Co-active leadership in times of physical distancing and beyond.
We hold the belief that in a free world every human being is responsible for his or her own ambitions, performance and behaviour, both in their professional and personal life. Taking that responsibility is a form of personal leadership.
When the goal is too big for one person, we need to work with others. Others, who are – at the start – not at the same place: they have their own dreams, views, believes and skills. Initially, they are separated. So, how do we bridge the gap between individuals who are at remote places and establish the effective collaboration that can move mountains? And how do we maintain teamwork, knowing that those individuals – even when brought together – often favour returning to their own isolated cubicles, comfort zones and opinions.
Just how do you lead yourself and empower others to do the same? Where do you start? What are the basic steps that help keeping you going and how do you turn knowledge and intuition into action. That is the impact this series of Virtual Classroom Sessions intends to have.
The objective of the Virtual Classroom Sessions is to provide its participants with support, guidance and inspiration for co-leading themselves and others.
Upon completion of the virtual classroom sessions participants will have developed one or more specific co-active leadership strategies to be implemented in their everyday environment.
These virtual classroom sessions will be delivered in collaboration with our training partner Compassium Management Consultants. Compassium works trusting that the quality and result of organisations are determined by the quality of working relationships and therefore focuses on effective collaboration in teams and organizations, both in times of prosperity and adversity. Compassium supports its customers in achieving their objectives with services in the areas of leadership, culture strengthening, organizational change and project and programme management. The firm was founded in 2007 and based in Amersfoort, NL
The workshops consist of 3 sessions of 3 hour each per workshop day.