Ashland, MA, USA Facilitated by Peter Senge, Darcy Winslow and other leading practitioners of Sustainability Leadership
Join Peter Senge and Darcy Winslow for this 3-day leadership workshop and learn how to successfully and collaboratively make sustainability a core value in your organization, supply chain and community. The overall focus of this workshop is joint capacity building in service of developing new capabilities for generative partnerships and collaboration for systemic change.
Leaders who want to build their capacity to lead change efforts, from wherever they sit within their organization, are invited to attend. Leading for Sustainability offers less lecture time, and more time for hands-on development of your leadership skills. You will strengthen your systems thinking skills so you can switch from reactive problem solving to initiating and creating new futures
Founding Chair of SoL, Senior Lecturer at MIT and Author of The Fifth Discipline, the Art and Practices of the Learning Organization and The Necessary Revolution: How Individuals and Organization Are Working Together To Create a Sustainable World.
Darcy Winslow Managing Partner and founding member of the Academy for Systemic Change. Former Senior Executive at Nike, most notably starting the Sustainable Business Strategies in 1999.
Facilitated by Peter Senge, Otto Scharmer, and Arawana Hayashi
The Executive Champions' Workshop is a special setting for nurturing new thinking and relationships among executive leaders in today's rapidly changing economic and social landscape.
Through a series of strategic dialogues on issues of most concern to participants, our intent is to tap the wisdom that resides, often below the surface, in our collective experience. The format is designed to build capacity for conducting conversations that matter with potentially large numbers of people while applying organizational learning tools that foster reflection, systems thinking and strategic conversation.
Offered by invitation for executives who are champions of change, the ECW is a unique opportunity to reflect, refocus, and recharge, preciously rare activities in today's frenetic business world. To request an invitation to the Executive Champions' Workshop, contactFrank Schneider(+1-617-300-9535.)
The origin of Peter Senge's book The Fifth Discipline. This program goes deeply into the domains of personal mastery, collaborative inquiry, and the systems perspective as key competencies for sustaining profound change. Through the interplay of personal and interpersonal work, participants recognize that leadership concerns the capacity of a human community to shape its future and to bring forth realities aligned with people's deepest aspirations.
From senior executives to those with no formal authority, leaders at every organizational level will gain deeper insights into leadership as a collective phenomenon. Teams are encouraged to participate. Explore together what it takes to create an environment where leadership is a shared responsibility, naturally embedded in the fabric on an organization and community.
SoL has more than two decades of experience in capacity building and creating successful, customized programs and workshops for hundreds of clients all over the world. The two offerings below are just a couple of examples. If you are interested in learning more about these programs or would like to explore other customized in-house offerings, contact Frank Schneider (617-300-9535) or email to email@example.com
This course conveys the essence of SoL's mission by teaching new perspectives for individual and collective learning. It was first presented in March 1992, in conjunction with the MIT Center for Organizational Learning, and has since been attended by more than 2,000 managers and individuals from member and non-member companies.
Companies such as Intel and Harley-Davidson know the value of using SoL's organizational learning principles to increase work team productivity and impact. In this interactive workshop your team will learn the tools and methods necessary for building a learning organization and apply them to your most pressing business challenges.