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Leadershift: five lessons for leaders in the 21st century

Leadershift: five lessons for leaders in the 21st century

The concept of effective leadership is changing. This programme explores these shifts and offers five concepts that will improve the performance of any leader and make people want to follow. Using bridge building as a metaphor, futurist Joel Barker teaches us that more than anything else, the 21st Century leader will build bridges. Bridges built of hope and ideas and opportunities. Bridges that help us move from where we are to where we need to be. This programme includes a PowerPoint CD-Rom for preparing OHPs. Key learning points:

> Focus the majority of your efforts on the future

> Understand the nature of fundamental change

> Appreciate complex systems and how they work

> Examine your leadership style to see how it affects productivity

> Create shared vision to build bridges to the future

Running time: 23 minutes

Target Audience: Leaders

Support Material: Guide, Workbook, and OHP

The music paradigm

Using the metaphor of a concert orchestra, the conductor Roger Nierenberg analyses the dynamics of perspective, responsiveness and motivation in order to help an audience of senior business managers and strategies. Business leaders are placed amongst members of the BBC Concert Orchestra playing Brahms’ First Symphony so that links between stimuli and responses of the orchestra relate to their business environment. A particular theme is the motif of the conductor as leader, transmitting messages to the team. Since this groundbreaking broadcast, the BBC has been inundated with phone calls from heads of business and industry wanting information on this revolutionary approach to they dynamic of leadership and communication within companies. This programme will help maximize your leadership potential and motivate your workforce. Key learning points:

> How to engage the workforce around the company’s vision

> How to reinforce "winning" behaviours

> How to merge and align two or more different cultures

> How to encourage innovation and creativity

> How to improve leadership skills

> How to think globally

> How to identify awareness, skills and discipline for high performance organisations

> How customer focus can energise an entire organisation

> How to inspire people to get beyond their parochial concerns

Running time: 60 minutes

Target Audience: Leaders

Support Material: Guide

Gary Watkins

Gary Watkins

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