“Revolutionary solutions to the issues facing organizations rest in the understanding of the complex relationships within the system that created them.” – Charles Corprew
For many organizations, the beginning of their revolutions are messy and disorganized. Too often leaders think linearly at solving problems and setting goals, not seeing the diversity in variables at play. For example, educational leaders, when trying to mitigate disparities in achievement for certain groups, seek to change the teacher-student relationship. This thinking only fuels the continuation of the challenges they face as there are more forces at play. Our “Crafting Solutions: The Systems Thinking Approach” professional development works with organizational leaders in seeing the multitude of influences that facilitate problems as well as solutions, thus having a greater impact on their organizational success.
Additional content topics
- What’s Your Revolution?
- The Equitable Leader
- Started from the Bottom: Building Equity from the Ground Up
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