Having an Impact: Use of Self as a Change Agent

June 23-2021 8p-11p ET (US time zone) – 3 hours

1What one paragraph introduction can you provide to give an overview of what your session will be about?Session 5: Jun 2021, Phylis – Having an Impact: Use of Self in a China Context:  GODCF Competency: Informed Consultant – Self-Aware Leader Topics could include Key principles of Use of Self – mindfulness, self-awareness, honesty, trust-worthiness, reflection, understanding self-insights and motivations, choicesApplication activity: Use of Self in a China ContextApplying these ideas to leadership issues  
2What are the learning objectives of your session?Upon completing the webinar, participants will be able to [offer 3 to 5]: Understand the essence of self as an instrument of changeKnowing and deploying yourself: On becoming a leaderApplication of use of self to OD consultant rolesUse Self Mind Map (Curran, Seashore, Welp, 1995) combined with reflection and discussion to provide an opportunity for participants to increase their awareness of themselves as potent instruments of change
3What is the profile of your desired audience? Who are you planning to talk to, and what assumptions can you make about the audience members?[Circle answers:] Does the participant speak English?          Yes
Does the participant have knowledge of OD?   No
Is the participant a manager?                No
Other assumptions: None/not applicable
4What is the outline of the session? Provide a brief outline of the session.Part I: IntroductionPart II: Understand the essence of self as an instrument of changePart III: Exploring awareness of self as a foundation for becoming a leaderPart IV: Discuss the significance of self as an instrument in an OD consultant rolePart V: Self Mind Map exercise and reflectionPart VI: Summary and Final Q & A
5What takeaways or tools will learners receive in the session?Recommended Readings and Handouts: Bennet, A. (2019). Possibilities that are youBennis, W. (1989). On becoming a leaderBurke, W. (1994). Organization development: A process of learning and changing Cheung-Judge, M. Y. (2001). The self as an instrumentCurran, K., Seashore, C., & Welp, M. (1995). Use of self as an instrument of changeJamieson, D. (2019). Use of self for leaders (video)Seashore, C. N., Shawver. M. N., Thompson, G., & Mattare, M. (2005). The Instrumental Self as an Agent of Change. The Seashore Self-as-an-Agent of Change Model (used with permission).Schwarzer, R., & Jerusalem, M. (1995). Generalized Self-Efficacy scale.