Leading Your Team in a VUCA World
October 25, 2021 - October 26, 2021
Schedule via Zoom:
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
FREE 30 minutes coaching per participant
Early Eagle Rate:
October 11, 2021
How does one lead a team in chronic VUCA?
VUCA stands for Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous and is short-hand for unpredictable change that impact many stakeholders and many, if not all, interconnected parts of a system. A leader may navigate a VUCA situation through VUCA Prime skills: Vision, Understanding, Clarity, and Agility.
Who should attend
Team Leaders, Supervisors and Managers of Teams
By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to use leadership tools to help their teams perform better in a VUCA situation
- Define and give examples of VUCA situations in their teams
- Know and Identify the transition curves that they and their teams are on
- Use VUCA Prime tools to
A. Develop a personal vision for the team
B. Enhance team psychological safety
C. Conduct a dialogue
D. Clarify priorities and leverage points for moving forward
E. Sustain team learning
Module 1: VUCA, the Pandemic, and your team
VUCA yesterday, today, and tomorrow
The three transition curves in VUCA
Adaptive vs Technical Leadership
Module 2: Where there is Volatility, Vision
Module 3: Where there is Uncertainty, Understanding
Module 4: Where there is Complexity, Clarity
Module 5: Where there is Ambiguity, Agility
Continuous learning cycle: design, implement, assess, improve
Futurespective: a tool for building agility into your team
Ms. Czarina B. Teves is an organization, leadership, and personal transformation consultant with 25 years’ experience in the private and public sectors. She is a resource person on organizational change, systems thinking, coaching and mentoring at the CCE and at the Civil Service Institute.
She is a Certified Action Learning Coach (CALC) and has coached action learning teams for Energy Development Corp, Accenture, Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Health, and Department of Education, the Zuellig Family Foundation.
She is also a Certified Master Facilitator for Team Psychological Safety (TPS) and has used this to develop team practices for executive, leadership, and work teams.
She has led project teams for USAID-Department of Health, for Department of Finance/Australian Aid – Department of Education, and the Development Academy of the Philippines, among others.