Generative Leadership to Thrive Cohort

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Generative leadership is a style of leadership that focuses on creating and growing people to have a new or changed experience. It is a process of innovation and transformation that can help organizations and individuals thrive.  This cohort-style learning experience is a powerful way to impart deep leadership and digital transformation capabilities that can create experiences of scale and intimacy for learners, enabling performance readiness and growth.

Generative leaders can see the potential in people and situations, and they can create a vision for the future that is both inspiring and achievable. They can also build resilient teams and cultures conducive to innovation and growth.

The Generative Leadership to Thrive (GLTT) cohort course is designed for leaders at all levels who want to develop the skills they need to thrive in today's complex and ever-changing world.

The GLTT course is interactive and engaging; participants can practice the skills they learn in real-world situations.

In this course, you will learn the principles of generative leadership, a style of leadership that focuses on creating and growing people to have a new or changed experience. You will also learn to apply these principles to your work and personal life.

By the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • Define generative leadership and explain its principles.
  • Apply the principles of generative leadership to your work and personal lives.
  • Lead more effectively and build stronger teams.
  • Create a more positive and productive work environment.
  • Make a positive impact on the world.

To thrive in today's world, generative leadership is a skill you should develop. It is a powerful leadership practice that can help you achieve your goals and positively impact the world.

If you are a leader who wants to take your skills to the next level, the GLTT course is for you.

We Look Forward to Learning with You!

Pricing Adjusted by United Nations IHDI

At KnolShare.org, we're committed to making our leadership development programs accessible and affordable for leaders worldwide. To achieve this, we've introduced a tiered pricing structure based on the United Nations Inequality-adjusted Human Development Index (IHDI).

Pricing Tiers by Country (Based on IHDI):

  • Group 1: 100% of list price
  • Group 2: 80% of list price
  • Group 3: 60% of list price
  • Group 4: 50% of list price

The Inequality-Adjusted Human Development Index (IHDI) is calculated by adjusting the Human Development Index (HDI) for inequality in each dimension. The Inequality-Adjusted Human Development Index (IHDI) considers inequality in three dimensions:

  1. Health - Measured by life expectancy at birth. This dimension acknowledges that longer, healthier lives indicate a better quality of life and greater human development.
  2. Education - This dimension has two indicators:
    • Mean years of schooling for adults aged 25 years and older.
    • Expected years of schooling for children entering school.
  3. Standard of living - Measured by Gross National Income (GNI) per capita. The GNI per capita reflects the average income of a country's citizens.

Anchored in Ubuntu Principles and Values

The Ubuntu philosophy is the cornerstone of building a people-positive culture.  Ubuntu is the African philosophy of interconnectedness and shared humanity, ‘I am because we are’ – Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The principle enlightens us to see everyone as fully human, connected by humanity, so we can treat others as having immense worth. By embracing the philosophy of Ubuntu and living it out in daily life, it’s possible for us to overcome division and be stronger together in a world where wise people build bridges and not walls.

Learn to become a generative leader – be confident, show empathy, and effectively lead diverse teams globally and in your community.

'I am because we are' -- Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Ubuntu Principles

Ubuntu Principles

Ubuntu Values

Ubuntu Values

For Leaders

There are many benefits to generative leadership. It can help organization leaders to:

  • Create a positive work environment.
  • Attract and retain top talent.
  • Improve efficiency and productivity.
  • Develop new products and services.
  • Enter new markets.

For Individual Contributor

Generative leadership can also help individuals to:

  • Develop their full potential.
  • Achieve their goals.
  • Make a positive impact on the world.
  • Live a more fulfilling life.

Generative Leadership Introduction with Ed Utley

What Leaders are Saying ...

Adrian Terry

Adrian Terry, VP of Transformation and Enterprise Portfolio

You may have an idea of how you hope to evolve as a leader in the future.  Have you considered the Generative Leadership lens for your future self?  Establish a new brand of leadership that inspires your organization to engage employees at a deeper level and reap the benefits of a fantastic culture! – Adrian Terry, Leadership Executive

Phil Zofrea

Phil Zofrea, Enterprise Agile Coach

Exercising Generative Leadership behaviors will catapult your leadership impact.  Leverage Generative Leadership techniques to develop trusting relationships, enrich the human experience, help build a better culture, and watch productivity grow exponentially! – Phil Zofrea, Enterprise Agile Coach

Who Should Attend

The course is designed to be interactive and engaging; participants can practice the skills they learn in real-world situations.

