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Creativity and innovation have come to be seen as key influences on organisational performance, particularly when trying to succeed in competitive or complex environments.
The fundamental building blocks for doing so are the ability of a leader to think in new ways for themselves and to act as a catalyst for the creativity and innovation of others.
This module will assist you to find smarter and simpler solutions for organisational success.
In this module you will discover:
Please contact us if you use a dial up internet connection.Author: Lawrence Green
A common definition of leadership looks something the following:
Leadership is the process of influencing others to understand and agree about what needs to be done and how it can be done effectively, and the process of facilitating individual and collective efforts to accomplish the shared objectives.1
The definition that most drives my own work is:
Being the best person that you can be in the service of the goals and aspirations of your organisation or community.2
The focus of this webinar is on one aspect of being the best leader that you can be –leadership for improvement. The purpose of this workbook is to help you reflect on your leadership as the basis for better understanding the keys for bringing greater creativity and innovation to the challenges that you and your team face.
To make the most of this guide, take some time to complete the sections and then reflect on the material prior to the Leadership and Improvement webinar.
I hope you enjoy the preparation material and look forward to talking to you on the webinar.
1 Gary Yukl, Leadership in Organisations, Prentice Hall 2012.
2 Lawrence Green, Wellington 2016.
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