Modern Leadership

Modern Leadership

The modern leadership role in local public services is now necessarily distributed and coping with dynamic, often complex, multidimensional circumstances. Uncommon levels of situational awareness and soft skills are premium qualities.

Introduction to Modern Leadership

As part of this project, we elaborate upon this very significant shift from ‘traditional/managerial’ single silo, command and control conceptions of leadership towards more ‘modern/digital age’ collaborative, adaptive and less directive styles.

Are you interested in finding out how to implement Modern Leadership within your organisation? Please visit the Socitm Leadership Academy website to find out more about the programmes and workshops that we offer.

‘Me’ to ‘we’ – from command–and –control to agree–to–collaborate

Thinking about leadership as a role as opposed to an inherent trait of special people has developed through the 20th into the 21st century. We now recognise very clearly the significance and power of the people- and behaviour-centric leadership approaches and how they are the most appropriate to today’s dynamic, often complex, multidimensional circumstances.

Are you interested in finding out how to implement Modern Leadership within your organisation? Please visit the Socitm Leadership Academy website to find out more about the programmes and workshops that we offer.

Leadership in a digital world – a perspective from the Socitm Leadership Academy

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Tools for leaders – designing the environment for leadership

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Modern Leadership – summary and Socitm recommendations

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Academy alumni survey and leadership case studies

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