An introduction to the practice of systems leadership - accredited course, 26 March 2015, London

26 March 2015

Our flagship system leadership workshop, 26 March 2015, Vauxhall, London

  • Joining up across complex systems?
  • Leading aross organisations?
  • On your fourth or fifth complex merger, demerger, or reoganisations in the last few years?
  • In your third or fourth year of 10-40% budget reductions?
  • Staff under ongoing threat of redundancy or redeployment?

What impact is this having on your organisational culture? What new approaches and thinking do you need?

Tough times continue in the public sector, making it essential that people cooperate to keep things together. As a leader, your role in strengthening the way people work together at all levels is more important than ever.

How do you keep a positive focus on purpose and co-operation?

Systems Leadership Atom

The workshop will be delivered by Benjamin Taylor (managing partner of RedQuadrant). It is a unique opportunity to learn from these leaders, to gain new insights and methods, and to put into practice effective leadership techniques to encourage people to keep it together to succeed.

The workshop will cover:

  • What makes a viable and effective organisation?
  • What makes a viable and effective team?
  • What role am I playing as a leader in shaping the organisation and team?
  • How to understand and analyse organisational culture
  • How to make changes in culture – and test the response

flagship course for leaders, this unique programme is accredited by LAST-PSTA and is the first in a series of developing qualifications. To celebrate the launch of Quadrant Orange, we’re offering a discounted rate of £295 + VAT, down from the standard price of £495.

Places are strictly limited to a maximum of twelve participants on this high-intensity course – book now! Email or click here to book direct on eventbrite

Upon completion of the course, you will receive a Practice of Systems Leadership certificate, with the chance to gain extra credit by putting what you’ve learned into practice and reporting back.