Et af de store spørgsmål, når vi gennemgår forandringer, transformationer og skaber udvikling er: Skal alle med på rejsen? Og: Kan alle? Vil alle?
Attending Global Peter Drucker Forum always sparks a lot of ideas and thoughts. It’s food for the brain! This year was no exception. Even though there weren’t as many “fire speeches” as last year, the talks did give insight on the power of different ecosystems as well as challenges, risks, problems and how you as a leader should lead your ecosystems to achieve greatness – and why.
If you want to engage your peers, your managers or your colleagues in leadership activities, you need to establish a mutual engagement and willingness to do so. That starts with a good understanding of the challenge you are tackling – or the opportunity you want to exploit. And that starts with analyzing it, so that you can convey the message and start the change.
If organizations should succeed in staying relevant, it also implies that the Change Management team need to be up to date at all times.
Longer leadership development programs are rewarding for two not-so-obvious reasons: Reflection and psychological safety.
You must know how big or small the impact of your speedboat will be before you scale it. Are you changing ways of working?
Maybe you’ve heard it before; ‘we’re living in a VUCA world’. But what does VUCA actually mean, and why are we using it to describe the world we live in?
It’s hard work to create a safe space for your team. It is equally hard to maintain and nurture this safe space when first created.
In this article you can read about four things you can learn about change management from improv-theater in a constant changing world.
This is the second part of a two-piece blog post about modern people leadership, about the rhythm and daily mechanisms of modern people leadership