Heroic Deed – Leaders Create Shared Meaning Between Organizations (T-18)

Co-design is the principle of bringing end-users into the design, development and testing of a product or service. It means involving those who you are trying to serve as decision makers and influencers. Just as servant leadership is critical to establishing the conditions for a coalition to create shared meaning, co-design is a technique that …

Servant Leadership for Shared Meaning – Leaders Create Shared Meaning Between Organizations CAHO

Servant leadership is the ideal leadership philosophy to apply to coalitions where there are diverse hierarchical matrices. It is more focused on developing processes and structures that foster collaboration rather than direction setting. Leaders lead from behind by allowing the group to determine the purpose (reflective of all), and establishes processes (common agenda, shared accountability, …

Servant Leadership – Leaders Create Shared Meaning Between Organizations (T-18)

Servant leadership was termed by Robert K. Greenleaf. In servant leadership, the leader does not drive organizational performance but supports the staff that do. A servant leader’s primary focus is the development and growth of others. A servant leader encourages and supports the voice of the team over their own, and provides the supportive structure …

Trek Objectives – Leaders Create Trust and Shared Meaning Between Organizations (T-18)

Trek Overview Domain: Develop CoalitionsCapability: Leaders purposefully build their networks This Trek focuses on how a leader can build trust and develop shared meaning between organizations. By the end of this Trek the learner will be able to: Define trust Understand what servant leadership is and why its needed to build shared-meaning Understand methods to …

Networking as a Skill – Leaders Have Effective Individual Networking Skills (T-17)

Leaders must be adept at creating interpersonal relationships. Inter-organizational coalitions are the analog of interpersonal relationships; often the inter-organizational relationship will rely on the foundation of the personal relationships that sustain it. Developing a network is key to a leader’s ability to enact broader change. Developing relationships, quickly and strategically, is critical to the development …

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