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. 5C. Collaborative Leader

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The foundation for a collaborative leader is self-collaboration. Learn how it’s possible by understanding the structure and processes of collaboration.

Product Description

Working with cooperation, as a Collaborative Leader and the foundation of collaborative leadership is self-collaboration. The leader who cannot effectively collaborate cannot effectively lead. If you are to walk your talk, you need to demonstrate collaborative leader skills yourself, and this training we will show you the ‘how to’s’ for developing the critical success elements of leadership. The best collaborators are those who have lots of fun collaborating. The goal can be serious. The collaboration can be fun. Learn how it’s possible by understanding the structure and processes of collaboration.
The next big secret for both personal and business success in the 21st century is — collaboration.
Obviously, collaboration is a core element of teams, and especially of high performance teams.

Collaborative Leader, Cooperation and Partnerships

This new truth has been developing for many decades. Perhaps we could say that we have discovered the secret of the secret. If so, then successful competition is competition within the larger frame of collaboration— Collaborative Competition. We work together to succeed as a team in the game of life.
If that doesn’t immediately make sense, then consider the context wherein competition can work.

Play By Cooperation And The Collaborative Leader Rules

You can only have a healthy and successful competition between individual competitors or teams if everybody will play by the rules. That means only if they cooperate and collaborate with the rules of the games that they co-create and agree to. If not, then there will be a ruthlessness without a higher court of appeal. Hence, that’s why the competitor who cheats against the rules of the game is thrown out! If you don’t collaborate, you can’t effectively compete. Every sportsman and every sports-lady knows that. This is the new truth that now governs our world.

Human Capital, Collaborative Leader, Partnerships and Leadership Skills

Today one key factor that has brought about this change is the source of wealth. Once it was in stuff buildings, equipment, property, cash. No longer. Now the greatest wealth is human— it is in people, in the human capital of intelligence, creativity, and collaboration. Finally, the greatest capital lies within the minds-and-hearts of people— creators, leaders, trend experts, inventors, innovations, etc. Today one’s emotional wealth (EQ) and social wealth (SQ) equals and often exceeds intellectual wealth (IQ).

What is Collaboration?

How do we define and understand collaboration? The word itself is comprised of with (co-) and labor (work).

Collaboration is—
Intelligently working with other people for a mutual vision and benefit.
The experience of people working together to do or to create something that a single person could not do or create by oneself.
Learning from each other, sharing knowledge freely, helping each other complete jobs and meet deadlines, and sharing resources for a common good.
Embracing differences to create a required synergy to solve problems that could not be solved otherwise.
Working together as a team rather than as a group of disconnected individuals.
Pulling together to actualize a shared vision or solve a problem and innovate a new solution.

Collaborative Leadership

Co-leadership (leading with others) that brings out the best in everyone and that achieves outstanding results—results that could not have been achieved alone.
Sharing leadership responsibilities with two or more co-leaders.

Where Does This Training Take You?

The next big secret for both personal and business success in the 21st century is — collaboration. Obviously, collaboration is a core element of teams, and especially of high performance teams. This new truth has been developing for many decades. Perhaps we could say that we have discovered the secret of the secret. If so, then successful competition is competition within the larger frame of collaboration— Collaborative Competition. We work together to succeed as a team in the game of life.

If that doesn’t immediately make sense, then consider the context wherein competition can work. You can only have a healthy and successful competition between individual competitors or teams if everybody will play by the rules. That means only if they cooperate and collaborate with the rules of the games that they co-create and agree to. If not, then there will be a ruthlessness without a higher court of appeal. That’s why the competitor who cheats against the rules of the game is thrown out! If you don’t collaborate, you can’t effectively compete. Every sportsman and every sports-lady knows that. This is the new truth that now governs our world.

Today one key factor that has brought about this change is the source of wealth. Once it was in stuff— buildings, equipment, property, cash. No longer. Now the greatest wealth is human— it is in people, in the human capital of intelligence, creativity, and collaboration. Now the greatest capital lies within the minds-and-hearts of people— creators, leaders, trend experts, inventors, innovations, etc. Today one’s emotional wealth (EQ) and social wealth equals and often exceeds intellectual wealth (IQ).

Yet collaboration is not easy. It is not easy to pull people together, especially highly intelligent and creative people and create a collaborative partnership so that together we can do so much more than we can do alone or apart. It does not happen automatically or without leadership and structure. In fact, high quality collaboration requires a special kind of leadership—Collaborative Leadership. It requires men and women with a vision for collaboration, who understand its value and purpose, and who have the core competencies to pull it off. To that end — this Training has been put together.

Training Design:

  • To understand collaboration as a social process and as a creative process.
  • To appreciate the power of collaborative leadership and partnership.
  • To develop the frames of mind — beliefs, decisions, identities, etc.— for becoming a collaborative leader.
  • To eliminate the frames that undermine collaboration— scarcity frame, competition frame, etc.
  • To develop the skills of collaboration to be able to lead a collaborative endeavor.
  • To develop the leadership skills of collaboration.

 

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