Introduction to Systems Leadership: How to lead when you’re not in charge with Debbie Sorkin3 April, 10am – 12pm, Online, via Zoom

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image showing a model of systems leadership
Systems Leadership is designed to help you lead when you don’t have positional power, levers to pull, or a large budget to wield.

It can help you get your message across and influence when working in hierarchies or political environments, trying to bring traditional silos together, or working across professional or other boundaries.

It can help you tip the scales in your favor, find allies and get yourself room for maneuver. In turn, this will help you do real work on the things that matter to you, and make progress towards the changes you’re aiming for rather than anticipating an overnight transformation.

We’ll cover what Systems Leadership is and how it works; what you can do; what to watch out for; and approaches that we know work in these situations.

The aim is to help you make sense of what you’re experiencing; to give you practical tools and techniques you can use straight away; and to provide a space for you to apply the ideas to real-time issues you’re facing.

This workshop is open to anyone working or volunteering in Greater Manchester, who share the aim of changing lives through movement, physical activity, and sport.
Register here