From CEO to Maestro Creative Leadership: Learning from the Maestros
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Conductors are the only members of the orchestra not making any sound, and yet, they create order out of chaos, attaining high degrees of artistic quality from a diverse group of musicians playing different instruments. This means working with a group of highly skilled professionals, who need to coordinate and adapt themselves to each other to perform as a unit. Conductors are also called Maestros, which means “teacher”. They need to be visionary and inspirational leaders, as well as teachers and coaches who develop their teams to achieve perfection.
Business leaders face similar challenges. They need to create a high degree of “harmony” in their businesses, allowing a diversity of talents to act in synchrony to achieve their vision. Elements such as motivation, technical knowledge, passion, strategic planning, curiosity, introspection, and understanding of individuals are needed to succeed as the leader of a business or an orchestra.
This leadership development program is designed to improve the leadership skills of senior managers through the teachings and experiences of renowned orchestra conductors.