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As a leader, if you don’t spend time on building trust, then you will spend time on managing the fallout and damage from not having built trust. The above were some of the insights offered by presenters in the webinar which was moderated by Ian Munro, the presenters were Josh Hayman and Rachael Cowin, all of Legitimate Leadership.
Legitimate Leadership launched its new website and celebrated its seventh birthday at a dinner held in Johannesburg on 4 March 2021. Legitimate Leadership has grown from a one-person (Wendy Lambourne) business at its inception in March 2014 to a company currently embracing 24 staff members, associates and licensees.
Legitimate Leadership had been asked to address a virtual internal conference of the headquarters on leadership and change. Wendy Lambourne and David Harding, both of Legitimate Leadership, gave their presentation the title 'Serve To Lead' because that is the name of a handbook used by officers at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
In past Legitimate Leadership webinars, the focus was generally on leadership. In this webinar, the focus was shifted to how leaders can assist people in their teams to shift from taking to giving.
Africa Tikkun, one of South Africa’s largest non-profit organisations, assists many thousands of people in that country’s townships. But seven years ago, this extraordinary organisation set out, with Legitimate Leadership, to increase its employees’ level of engagement by showing employees that they also really mattered.
The diagnostic survey was conducted by Legitimate Leadership in 2020. 282 interviews were conducted by Legitimate Leadership - 16 organisations across seven industries. The interviews were with both managers (56%) and non-managers (44%). Most of the managers had been through Legitimate Leadership training; most of the non-managers had not.
Wendy Lambourne discussed Legitimate Leadership concepts with Miles Crisp (Tarsus Technology Group of South Africa). Miles said his group has been working on its leadership structure for six years. 'We adopted a Legitimate Leadership framework and did workshops across the entire organisation for about 18 months'.
Josh Hayman and Jimmy Furstenburg (an organisational turnaround practioner) discussed ‘Courage In Organisations’. Organisations have to make very tough decisions. How have leaders reacted to the situation? Who just chased the money; who really cared for their people; who acted with courage?
Wendy Lambourne and Leanne Maree discussed 'The Role Of HR In Assisting Line Managers To Demonstrate Care In A Crisis' -The personal wellbeing of employees is often largely shaped and impacted by the organisations where they work and by their line manager.
Legitimate Leadership was formally launched in the United Kingdom on 6 March 2020. The launch took place in London, hosted by the company’s directors, Wendy Lambourne and Ian Munro. Representatives of every one of Legitimate Leadership’s current UK-based clients responded positively to the invitation.