Last chance to book: Collaborative Leadership for Social Impact, 7 February 2013, Brussels, Belgium
Following the successful event of the same name held in London in October, we have again joined together with CCL to offer participants an insight into the organisational leadership journey.
A journey that :
Emphasises leadership practice - not theory
Uses contemporary cases from around the globe
Provides practical tools that can be used at all levels in any organisation
Features guest faculty who are delivering on-site leadership programs in Africa, Asia and the Americas.
Moreover, this workshop allows participants to experience proven, practical methods that meet the unique needs of the international humanitarian and development community at headquarters and (most importantly) field operations level. This workshop explores just how to do that in your organisation.
The event is priced at EUR45 for People In Aid members and EUR90 for non-members. Places are limited and so please ensure you book early.
The workshop aims to give participants an understanding of how the Collaborative Leadership model can:
Enhance and reinforce capacity building, through greater collaboration inside and outside your workplace
Motivate staff at all levels and across organisational boundaries
Provide organisations with new directions and insights to bolster their leadership abilities and practice effective, lasting Collaborative Leadership.
Who Should Attend?
This is not a workshop for only the human resource professional. Managers and specialists can also learn a great deal about how to get the very best out of their people and (most important) how to develop deep collaboration across organisational boundaries. This is the opportunity to discover the very latest thinking - and doing – about organisational leadership.
The Guest Faculty
The guest faculty for October’s workshop brings together two different Center for Creative Leadership professionals. Lyndon Rego has over a decade of experience delivering leadership programs around the globe. He brings insight and experience to this event, especially in his ability to explain the tools and techniques of Collaborative Leadership. Lyndon’s audiences have ranged from the most senior corporate leaders in the Americas, to rural communities in Africa and Asia – his talent lies in the ability to work at both ends of the spectrum.
Lyndon speaks about collaborative leadership following the event in London in October.
Aaron White joined the Center for Creative Leadership in 2011 building on a history of international development. Now the Deputy Regional Director, Africa, Aaron has worked in East Africa since 2005. Since joining CCL he has concentrated much of his time bringing leadership development to small communities. His experiences in Tanzania, Rwanda, Somalia and Ethiopia will form a key part of the case study section of the workshop.
Friday 25 January 2013
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