There’s no doubt about it – leadership has been disrupted. In times of extreme uncertainty, we need new ways of leading and this means new forms of leadership development are required.
As we emerge from a period of crisis, we enter a vulnerable time when we may revert to older practices. But we also have a unique opportunity to capture what we learned from the imposed change along with rapid decision making and adoption.
Which path will you take?
Which approach will best equip you to navigate a climate of increased complexity and ambiguity?
From the conversations we’re having with leaders of organisations, these are the types of concerns being faced. Leadership development needs to address these questions and concerns.
That’s why we created our 3Xspectives workshop to help provide clarity and nudge mindsets, behaviours and practices. The 3Xspectives in question are: Retrospective, Introspective and Futurespective.
Across three 2-hour sessions, we’ll explore each of the 3Xspectives, how they apply to modern leadership and then create a set of change leadership principles to bring them to life.
Between each session, you’ll have time to complete self-assessments and experiments and reflect on the outcomes. Workshop delivery is virtual and/or face-to-face.
Workshop participants receive:
- Conversations of Change: A guide to implementing workplace change by Dr Jen Frahm
- Hacking for Agile Change; With an agile mindset, behaviours & practices by Lena Ross
What topics are covered in the workshops?
The current business climate of extreme uncertainty presents us with an opportunity to reflect on what we have learned in the last few months of imposed change. What will we bring with us, what will we let go of? What is the role of new power, mindset and business agility in leading change?
After looking back, we need to look inwards: specifically how we experience change as leaders. This brings up consideration of empathy and psychological safety in a climate of continuous change. In this session we take you through the SCARF model and brain-friendly change. It’s a workout: we’re building muscle for change and for strong change leadership.
Finally, we project future-forward to define as a group what success looks like, what might get in that way and what helped us get there. We employ a First Principles approach to create a set of change leadership principles to bring the key themes to life.
How do we get started?
Contact us at [email protected] so we can find out a little more about your business and we can provide you with a proposal.