Leadership as a Practice

Center for Transformative Leadership

What we do

CTL’s mission is to support leadership development as a practice. We innovate with cutting edge resources for developing your leadership practice, drawing on a variety of tools ready to be customized to meet your challenges.

Who we are

We are intensely curious about how leadership provides a context for growth. We see ourselves as a laboratory for thought leaders and practitioners to expand necessary knowledge and skills. We are part of a global community of praxis focused on leadership development.

Who you are

You are also curious, drawn to experimentation and constant learning. You might be an individual leader wanting coaching, a learning and development officer needing help with a program, or a consultancy wanting to collaborate. We love to engage all of you.

Current Thoughts and Insights

Welcome to CTL

Welcome to the Center for Transformative Leadership. Our online home is designed to help you find resources to support your own, your teams’ and your organization’s leadership development, skills training and research needs..

Core Insight is now live

To make good decisions and take actions that will move us forward, we need new insights that get to the core of matters. It is from this context that Core Insight has been developed.

Join Mindshift 2020!

On November 20th, 2020, MindShift will host a second online event, featuring top speakers in the field of adult development. CTL’s very own Jonathan Reams will be hosting a stream in the morning.

Gratis seminar (2 timer): August Turak

Flytt fokus fra inntjening til det å levere verdi August Turak er en erfaren leder og forfatter, som blant annet var medgründer av MTV. Han har gått i lære både hos Louis R. Mobley, som startet IBM Executive School, og hatt flere opphold på et trappistkloster. Han har...

Creating successful corporate cultures

August Turak har gjennom sin karriere demonstrert hvordan det å være autentisk og raus mot andre kan bidra til å skape verdier og god forretningskultur. Han skriver at: "Det er det kritiske skillet mellom en autentisk kultur og en uautentisk kultur som gjør hele...

Seminar: Endringsmotstand – og hvordan overkomme den

I anledning 10-årsjubileum til boken "Immunity to change" av Robert Kegan og Lisa Lahey, inviterer vi til seminar rundt endringsmotstand! Gratis og kun 10 plasser. Førstemann til mølla - påmelding via egen link. Seminaret ledes av John Richard Hanssen fra CTL og...

Seminar: Accelerating Leadership

Seminar with Clint Fuhs and Jonathan Reams In our new seminar with Clint Fuhs and Jonathan Reams, we will look at how we can accelerate leadership and our ability to create development in organizations and in society as a whole. Today's organizations are facing high...

Foundations course in OPO with Bonnitta Roy – February 2018

Open Participation in Organizations (OPO) Core principles and practices for self-managed, high performance teams. We in CTL and LOS Norway are inviting you to a foundations course in Open Participatory Organizations with Bonnitta Roy, 22nd – 24th February, in...

Our Service and Expertise

Leadership Development

We use our knowledge and experience to customize a unique journey for you as our client. This journey will result in increased inner resilience and improved skills fundamental to leadership.

Research

Reflecting on people’s lived experiences along with their interpretation of how contextual factors have affected them, core insights into complex situations provide direction for action, enabling you to make progress on challenges.

Skill Training

We provide fully digitalized, in-house and open participatory skill training courses for building leadership competencies through low threshold activities in real life practice. Course participants learn actionable skills and build capacities to handle their leadership challenges in better ways.

WE LEAD GLOBAL: Prometheus Project

 

CTL is a sponsor of and contributing to the development of a common meta-framework for leadership: The Prometheus Leadership Commons™. To reach the point where leadership is understood, normalized, accessible, and recognized, we will continue to engage in adaptive work and to seek collective knowledge and influence.