The Generative Leadership Program™ (GLP) is designed to fill the gaps in the foundations of traditional management understanding. It leverages and strengthens the competencies and skills that you already have, and gives successful executives and managers a foundation for elevating their own and their team’s performance to new levels. It provides the foundation for increased performance through new paradigms, a focus on building skills through practice, and learning experientially through your actual work and life commitments.
This is an opportunity for leaders, executives, teams, and managers to create more effective organizations. GLP is designed to enable you to take your leadership impact and the performance of your organization to the next level. By participating in GLP you will emerge from the experience with a permanent new way to see action and opportunity in the world and with enhanced power to produce extraordinary results.
This program goes beyond traditional management learning and teaching to focus on:
- New Paradigms of Action, Coordination, and Learning – Produce a new way to see the world, action, and management with a new paradigm. Learn how action and coordination is shaped by conversation and commitment. Enter a more powerful framework of embodied learning through practice, going beyond just understanding.
- Practice, not just Theory – Focus on the competent execution of new action-based practices of management which strengthen your ability to see what to do and get it done in your organization. Relevance and Impact – you are guided to apply these practices in your work to improve your and your team’s effectiveness.
- Feedback and Coaching – Receive personal coaching twice a month on your challenges and issues in leadership and management on the job.
- Replacing Old Habits with New – Learn how to go beyond what has previously been difficult for you and to produce new, more effective management habits.
- Management from Strategy to Execution – Learn new interpretations and skills for leadership, team building, planning and projects, as well as for design and innovation – turning vision into effective action.
This new approach to learning and management practice is based on the advances of leading thinkers of this century. The approach has been developed and refined in dozens of companies and with hundreds of managers over the last eighteen years. Current participants include CEOs, COOs, managing directors, business founders, entrepreneurs, managers, and entire management teams.
3 Steps to Generative Leadership
If you are ready to take your leadership impact and the performance of your business or new venture to a new level we invite you to explore the possibilities and promises provided by the Generative Leadership Program (GLP).
What do you Get in GLP?
Excellence in Generative Leadership – Key Foundational Practices as part of GLP
- Initiating the Practice of Practice – 1 week
- Practice 1: Care Conversation – 2 Weeks
- Practice 2: Conversation for Action – 4 weeks – Coordinate Action and Results
- Practice 3: Reporting on a Promise (customer and performer) – 3 Weeks
- Practice 4: Making Assessments about Assessments – 1 Week
- Practice 5: Trust – 1 Week
- Practice 6: Breakdown Management – 3 Weeks
- Consolidation and Next Steps – 2 weeks
Generative Leadership Program (GLP) – Professional Leadership Development
Managing Commitments, Managing Results
- Managing Action Practice (MAP) – managing multiple major commitments
- Managing Capacity – avoiding and getting out of overwhelm
- Projects – Team Managing Action Practice (TMAP) – managing team promises
- Grounding Commitments in Time – manage the promises, not just the time
- The Path to Mastery – what are you mastering?
Leading Teams and Team Leadership – the key conversations
- Rhythms of Conversation – the key rhythms of work and teamwork
- Planning – commitment based planning
- Managing Energy – the right action takes the right energy; rest and renewal
- Embodied Learning – focus on practice, not just understanding
- Core Competencies of Management – the 5 key domains and standards
- Core Competencies Assessments – and development plans
- Leadership and Declaring Games – games as the structure of action and success
- Embodiment of Leadership –full-body presence beyond just understanding
Managing Value & Waste
- Master Scheduling – how to see the big picture
- Measures & Metrics – the design of what to pay attention to that guides decisions
- Lean – Value and Waste – the key aspects of process improvement and design
- The Value Stream – seeing how value is created in your processes
- Value Flow – what makes high coordination processes
- Pull and Perfection – principles of process design
- Allies – it takes more than your own team to do big things – you need alliances
- A Fresh Look – how are you learning? Look again at your world with new eyes
- Self-Assessment – are you managing?
- Reading the World – see the trends, innovations, threats and opportunities
- Living a Good Life – how to integrate work into a good life
- Generative Leadership – the 19 key principles and practices
- Innovation and Value Creation – demystify innovation and value creation
- Value Creation – what it is and how to do it
- Designing Winning Games – beyond just working harder
- Strategy – what it is, how to do it – the strategy conversation
- The Generative Foundations of Leadership – where leadership comes from
- The Responsibilities of a Leader – to lead is to have power – you must use it well
- Power of Not Knowing – not knowing is the start of action, not the barrier to it
- Organizational Change – requires the right conversation at the right time
- Leadership Presence – can be developed with practice
- Power and Politics – these are unavoidable, not bad;
- Reflections and Completion –– are you ready?
Your 3 Steps to Generative Leadership
Early Bird Price
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1 Year Total
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