Foundations for Leadership 2019 (February, 2019)
Deepen your capacity to lead effectively and learn how to create an adaptive, flexible learning organization. Explore what it takes to create an environment where leadership is a shared responsibility, naturally embedded in the fabric of an organization and community.This intensive, interactive, three-day program is based on the leadership development process described in The Fifth Discipline, by Peter Senge, identified as a seminal management book by Harvard Business Review. The essence of leadership concerns the capacity of a human community to shape its future. Foundations for Leadership delves into both the personal and inherently collective aspects of leadership. At the workshop, special attention is given to the domains of personal mastery, mental models, and systems thinking as they apply to leading and initiating meaningful change.
Program Logistics (Spring Session: February, 2019)
Event Start & End Times Day-1 starts with the registration at 8:00 AM. Day-1 sessions start at 8:30 AM and ends at 7:00 PM. Day-2 starts at 8:30 AM and ends around 6:00 PM (and the reception/dinner follows). Day-3 starts at 8:30 AM and ends at 5:00 PM. Please plan your travel accordingly. It is a condition of registration that you plan to attend the entire program.
Accommodations (Terms) Rooms have been blocked at the Warren Conference Center & Inn at $149 per night (plus taxes and fees.) Participants are responsible for booking their own hotel rooms. The cut-off date for the group rate is January 25, 2019. We cannot guarantee room availability or the group rate after this date.
To book a room, call +1-508 231-3000 and mention you are an attendee of the workshop by the Systems Leadership Institute. We recommend that you check in on February 25th due to the early start in the Day #1 morning.
At this workshop, you will connect with and benefit from the perspectives of colleagues from a wide range of organizations from around the world. The special contribution of this leadership course emerges as participants make the profound connections between personal mastery and systems thinking, seeing that deep change in systems and in oneself are inseparable from each other.
Peter is the author of the widely acclaimed The Fifth Discipline, considered by Harvard Business Review to be the seminal management book of the previous 75 years. Peter continues to push the boundaries of our understanding of organizational learning to elicit what new might be possible. Continue...
Robert Hanig is an internationally recognized leader in the field of Organizational Learning and Systems Change. He is a founding member of the Academy for Systems Change (academyforchange.org), a founding member of the Systems Leadership Institute (Society for Organizational Learning) a founding member of the Society for Organizational Learning (solonline.org), and the founder of RLH Consulting. Continue...
The FFL course helped to refine the vision for our educational programs. It was also helpful for the ongoing work we do at the school with influence spreading out from the executive to the classroom experiences of our students.
Dr. Richard Owens, Director , Centre for Innovation in Leadership and Learning
Foundations for Leadership was a life changing experience. I feel like so many different doors and perspectives have opened in front of me.