This session builds on Systems Leadership approaches and thinking about where we might want to go next, to how to lead people through transitions, and how to manage and sustain change. We’ll use the ideas of William Bridges and John Kotter to take people through endings, neutral zones and new beginnings; how to engage whole teams across a system; and how to make change stick. We’ll then go on to look at this, and what it might mean for you, in the context of GM Moving, its purpose and its enablers for change, so that you can connect your thinking with broader strategies.
As always, the focus will be on being practical and interactive, enabling you to build your skills and to get peer coaching and advice from a broader group. The aim is for you to come away with skills and insights that you can practise and put to use straight away.
The session will be delivered by Debbie Sorkin, National Director of Systems Leadership at The Leadership Centre
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As part of the GM Moving Partners' 'Commitment to Inclusion' visits, come and hear more about the 'Everybody Can' service in Tameside and what you can do to make your services more inclusive.
The idea behind the values-based community of practice is simple: how can insights from understanding values help us resolve tensions and find solutions, especially in highly charged situations? Join this in-person session to find out more!
The idea behind the values-based community of practice is simple: how can insights from understanding values help us resolve tensions and find solutions, especially in highly charged situations? Join this session to find out more!