Leadership


The leadership challenge 

leadership

Effective and inspiring leadership is a requirement for all those involved in managing the organisation or system. Organisations typically invest a lot of resources in developing their leaders, yet the organisational context is not always conducive to releasing individuals’ ability to lead.*  

Today’s leaders are facing ‘wicked problems’ that demand a collaborative distributed leadership style that action learning supports. **


Why use socially driven action learning to develop a leadership culture?

By using socially driven action learning as the foundation to our accredited leadership courses and continuous professional development programmes we enable the organisation to understand what leadership it needs and develop its own leadership culture by integrating leadership behaviours throughout its social systems.

* CIPD 2013c, (2014) **Pedler and Abbott (2013) *** ILM (2014) *** 

Creating a leadership culture

Trust underpins effective working relationships and the more a colleague, manager or team member is trusted, the greater the likelihood they will co-operate, share information and work effectively together.  Large organisation have been shown suffer most in terms of trust and the public sector is suffering a ‘trust shortfall’ comparted to private and third sector organisation’s.  Organisation’s wishing to establish or improve trust can do so by focusing on the five fundamentals of openness, communication, decision-making, integrity and competence *** With socially driven action learning at its core, our following accredited courses and continuous professional development focus on developing these 5 fundamentals throughout the organisation.

Leadership courses


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