Dr Leandro Herrero is a stimulating presenter who has been awarded 'best speaker' status in several recent public conferences in Europe, USA and Far East.
He also dedicates a limited number of days to in-company presentations and short workshops. These can range from Board level and senior management teams to whole company conventions. Each engagement is tailored to the clients' specific needs, but to provide a little guidance we have listed the most popular topics below.
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||'The Leader with Seven Faces'- The steps needed to reflect on leadership and to find ways to practice it|
This is the acclaimed leadership development programmeme that Leandro Herrero has run for many years with top management teams of blue chip companies, now the subject of his book The Leader with Seven Faces.
On Leadership Development (Video blog)
On Vision (Video blog)
||The innovation mindset - innovation as a behaviour|
On how to create an environment where new ideas thrive. How to ensure innovation is a "routine" behaviour. This is not about producing the next big breakthrough but about creating conditions where innovation becomes the norm. Read the article: The innovation mindset.
On innovation (Video blog)
Competitiveness is a behaviour, not a process or a mindset
In the pursuit of an environment where competitiveness is part of the behavioural DNA we reach a place where everyone is aware and behaves in ways that create the vital competitive edge.
Competing on collaboration
Creating collaborative environments is the key to competitiveness. Collaboration and cooperation, not competition per se, bring the best competitive advantage. Also, how to embrace the challenge of the creation of collaborative spaces where tools for collaboration allow real-time conversations and solving problem within the organisation.
Teamocracy and its discontents
Companies have created environments where teams are the only recognised structure of collaboration. This is a bad idea, particularly if you have innovation in mind&.
||Forget culture, change behaviours|
Behaviours shape culture. There is no such a thing as a 'container' called culture. Rather, the way we behave and promote behaviours around us is the main driver for the creation of what is commonly known as 'culture'. Read the article: Forget culture, change behaviours.
On management of change (Video blog)