We have settled on a broad content direction for the year ahead so to whet your appetite, and also allow for the partners to make early decisions on which modules they may prefer to attend, we’ve written a short description of each below.
We tend to create each module after the other, basing a good portion of our work on your feedback and what we noticed may be most useful for you. There is a good chance that some of the details below will change, but the theming will remain the same.
28 February – 2 March 2017
Organizations, by and large, remain rooted in a rigid format first used in the industrial era: command and control environment, top-down management etc. This is changing fast as we learn more about the pre-conditions for human performance and the more efficient nature of labour markets. With the opportunity to interact with both local and international leaders of modern organisations, this module promises to be highly beneficial for anyone wanting to understand what innovation and new thinking is available regarding organisational development and leadership.
9 – 11 May 2017
The rate of innovation and change in today’s world is rapid. During this module we’ll be showcasing a variety of game-changing ideas, trends and themes for discussion and digestion. The intention here is that you’ll explore those that interest you and be challenged to consider how these ideas might impact you and your organization both immediately, and in the near future.
1-3 August 2017
As more is learned about human science, so more applications are created in a workplace environment. We’ll spend time focusing deeply on the self by bringing in subject matter experts to talk about their particular area of practice and to share the impact that it has had on their lives. Think interpersonal neurobiology, integral healing and mindfulness – all aspects of human evolution which are making waves in the field of organisational development.
24 – 26 October, 2017
The arts are acknowledged for their ability to unlock new thinking, new feelings and new insights about both the self, and the world around us. Employing one’s own creativity and vision is considered a vital part of leading an organisation and a team effectively. During this module we’ll spend time with poets and artists learning how they have used the arts and human expression in their personal leadership journeys.