Total Leadership: Improving performance by creating mutual value among all four domains of life – work, home, community and self

24 - 25 May 2016

Wotton House, Dorking

Most leadership programmes focus on the development of leaders in their current or future jobs, while most wellness or work/life programmes focus mainly on improving wellbeing.

Total Leadership takes a holistic view, in which the purpose is to improve performance in all four domains of life – work, home, community and self – by finding mutual value among them. This two-day workshop will explore how this approach can drive measurable results for individuals and organisations.

Tuesday 24 May: 09.00-18.30
Wednesday 25 October: 08.30-15.00

Who is it for?
Professionals who have a strong interest in organisation development, organisation change, leadership, individual development, and integrating work and the rest of life.

Overview
Most leadership programmes focus on the development of leaders in their current or future jobs, while most wellness or work/life programmes focus mainly on improving wellbeing. Total Leadership takes a holistic view, in which the purpose is to improve performance in all four domains of life – work, home, community and self – by finding mutual value among them. This two-day workshop will explore how this approach can drive measurable results for individuals and organisations.

Content
We will begin by exploring the principles underpinning Total Leadership. Participants will assess satisfaction and performance in all four domains and the alignment of their actions with both their values and their leadership vision. They will explore what it means to lead with impact in all domains and leave with a game plan and scorecard for an experiment designed to produce a four-way win, along with peer coaches to support their progress and practical ideas for bringing others along with them as they aim to produce sustainable change in the real world.

The workshop will also enable participants to:

• learn how to reframe the meaning of leadership by applying new skills and insights at work, at home, in the community, and within the self (mind, body, spirit)
• learn how to transform the way they allocate their attention, skills and resources
• learn practical strategies for engaging others in producing sustainable change and reducing risk by gaining tangible support for innovative action
• take a systems view of performance expectations of key stakeholders in all domains
• build social capital by giving and receiving real help on important goals
• build a coaching network to support progress towards goals identified in the workshop
• explore how the principles and proven methods of Total Leadership can be applied as organisation development tools in their work context.

  • Tags
  • Learning & Development
  • Organisation Development & Change