San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
We are excited to host the third gathering of a Community of Practice of people who are passionate about evolving organizations to reflect our emerging human consciousness.
In Reinventing Organizations, author Frederic Laloux describes a common thread among the 12 organizations that he researched ~~ they all operate from a living systems framework (instead of the dominant Industrial Age framework).
What is it about operating from this Living Systems framework that contributes to these organizations succeeding in the Teal zone?
What does it take to develop a living systems consciousness in our organizations? Is it possible to accelerate this transformation through effective dialogue and co-learning?
These are some questions that we will explore during our September 28 Community of Practice.
We will begin the conversation assuming a general level of knowledge that includes at least having read Frederic Laloux's book and focus on the actual practice of developing "teal" organizations. (If you haven't read the book but would like to get a 10-minute summary of the main concepts, we recommend checking out this video.)
The format of the evening will be primarily interactive and participatory and consist mostly of small and whole group dialogues where we will explore some key questions, challenges and opportunities that are showing up in our work around this theme.
Spaces are limited, but if we fill up quickly we will look for a bigger space. And we are planning to host more of these gatherings, so if you can't make this one look for our October CoP announcement!
Please Note: Refunds will not be given for this event.
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Kelly McGowan and Shawn Berry
Kelly McGowan and Shawn Berry are practitioners of a pattern of working wisely together that is known internationally as the Art of Hosting. We practice this pattern as well as its many methodologies including Circle, World Café, Open Space, Pro-Action Café, Appreciative Inquiry, Presencing, Future Search, Sanctuary Model, harvesting and story telling.