How can we invite teams to coordinate dialogically, learn affirmatively, act reflexively and respond imaginatively to the challenges ahead? This workshop on Systemic Strategic Leadership Practice offers a practical and generative framework that values and integrates dialogic and conventional ideas of strategic leadership.
Von (from) 9:30 bis (until) 16:30
The Institute of Group Analysis (IGA)
1 Daleham Gardens, London, NW3 5BY
£590 (Early bird £500 until end July 2019)
Dr Martin Miksits / Tel: +43-1-2020810-10, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Systemic Strategic Leadership Practice
Integrating and inclusive discourses
September 23-25, 2019, 9:30-16:30
The Institute of Group Analysis, 1 Daleham Gardens, London, NW3 5BY
How can we invite teams to coordinate dialogically, learn affirmatively, act reflexively and respond imaginatively to the challenges ahead?
A workshop for managers, leaders and consultants, interested to develop their thinking and practice in designing, facilitating and sustaining systemic strategic change.
Conventional approaches to strategic change tend to assume linear reasoning, emphasising the formulation of goals, the development of strategic plans and clear communication of the plan to the organisation. Strategic decision making and change are often associated with power, control and resistance. However the word ‘strategy’ relates to the words ‘act’ and ‘agent’. How might strategic change processes facilitate coordinated action, positioning organisational and team members for success through multiple engagements of organisational members and their interests, abilities and resources, maximising potential for creative collective agency?
With this interest in mind, Martin Miksits and Christine Oliver invite you to integrate clear, structured processes of strategic inquiry with dialogical sensibilities paying attention to narratives and patterns of relationship, communication and power amongst a diversity of organisational stake-holders.
Drawing on post modern communication theory, processes of dialogical inquiry, systemic practice, insights from the general strategic literature and case vignettes, they offer a framework for conceptualising, designing and sustaining strategic development, valuing insights from systemic and linear models of practice, enabling a focus on specific past and future achievements at the task and relational level.
Please find further information and application details here: www.systemicdevelopment.eu.