Harthill's 2017 programme of inspiring, creative and practical events aims to develop and extend the capabilities of those working with the Leadership Development Framework and Profile.
LDP Essentials - Interpreting a Sentence Completion Form
|Facilitators||Philip Hayton and Ana Nekrasova|
6th, 13th, 20th & 27th October at 4-5pm
£99 + VAT
This webinar series aims to refresh and enhance your understanding of the extraordinary depth, richness and developmental implications of an SCF. An SCF is a client's own words, revealing subtle meaning-making processes. Extracting that value is a skill, and like any skill it requires practice, coaching, support and opportunities to explore in the learning process. Interpreting a client's SCF is also a key task in co-creating a great Leadership Development Framework debrief experience … and it allows a better understanding of LDF principles, and their relevance in the real world.
Each of the four sessions in the series will focus on how to ‘make sense of a person’s sense-making’ by diving into one sentence completion form as a group. Each interactive session will look at a different part of the spectrum of development. The process is about learning to see what’s there in an SCF more fully - building confidence to locate what’s developmentally relevant for the client. Our aim is for you to understand and interpret SCFs more thoroughly and more confidently.
Deepening the practice
|Facilitators||Karen Ellis, Philip Hayton and David Rooke|
5th - 6th February 2018
|Venue||Gorse Hill Hotel, Woking|
£675 - independent consultants / public sector and not-for-profit organisation. £795 - for-profit organisations. Fee includes: all workshop materials, involvement in the virtual forum in 2018, meals and refreshments, one night’s accommodation.
This workshop has been specifically designed for graduates of Harthill’s LDF Authorisation Training Intensive (or similar programmes) who continue to be inspired by what the Leadership Development Framework brings to the development of leaders and organisations.
- To deepen your practices in using a ‘constructivist’ developmental approach when working with leaders
- To inquire with you into understanding and applying the core principles and nuances of the LDF Framework
- To gain a grounded and data-driven understanding of the key internal shifts that occur as people change stage
- To continue creating a connected community of practitioners working consciously with this developmental approach
We will explore and develop:
- Ways to use and frame the LDF in working with leaders and organisations whose context and challenges are increasingly complex. How the development of meaning making confers even more value for leadership in a 'VUCA' world
- Key Strategist capabilities and practices that can act as a vehicle for the development for Achievers, Individualists and Strategists
- Supporting key transitions from Achiever, Individualist and Strategist
- Enhanced interpretation of sentence completion forms discerning current concerns and developmental edges
Participating in ‘Deepening the Practice’ includes an invitation to a bi-monthly Harthill ‘Leadership Development Group’ virtual forum, for one year of mutually directed discussion, exploration and reflection.
To book or for further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.