1L1. The ARC Keys are referred to as the Leadership Lever because they influence the way in which individuals relate to one another, particularly how leaders interact with each other and with their team members.
1L2. Figure 1.8. The Leadership Lever.
1L3. The purpose of the Leadership Lever is to:
1L3i. Ensure leaders and team members can manage the interdependent relationships within a matrix.
1L3ii. Develop the capability to lead without authority.
1L3iii. Position leaders and team members to fulfill organizational, team, and individual accountability.
1L3iv. Deliver an empowered organization with a culture of success.
1L4. The Accountability Key focuses on:
1L4i. The three types of accountability as they apply to individuals.
1L4ii. The meaning and process of making commitments.
1L5. The Relationship Management Key focuses on:
1L5i. Building organizational and team relationships.
1L6. The Collaborative Leadership Key focuses on:
1L6i. Creating commitment and building high-performing teams.
1L7. Table 1.5. Table of AEIOC outcomes using ARC.
Creates alignment to team goals
Empowered, proactive individuals work to deliver unconditional accountability
Team accountability ensures teams are integrated to produce results
Ensures the organization and its team are being optimized versus individuals
Leaders and professionals identify who they align with to produce results
Everyone is working towards win-win relationships
Cooperation and collaboration are used across teams to achieve organizational goals
The team is optimized through win-win relation-ships
Culture of empowered adults
Skills, tools, and techniques used to identify what and how to maintain alignment
Leaders act as facilitators and coaches to empower team members and increase the productivity of teams
Team-based tools are used to plan and produce deliverables
The team is optimized through collaboration-based methods