The Enemy Within
Building future fit organisations from the inside out
What is holding you and your organisation back from truly achieving your goals? Is it just the turbulent world, the aggressive competition, the changing market conditions and new, complex expectations of customers and stakeholders? Or could it be that there is something inside that’s holding you back? Could it be that your organisational DNA itself needs to change? Do you have an enemy within?
The TIDES of Change
Five disruptive forces shaping the world right now
We live in turbulent times – that much is obvious. But it’s a lot more than just an economic downturn that causing it. We are living at a moment in history when all the forces of change are combining to produce an era-changing period. The political, corporate, social and personal rules for success and failure are all being rewritten. To survive and thrive in these uncertain times, it is essential that your whole team has an understanding of the forces that are reshaping your industry’s landscape. Based on detailed research into macro-economic, political and social trends, this programme will help you do just that – by focusing on five key disruptive forces that are going to change the way we live and work in the next decade. The five forces are: Technology, Institutional change, Demographics, the Environment and shifting Societal values. These are the T.I.D.E.S. of change. A guaranteed paradigm shaker, this powerful presentation or workshop overviews each of the trends, providing gripping examples, insightful case studies and powerful implications tailored for your business.
Leading in a Changing World
How to be a world class leader in the new world of work
To be successful in the turbulent decade that lies ahead, leaders – and all the people they lead – need to learn to deal with complexity, uncertainty and constant change. To do this effectively we must understand the context in which we find ourselves, be confident in identifying, anticipating and responding to the change drivers that will disrupt our world in the next few years, and learn new habits to help us personally navigate the turbulence. This multimedia-driven, often humorous presentation begins by painting a vivid picture of the changing world that will affect every aspect of our lives, from work to home and everything in between. We will focus on three key drivers of change, namely: a changing world, a changing workforce and a changing workplace. From this platform three essential leadership habits for leading in the new world at home or in the office become clear: adaptive intelligence, a balcony perspective and conversations. This is not your standard “leadership” workshop. Rather, it is an eye opening session that will set you on a new path for personal and organisational success. Unexpected wisdom meets practical reality to inspire your next developmental steps.
The Strategic Leadership Challenge of the 21st Century
This is the latest TomorrowToday presentation to have been developed and brings together the very best of TomorrowToday’s thinking, strategic insights and vast international experience. For the contemporary leader, leading diversity (difference) is simply not optional. This presentation identifies a helpful framework for understanding exactly what diversity is (and isn’t) and then identifies and explores five practical insights that leaders ‘need to see’ if they are to successfully lead diversity. Leading Difference: The Strategic Leadership Challenge of the 21st Century is suitable for all levels of leadership within your organization and can be done as either a keynote address or as a workshop.
How can I be a great leader?
The presentation Invitational Leadership poses the question: “How can I be a great Leader? Invitational Leadership is a model drawn from Invitational Theory, originally located within an educational setting. It offers a vibrant and practical framework in which to understand, practice and develop leadership at both a personal and corporate level. TomorrowToday has presented and taught Invitational Leadership at various local and international business schools including the Asia Pacific Leadership Program (Hawaii), Tsukuba University MBA program (Tokyo) and GIBS (as part of Strategic Leadership modules). Invitational Leadership synchronises well with Ron Heifitz’s (Harvard) Adaptive Leadership model and represents a practical framework from which to explore the practice and exercise of leadership that makes a difference.
The New Business SCRIPTS
How to live during revolutionary times
SCRIPTS is a framework designed to help leaders rethink their own scripts, business models and strategies so that they can future proof their organisations and build businesses that are fit for people and fit for the future The new Business SCRIPTS uncovers the new rules for business success in a fast paced, complex world. In this presentation and/or workshop, the audience will be encouraged to think “outside of the box” and re-imagine fundamental management practices. SCRIPTS is a framework created to assist leaders with identifying what actions they need to take to be successful in the future world of work.
Crisis Leadership and Resilience
In a volatile world of exponential change, global leaders are experiencing more uncertainty, complexity and intensive pressure than ever before. Enhancing resilience – the ability to absorb a severe shock and recover quickly – is an increasingly vital part of agile leadership, both in the short-term and long-term. This programme explains what resilience is and why it is important for leaders, especially in a crisis. It outlines key characteristics of resilience and how these can be developed, then presents compelling case studies of crisis leadership and decision-making with transferable lessons for business leaders. The session concludes with individual application via the leadership tool of reflection, involving intentional learning from personal experience, and the importance of hope in leadership.
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Back to the future
Engaging in the what and how of ‘Strategic Planning’ has been part of every business school curriculum for the past several decades. Within this context we have all been taught Porter’s model of formulating strategy and it has been a served as a reliable framework as to how strategy ‘gets done’. As a result sophisticated methodologies around data capturing, analyzing that data, execution and implementation have all been centre stage to our understanding of ‘strategic planning’. The process has consumed vast amounts of time, energy and budget. Will this understanding of strategic intent and practice need to change as we navigate the uncertain future? We believe it will – and must. Rethinking Strategy: Back to the Future navigates this change.
Learning about Leadership
Natural horsemanship – or what is commonly referred to as ‘horse whispering’ invites profound learning around how to lead others. It is experiential learning at its best and there is almost no limit to the take home benefits on offer through this engaging morning. Situated in the tranquil Dargle area of the KZN Midlands, this experience can form part of your breakaway or simply be something different that you decide to do with your team. Combining the well-qualified insights of Charlene Bronner and the leadership experience within TomorrowToday, the morning paints the future context for leadership and then presents practical lessons and feedback on one’s own leadership style and engagement. It is a morning that offers ‘serious fun’ when it comes to learning more about oneself and leadership.
Roots & Routes
How to be a world class leader in the new world of work
You lead out of who you are. Authentic leadership is always about character rather than personality whilst the context for leadership has shifted in the connected and globalized world in which leaders lead. To exercise leadership you need to build a systematic framework that will yield a bigger picture and give you access to a larger field of understanding and action. This starts with personal mastery. It starts with knowing yourself and building on one’s strengths. This dynamic workshop offers profound insights into why we act, relate and lead the way we do. It can be applied to a wide context within your business including leadership development, personal mastery, sales, customer relations, teamwork and really any part of your life and business that has to do with people!