● to discover the participants’ own models of leadership/management and how they can match the demands of the context
● to question habitual ways of going about things, while discovering new potential contributions
● to understand dynamics that effect each participant’s role and that might help them make more effective and more efficient decisions
Processes of change involve a transitory period for individuals who exercise a leading role. They are required to readapt their usual roles and contributions to the new demands of the context.
These are crucial roles since they become symbols of new strategic directions, values and/or behaviours. This new understanding of their roles and ways of acting is a necessary condition in order for organisational change to be sustainable.
That is why it is recommendable for them to have a space in which to contrast the situations they experience and to increase their internal variety in order to navigate through this complexity.
Leadership in Action©, Political Capacities Programme, Advanced Programme, LIP Conference