The Art of Leading Collectively – Potsdam
Navigating Complex Change with Multiple Actors
25 October 9:00 am — 27 October 2018 4:00 pm

- 3 days of training
- core methodology: CLI Collective Leadership Compass
- tuition fee: € 1,650.00
Registration status: OPEN

Are you starting a complex cooperation project, or are you in the midst of one you want to improve? Do you need to shift the mind-set of stakeholders toward collaboration, or to find new ways to overcome challenges? Do you need to arrive at tangible outcomes in a short time frame?

This course will help you to implement more outcome oriented and constructive co-creation on a day to day basis for yourself, your team, your organisation, and your change initiative with diverse stakeholders. It equips dedicated change makers in public and private sector, as well as civil society organisations with a tool for better co-creation. The dimensions of collective leadership can be learned and enhanced – individually and collectively.

The tool presented in The Art of Leading Collectively – the Collective Leadership Compass – helps you to keep your collaboration journey on track and to find the necessary course corrections.

YOUR KEY TAKE AWAYS

  • Know how to prepare for your collaboration journey.
  • Assess where you are, define what is present and what is missing.
  • Map the path, adjust strategies, and know what to shift, to strengthen, or to focus on.
  • Convince colleagues and partners that leading collectively will ease the management of complex change.
  • Take the content of the book ‘The Art of Leading Collectively’ into the practice of outcome-oriented and constructive co-creation.

Participants' feedback from our last training

Voluntary statement in our course feedback form

“This was – and I do not use this phrase lightly – mind expanding.” – University Dean, Canada

“This course creates a lot of hope.” – Managing Director and Founder, Switzerland

“The course was practical and offers insight and a holistic perspective into how collaboration can be developed and managed for greater aliveness.” – Principle, USA

“Very useful and applicable.” – anonymous

“The course shows how to deal with the complexity of collaboration.” – CEO, Switzerland