Specifically, the course would be a good fit for:

  • Leaders at all levels, from frontline supervisors to CEOs.
  • People new to leadership or wanting to increase their skills.
  • People who want to create a more positive and productive work environment.
  • People who want to build stronger teams and achieve their goals more effectively.
  • People who want to be more innovative and creative.
  • People who want to make a positive impact on the world.

Cohort Members Receive

Cohort attendees receive the following:

  • A certificate of completion and digital badge.
  • 44 (16 class + 28 self-exploration hrs.) PDUs and Scrum Alliance SDUs.

Generative Leadership Guiding Tenets

Generative Leadership to Thrive Guiding Tenets

The Cohort Connection Schedule

Each connection represents a two-hour virtual gathering to increase your capabilities as a generative leader.  The opportunity provides the skills to create an environment for happy contributing people, an experience for satisfied customers, and a thriving business.  Based on the cohort working agreement, the connection schedule could be a Two- or four-hour event.

Connection

Agenda Description

Topics

Connection 1
  • Get started & launch the cohort
Learn how the power of Ubuntu can build a generative culture.
  • Check-in
  • Share leadership experience.
  • Build learning agreements.
  • Leadership contextual case study.
  • Visioning Journey Map.
  • Ubuntu Living stance.
  • Debrief

Connection 2

  • Abundance Mindset
Generative leaders who practice the abundance mindset prioritize collaboration, growth, and creating opportunities for themselves and others.
  • Check-in
  • Review experiments
  • Generative Leadership tenets
  • Empathy mapping
  • Moving Motivators
  • Debrief

Connection 3

  • Focus on WE (Willing & Enabled)
Generative leaders who focus on "WE" (Willing and Enabled) prioritize the collective success of their team members and empower them to perform at their best.
  • Check-in
  • Review experiments
  • Respect for people and culture
  • Psychological safety
  • Team Alliance
  • Remove systemic Impediments
  • Debrief

 

Connection 4

  • We trust you to achieve our goals.
  • Win and lose as a team
When a generative leader expresses, "We trust you to achieve our goals," they convey confidence in their team's abilities and create an environment of empowerment and accountability.
  • Check-in
  • Review experiments
  • Waves of trust
  • Empirical pillars
  • Dunning-Krueger Effect
  • High-performing teams
  • Debrief

Connection 5

  • Partner and have conversations to learn more
When generative leaders show up to partner and engage in conversations to learn more, they prioritize collaboration, active listening, and continuous learning.
  • Check-in
  • Review experiments
  • Design Thinking strategic structure.
  • Generative leadership 4 C’s
  • Kotter’s 8-step change model
  • Debrief

 

Connection 6

  • Run the experiment and evaluate the hypothesis!
When generative leaders are open to running experiments and evaluating hypotheses, they foster a culture of innovation, continuous improvement, and data-driven decision-making.
  • Check-in
  • Review experiments
  • Lean-Agile startup strategy
  • Objectives & Key Results (OKRs)
  • Epic Hypothesis statement
  • Value Stream mapping
  • Debrief

 

Connection 7

  • What did we learn from failure to grow?
When generative leaders inquire about what was learned from failure to foster growth, they promote a culture of resilience, learning, and continuous improvement.
  • Check-in
  • Review experiments
  • ·What, So what, Now what
  • Use metrics for good.
  • SCARF with Scrum Values
  • Debrief

 

Connection 8

  • Fun & Joy
  • Close the Cohort
Encouraging fun and joy within teams is essential for fostering a positive work environment, boosting morale, and enhancing team dynamics.
  • Check-in
  • Review experiments
  • Celebration grid
  • Competing culture values
  • Future press release
  • Debrief & Close

 

Abundance Mindset Conversation With Adrian Terry

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