Becoming the Complete
How can you help your leaders respond to the high degree of uncertainty, complexity and change they face every day?
They need to work with new people and new partners in new ways, traversing traditional internal and organisational boundaries, and doing so in a way that is grounded in empathy and influence rather than command and control.
Through his keynote topic, Becoming the Complete Collaborative Leader, Phil provides guidance for your leaders in taking on their greatest challenges.
They’ll be equipped with a concrete and practical framework to work from, addressing the key principles, abilities and behaviours of collaborative leaders.
In this keynote, your people will learn:
- Why collaboration is a premium capability for leaders
- Defining collaborative leadership
- The shift in mindset required for managing complexity
- The major challenges to overcome as a leader / facilitator
- A 5 x 5 x 5 framework for assessment and improvement
- How to identifying their key actions areas
This is where positive and transformative change really happens!
I received a lot of positive feedback about the workshop and your facilitation. People seem to be really keen to start implementing their new knowledge.
Phil pitched his presentation just right for our audience, and in a very thought provoking and entertaining way.
Thank you for being our Keynote Speaker … We received excellent feedback from delegates regarding your keynote and the whole-of-room workshop session.
Thanks Phil for leading us through partnerships and collaborations that push the boundaries and unlock value for businesses and organisations. Excellent presentation!
Phil’s engaging style, thought leadership and practical case studies added huge value to each delegate and the overarching program. Great stuff!
Phil helped our delegates reframe their internal conversations and step up their game to have greater, practical impact on the big trust issues their organisations and industries are facing
Your presentation was creative, engaging and set the scene for the rest of the day.