Systems Leadership Theory (SLT) is a body of work that provides a coherent set of models to help organisational leaders to create the conditions which actively encourage people to utilise their capabilities in achieving goals.

Through the work of Ian Macdonald, Catherine Burke and Karl Stewart (among many others) Systems Leadership Theory has been developed and modified through application since the 1980’s. It provides a coherent overall, conceptual framework from which a set of tools can be fashioned to create, improve, and sustain positive organisations.

Systems Leadership Theory is a set of cohesive models that analysis and explains behaviours. Aspects include:

  • Understanding and Organising Work
  • Understanding and Organising Culture
  • Bridging Processes between Organising the Work and Organising the Culture

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