The art of self-leadership

CHANGE

Winter network meeting 29 January in Gothenburg at Gothia Towers.

As working life becomes more complex and the rate of change increases, so do the demands for self-leadership. Self-leadership is a cornerstone for countering psychological disorders. But how do we create the conditions for this, for ourselves and for others?

Following initial refreshments, the workshop on self-leadership got underway, led by Mathilda Ekström, certified leadership and business developer.

“Mathilda has worked with change management at the individual and group levels for over eleven years, and is a qualified social psychologist focusing on organizations and leadership,” says Jeanette Johansson, CEO Secretary at Stena AB and the convener of Stena’s network meetings for all companies’ secretaries and coordinators.

After the workshop it was time for a creative team activity, followed by shrimp sandwiches at Heaven 23.

“The meeting, beginning in the afternoon and extending into the evening, was much appreciated, with highly engaged participants. With this form of meeting, we promote and facilitate our interaction across company boundaries,” says Jeanette Johansson.

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