Looking to becoming more innovative in your thinking?
Act more strategically to foster creativity in your team?
Gain greater confidence and competence in your abilities?
Achieve measurable progress?
What is Collaborative Leadership?
Focuses on you being part of a building and learning culture that enables innovation and experimentation. Developing yourself as a change agent. This includes strategic thinking across diverse interests to engage the individuals you’re working or dealing with, for a common project and learn together, through facts and building a narrative of change.
It is based on the Law of Requisite Variety, Complex Systems Theory and Collective Impact.
Purpose & Alignment
Identify the why of the collaboration, values, context, objectives and givens. Impact and value expected. Common thread and commitment from all the individuals involved aligning different interests and levels of participation. Gain organisational & system awareness. Map opportunities & feedback. Seek to evaluate the actions taken and find ways to measure progress.
Strengths & Authority Power
Learn about your inner strengths and authority power and apply them effectively develop ability to use your formal and informal authority power as per the context/situation needs. Understand what drives your performance and the dominant roles playing and others strengths to maximize common impact.
Learn from diversity and work strategically, developing your capacity perspective.
Learn to interpret situations, identify common occurring reactions in you and others, assumptions and develop understanding of the dynamics that are playing.
Improve your ability to deal with conflict and uncertainty to facilitate collaborative conditions and give way to creativity.
Frame opportunities and barriers and enjoy coming with multiple options and scenarios.
Lead as you Learn
Take on new challenges. Use your leanings and capitalize on them by applying, testing and adjusting as you go and lead others to unfold their own learning journey.
Develops awareness, diversity of views and appreciative inquiry.
Facilitates understanding of self-ingrained beliefs and those in the system to create an organisational environment that promotes creativity and innovation.
Increases engagement, self-management and collaboration in teams and across stakeholder’s.
Some of the Benefits