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A New Kind Of Programme

Leading For Innovation is not a traditional Leadership Development Programme: it’s a real Laboratory, focused on actual practice, not on elegant theories.
It is based on a whole new interpretation of how we learn and how we build new capacities through experience.
It is the result of ten years of experimentation and research on how to develop the necessary psychological resources to lead, innovate, impact teams and organisations in a different way—moving beyond prior patterns and embracing new ways of being-knowing-doing. 

During this programme you won’t be a passive observer. You will work. You will lead. You will collaborate. You will process short lectures and apply their content to your current real-life challenges. You will reflect, explore, experiment, test, fail, struggle, learn.

A New Kind Of Leadership

Leading For Innovation has been conceived for leaders grappling with today’s complex, systemic, adaptive challenges.

It’s about the practice of a new kind of leadership: the leadership needed in these times of extreme uncertainty and new unthinkables.

It’s about the kind of leadership that is essential when innovation becomes essential.

The kind of leadership that is not based on the super-human capacity of an individual, on the accuracy or boldness of their vision, on the charisma demonstrated in the past. A different kind of leadership, that is about the creation of a social space that holds people while they are taking risks, experimenting and learning together. The kind of leadership that sees conflict as critical, and is focused on orchestrating it; that conceives diversity as an asset, and tries to leverage it; that considers collaboration as essential, and creates a structure for it. 

This programme is for those who are seeking new ways to transform their organisation.


Programme   Date:

 Leading For Innovation is composed of two parts: 
 – Part 1: a four-day immersive Leadership Laboratory: Tuesday 31 August – Friday 3 September 2021 
 – Part 2: a one-day follow-up session: Thursday 23 September 2021

The whole programme will require a commitment of 25 hours of synchronous work and 10 hours of asynchronous work.

 Programme   Fees:

 S$2,500 + 7% GST 

Fee is inclusive of learning support materials


 Executive Education Department
 Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
 National University of Singapore
 469C Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 259772

 Tel: (+65) 6516 6458