Accelerating Systemic Team
Authentic Leadership Effectiveness
In Turbulent Times
What do we need to do together as a team to meet the needs of the greater system,
now and in the future, that we could not do apart? – Peter Hawkins, 2017
What a good question for any team! Lencioni (2002) states that it is not finance, not strategy, not technology, but teamwork that remains the ultimate competitive advantage, both because it is so powerful and yet so rare. This therefore is the difference between a smart and a healthy organisation.
Team effectiveness is dependent on levels of foundational trust in the team, which in turn is dependent on the clarity of the team’s purpose, in line with expectations of their stakeholders. This allows teams to develop teamwork that remains the ultimate competitive advantage, both because it is so powerful and yet so rare.
The link between authentic individual and team effectiveness is that authentic leaders firstly develop trust within themselves, and then between themselves and others. Authentic leadership (AL) therefore is what is required to build the solid foundation of inter-relational trust, required in any effective leadership team and organisation. AL can be defined as being true to self, and true to one’s leadership purpose, with a strong moral underpinning, for the greater good of all that we serve.
In systemic AL team effectiveness, five systemic pillars need to be in place in order for your team to be sustainably agile and effective, not only now but also in the future; not only in calm waters but also in stormy weather.
In this Masterclass you will get an understanding of how sustainable AL Effectiveness can be developed in teams and organisations. This interactive webinar is a very effective way to gauge the need and appetite for team leadership development in any organisation.
Your Host – Dr. Tineke Wulffers
Dr Tineke Wulffers divides her time between her practitioner and academic work. She is the Director of the Moya Institute of Authentic Leadership Effectiveness (SA), and an Expert Consultant with Global Leadership Initiatives (GLI) (Canada). At times, her organisational leadership clients tell her that, especially in tumultuous times, the organisational world can squeeze the self out of the self. In response, her passion is to facilitate the development of individual and team authentic leadership effectiveness for the greater good of not only themselves, but also their organisations and stakeholders. Her work allows leaders to enhance their leadership authenticity, inter-relational trust, and individual and team leadership effectiveness, which is more important now than ever before.
Tineke facilitates individual and team authentic leadership effectiveness and executive coaching journeys mainly at senior and executive organisational levels. She also trains leaders how to use coaching in their interactions with others. She works with leaders in South Africa (SA) and Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and the United States and Canada.
As an academic, she is affiliated with various business schools where she lectures, supervises and examines at post-graduate level. She is affiliated with Henley Business School (UK), University of Stellenbosch Business School (SA) and Wits Business School (SA). She obtained her PhD in Personal and Professional Leadership at the University of Johannesburg (SA) in 2014, and in 2009, she completed her Masters (cum laude) in Professional Coaching through Middlesex University (UK). She has a number of publications, of which the most important is her book entitled Authentic Leadership Effectiveness for Individuals and Teams – A Coaching Approach, published by Knowledge Resources in 2017.