Following 15 interviews with Leaders from all over the world, we gathered some of them during a “Co-Design Workshop” to define the identity of the Program and the 5 development priorities to be addressed. These 5 priorities now correspond to the 5 “Topics” of the “Connected Leaders” Program.
The program targets a population of 250 leaders from various backgrounds (business sectors and geography), divided into communities of 10. It organizes about 50 “touchpoints” arranged over 12 months, inviting leaders to switch between experimentation, experience sharing and taking a step back on their learning.
I have already improved my team by using the techniques that I am learning here. My pulse results were 30% improvement.
A Connected Leaders participant
There are multiple Touchpoint formats to maintain attention and facilitate the anchoring of learning: videos, articles, autonomous Learning Expeditions, Business Cases, workshops within the community, workshops with each team’s participant, reflection questionnaire…
Short intervals between peer experimentation and transmission to teams. The rapid and systematic alternation between experimentation in the field and experience sharing among peers supports almost immediate effects on operational performance and the acceleration of the transformation.