How effective cooperation can succeed
under complex conditions.
Sprint with Katja Hennecke.
True collaboration is undoubtedly one of the most important success factors for today's organisations and teams.
As soon as several people get together to do something, they start to organise themselves. And they manage to coordinate themselves in some way quite quickly. With simple, manageable or well-plannable tasks, this is usually quite feasible.
The challenges we face today can no longer be met by simple coordination and cooperation. Tasks can rarely be fulfilled in a delimited way. We experience every day that everything is somehow interrelated and that one person alone can no longer keep track of the complexity.
So we have to approach things differently - the network and the interaction of the different elements need other ways of thinking and a new approach.
And this is where co-creative leadership comes into play.
- 29 days on the topic of co-creative leadership
- Four interactive workshops with Katja
- A short daily impulse via the Intao App
- Exchange of experiences and contact with Katja via the digital community
March 7, 2023｜10:00 am CET｜In English
Co-creative leadership tries to look at the intertwined whole, to connect the interests of the overarching whole with individual interests. We use the diversity and difference of the participants and try to get the best out of the interaction of the different perspectives in terms of the overarching purpose / goal.
With this attitude of co-creative leadership, it is possible to create genuine commitment among the participants, to strive for the best way, to trigger a desire for results, to mobilise self-organisation and to develop joy in being part of a future movement.
In an atmosphere of co-creative leadership, those involved are inspired to work towards an emotionally compelling goal. Co-creative teams are masters of relationship management and create a context of trust and continuity. They deal with conflicts and crises constructively and know that these are in fact often opportunities for innovation. They consistently implement agreed measures.
Co-creative leadership is the ability of a collective of actors to manage change for the benefit of a greater whole.
- After this sprint, you will find it easier to let go and no longer have to be in control of everything.
- You will be able to deal with uncertainty, diversity and differences more calmly.
- You learn concrete methods and tools to realise co-creative leadership with your team.
- You learn how to mobilise self-organisation and active participation and how to reach mutual agreements among the people involved.
- You test yourself in discourse and in recognising different perspectives.
- What is behind co-creative leadership?
- Why co-creative leadership at all?
- Self-reflection: Experiencing co-creation for yourself
- Tools and methods to implement co-creation in the team
- Workshop 1: Kick Off - getting to know "diversity in the room", basics of co-creative leadership.
- Workshop 2: Involving the relevant actors, bringing together different interests and perspectives, methods for activating participation and genuine discourse.
- Workshop 3: Acting with each other at eye level, dealing with conflicts and criticism, reaching binding, common decisions
- Workshop 4: Wrap up, sharing participants' experiences.
Katja has significant broad and deep international leadership experience with a particular strength in Organizational Development. She is convinced of the self-responsibility and genuine co-creation and is an enthusiastic sparring partner and reflection mirror for her clients. She is fascinated by the diversity and dynamics of the world and loves to explore and to learn.
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Start Sprint: March 7, 2023｜10:00 am CET｜in English
- 1. Workshop:
March 7, 2023 | 10:00-12:00 CET
- 2. Workshop:
March 14, 2023 | 10:00-12:00 CET
- 3. Workshop:
March 21, 2023 | 10:00-12:00 CET
- 4. Workshop:
March 28, 2023 | 10:00-12:00 CEST
The exercises from the workshops are also available online for revision.
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