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As the world and organisational life has become more complex there has been a transition to more collaborative and collective leadership approaches. This is a pathway for the leader to get more done with less.
I detail a development pathway that can save the senior or middle manager a whole day by better delegation and less micro managing. It is explained by the old way and new way [could add words below here].
It can be summarised as a shared leadership path where the leader shares leadership with the team of direct reports. Following this three step path creates a team leadership process based on collaborative practice.
The old way and new way and the link to read more about the approach provides more words if needed – could duplicate there on this landing page.
The Old Way
Not a Collective Approach
The New Way
Expertise outranks rank
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ABC interview about 21st Century Collaborative Leadership
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This is what the work looks like …
All 6 projects were delivered on or before due dates & the outturn [construction] cost reduced by 7%. Napier and Blakely confirmed that some contractors had reduced their prices by more than 20% over the period, even though the building price index had increased dramatically.
Strategic aims were confirmed and people were placed into new roles with dignity and respect thus enabling and building engagement and motivation.
Steve’s assistance was invaluable at this important time in our company’s history.
Executive Companion, Board Member, Keynote Speaker & Facilitator
Stephen is an organisational developer and leadership companion. Stephen coaches a number of CEO’s and senior managers around “Delivering and Defining Strategic Aims and Your Development Needs Together Continuously.” Stephen has an uncanny ability to name issues constructively and focus people on the strategic intentions.
Having held a range of directorship roles including Connections (child, youth and family services), Benchmarking Success and Henderson Consultants, he is currently Chairman of the Board at Dyson Group of Companies.
Stephen was the first non-academic to win the International Journal of Logistics Management Best Paper Award. Stephen’s collaborative learning saw the development of a leading model to define world class supply chain management.
And finally the book From Me to We: Design and Build Collaborative Workplaces articulates his vision of organisational life that is good for profit, organisations, teams and individuals.