Resonant Leadership | Future Dates: TBD | Tuition fee: TBD
Over the last two decades, we have learned much about how to help adults change and develop in sustainable ways and what brings out the best in people in terms of human performance in the workplace and beyond. These empirical findings from converging disciplines such as organizational science, neuroscience, psychology, and social psychology are reshaping what we think about leadership and how best to develop leaders. Fortunately, these insights come at a time when the tolerance for and effectiveness of traditional approaches to leadership, even family leadership (e.g., compliance and transaction oriented styles), is rapidly waning. Traditional approaches to leading others are proving insufficient and ineffective over the long-term. In contrast, approaches that emphasize relational approaches to leading are replacing transactional and compliant oriented models of leadership. This leadership deep-dive explores the importance and impact of resonant leadership and prepares leaders with ability to understand, assess and begin to develop their own resonant leadership.