Here you find guidance to pre-reading and preparation for Module 2. You can also access the Module 2 materials and resources, and further, optional resources. The learning outcomes state the expected key learning outcomes that, in addition to active participation in Module 2, will require support and opportunities to test and apply learning in the workplace.
The link to Module 2 Feedback is activated for two weeks from the end of the Module. We would highly appreciate your thoughts and suggestions on this pilot to help us continually improve the New Horizons programme, and to evaluate any impact it may have on you, your team and the organisation.
Ladder of Inference task:
1. Observe yourself in conversations - do you tend to repeat certain patterns, e.g. in similar situations/with the same people? Are these helpful/hindrance in achieving your intent? What works/needs to change? Where in the ladder does this happen?
2. Test advocacy/inquiry strategies as appropriate and reflect: Any difference in outcome/the way you feel about the conversation? Others' behaviour/thoughts/feelings? How will you know?
Read Kegan R. and Lahey L. (2001) The Real Reason People Won’t Change. https://hbr.org/2001/11/the-real-reason-people-wont-change
Achieving lasting change: Testing change template (Word doc). Adapted from Kegan R. and Lahey L. (2009) Immunity to Change. Harvard Business Press.
Reflecting on, understanding and developing yourself as a person and as a leader:
Finding different ways of thinking and doing:
Leading and working together for better outcomes:
Seeing what is possible for people who use services, carers and communities now and in the future:
Leading by example and supporting others to be the best they can be:
Enabling others to develop and use their own leadership capacity:
To achieve the learning outcomes requires, in addition to active participation in all Modules, support and opportunities to test and apply learning in the workplace.
More about David Kantor’s theory of Structural Dynamics and its core concept the Four Player Model, a theory of how face to face communication works in human systems. https://www.kantorinstitute.com/approach/
Video Review for the Lencioni P. (2012)The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable (3:17) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=509V7Z9OUQA
Leadership Links webinar The Practice of Transformative Innovation by Graham Leicester, Director of International Futures Forum, explores the theory and practice of Trasformative Innovation in health and social care: how to deliberately shift systems over time towards new patterns of viability, fit for a changing world and in tune with our aspirations for the future https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/8310/leadership-and-management-zone/leadership-links/webinar-library/the-practice-of-transformative-innovation-graham-leicester
Tali Sharot (2014) How to motivate yourself to change your behavior. (16:48) Tali Sharot reveals three ingredients to doing what's good for yourself, to make us change our actions. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xp0O2vi8DX4