Leading without Force
This course outlines how leaders need to have deep and nuanced understanding of Individual’s behavior in an organizational setting. The key to successful leadership in Today’s world is not by authority but by influence. The focus will be to create an effective leadership and to understand the difference in management and leadership. It will smoothen your transition to a leadership role and will help you develop the skills and approaches that are vital for your teams success.
Understanding the leadership concept through two perspectives: “Leader as Influencer” and the “Leader as Organizational Architect”. It will help you understand how leaders affect follower’s behavior directly as influencers and indirectly-as crafters of organizational structures.
Major topics that will be covered:
- Leading without power-will help participants to develop important insights about influence, motivation & accountability.
- Leading through growth-how an organization can grow, while sustaining entrepreneurial drive and motivation of employees.
- Leading through change-participants will explore the tensions between investing time and resources into operational improvements and investing in repairing a broken “culture”.
- Leading for innovation-it will help participants to explore the organizational and psychological forces that inhibit innovation and progress in organizational settings.
Through the use of videos, feedback, negotiation simulations and other exercises.
A qui s'adresse la formation?
Any professionals who are looking to enhance their leadership and management skills whether you are a business unit head, executive, project managers or someone who has just moved to a new leadership role are welcomed to attend the program.
Participants will earn a certificate from Luxembourg School of Business.
Paul Isaac Green - Harvard Business School
In 2006, after five years as an entrepreneur, Paul joined The Morning Star Company, a California based integrated food processing company, where he co-founded the Morning Star Self Management Institute. Paul was responsible for advancing Morning Star through their unique and innovative organisational system. It has been called "the world's most creatively managed company" and was named one of Inc. Magazine's most audacious companies because of their organisational system.