Our world has changed considerably in recent decades. And still many of us work in organizations that were designed during the industrial revolution. The hierarchical structures of yesterday prevent organizations to thrive in an environment of constant change and increasing complexity.
A new organizational model with a focus on the self-management, wholeness and evolving purpose has been developed and is rapidly growing in popularity: teal.
Erwin van Waeleghem is police commissioner in the city of Leuven, Belgium, and a steward of Teal for Teal International (a non-profit network for the reinvention of organizations). Through his own experience and other examples Erwin illustrates how distributed leadership can increase employee commitment, responsibility and wellness.
After the presentation, we will open up for a dynamic discussion on how we organize our companies and organizations. How can we find new ways to manage and control in terms of new ways to collaborate, find tools, methods, forms for creating trust and still have a focus on efficiency and productivity? We believe that today’s organizations are ready to take the step to the next level of organizational development, but still looking for how to do this in practice.
The seminar is aimed at managers, HR professionals, business developers, intrapreneurs, entrepreneurs and all people interested in the transformation of organizations and leadership. It will be held in English and is free of charge. Lighter food and drinks will be served during the evening.
Any questions? Please contact Anna Lundbergh, initiator of Teal for Teal Malmö 070-876 39 78.