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How to achieve authenticity for sustainable value creation – Texem

Visionary leaders in organisations must develop competence in influencing, achieving authenticity and addressing vulnerability for effective and sustainable success, Texem UK has said.

The leadership training firm in a statement said it is therefore inviting organisations to join world-renowned Professor Graham Wilson, University of Oxford’s Senior Tutor in Psychology and Counselling to take them through how to develop competence, in programme to be hosted in October in Lagos.

It said:  ‘’Since 2012, he (Graham Wilson) has developed and led the leadership strand of the GCAP/Smith School (University of Oxford) ‘Adaptation Academy’. During these programmes, Graham helped senior leaders to hone their abilities to influence in highly complex political landscapes. Also, in 2015, Professor Graham Wilson established an Advanced Coaching course for the University of Oxford. His work at Oxford was very successful, and as a result, he is now responsible for devising, supervising, and sharing the delivery of, all coaching programmes – Introductory, Advanced, Group, and Supervision, on an annual basis for the University of Oxford.’’

“Developing Interpersonal Influence, addressing the vulnerability, and achieving authenticity for value creation,’ programme revolves around the notion that, it is critical for visionary leaders in organisations to develop competence in influencing, promoting authenticity and addressing vulnerability for effective and sustainable success.”

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