|Strategies for Developing Leadership in Everyone (Joe Raelin)|
Wednesday, 06 October 2010 20:11Written by Gen321 Staff
A 90-minute live webinar for change agents looking to transform leadership from one individual’s responsibility into a mutual practice involving all parties Wednesday, October 6, 2:00–3:30 pm ET | Register for this live webinar
Description:To engage talent and create lasting results, organizations today need to shift from the heroic, “lone-ranger” model of leadership to an inclusive, “leaderful” practice that includes everyone. In this live session, Joe Raelin, author of the new Leaderful Fieldbook, will introduce the “four Cs” of leaderful culture: leadership that is concurrent, collective, collaborative, and compassionate. He will next turn to “leaderful development,” featuring the intervention of a change agent or coach who can encourage the creation of a culture of learning and participation at multiple levels of experience: individual, interpersonal, team, organization, and network. Finally, Joe will introduce a strategy from the Fieldbook to give participants an experience in developing leadership in everyone.
By the end of the session, you will:
Understand the four critical tenets (the “four Cs”) of leaderful practice and how they differ from the principal qualities of conventional leadership
View yourself as a prospective leaderful change agent at one or more of the five levels: individual, interpersonal, team, organizational, and network
Come away with strategies for introducing leaderful practice into your own organization
PricingThis 90-minute interactive session is $129.00 per site (a single phone line). You can use a speakerphone so that a group of people can participate. You will also have unlimited access to the recorded version following the event.
Date and Time:The live webinar is being held on Wednesday, October 6, from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. ET. When you register, you will receive detailed information about how to call in and participate.
Presenter:Joe Raelin is an international authority in work-based learning and collaborative leadership development. He holds the Asa S. Knowles Chair of Practice-Oriented Education at Northeastern University. His research and consulting have focused on executive education through the use of action learning. Among Joe’s books are The Clash of Cultures, Work-Based Learning, Creating Leaderful Organizations, and now to accompany the latter, The Leaderful Fieldbook: Strategies for Developing Leadership in Everyone (Nicholas-Brealey, 2010).