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      Exploring a Systems View of Leadership - Saturday Afternoon

      Day 2 - Afternoon

      Please note: The presentation, Mistakes Made and Lessons Learned – Another Approach to Systems Thinking, by Kathleen K. Wiseman, MBA, as well as the discussion following Ms. Wiseman's talk is not available due to confidentiality reasons. Please contact Ms. Wiseman at kwiseman@thebowencenter.org to inquire about her presentation.

      Afternoon Program: Using Bowen Theory as a Framework for Thriving and Adapting to Emerging Challenges

      Caskie Research Award Presentation

      Conversation with Daniel Papero, Stephen Colarelli, Erik Thompson, Carrie Collier, Emlyn Ott, Amie Post, Kathleen Wiseman and Stanley Proffitt

      Mistakes Made and Lessons Learned – Another Approach to Systems Thinking - Kathleen K. Wiseman, MBA 

      We all make mistakes; it is an inevitable part of being human and a critical part of developing critical thinking and increasing effectiveness. This presentation uses examples of mistakes made when consulting to business firms as a way to strengthen one consultant’s resolve to think systems with greater rigor.

      Conversation with Daniel Papero, Stephen Colarelli, Erik Thompson, Carrie Collier, Emlyn Ott, Amie Post, Kathleen Wiseman and Stanley Proffitt

      Hierarchy, Coalitions, and Social Influence in Family Business - Anne S. McKnight, MSW, EdD

      This presentation explores leadership in two groups. In the first, the long-time leader of an organization is challenged by a younger colleague but maintains his role by marshalling the support of his staff. The upstart recruits another colleague to form a coalition to overthrow the leader. The role of the relationship system as central to leadership is highlighted. In the second group, the tension between a leader and a challenger is reduced by the efforts of an individual to stay out of a coalition and to relate to both individuals. Understanding the power of triangles in an organization is explored, as well as the effectiveness of neutrality in relating to leadership conflicts.

      Moderated Large Group - Conference Debrief

      Closing Conversation - Conference Planning Committee with Anne McKnight

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