There’s no doubt about it – how we need to lead has been turned on its head. 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 on your Leadership Disrupted journey?
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.
Across four 2-hour sessions, we’ll explore four pillars of change leadership in context of continuing disruption.
You will get self-assessments and conversation starters and change leadership tools out of the sessions.
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
- Change. Leader: The changes you need to make first by Dr Jen Frahm
What topics are covered in the workshops?
The 4 x 2 covers:
Change and Me
Before you can lead others through change, you need to lead yourself.
In this session we work through how you as a leader feel about change.
We walk through the SCARF model and identify likely implications of how you respond to threat.
Change Curves Ahead
The uncertainty of change ahead can be very disruptive to our workforce.
In this session we review how your workforces commonly respond to change and how you can be ready for that and mitigate workplace performance dips.
Building change resilience is tricky in ordinary circumstances, even more so in a pandemic! And yet, it is critical.
In this session we will work through ways to build change resilience and draw upon tools from the domain of positive psychology that increase positive engagement from your people during change.
Navigating the unknown
The year ahead will provide known unknowns, and unknown unknowns – how will you lead through this in unison, with confidence and clarity.
We will futurecast and develop a set of change leadership principles which will provide direction with what ensues.
Introspective. Retrospective. Futurespective.
Hear from founder Lena Ross on how the sessions work!
How do we get started?
Contact us at [email protected] so we can find out a little more about your business and we can go from there.