Reinventing Organisations XTRA I

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20-132 Reinventing Organisations Connected Leadership Hawkwood College
Fri 27Mar

Connected Leadership (Module 1)

Facilitator: Peter Baily & Paul Jackson

This is the first module of an innovative training course that comprises three modules between March and September 2020. It builds on the world-recognised organisational model Reinventing Organisations, devised by Frédéric Laloux. We are asked to imagine an organisation where people readily self organise around creative ideas and perceived needs; where people see the value in sharing their interior selves; and where they operate from trust and abundance rather than fear and scarcity.

Event time: Fri 27th Mar 2020 at 9:30am - Fri 27th Mar 2020 at 5:00pm

At a glance

  • Stand- alone introduction to Reinventing Organisations by Fréderic Laloux
  • Principles of self- management, wholeness and purpose
  • Live music, small group and individual work

What participants will gain

  • Powerful insights into what sort of leader you are and what levels of consciousness you operate from.
  • New awareness of cutting edge practices in organisations today
  • Inspiration to shape your world in radical ways

This Connected Leadership Module 1 course offers aspects of our human journey from knowledge to wisdom. Your eyes will be opened to self-awareness and how you show up in the world. You will dive into your physical and emotional presence and the deep intelligence that exists there. There will be the invitation to consider your patterns and belief systems and how these generates your reality. This will allow you to find your language and your ability to make requests, offers and declarations. This could result in your ego and self-image being challenged, too! You will be supported to witness the journey with curiosity and to honor and celebrate everything that it means to be human and how this plays out in your leadership style.

Imagine an organisation where people immediately self organise around creative ideas and perceived needs; where people see the value in sharing their interior selves – their emotions, thoughts, physical intelligence; where people set their own pay, decide on how much holiday they take; where people operate from trust and abundance and not fear and scarcity. These organisations exist worldwide, big and small, private and non-profit. The premise of this shift is that “organisations change as human consciousness evolves”. Come and feel, not think, what this means through an experiential journey of 10,000 years of human consciousness.

Price Options

£185 Early Bird ends 14 Feb
£245 Full price from 15 Feb

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Practical Information

Please wear comfortable clothing that you can easily move about in, including soft indoor shoes or bare feet.

Price includes materials, delicious two-course lunch, and refreshments.

Registration from 9.00am-9:30am.

Paul Jackson

Paul Jackson is an executive coach, a farmer and runs a programme developing leadership for individuals and teams through working with horses. He has worked as a consultant and coach since 1995. His passion is enabling and supporting transformation in people and organisations – driven by a sense of what is possible, sustainable, and our ability to honour each other and our shared environment.

Peter Baily

Peter Baily is an executive coach, mountaineer and creative soul. His deepest desire is to see a sustainable world in his lifetime. As an executive coach, he works with CEOs and Senior Managers in Social Enterprises, NGOs and Charities He is also a coach for TED Fellows and entrepreneurs at the Unreasonable Institute. As a mountaineer, he has come to understand a lot about human nature; why we do things, what keeps us going; what makes us effective; what makes teams successful.

Testimonials

“This is for leaders, coaches, and advisors who sense that something is broken in the way we run organisations today and who feel that something entirely different is called for… but wonder what that might be.”