Give control – create leaders
“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them”– Albert Einstein.
The vision of Intent-Based Leadership is a workplace where everyone contributes their full intellectual potential. In highly effective organizations there are leaders at every level. The IBL training-program helps leaders build organizations in which people are at their best. This happens when people are internally motivated and don’t need to be told what to do.
The IBL training-program we have developed will let you dive into the world of Intent-Based Leadership. You will get the insights and tools you need to make your organization more effective going forward. When intent is stated before the action takes place great things happen. It provides a higher level of transparency, communication and ownership.
One of the tools we will talk about is the Ladder of Leadership which is used both to set and measure the level of empowerment in your team. It is both a thermometer and a thermostat for the language of empowerment.
Creating an environment for people to contribute from different points of view, enabling them to look at problems and solutions from different perspectives, raises the awareness and helps us make better decisions.
You will learn more not only about the Ladder of Leadership, but also about the IBL principals and how we work the three C’s – Control, Competence and Clarity and much, much more.
Your trainers are highly skilled leaders and facilitators with many years of experience in guiding other leaders to further develop their leadership skills.
Along with others who share your challenges you will find yourself reflecting on your leadership and grow as a leader. During three days you will be discussing leadership and intent, how to create empowering work environments which release the passion, initiative and intellect of you and all the other participants who join us at beautiful Bjärsjölagård Castle or Sundbyholms Castle.
Bjärsjölagård castle and Sundbyholms castle
How to get to Bjärsjölagård castle
Bjärsjölagård castle lies 900 meters from road 13 (väg 13), in between Hörby and Sjöbo. It takes about half an hour to get there by car if you travel from Lund, Malmö or Köpenhamn.
275 95 Sjöbo
How to get to Syndbyholms castle
Sundbyholms castle lies north of Eskilstuna, approximately 70 minutes from Stockholm when driving on E20.
635 08 Eskilstuna
Courses – dates
Available dates for our Intent-Based Leadership courses are listed below.
26 – 28 October (Tuesday – Thursday, week 43) – Bjärsjölagårds Castle
23 – 25 November (Tuesday – Thursday, week 47) – Sundbyholms Castle
14 – 16 December (Tuesday – Thursday, week 50) – Sundbyholms Castle