A personal voyage into opening bigger space of possibilities and more effective leadership
Greg, Will and Jane each lead in significantly different ways, they had different paths to how they found themselves in leadership and are equipped in different ways to interoperate situations and deal with getting things delivered, building teams, and providing direction. Leaders who do undertake a voyage of personal understanding and development can transform not only their own capabilities but also those of their companies.
Join us in an experiential learning activity, examining what sort of leadership we have, what you are using, and how you might want to grow and change to be the leader you need to be, in a world that is transforming around us, leaders need to not only to transform the way we work and the teams but also themselves.
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
Why are attempts to transform organisations so painful and often unsuccessful? Why is it that, even when leaders and managers recognise the values, principles and tools of agility and plan to implement them, they frequently fail? How do the developmental stages of leaders and team members influence the space of possibilities for transformation?
Most of our reflective practices are single-loop learning that assess the performance, but for transformation to occur, we need triple loop learning that allows for revision and reflection of vision and strategy of individuals and organisations.
A usual suspect for failure of transformation is culture, but in this workshop we try to gain a different perspective on transformation. We believe the way leaders interpret their surrounding and react when their power or safety is challenged has a big impact on the space of the possibilities for the teams they work for.
In this workshop, we learn about different stages of the leadership based on theories from developmental psychology. This will create opportunities for participants to identify where they are in their meaning making journey and where their leaders and teams are positioned.
We will also create space for practical advice on how to progress through different stages that enable more possibilities for change and transformation.
The participants then will be encouraged to start an “action inquiry” practice that starts with personal mastery, allowing them to attain an attitude that can be simultaneously productive and self-assessing.
- Understand different developmental stages of leadership
- Become more aware of how I am showing up as a leader?
- I know what I need to change in myself to better enable my team
- Learn and identify what types of leadership is required to enable agile transformation and growth
- Learn practical advice on how to progress through leadership stages
- Understand the benefits and limitation of various stages of leadership
Anyone that fits into humane definition of leadership, which is to do the right thing when no one asked you and care for people
Prerequisites for Attendees
Have the experience of working in any team or organisation, regardless of the size of the organisation
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