Deliberate Shift Leadership Foundations Program
When we think of leadership or leading change, we often think of doing things differently. And while that is important, it is just as important to think of how we need to be differently.
How do I lead when I don’t know the answer? How do I get my teams to work across the silos that exist? How do I inspire others? How do I get others be more accountable and take on more responsibilities? How do I truly listen to others and what they have to say when I think I already know the answer? How can I see different perspectives and hold them as being true for that person when all I can see is my own perspective?
These are some of the questions we hear as we work with leaders in organizations. It does not matter whether they are new leaders or seasoned leaders. These are the questions that come up for everyone.
The thing about leading in these times is that we are leading in “white water”. The direction of the organization might be changing, the team we support might change, there will be shifts in economy, and this is also happening for our clients, partners and stakeholders. What worked before may no longer be working. The answer to better leadership isn’t to do more, it is to do differently. To do differently means we have to think differently and interact differently. It is all about self-awareness and the quality of our relationships with others. That is what this program focuses on.