Lockheed Martin - The Future of Facilities Leadership

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Published on November 21, 2017

Author: fmasummits

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1. The Future of Leadership Kurtis Jetsel Presented by Director – Facilities, Environment/Safety/Health Lockheed Martin – Missiles and Fire Control

2. Just Imagine…

3. 0 20 40 60 80 100 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000 2050 Technology Adoption Span to 75% Saturation The Acceleration of Change 1800 to 1940 Newspaper DATA: Asymco 0 20 40 60 80 100 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000 2050 Television 1940 to 1980 49 Years 29 Years 0 20 40 60 80 100 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000 2050 Personal Computer 1980 to 2016 15 Years This exponential change takes what’s scarce and creates abundance Abundance has created a scarcity in effective leadership 89 Years

4. Effects of Change 1957 1977 1997 2017 2017 Market Cap #1 General Motors Exxon General Motors Apple $804.05 B #2 Exxon General Motors Ford Motor Google/Alphabet $660.78 B #3 Ford Motor Ford Motor Exxon Microsoft $526.50 B #4 U.S. Steel Texaco Wal-Mart Stores Amazon $463.36 B #5 General Electric Mobil General Electric Facebook $430.27 B $2.88 T • S&P 500 Constituency: 505 Companies • S&P 500 Market Cap: $21.3 T • Top 5 Companies are 13.5% of the Total Market Cap Largest Public Companies

5. The Leadership Paradigm hasn’t changed Values of the traditional leadership: - Control - Consistency - Predictability We are entering a period in which “there will be no long-term predictability” in business, “leaders will need to learn to manage chaos and to do it in a highly disciplined way.” Pierre Nanterme - Accenture CEO

6. Effects of Change on Leadership

7. Effects of Change on Leadership

8. ‘Inspiring Humanity’ Let go of the power Lead like a coach Shift from a ‘Head based’ to a ‘Heart based’ leadership

9. ‘Inspiring Humanity’ Letting go of the power - Knowledge is prolific, abundant and available to all Leadership Call to Action: - Leverage to enable leadership at all levels - Trust people to make decisions that are aligned with your vision, mission and values.

10. ‘Inspiring Humanity’ Lead like a coach - An imperative in an exponentially changing world Leadership Call to Action: - Learn how coaches operate (observe, guide, question, encourage, uplift, in real time). - Inspire greatness in others by learning to be inspired as you observe them

11. ‘Inspiring Humanity’ ‘Heart based’ leadership - ‘The missing link in employee engagement is… the heart of the leader’* Leadership Call to Action: - Daily disconnection from distraction for time getting to know your own heart * Source – Leading from the Heart by Mark Crowley - Make increasing your Emotional Intelligence a top priority

12. The Future of Leadership Questions ??

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