Meg Wheatley: Who do we choose to be?
We are calling for leaders, change makers, activists and citizens from all sectors of society and across the spectrum of companies and organisations to develop new skills of insight, compassion, and presence with Meg Wheatley, a leading global advocate for systemic and collaborative leadership.
This event is currently in Limited release.
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What can you expect?
You and other influential leaders will focus on how you can best use your experience, influence, skills, and heart to respond to the unique exterior conditions of our time; geo-political, economic, social and environmental. Meg will lead us in an exploration of what it means to be a Warrior for the Human Spirit.
- A realistic and challenging overview of the trends impacting from local to global
- An exploration of how you are a courageous leader or “Warrior for the Human Spirit” with the ability to navigate and respond to a demanding world for long term success
By the end of the workshop you will:
- Deepen your self awareness towards being more effective & resilient leader
- Understand the core skills of being a Warrior for the Human Spirit
- Extend your network amongst leaders who want to make a difference
Workshop Leader: Meg Wheatley
Meg writes, speaks, and teaches how we can accomplish our work, sustain our relationships, and willingly step forward to serve in this troubled time. She is an organizational consultant since 1973, a global citizen since her youth, and a prolific writer. She has authored nine books, including the classic Leadership and the New Science (1992, 2005) and, most recently, Who Do We Choose To Be? Facing Reality| Claiming Leadership| Restoring Sanity (June 2017). She is co-founder and President of The Berkana Institute.
Hosted at: Emerson College
Emerson College is a centre of education for adults that addresses the need for human approaches to today’s urgent questions. It provides opportunities for learning and transformation through education, practical initiatives, research and community building. Based in Forest Row, Sussex, England, Emerson’s aim is to develop, practice and share ways of working and living that encourage free thinking, imagination and responsibility in the world.