Exploring Our Leadership Mindset
Focused on mindful, conscious leadership
In times of uncertainty and sudden change leaders don’t always have the answers they’re looking for. So what is leadership for and what should leaders think and do in order to engage the impossible challenge to come? The answer may not be in knowing more – but in becoming more.
Michael Jones uses story and music to open the possibility of deeper learning in leadership. Kent Osborne translates core lessons from the inner game of sports into coaching tools aimed at the challenge of leading other leaders. Together they ask; what is the quality of presence and tone of your leadership? How can you translate your unique leadership gifts into practical, powerful conversations? Do you lead from your own song sheet or do you follow someone else’s music? How can you learn from the imaginative power of story and conversation? How do you accept your own vulnerability and not knowing? How can you learn to improvise and engage with on-going uncertainty and disruption? What would it mean to compose your own life and follow your path in creating your future?
In this program you will explore and expand your leadership mindset by learning how to ask yourself and others probing questions that challenge new thinking and broaden understanding. You will learn practical approaches for accessing a higher level of thinking and creativity in yourself and in the leaders you lead. This is ideal if you want to become a more inspiring leader who is interested in building a work environment that is more engaged, authentic, imaginative and self-aware.
This is not an open enrollment program. It has been designed for intact teams.
Conference fee – $699, plus HST per person
This fee includes: meeting space and audio-visual, continuous refreshment break, lunch in Connections, use of all in-house recreation and two program facilitators.
*Minimum of 12 participants
*Maximum of 24 participants
Michael Jones is a leadership educator, author and JUNO-nominated pianist and composer. He has been a Senior Associate with the MIT Dialogue Project and The James McGregor Burns Academy of Leadership.
Kent Osborne is a pioneer in the leadership coaching field. He began his career helping elite athletes perform to their potential, and spent two seasons as mental skills coach with the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League. He is also a faculty member of the Executive Education branch of the Stockholm School of Economics.
To learn more or to book this program for your team contact
Lisa Gilbert, General Manager