TV Reflection: The Office
Texas A&M University
Theory X and Theory Y
Episode twenty-three of The Office, The Inner Circle, opens with a seemingly new
manager addressing his group of Dunder Mifflin Paper Company employees in a meeting. The
Theory X and Theory
Theory X and Theory
social psychologist Douglas McGregor
A leaders style is based largely on
attitudes about human nature in general
do you trust people or not?
Theory X leaders believe
Theory Y leaders bel
Leading and Training Adults
-How do I get there?
-Is it the biggest thing on my radar of life?
-How much do you expect you get paid after you graduate?
-Gregorc Style Delineator
-VARK learning assessment
In an adult au
Ethics- where you divide here you neutrally resides in your behavior, include
Morality-custom and manors
Ethics (ETHOS) are based on:
Rights, freedoms, responsibility, duty, justice, equity
ETHOS-abide by character
Right, good, proper
Robin Hood Movie
Chapters appointed to read 1,2,3,5/discussed in class
Movie- Russell Crowe
The women did not have fear in her eyes, but pity.
Gave the order in which is godless (to kill her).
Speaking truth to power- he gave influence, when
Matching Teaching Style to the Content and Audience
-Develop a more robust appreciation for appropriate design
-Discern the six components of andragogy and learning style
A [analyze] + D [design, (When learning objectives)] =where we are in class
Leading and Training Adults Part 2
First cookie, positive filling
Cream filling, negative aspect
Last cookie, another positive reward
Extremely important with adults, dont have time to waste
Birds with wings fly faster than those who dont
Active training part 1 and utilizing technology
What are you looking forward to about spring break?
Icebreakers are critical, when teaching an adult audience
Because adults are super busy
Increased will under
Learning Objectives Part 2
*Write instructions to make a PJ sandwich*
-Clear instructions works very well
-Concise simple steps, no abiguitity
-BE CLEAR AS POSSIBLE
-Tone, facial expressions, general character when addressing
Power and influence
History of power within society
Power came from violence ruler with the mightiest army controlled the most land
might makes right
If you had wealth you had power pulling yourself up by your own boot
Ethical Decision Making
Ethical action (according to rest)
Component 1: moral sensitivity (recognition), knowing there is an issue
Creation, when society doesnt recognize issue
Personal ethical development
-Discovering vocation (calling)
-Identifying personal values, as you expand you get more exposure
-Creating a moral identity
-Drawing upon spiritual resources
Stages of spiritual
Component 3: Moral motivation
Component 4: Moral character
Develop moral muscle by Gentile
-Certain values and widely shared
-Acknowledge the power of choice
-Treat values conflicts as normal
-Define your personal and professional purpose
-Play to your pe
IMAGE of a LEADER
Personal Leadership Development
What is the FIRST image
that comes to mind when you
hear the name.?
Write it down . . .
To fake it is to stand guard over
What is image?
Why is it important?
How do we create our i
What does it mean to lead
Revised By: Meagan Neuman, 2015
Leadership is a journey
O Leadership requires a strong
internal compass.When storms
are raging, the sky is cloudy and
you have nothing to navigate by,
your compass te
Marsha and Mallory were born on the
same day of the same month of the
same year to the same mother and
father, yet they are not twins. How is
Two mothers and two daughters were
fishing. They caught one big fish, one
THE JOHARI WINDOW
SELF-AWARENESS & PERSONAL
JOSEPH LUFT & HARRY INGHAM
by Self n by Self
KNOWN BY SELF/KNOWN BY OTHERS
Costs of Leadership
What are the benefits of
leadership to the leader?
What are the costs
Costs of Leadership
Leadership positions come with
rewards and costs
Expectations of leaders have
So have costs
Family of 19
Polio at age 4, walked
with a brace
1960 Olympics 3
gold medals; 1 Olympic
and 1 World record.
J K Rowling
Living on welfare
Getting to YES
Negotiating agreement without
Roger Fisher and William Ury
What is Negotiation?
A process in which 2 or more
parties exchange goods or
services in an attempt to agree
upon the exchange rate for them
What is it?
What does it have to do with
How do you practice spiritual
Difference between spirituality and religion
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin wrote, we
are not human beings having a
spiritual experience. We are spiritual
If a man does not keep pace with
his companions, perhaps it is
because he hears a different
Let him step to the music which he
hears, however measured or far
Henry David Thoreau
The relatively s
Habits of Highly
It is your road and yours alone.
Others may walk it with you, but no one can
walk it for you.
Accept yourself and your actions.
Own your thoughts. Speak up when wrong,
Know your path at all times.
The two most important days
in your life are the day you are
born and the day you find out
Finding your purpose
Rick Warren on Purpose
"So many people walk around with a meaningless
life. They seem half asleep, even when they are
Why was Michael
Jordan unsuccessful at
Why was Bo
What is a strength?
What are your strengths?
How can you describe them
How can you maximize them?
What do you do about
It is very important to
understand that emotional
intelligence is not the opposite
of intelligence, it is not the
triumph of heart over head - it
is the unique intersection of
From (Emotional What?)
life as a leader.
What do they have in common?
What is balance?
Balance is NOT.
making decisions about how different