The increasing importance for business agility has revealed that leadership is a team sport. Genuine agility requires the coordination and collaboration of many leaders throughout an organization. This point-of-view strengthens the importance of developing leadership at the level of the network.
Leadership sprints have a dual focus by design: the development of network awareness while also championing leadership development. As a result, they take place directly in the workplace where real leadership challenges are plentiful - not in a traditional offsite venue.
Leadership Sprints offer a novel approach to address the fundamental shifts in the demands placed on leaders today. By addressing actual business issues, this practical (not theoretical) approach to leadership development advances a network awareness to promote organizational agility.