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LDF Workshops

Many hundreds of development practitioners from all over the world have trained in, and continue to use, the Leadership Development Profile, which is based on the Leadership Development Framework (LDF) – Harthill's unique approach to the development of leaders and their organisations. To get authorised to use the profile, see the LDF Authorisation Training Intensive page for training dates coming up soon.

 

Our LDF Workshops support practitioners who are already authorised, deepening your knowledge and enhancing your practice using the LDP instrument and the LDF approach. 

IMPORTANT

These workshops are for Authorised Users of the LDF.

To become an Authorised LDF User click here

Welcome to Harthill's 2020 full programme of online, one-day, residential, entry-level and advanced workshops and events!  We are further extending our online training to support LDF Practitioners who are based worldwide. The Covid-19 pandemic makes our extensive online experience more relevant and pragmatic than ever. Harthill’s work is offered in service to those using the Leadership Development Framework and Profile in their own development and in working to support development with individuals, communities, systems and society.

 

You will see that, in 2020, we will follow an arc across the entire LDF spectrum of Action Logics and the full range of thinking and practice from entry-level to the latest, most advanced developments. You can book any event either online or by email. We particularly recommend the What is Developmental Inquiry? workshops, coming soon.

27th April, 10:30am-5:30pm

This event has ended. see below for the next, and final, chance to join the event live

What is Developmental Inquiry?

Facilitators         Dr Philip Hayton

Date                   27th April, 10:30am-5:30pm

Venue                Online

Cost                   £195 +VAT

In this highly participative one-day workshop, we will explore what Developmental Inquiry is, and why it matters for your work with clients and for your own development.  We will dive into what makes it unique to each person and how we can help our clients use it.  Together we will look at how clients find and work with their most developmental edges and how to create and refine leadership development practices.

 

What you gain by attending this workshop:  

  • An introduction to a new frame for Adult Development using the LDF

  • Experience of working with a variety of personal and client materials

  • Meet and re-connect with experienced LDF practitioners
  • Opportunity to enhance your work and how you move from potential to practice

  • Deepen your understanding of advanced adult development

  • A half-price LDP Profile to use with the programme

Here is what some participants of this workshop said about their experience:

I left the event feeling excited about the new frame on the LDP, inspired by my fellow attendees and eager to put what I learned into practice. Rachel Anderson

Developmental Inquiry has brought a quite radical new dimension to working with the LDF framework and the LDP. Rudi Kindts

Good group of participants, expert input with a focus on practical application, re-framed some previously unseen boundaries and transformed my thinking and practice. Trevor Comyn

This is a must - certainly for those that have qualified in the LDF prior to 2018 as it helps bring more space and breath into the debrief via a more fluid, natural and expansive perspective and process. Amanda Livermore

 

The training on Developmental Inquiry went a long way to reframing my perception not just of the LDP but of adult development as a whole. The client interactions made possible through this lens are energised and transformed by this form of collaboration. Will Robinson

This workshop is probably the most important Harthill LDF event in the first half of 2020. Developmental Inquiry is at the heart of the whole LDP Process and the LDF in practice. It is also a great introduction to our two advanced programmes coming up in the Autumn

 "Harthill is taking adult development to another level, with Developmental Inquiry as an approach to exploring how we can be more effective and impactful in our lives." 

Doug O'Loughlan, Senior Principal Consultant, Civil Service Institute of Leadership, Singapore

Date tbc, 10:30am-5:30pm

What is Developmental Inquiry? One more time...

(Last opportunity to participate live)

Facilitator          To be confirmed

Date                  Date tbc, (register your interest)

Venue                Online

Cost                   £195 +VAT

In a second run of this fully-booked, highly participative one-day workshop, we  will explore what Developmental Inquiry is, and why it matters for your work with clients and for your own development.  We will dive into what makes it unique to each person and how we can help our clients make use of it.  Together we will look at how clients find and work with their most developmental edges and how to create and refine leadership development practices. Read what previous participants said about the workshop in the description of the 27th April event (see above), to get a flavour of the value of this workshop.

Developmental Inquiry may offer you a crucial new frame for your work with Adult Development.

Making use of key principles and practice, we will explore how to work with both conventional and later-stage forms of meaning-making – a specialist field Harthill has helped to pioneer for two decades. Participants in the programme receive a half-price LDP profile to use befoe or after the event (details below) to support fresh experiential learning in the process. 

 

What you gain by attending:  

  • An introduction to an exciting new frame for Adult Development, using the LDF

  • The last opportunity to join this workshop live, to participate in rich group discussions

  • Experience of working with a variety of personal and client perspectives

  • Meet and re-connect with experienced LDF practitioners
  • Opportunity to enhance your work and how you move from potential to practice

  • Deepen your understanding of advanced adult development

  • A half-price LDP Profile to use before or after the event.

You may also like to watch a short video on the four key ingredients of Developmental Inquiry now, at www.harthill.co.uk/coaching-debrief (see also p. 2 and 11 of the LDP Report).

 "Harthill is taking adult development to another level, with Developmental Inquiry as an approach to exploring how we can be more effective and impactful in our lives." 

Doug O'Loughlan, Senior Principal Consultant, Civil Service Institute of Leadership, Singapore

This workshop is the most important Harthill LDF event in the first half of 2020. The day passes quickly, despite one's expectations of an online channel. Developmental Inquiry is at the heart of the whole LDP Process and the LDF. This workshop is this a great introduction to our two advanced practitioner programmes coming up in Autumn 2020.

