webinar 8 of july 2020 “Introduction to Collective Leadership”Interactive Webinar on Collective Leadership
On Wednesday 8 July from 4:00 to 5:30 pm (CEST) you will be joining our virtual webinar session “Introduction to Collective Leadership”.
To deal with the complexity and volatility of the world, leaders must do more than simply develop horizontally by accumulating more of the same type of skills and knowledge. Today’s challenges call for ‘vertical development’. This means developing ‘the ability to think in more complex, systemic, strategic, and interdependent ways’.
Central in collective leadership is the body-based assessment called The Leader Being Strength Indicator [LBSI] which fast embodied insights into different leadership styles.
PresenceAtWork has collected extensive data about the impact of LBSI from testing, observing and interviewing people in different team settings. Their methodology draws on both ancient and modern approaches, including the chakras of Indian spiritual thinking, the martial art of Aikido, and the nine personality types of the Enneagram model of the human psyche.
Each of the nine LBSI strengths is located in one of three ‘information centres’ in the body - head, heart, and gut. Some people’s profiles have predominantly head, heart or gut strengths, while others have strengths across all three information centres.
Roelien discovered a preferred pace and rhythm for each profile dimension, e.g. working in rapid, short bursts of activity, or working at a slow, steady pace. On top of this, she observed that each dimension was associated with a preferred ‘operational energy’ - anticipating, driving, or holding energy. Different types of energy can complement each other in working relationships.
About the session
This 90-min experiential session will be co-facilitated by Roelien Bokxem and Jorn Wolfs from PresenceAtWork. PresenceAtWork is specialised in Collective Leadership: an agile, embodied and systemic way of leading together. Introducing Collective Leadership is a powerful way to increase engagement and have people take ownership for the whole, in order to intentionally create culture together and fuel growth. In this interactive introduction you will learn more about this leading-edge approach to leadership, and have some first experiences with it yourself.
|Date||Wednesday 8 July 2020|
|Time||16:00 - 17:30|
|Location||internet: webinar / nvt|
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|Registration Fee||This event is free of charge for members of PDMA. Nonmembers, who wish to become acquainted with the association, are also free of charge as long as the maximum number of participants has not been exceeded.|
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|More information||Rogier van Duin, het getoonde emailadres|
Rolien Bokxem, het getoonde emailadres
Jorn Wolfs, het getoonde emailadres