12th of February
18:30 - 21:00
We live in a time of disruptive change.
Why do you try to deal with the challenges of our time so often fail?
Why are we stuck in so many personal and collective dilemmas?
It is possible to shift to a more generous way of seeing and acting in the world!
Somehow, almost everyone senses that the way we run today no longer works for us. Leaders are all-powerful, but many are still tired of the rat race and the constant pressure. Customers trust in business is at an all-time low. Students and teachers are demotivated due to our cold and mechanical educational approach. And more fundamental than all this is the harm we do to our planet.
It is time for deep transformation in the way we operate, both personally and collectively.
To activate our capacity for the future of the future. In order to move from being an outdated, bureaucratic and competitive, to a more evolutionary, conscious and collaborative way of operating, we must embark on a journey.
At this workshop we want to introduce you to the theory U process of leading profound change. This methodology is based on the concept of " presencing " - a blend of the words "presence" and "sensing". Using a combination of self-reflection exercises, theory and bodywork, we want to help you to get a clearer understanding of your current situation.
The development of such understanding will allow you to connect to your vision and intentions in order to create a future of greater possibility.
" Connecting with your best future Possibility and creating radical and powerful ideas requires learning to access the intelligence of the heart and the hand - not just the intelligence of the head. " Otto Sharmer, founder of Theory U
In order to make this workshop accessible to all, we would like to give you the freedom of consciously choosing how much you would like to contribute. As we only have 15 places available, we kindly ask you to register with a € 15 commitment fee, and after the workshop we will give you the opportunity to make a voluntary contribution. This is a practice to strengthen the sense of interdependence.