WEBINAR: Leadership in Complexity

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Never has there been so much complexity in our world. Running organisations is proving increasingly difficult due to the complexity they are operating under. Issues appear to have a life of their own, beyond organisations' control. The increasing complexity around us is making it more and more difficult for organisations to organise themselves sustainably.

Or is it? Isn't it just that maybe the methods we are using were never designed to run organisations in complexity. Leadership in complexity requires a completely different set of tools from conventional leadership. Complexity demands a completely different mindset. Rather than reproaching complexity, would it not be better to change our methods and our mindset, to ones better adjusted to complextity.

What are these tools and methods? Adaptive spaces, emergence and connectivity spring to mind. Hardly the stuff of business schools, however, nor of conventional leadership development. Yet if we explore some of the recent complexity research we gain new insights on leadership. In particular the notion that we should focus less on leaders and more on leadership space and adaptive space.

Maybe you also have insights or experiences related to complexity you would like to share. Or you have some practical suggestions. Would you be willing to share? Our interactive teleconference 'webinar' is 1 1/2-hour online space where we can explore leadership in complexity together, share our stories and practices that seem to work.

If you're willing to share and learn, please join us. This is an open invitation to participate by video conference (Zoom) in exploring these questions. There is no pre-conceived outcome, whatever emerges will be entirely up to the people who show up.

The event is free, but places are limited, so please each register to get your video conference link - we look forward to meeting you online.

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