Thinking Differently for Culture and Systems Change (online) (Code: C1707)
Who is this for?
For leaders who want to move beyond good intentions to sustainable change, by cultivating an ethical leadership that is radically candid and fuelled by thinking differently (Professional Standard 12 for Senior Leaders; also 2, 4, 11 and 13).
This immersive online workshop provides a framework for you to think differently about moving from good intentions to sustainable change.
Anchored by four very practical approaches to changemaking, you will delve into FE systems/culture change and the pivotal role played by trust, ease and responsible risk.
You will explore what thinking differently for sustainable change looks, feels and sounds like in your organisation (and in your leadership) though hands on immersion, a facilitator-led meta narrative and peer dialogue to figure out you can use the practical activities in your context.
You will have;
- Explored how to directly embed values into leadership.
- Reflected on organisational culture and how far it is ‘radically candid’.
- Practised a specific and effective form of ‘Non-Violent Communication’
- Identified changemakers and developed a strategy for working with them.
The workshop is 3 hours duration, online and interactive using Zoom.
We will send you a pre-session task once you sign up; a short article to read.
Exploring approaches to thinking differently for sustainable change, via the following activities.
1 - From KPIs to Values
2 - Marshall Rosenberg’s Non-Violent Communication
3 - the Influence Analysis
20 places are available for this interactive live session.
Delegates should be open-minded and willing to listen as well as contribute, do the work on themselves, as well as influencing the organisation and the sector.