Integrative leadership

“Integrative leadership” in the organizational context

In the organizational world, people are facing challenges on a daily basis in finding a balance in the design of vertical and horizontal spaces. Stability, order and clear structures are vertical, change, flexibility and and innovation are horizontal.

An integrative understanding of leadership unites the requirements and qualities of the two spaces. It ensures stable, customer-oriented and optimized processes for employees and fosters an active and binding dialogue between all parties, beyond areas as well as hierarchical levels and organizational boundaries. Integrative leadership takes into account the history of the organization, inspires, and empowers to act forward-looking and proactive, rather than respond to change.
Thus, the organization becomes a living community, which manifests itself meaningful and value-adding on an economic and social level.

Aspects of integrative self-leadership

  • Taking leadership for oneself, reflecting on own behavior and taking in other perspectives.
  • Developing an appreciative attitude, attachment to oneself and sensitization to one’s own well-being and limits.
  • Gaining inner security to deal with the daily challenges and the purpose of the organization and staying connected with the community.
  • Achieving an authentic presence through a solid sense of self-esteem to see, promote and value the strengths and competencies of others.
  • Getting to know oneself and thereby releasing many hidden invisible unknown resources.
  • Knowing which values and beliefs are meaningful for further development in order to define own next steps.
  • Obtain self-knowledge which connects one’s own biography with the biography of others and of the organization.

Integrative leadership learning program

Tikla offers during 7 workshops of each two days, an integrative leadership learning path. In this program, the participants design their own learning process and pursue a personal development way. In doing so, they address specific questions and issues of their current life and work situation. Professional facilitators have the task of giving new impulses and support the individual processes. Over a year, you will be accompanied by trained professionals in Logosynthesis, Organizational Development, and other state of the art topics. In addition to seven two-day workshops, which specifically address your questions, you will be coached and advised on your personal project.