Reorganisations, acquisitions, technological challenges, price inflation, economic and political evolutions, … Constantly changing circumstances require an organisation that can respond quickly to those changes. This requires a lot of flexibility and a high form of agility.
However, humans are creatures of habit and prefer not to change. Only 5% of your behaviour is under your conscious control and 95% happens on autopilot.
Systemic leadership revolves around people and goals, around connection and direction. On the one hand, a leader provides trust, access to security, but also challenges exploration, the courage to take risks.
Before you can lead others, you must first understand yourself. By addressing your obstacles and drives from your undercurrent, you can make your team and organisation excel.
Through a systemic lens, we look at yourself, your team, your organisation, your professional network as living systems. A living system thrives when it is in tune and connected with the outside world.
It’s all about connection!
OBJECTIVES OF THIS TRAINING
- Discover and learn your untapped potential
- Learn the impact of your family system on your leadership Learn to (re)vitalise your team
- Learn to spot behavioural patterns in organisations
- Learn to adapt to changing demands and needs
- Learn a package of facilitation skills to make your employees and organisation shine
A 10-DAY TRAINING COURSE, INCLUDING 2 INDIVIDUAL 2-HOUR COACHINGS (WITH HORSES IF DESIRED) TO EXPLORE THE IMPACT OF YOUR FAMILY SYSTEM ON YOUR FUNCTIONING AS A LEADER. WE WORK ON THE BASIS OF CASE STUDIES PROVIDED BY THE PARTICIPANTS.
MODULE 1: MAXIMISING YOUR IMPACT
- Discovering the strongest version of yourself Our natural defences
- Your family system affects the workplace Discovering my authentic essences
MODULE 2: THE UNTAPPED POTENTIAL IN MY TEAM
- Stages of development in a team Me as a leader of a team
- (Re)vitalising a team Case study(s)
MODULE 3: CONSIDERING AN ORGANISATION AS A LIVING SYSTEM
- Attention to the undercurrent
- The impact of history on the organisation Behavioural patterns in organisations
- Case study(s)
MODULE 4: CONNECTING WITH THE OUTSIDE WORLD
- From internal to external focus
- Cooperation between organisations Innovate and co-create
- Case study(s)