Executive Champions' Workshop
Facilitated by Peter Senge, Otto Scharmer, and Arawana Hayashi
Offered in collaboration with the Presencing Institute, the Executive Champions' Workshop (ECW) is a special setting for nurturing new thinking and relationships among executive leaders in today's rapidly changing economic and social landscape. Offered by invitation for executives who are champions of change, the ECW is a unique opportunity to reflect, refocus, and recharge. The 2016 theme was “Exploring the Connection between Leading Self and Leading Others for Systems Change and Innovation." The 2017 theme will be announced soon.
Deep Conversations Around Questions That Matter
The ECW is not a training session. Nor is it a typical conference. It is both personal and substantive in the way that only deep conversation among peers can be. In focusing on this year's theme: "Building Personal and Collective Leadership Capacity for Systems Change and Innovation,” we will explore questions such as:
August 15 - 18, 2017
Trapp Family Lodge, 700 Trapp Hill Road, Stowe, VT, USA (approximately 45 minutes from the Burlington, Vermont Airport; and four to four and a half hours from Boston’s Logan Airport)
$4,995 USD corporate/professional;
$3,995 USD nonprofit, academic or government institution
Room & Meals:
Arrangements to be made separately with Trapp Family Lodge. The room and meals package rate is $1,310 (USD) for your three-day stay. This rate includes accommodations, all meals. Participants staying at other hotels or local participants will pay a commuter fee of $610 in total for workshop related food and beverage charges.
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. If you are interested, please send your inquiry from the following link.
At ECW, Peter will share insights and implications from years of work in systems thinking and institutional learning, including from the book, The Necessary Revolution: How Individuals and Organizations are Working Together to Create a Sustainable World, which explores how the Industrial Age Bubble of "take, make, waste” is now ending and how organizations are beginning to learn ways of working together to build social and biological, as well as economic, well-being into their core strategies for value creation.
Dr. Otto Scharmer is a Senior Lecturer at MIT, and founding chair of the Presencing Institute. He chairs the MIT IDEAS program and co-founded the Global Wellbeing Lab. He also is Vice Chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Leadership. In his books Theory U and Presence(the latter co-authored with Senge, Jaworski, and Flowers) he introduced the concept of "presencing” — learning from the emerging future. His new book Leading From the Emerging Future: From Ego-system to Eco-system Economies (2013) applies mindfulness onto the transformation of business, society, and self.
Arawana Hayashi is a dancer, choreographer, and teacher, with roots in Asian and Western arts. She began her dance training in classical ballet, culminating in studies with Nina Fonaroff in New York, and later trained in modern dance at the Merce Cunningham Studio. Throughout her career she has been involved in interdisciplinary, ensemble improvisation. Arawana was on the faculty of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts School and the Naropa University, Boulder, Colorado. Trained as a dancer, choreographer, and meditation instructor and now a senior faculty member of the Presencing Institute, Arawana will share practices to engage the whole human being in the embodiment of presencing.
Is This Workshop for You?
Our participants come from business and diverse governmental and non-governmental organizations. In recent years, the ECW has included domestic and international executives from BASF, BMW, Boeing, EDF, Ford, Harley-Davison, Hewlett-Packard, NASA, Nike, Oxfam, Shell, The Nature Conservancy, Visteon, World Bank/IFC, World Wildlife Fund, numerous Foundations and various other institutions in government, education, civil society and business.
Who Should Attend?
Senior level leaders and change agents in all sectors and industries. Teams from the same or across organizations or networks are encouraged.
12/13/2016 » 12/15/2016
Applied Organizational Learning for Business Results 2016