Harthill's 2019 programme of inspiring, creative and practical events aims to develop and extend the capabilities of those working with the Leadership Development Framework and Profile.
Online LDF Authorisation Training Intensive
|Facilitators||Philip Hayton and Ana Nekrasova|
5th - 19th March
Developing Strategist Capabilities
|Facilitators||David Rooke and Philip Hayton|
Friday 22nd March 9:30 to 4.30pm
|Venue||Beauchamp Lodge, London|
£195 plus VAT
Between 2% and 5% of leaders in large organisations profile at the Action Logic named Strategist. This Action Logic is associated with meaning-making that is most able to engage with, and lead in complexity and ambiguity. Increasingly leaders report the need to be able to lead in these conditions, but can they? The transition from the Primary Action Logic of Individualist (where typically 20 – 25% of organisational leaders profile) to Strategist is elusive – few leaders within organisations make this step.
Facilitated by Philip Hayton and David Rooke, the workshop will explore how the capabilities demonstrated by leaders with a Primary Strategist Action Logic can be adopted by leaders whose Primary Action Logics are Achiever or Individualist. This approach expands their leadership repertoire and has an underlying impact on their meaning-making capacity. We will focus on key transformational capabilities demonstrated by Strategist leaders and explore what attention and practices may lead to these being of service to leaders. This process starts by making the leaders aware of their own meaning-making so that they can then develop many of the key transformational capabilities to stretch their own effectiveness within their current meaning-making structure. Working experientially and supported by live interviews with Strategist leaders, we will explore activities and practices that individuals can undertake to grow their transformational capabilities.
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