Leadership By Design

Leadership development that is tailored to tomorrow’s leadership challenges.

Now HR and L&D professionals have instant access to leadership development that is freshly tailored to tomorrow’s leadership challenges.

Use the Leadership By Design library of 30 modules to create your own development track in no time. Mix and match modules together according to the needs of your selected audiences and tailor them to your specific requirements.

Learning transfer can be further strengthened through our powerful online platform that encourages individual reflection, experience sharing and project team collaboration.

The Leadership By Design Library is divided into three sections:

1. Leading Self

Leaders need to slow down and reflect on how their individual purpose links to their job, their team and the organisation, before being able to transform this reflection into making themselves and their teams the best they can be.

Through greater self-awareness, leaders can learn to be coherent between what they think and do. They can develop their auto-reflexivity, which is the ability to be conscious of their behaviours, to reflect on their impact, and to adjust as needed.

2. Leading Others

Due to the pace of change, leaders often struggle to make time for deeper dialogue, emotional connections and quality interactions. 

But in order to achieve high performance and get things done, they need to be skilled at building and maintaining relationships, balancing control versus autonomy, and in working across differences.

3. Leading the Organisation

Organisations can be complex mazes with many turns, dead ends, quick routes and choices. 

Leaders need to be able to see opportunities where there were none before, to influence from a position of trust instead of power, to resolve dilemmas through a dynamic and non-linear process that emphasises “both/and” rather than “either/or”, and to manage ambiguity by considering the organisation from a holistic point of view, where everyone is interconnected and interdependent. 

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