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Leadership through disruptive insight and Systems Thinking - Quo-Change

Leadership through disruptive insight and Systems Thinking


On March 7th, Quo-Change are hosting a breakfast seminar in London on the topic of ‘Leadership through disruptive insight.’ The organisation are excited to be welcoming a panel of senior figures from leading UK retailers, telecoms and public sector organisations. They will be joined by one of Quo-Change’s own managing partners, Karl Bollard. These prestigious leaders will be discussing their own experiences of leading through disruptive insight, and the breakthroughs they have achieved. Some have successfully applied Systems Thinking methodologies within their organisations, to enable dramatic transformations.

The seminar will be facilitated by David Young, an industry expert in leadership psychology. Working alongside David, Quo-Change have developed a unique approach to building a ‘leadership edge’ that can lead to breakthroughs at an organisation, team and individual level. Quo-Change uses a Systems Thinking methodology, working with leaders to help organisations drive sustainable change. Systems thinking is a technique that tailors change within an organisation to the needs of customers. The method encourages leaders to focus on what really matters to their service users. This results in improvements in efficiency and productivity, and a reduction of costs.

Read more about the Quo-Change approach.

In the discussion in March, the panel will be looking at what leading through disruptive insight looks and feels like in practice with speakers who know first hand. How do we develop fresh insights? What’s the best way to inspire the people around us? How can we gather the tools to deliver breakthroughs that change our worlds?
Disruption is everywhere and engaging with it is key for leaders today. The panellists will explain how to exploit the dynamics of disruption and turn them into breakthroughs for us to use as leaders.
We look forward to sharing insights and themes from the discussion in a future post.


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