5th June, 9:30am-4:30pm

How organisations are developing later-stage capabilities in their leaders

Facilitators         David Rooke and Nial O'Reilly

Date                   5th June, 9:30am-4:30pm

Venue                Online

Cost                   £195+VAT

Building on a successful day in June 2019 when we explored how organisations develop late stage capabilities in their leaders, and heard from three extraordinary practitioners from both sides of the Atlantic, we will return to this territory with new examples of pioneering practice. Participants of the workshop found it ‘hope-inspiring’ to see how change occurs in organisations and leadership when taking a developmentally-informed approach.  We will learn how to work with the challenges of vertical development inside large organisational systems and leadership cultures in service to personal and organisational transformation.  

We are delighted to have Ameet Thakkar, Head of Talent and Learning at BP, joining us to present some of what they have learnt about this important topic in their organisation. 

17th - 19th September (tbc),

9am-5pm

Transforming Your Practice (TYP)

An Advanced LDF Practitioner Training Intensive

Facilitators         David Rooke and colleagues

Date                  17th - 19th September, 9am-5pm (dates will change)

Venue                This event will now run 100% online with new dates

Cost                   £995+VAT

If you want to work at the deepest level with the LDF and the LDP, this workshop is for you. It is an intimate, deeply experiential and participatory learning space to deepen your work with the LDF and LDP’s perspectives profoundly.  The LDF is an approach, not just a powerful map and model. This workshop uses a sophisticated and fresh developmental framing which has important implications for your thinking, practice and development. It reframes much of what we ‘know’.  It is highly practice-focused, including two free profiles and significant levels of consultation input. 

“Harthill’s thinking and practice with the LDF has evolved more in the last eighteen months than in the previous eighteen years.” David Rooke, introducing TYP in November 2019

Our intent is to stretch you and your work and, secondly, to resource a growing cohort of advanced LDF practitioners working with the latest ideas and deep principles as coaches and consultants. Part of the work is with your own client material by recording a coaching debrief that you use during the training event. This great-value programme includes a free follow-up SCF for training use and a closed forum for ongoing practice development (with a further free profile).   

 

We were originally to be hosted at a unique day-venue in a beautiful location 45-mins south of Barcelona by car or train with ample parking, lovely walks and views, and wonderful energy. However, in light of COVID-19, it will now run 100% online. It will remain deeply experiential and participatory. Harthill has a long track record of immersive, transformative online training. 

We will also run an online Transforming Your Practice in Russian, in October 2020 (see below).

 

This event dovetails with a second deeply developmental workshop - the Strategist/Alchemist Retreat. This is will be a fascinating, deep and experiential dive into late stage realms of meaning.

“Harthill are thought and practice leaders in deeply developmental work which at no other time in recent human history has been more needed. Their work provides a portal into fundamental shifts in consciousness”

Brian Woodall, True North Partnership, at TYP Nov 19 

September - details TBC

The Strategist & Alchemist retreat-workshop

Facilitators         David Rooke and colleagues

Date                   Dates to be confirmed (Fall 2020)

Venue                Online

Cost                   £675+VAT

A culmination of Harthill’s recent exploration into the spectrum of meaning-making, this immersive retreat-workshop is a rare opportunity to foster late-stage inquiry and exploration in a group of likeminded fellow-travellers. The event has both a workshop and a retreat-like quality to it. 

With fellow LDF colleagues and friends, you will explore your own experience in relation to the development of Strategist meaning-making. Working interactively online, we will use pre-recorded interview material to inspire and stimulate your own inquiry into this form of late stage meaning-making and its ‘transformational intelligences’.

We will see how Alchemist meaning-making is developmentally relevant regardless of the shape of your overall meaning-making. In a gently immersive, highly participatory flow we will explore the multi-faceted and fascinating realms of late stage meaning-making and its transformational potential for you, relationships, clients, and the various systems we live in and contend with.   

Our retreat focus is self-development and practice. Later stage meaning-making can be a turbulent experience as radical emergence which requires that we do our own work; not just support others.  It means that we grow more adept at seeing our process and working with it in potentially unfamiliar ways. In a supportive space, you will gently and intently work with your material (personal and professional) in a rich environment of real and respectful perspectives. Together, we use a rounded and grounded felt-sense of late stage development, always linked to everyday reality, life and work (it might surprise you how relevant it is to daily life).

 

This is the sixth Strategist or Alchemist event Harthill has run since 2018 – this work is evolving.  These are among our favourite events and always a lively journey for the whole group.  

October 17-19 (dates tbc)

Transforming Your Practice (TYP) - in Russian

An Advanced LDF Practitioner Training Intensive

Facilitators         Ana Nekrasova and Katya Novisova

Date                  17th - 19th October (Dates TBC)

Venue                This event will run 100% online

Cost                   £995+VAT

If you want to work at the deepest level with the LDF and the LDP, this workshop is for you. It is an intimate, deeply experiential and participatory learning space to deepen your work with the LDF and LDP’s perspectives profoundly.  The LDF is an approach, not just a powerful map and model. This workshop uses a sophisticated and fresh developmental framing which has important implications for your thinking, practice and development. It reframes much of what we ‘know’.  It is highly practice-focused, including two free profiles and significant levels of consultation input. 

“Harthill’s thinking and practice with the LDF has evolved more in the last eighteen months than in the previous eighteen years.” David Rooke, introducing TYP in November 2019

Our intent is to stretch you and your work and, secondly, to resource a growing cohort of advanced LDF practitioners working with the latest ideas and deep principles as coaches and consultants. Part of the work is with your own client material by recording a coaching debrief that you use during the training event. This great-value programme includes a free follow-up SCF for training use and a closed forum for ongoing practice development (with a further free profile).   

 

In light of COVID-19, this event will now run 100% online. It will remain deeply experiential and participatory. Harthill has a long track record of immersive, transformative online training.

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