Chefsnätverket Close offered a one-of-its-kind opportunity for all aspiring leaders. Close is Sweden’s leading management network conducted leadership networking events for managers and business executives who were interested in knowing more about modern skills development through discussions on a number of challenges and opportunities, with managers who have similar positions and thus knowledge in your area.
The purpose of the event is arranging leadership networking events with a focus on competence development and education for Swedish leaders, specialists, and entrepreneurs. They have active participants from more than twelve senior profession groups and we are today in Stockholm, Malmö, Gothenburg, and Luleå. Flexibility and anticipation are the keys to their business.
Chefsnätverket Close leadership groups consist of managers and business executives from a number of different industries who all exercise and have a passion for leadership. One of the strongest reasons why the leadership group is so appreciated is that they build the entire business on dialogues between group members and their colleagues in the group, and persons who work at Close. Everyone who participates does so with the same attitude of openness, ready to discuss challenges and find solutions together.
Four leadership network days per year are the hub of their business and the basis for the exchange of knowledge and experience. This takes place in the respective management group, which all have 30-50 members and contributes to their unique competence.
These well-planned network days make you get the most out of the meetings, without own preparation. At each meeting, they also listen to Sweden’s absolute best lecturer who is booked with the group’s challenges and wishes.
Here are some examples of topics discussed in the past year in the leadership groups:
Recruitment – Business development – Motivate oneself in leadership – Motivate and engage employees – Lead in chaos – Self-governing teams and organizations – Change work – Integrate activities – Growth – Lead at a distance – Reorganization – Global leadership – Culture and well-being at work – Creating effective management teams – Measure and assess workload