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*NEW LINK* “I Can Lead with Distinction!”: Leadership Practice - Shared screen with speaker view
Mark Tomasic
16:56
Department Chairs
Omar Plascencia
17:07
Maintence Supevisor
LeRoy Nakamura
27:02
self serving
Irena Zugic
27:13
they know the best
Kevin Gorman
27:29
My way or the highway approach.
Cyrus Fernandez
27:58
All of those comments are absolutely correct! Thank you everyone!
LeRoy Nakamura
31:45
A good leader can blend all three, depending on the sitiuation.
Irena Zugic
47:26
one person sometimes does all 4 of these roles - speaking from experience. not easy
Cyrus Fernandez
49:15
@Irena, right! that does happen and sometimes it is hard to juggle all those commitments especially as well all work remotely and within zoom.
Irena Zugic
52:14
Could we make it where every meeting at SMC is required to start with ground rules/community agreements? sometimes we do it let’s say in the beginning of a semester with a specific group when it’s a new group but down the line with different meetings, ground rules seem to go out the window.
Irena Zugic
53:25
and also is required to have clear objectives, which as Michael pointed out is usually missing from the meetings and then meeting ends without us knowing what was decided or when will it be decided or what the next steps are
Irena Zugic
53:59
other than having another meeting, which can result in meeting fatigue
Cyrus Fernandez
55:05
@Irena: That is a very good and valuable point! Especially for those who hold continuous meeting throughout a year or serve on a long standing committee. One way of being part of a leader is to sometimes remind others or encourage other leaders the "ground rules" when meetings begin because the benefit of doing so is to facilitate the meeting.
Brant Looney
56:19
"Calm down" is another one to avoid
Cyrus Fernandez
59:44
@Brant, I agree! That phrase pops up rather frequently as well. In a way, it is a form of "shushing" someone during a meeting and in interpersonal communication
Janice Tovar
01:00:02
Agreed
Cyrus Fernandez
01:08:31
I do want to recognize that we have reached our 12pm time limit. For those who have to leave this session, Thank you for your time and we hope to see you again in future sessions with us and that we will give a copy of Robert's Rules of orders along with our evaluation!
John Linke
01:09:05
Thank you for the great presentation!
LeRoy Nakamura
01:09:30
The IT Dept missed the first session.
Michele Toomey
01:09:31
Thank you Michael and Cyrus! See you next week.
Miguel Reyes
01:09:33
Thank you!
MATTHEW KIAMAN
01:09:36
Thank you!
Catherine Weir
01:09:45
Thanks!
Ray Martin
01:09:46
Thank you
Wai Wong
01:09:49
nope, thank you
Elease Juarez
01:09:50
I’ll check after this. I believe we have some in the bookstore for sale
Evelyne Pedersen
01:09:56
thank you Cyrus and Michael.
Christine Cadena
01:10:03
Thank you so much!
phil ly
01:10:25
thanks!