We can achieve more working together than alone. CCL’s Societal Advancement work enables interdependent leadership — developing leadership within and across systems to advance the greater good.
As part of our goal to make leadership accessible for everyone, everywhere, the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) recently partnered with the Children’s Home Society of NC to use leadership concepts to help at-risk children have a voice in their own futures.
Everything in our complex world is connected. This means that leadership must be developed within and across all levels of human activity — society, organization, group, and individual.
What capabilities and experiences can CCL bring to the challenge? The knowledge, tools, and practices are emerging and evolving rapidly, but here’s where we are:
CCL’s approach is one of co-inquiry and co-creation. While we draw on all our capabilities, we don’t have all the answers. Evolving better solutions for complicated, interlocking problems won’t come from existing ideas or a single expert view but through collective engagement and action.
CCL’s capability to tackle pressing social challenges is driven by a belief in the power of leadership development to enable us to achieve more — for today and for a better world.