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Auto Company Scaled Behavioral Model

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Auto Company Scaled Behavioral Model

Auto Company

Scaled Behavioral Model Scaled Behavioral Model

Overview of Auto Company Drive Behaviors

Auto Company Values

    ; Take the enterprise view

    ; Prioritize and focus

    ; Manage with stretch objectives

    ; Be first to implement

    Auto Company Leadership Behaviors ; Treat the people around you as the most important resource in the business

    ; Be aligned and unified on business objectives and values ; Role model desired team behaviors

    ; Lead with vision, clarity, focus and a bias for action

Auto Company Team Behaviors

    ; Think customers first

    ; Make your colleagues successful

    ; Have open, honest and candid dialogue

    ; Trust and respect one another

    ; Take time to develop relationships with one another ; Learn from your shared successes and failures ; Have a sense of urgency

    ; Generate results, not activity

    ; Deliver on your commitments

    ; Think breakthrough

    ; Drive to the bottom line

    ; Be empowered

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Auto Company Values

Take the enterprise view.

    Examples of Examples of Examples of

    Ineffective Behavior Effective Behavior Role Model Behavior

    ; Fails to consider ; Thinks beyond the ; Sees the big picture

    impact of own actions “day to day” to take and capitalizes on

    and decisions on other longer-term, broader opportunities for

    parts of Auto Company perspective on business delivering integrated

    decisions solutions

    ; Aligns own activities ; Makes decisions that ; Sacrifices personal or

    and priorities to meet support the best short-term gain for the

    only personal/local interests of the entire long-term benefit of the

    agenda enterprise enterprise

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Auto Company Values

Prioritize and focus.

    Examples of Examples of Examples of Ineffective Behavior Effective Behavior Role Model Behavior ; Sets personal and/or ; Determines priorities ; Selects vital few

    team priorities that are and allocates time and objectives and

    inconsistent with Auto resources accordingly allocates time and

    Company’s priorities resources effectively

    and goals when faced with

    competing priorities ; Loses focus in ; Manages own time by ;

    directing energy at eliminating

    specific performance unnecessary steps and

    targets focusing on activities

    that add value to the

    business

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Auto Company Values

Manage with stretch objectives.

    Examples of Examples of Examples of

    Ineffective Behavior Effective Behavior Role Model Behavior

    ; Sets unrealistic goals, ; Sets challenging but ; Identifies vital few

    goals that are either too realistic and stretch objectives and

    easy or impossible to measurable objectives allocates time and

    reach for self and others resources accordingly

    when faced with

    multiple demands and

    competing priorities

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Auto Company Values

Be first to implement.

    Examples of Examples of Examples of Ineffective Behavior Effective Behavior Role Model Behavior ; ; ;

    ; ; ;

Please give some direction: Is the focus related to speed or to translating strategy

     into action?

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    Auto Company Leadership Behaviors

Treat the people around you as the most important resource in the business.

    Examples of Examples of Examples of

    Ineffective Behavior Effective Behavior Role Model Behavior

    ; ; ;

    ; ; ;

See items on page 12: I’m not sure which ones should be included here.

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    Auto Company Leadership Behaviors

Be aligned and unified on business objectives and values.

    Examples of Examples of Examples of

    Ineffective Behavior Effective Behavior Role Model Behavior

    ; Fails to align priorities ; Directs individuals and ; Establishes and

    and metrics for key teams by establishing maintains effective

    areas of responsibility clear and aligned goals communication

    and accountabilities channels to ensure

    people continue to be

    aligned with changing

    business goals

    ; Ensures alignment with ; Keeps others informed ; Identifies and resolves

    only one aspect of of Auto Company’s inconsistencies in

    business objectives, strategic challenges critical messages

    fails to balance and recognizes need to across organizational

    competing objectives balance priorities lines and reallocates

    resources appropriately

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    Auto Company Leadership Behaviors

Role model desired team behaviors.

    Examples of Examples of Examples of

    Ineffective Behavior Effective Behavior Role Model Behavior

    ; Focuses exclusively on ; Shares information and ; Identifies and supports

    attaining individual own expertise with solutions in which all

    results* others to enable them team members can

    to accomplish team benefit

    goals

    ; ; ;

    * Unsure which team behaviors this item should address

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    Auto Company Team Behaviors

Lead with vision, clarity, focus and a bias for action.

    Examples of Examples of Examples of

    Ineffective Behavior Effective Behavior Role Model Behavior ; Fails to clearly ; Builds a strong sense ; Energizes people

    articulate vision and of purpose for one’s around an exciting

    translate it into day-to-area of leadership vision of the future

    day practices responsibility

    ; ; ;

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