A leadership program initiated by the Tällberg Foundation and the Swedish Postcode Lottery.
Stepping up in an interdependent and unpredictable worldWhat am I doing?
New local visions for powerful change
Why am I doing it?
Why does it matter?
The aim of this programme will be to use the most powerful methods available to assist local leaders as they make their experiences explicit with others.
What questions open up new ways of looking at their own situation and the dilemmas of others? How do they rewire their learning and apply it to their own circumstances and home conditions.
We know from the Tällberg Foundation experience and from the learning of countless
development programs, that visions and their application take root when there is a connection to a deep local grounding while staying
connected to a broader global ambition.Powerful visions will always be “collective and “shared”. It is in their nature.
Visions live in the network of people who provide both the underlying cognitive basis and the emotional support to those articulating them. Bringing groups of people together with the right conditions and context will be the crucial success factor for the design and piloting of this project.
• Building on the Tällberg Foundation experience – with a wider context, blended learning, civic economy, and leading change
• Starting with local strategic stories, preparing leaders to ‘step-up’ to the next level of performance
• Working with narratives that live in the collective and are seen in the wider contextWhy:
• New generations of leaders are needed to meet global challenges and seek new solutions – old institutions are not sufficient, and change agents are under supported
• Provide new entry points for new dynamics
• Realignment is underway now, yet actors are working from established perspectivesHow:
• Incubate new models and apply them
• Build change from the context, with global support
• Demand driven – resources and intellectual input
• Complementary perspectives and new learning to support local strategic visions
• Identified as an active potential leader in discipline or field of work by peers and elders
• Strong powers of analysis and systems thinker
• An untapped capacity to be an actor in a larger context