Top-down, one-dimensional leadership models are hopelessly outmoded in today’s rapidly changing world, and they waste the leadership ability that is present throughout an organization. After all, if leaders are those who are responsible for their world — then everyone is a leader.
Karen and Henry Kimsey-House, co-founders of Co-Active Training Institute and authors of Co-Active Leadership, have developed a revolutionary five-dimensional approach to leading, based on their years of research and experience as coaches. This approach recognizes that leadership has to be fluid and flexible and that the roles leaders and followers play must shift to suit the situation. Co-Active Leadership invites all of us to share our expertise and allows collaborative solutions to emerge that would never have been possible otherwise.
You’re invited to watch the Kimsey-Houses as they share their vision of a co-active leadership model and explore what that means for you. Take this opportunity to participate in exercises that will help you define your strengths and identify areas for development, and discover how to harness the possibility of many, rather than relying on the power of one.
If you enjoyed this video, you may also enjoy our upcoming webinar with Ralph Brandt, organizational development consultant and managing partner at RDR Group, exploring whether diversity training really changes people. When we encounter others who are a different race or gender, it registers biochemically as a “stress response.” When our brain chemistry is negative, it not only creates tension but also inhibits performance. Can this be changed?
Join Ralph and Becky Robinson on September 25th to learn more about how diversity impacts performance, how diversity training (properly done) improves productivity/inclusion, and how RDR Group is working towards scientifically proving that diversity training can change people. Learn more and register here.