As per my blog post yesterday I have spent the last ten years looking at the leadership culture in agriculture and personally trying new ways of doing things.
The best overview with case studies of how we can all develop businesses that have the capacity to thrive in these complex and challenging times has been done by Corporate Rebels.
It outlines the eight trends identified by Corporate Rebels (Click the links for Case studies)
|1.||Profit||Purpose & values|
|2.||Hierarchical pyramid||Network of teams|
|3.||Directive leadership||Supportive leadership|
|4.||Plan & predict||Experiment & adapt|
|5.||Rules & control||Freedom & trust|
|6.||Centralized authority||Distributed decision making|
|8.||Job descriptions||Talents & mastery|
In this post I share with you my learning journey and where you can do a deep dive into the eight trends in Australia
The concept was first outlined to me at the week-long Melbourne Business School course Leading Transformational Change with Matt Williams and Jayne Jennings.
The leadership guru Matt and Jayne defer to is Dr Maja Stanojevic- Andre who Zoe Routh interviews here . I am mega grateful for the wisdom Maja shares with me when I find myself between a rock and a hard place.
Zoe Routh provides one on one and group coaching supporting leaders to follow the eight trends to successful businesses in 21st century and having taken that journey I highly recommend it.
At a very high level ( I am not there yet) Christine McDougall is doing some interesting stuff. People in agriculture who have done a deep dive into Christine’s philosophies include Rebel Black and Peter and Nikki Thompson ( Hear Sarah Nolet interview Peter here )
My journey to learn more has seen me join Dave Stachowiak’s Coaching for Leaders Academy
The Coaching for Leaders Academy brings people from across the world together. I asked Dave for a sector/industry breakup which he kindly shared with me
Of the 85 current participants 25% are from the technology sector, followed by the healthcare sector ( good to see) and I am the only person EVER from the agriculture sector.
I am a huge fan of Dave’s work and following the academy I am going to take the course that got Dave to where he is today and also do a deep dive with Maja
Watch this space – I am loving it
What does success look like in my lifetime – an agricultural community that can advocate for itself
Here Dave interviewed by Dione Howard here in our Leadership is Language series