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Beyond the Rockstar Paradigm: Practical Tools for Visionary, Collaborative Leadership
Although western culture has canonized the hero archetype of the individual leader, many who study leadership recognize that successful organizations, networks, and movements are characterized by a distributive, collective, complementary form of leadership.
How do we practice a leadership that moves us beyond the Rockstar Paradigm?
- Nurture Our Personal Ecology – because high impact leadership does not have to lead inevitably to burn out.
- Invite “the Other” to the Table – because we must set aside the need for comfort/familiarity at all times, and invite those who bring dramatically different perspectives and experiences to our leadership advisory table.
- Practice Partnership for the Long Haul – because the notion of individual hero can also bring about unnecessary over reliance on self, when there may be many mutually beneficial ways to get support and be in community with others (even those we imagine are our “competitors” in the marketplace.
Join this highly interactive webinar with Pia Infante of Rockwood Leadership Institute to hear about and explore practical tools for everyday leadership.
- Pia Infante, Director of Organizational Partnerships, Rockwood Leadership Institute
Pia Infante is the Director of Organizational Partnerships at Rockwood Leadership Institute, which provides transformative leadership practices and resources to the non-profit and philanthropic sectors. In this role, Pia sits on the senior leadership team, oversees high level partnership development, and leads initiatives that explore organizational transformation. Pia is also a board member and trustee of The Whitman Institute, an independent foundation that invests in the power of relationships, constructive dialogue and the connections they generate to bring creative solutions to the world’s most intractable problems. Pia received her MA in Education from The New School for Social Research, and her BA in Rhetoric/Philosophy from The University of California at Berkeley. She lives in Oakland with her partner Nzinga.