COLLABORATIVE LEADERSHIP requires us to lead in a way that we may not be used to.
Networks and coalitions are often made up of other leaders, all of whom have their interests, their approaches, and their opinions at stake. Leading in a collaboration requires thoughtful and intentional approaches to process, power, and outcomes.
Based on the Institute’s experience and research found in our article, The Less Visible Leader, the Institute can help you develop the practices needed as a leader in a collaborative setting. We can provide you with insights, tools, and approaches for engaging other leaders and entities in a way that helps you get the collaborative results needed.
Let the Institute work with you to assess, coach, train, and consult with you and/or other leaders in your alliance, partnership, network, or coalition. We’re here to provide you with the tools and confidence necessary to be more successful in leading your unique collaboration to success. Contact Peter Lane at peter (at) icl.org to learn more.
If you are finding that the challenges of leading in a collaborative setting deserve greater attention to build your leadership capacity, check out our intensive program Leading from Within.