Leadership development of the future: stakeholders & aesthetic learning


Due to the increasing complex problems we are facing as individuals, organizations, institutions, society, the  ‘genius with a thousand helpers leadership model’ is more and more replaced by ‘shared leadership’. This has implications for leadership development.  

Let me start by being ‘the master of the obvious’ by stating that the old idea of having 1 professor or trainer explaining how the world works for several days will be replaced by several professors, trainers, coaches who together with the participants  think, act, reflect on how the leadership of their organization can be increased. The participants are no longer coming from 1 organization, but  represent the eco-system from the organizing organization:  large customers, suppliers, consultants and other stakeholders are also invited. Trying to get the whole system in the room is present in every aspect of the course. If, for example, a 360° feedback instrument is used, not only business connections…

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