Following the last network session in Oxford in September, this is a gathering of those who are using or are interested in, Theory U in their work and life to share practice, learn, experiment, connect and have fun.
We live in an increasingly polarised world and staying present and connected in a disconnected world may well be the most important leadership challenge of our time. We will explore how are we experiencing presencing and absencing and how we can use this to support our work in organisations and communities.
You are invited to join us on June 11 for a UK Theory U network day for practitioners.
Sharing experiences from the field working with organisations and communities
- Developing new ideas
- Making Connections
- Sharing prototypes
- Building capacity, individually and collectively
- Recharging and re-energising
Hosted by Dick Baker, Fiona Ellis, Katherine Long, Aggie Kalunga Banda, Tony Laycock, Katie Lloyd Nunn
Tickets are £50 for the day (which includes lunch), bursaries available. Great food of course.
Easy to reach by train to Stroud (1.5 hours London and 1 hour Birmingham or Bristol) and plenty of car parking space. Refreshments and lunch included.