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Thursday 13th December 2018

From Stuckness to Flow - London

A profound 2-day programme to explore together how we can build more creative, effective and agile organisations needed by stakeholders and much-needed by our society. A two day offering for leaders in Business.

In collaboration with the WholePartnership. 

 

Join us on a profound 2-day programme to explore together how we can build more creative, effective and agile organisations needed by our stakeholders and much-needed by our society.

We will look squarely at the conflicts we each experience daily in this VUCA world from both a personal and systemic lens, and find a way through to transformation and flow.  

From stuckness…

Conflict is everywhere, from inter-team politics to the tragedy of armed warfare. Within organisations it can turn up as stalemate and sabotage. It often gets talked about behind backs around the water cooler, or with feelings buried under cold politeness.  Usually it turns up as a sense of ‘stuckness’. Often the organisations’ creativity and performance stagnates. As leaders, we often don’t know the cause, and little changes.

To Flow

Conflict is expressed between people, and so we usually try and deal with it there.  However, it is our experience that although the ‘effect’ is personal, the cause is often systemic and structural. We therefore need a much wider and more sophisticated lens both to understand it, and to respond and transform it effectively.  This will lead to a greater productivity and flow within individuals and the system as a whole.

Purpose of the programme

We will explore:

  • What is conflict trying to tell us that we need to hear?
  • How do we as an organisation deal with conflict already?
  • How can we think differently about conflict so it becomes an enabler for growth and innovation, not a hindrance?
  • How do we support individuals in conflict, whilst seeing the big picture?
  • How do we work creatively with difference, even those stark and deeply held, to discover the solutions we need in a complex and ambiguous world?

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