fabric of the organization. Like a school of fish these organizations are constantly moving -- they are fast, focused and extremely flexible.Page 2John Mathers & Bill DanielsChange-ABLE Organization

Becoming Change-ABLE 2012 eVo Associates, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copy by Permission Only.Four Types of OrganizationsPage 3LoHiLoHiDoryRegattaSea-GoingCanoeRaftGalleyOrganization FocusIndividual FocusBecoming Change-ABLE 2012 eVo Associates, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copy by Permission Only.3Page #Slide&NotesPower Grid ExercisePage 4Power isControlling access to what others want 2012 eVo Associates, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copy by Permission Only.Power Grid ExercisePage 5Five PowersCoercive Power controls access to pleasure (usually by means of deprivation)Formal Power controls access to the communitys resourcesAffiliative Power controls access to membership and status with the communityKnowledge Power controls access to informationCharismatic Power controls another's access to meaning, purposefulness & hope 2012 eVo Associates, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copy by Permission Only.Power Grid ExercisePage 6Evolution of Organization PowerNetworked

TribalMonarchies

Bureaucracies

Representative

Participative

CoercionFormalAffiliativeKnowledgeCharisma? 2012 eVo Associates, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copy by Permission Only.Power Grid ExercisePage 7Power vs IntimacyIntimacy is the state of voluntary interdependenceIntimacy is choosing to be in relationship based on contributionIntimacy assumes individuation and personal well-being (not based dependence)Intimacy is genuine expression (not loss of self in relationship)Intimacy accepts/insists on diversity (rather than assimilation)Intimacy involves loneliness as discover uniqueness and fully understanding anothersIntimacy is a prerequisite to genuine learning 2012 eVo Associates, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copy by Permission Only.Power Grid ExercisePage 8Building Interdependence in an OrgIn a time of transition to a networked org:Using Power & Intimacy Up the Org:Know how the formal process works: who makes what decisions in what meetings and when Be able to access the decision channel through your regular meeting structureUsing Power & Intimacy Down the Org:Admit dependency and make expectations clearRequire participation in the leaders authorityInstitute consultative decision-making 2012 eVo Associates, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copy by Permission Only.So Where Are You?Page 9LoHiLoHiOrganization FocusIndividual FocusRaft:Is your team drifting dealing with obstacles as they appear?Dory Regatta:Is your team a loose confederation doing what each individual thinks is best?Galley:Is your team a well oiled machine driven to perform the process by rote?Sea-Going Canoe:Is your team operating from their own form of the six artifacts?Becoming Change-ABLE 2012 eVo Associates, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copy by Permission Only.9Page #Slide&NotesWhere to Start? Page 10Start where it mattersWhat is your 90-day survival agenda?Performance planningLinked TeamsPerformance Plan

Start where the action isWork ReviewsDecisive MeetingsBreakthrough SystemsDO NOT GAMBLE WITH YOUR COMPANYStrategic CommitmentBecoming Change-ABLE 2012 eVo Associates, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copy by Permission Only.Fast, Focused and Extremely FlexiblePage 11LoHiLoHiOrganization FocusIndividual FocusBecoming Change-ABLE 2012 eVo Associates, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copy by Permission Only.11Page #Slide&Notes3020 Bridgeway, Suite 414, Sausalito CA 94965Tel: 1 (415) 381-4660 Email: info@evo-consultancy.com Web: www.eVo-consultancy.com

2012 eVo Associates, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copy by Permission Only.Thank you12Page #Slide&Notes