Atlas Concept Table for Atlas109 Leadership and Communication

… the concepts in Atlas109 Leadership and Communication

Core concepts on the Atlas for leadership and communication

This page lists the Atlas core concepts in Atlas109 Leadership and Communication. This Atlas course was derived from Toronto PPG2014 Leading Change and Getting Things Done, an elective second-year course for MPP students last offered in 2015-16 at the University of Toronto’s School of Public Policy and Governance, now integrated into the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. The 125 concepts are all those in two Atlas subjects, Leadership Skills and Communication Skills. See further discussion at Atlas Concept Tables for Courses.

Atlas Concept Table for Atlas109
125 core concepts in leadership and communication, organized by Atlas subject and topic

Leadership Skills

The Study of Leadership and Communication

Autocratic Leadership

Civil Service Leadership Statement

Ganz’s Pedagogy as Practice

Heifetz’s Adaptive Work

Kouzes and Posner’s Leadership Model

Lewin’s 3 Leadership Styles

Laissez-Faire Leadership

Participative Leadership

Pfeffer’s Management BS Critique

Situational Theory of Leadership

Skills and Tacit Knowledge

Trait Theory of Leadership

Trust

Williams’ Real vs Counterfeit Leadership

Work Avoidance Mechanisms

Recognizing Values

Concept Creep

Haidt’s 6 Innate Moral Foundations

Intrinsic Motivation

Motivation

Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator (MBTI)

Diagnosing

Determining the Nature of the Leadership Challenge

Determining Who Is Us (Our People)

Engaging the Issue (Getting on the Dance Floor)

Framing the Problem

Identifying Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats (SWOT)

Taking a Detached (Balcony) Perspective

Building Resources

Conducting a Meeting

Creating a Coalition

Creating a Team

Gaining Standing

Identifying Allies

Meeting in Person

Networking

Strategizing

Countering Opposition

Creating Smart Objectives

Developing an Action Plan

Developing Mission and Vision Statements

Developing Successful Strategies

VMOSA – Vision, Mission, Objectives, Strategies, and Action Plans

Leonard’s Note on Public Sector Strategy-Building

Strategy

Leadership Skills

Handling Complexity

Dealing with Ambiguity

Dealing with Uncertainty

Determining Sources of Complexity

Practicing Integrative Thinking

Recognizing Obliquity

Complexity

Negotiating

Action-Forcing Mechanisms

Advice for Women Negotiators

BATNA – Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement

Dealing with Difficult People

Fisher and Ury’s Four Principles of Negotiation

Competitive Bargaining vs. Cooperative Problem Solving

Negotiation

Win-Win, Win-Lose, and Lose-Lose Situations

ZOPA – Zone of Possible Agreement

Managing Oneself

Activating Ambition

Becoming Self-aware

Developing Resilience

Finding Balance

Having Fun

Managing Stress

Managing Time

Overcoming Procrastination

Taking Responsibility

Working in Organizations

Briefing and Minimizing Surprises

Clearing

Deadlining

Dependability

Friendliness

Honesty

Orienting

Punctuality

Resourcefulness

Respectfulness

Communication Skills

Persuading

Active Audience

Authority and Credibility

Analogies and Metaphors

Conformity, Similarity, and Social Proof

Consistency and Commitment

Contrast

Counter-intuitive Facts and Arguments

Empathy and Listening

Humour

Knowing the Audience

Knowing the Context

Liking

Personalizing

Simplicity and Clarity

Salience

Scarcity

Storytelling

Reciprocity

Repetition

Types of Attitude Change

Aristotle’s 3 Rhetorical Appeals – Legos, Ethos, and Pathos

Cialdini’s 6 Principles of Persuasion Science

Narrative Theory

Orren’s 20 Principles of Persuasion

Primers for Polemicists – Comparing Rules from Harries and Alinsky

Persuasion

Rhetoric

Speaking to Persuade

Beginning with a Grabber

Body Language and Posture

Controlling Uptalk and Like

Eliminating Filler Words

Elevator Pitch

Ending Memorably

Eye Contact

Ladder of Abstraction

Practicing the Presentation

Pre-speech Warm Ups

Reading a Speech

Speech Pauses

Story Arc

Voice Projection and Volume

Writing to Persuade

Basic Op-Ed Structure

Behn’s Craft of Memo Writing

Ledes and News Hooks

Lede and Subhead

Style Guides

Using Plain Language

Writing a Briefing Note

Writing a Press Release

Writing a Summary

Page created by: Ian Clark, last modified 3 December 2019.

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