Two Upcoming Webinars on May 12th and June 17th
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Jackie Stevenson, Spirit of Leadership
May 12th, 12:00 PT/3:00 PM ET
The Search for Humanity in the Heart of the Wild:
Exploring the Principles of the Fifth Discipline & Living Systems in Action Through Experiential Learning with Horses and Nature
Explore five key capacities and organizational learning principles for leadership and life that you can develop through experiential learning with horses and nature.
In this webinar we will explore what you can learn from horses and nature based on the Fifth Discipline and SOL principals about:
- Leading with Authentic Presence for Positive Change: Being aware and intentionally present and aligning your inner nature with outer reality while adapting quickly and resourcefully to change.
- Creating Positive Relationships: Communicating and interacting with awareness of body language and energy, inclusiveness, interdependence and interconnection
- Strengthening Team Performance: Developing awareness of and respect for systems thinking, multiple realities, perspectives and levels of system with a 360 vision of the field
- Inspiring a Positive Present and Future: Listening and engaging positively and optimistically to create the conditions for the best possible and most meaningful future to emerge for the whole and then being there to greet it
- Aligning with Nature: Designing organizations and networks of people to be in greater harmony with human nature and with the natural world for personal mastery, social learning in a generative communities of purpose, and positive systemEngaging with horses provides action based experiential learning to support the SoL's principles of personal mastery and social learning in a generative community of common purpose, alignment with nature, practical visioning, and positive system impact.
Search for Humanity in the heart of the wild
Experiential Learning activity on ecological identity
Inspiring Leadership and Teamwork
Experiential learning activity
Q and A
- SoL NA Montana Program
Herb Stevenson, Cleveland Consulting Group
June 17th, 12:00-1:15
Visioning: Finding the Shared Compelling Picture of the Future
This webinar interweaves Native American principles of change and the underlying processes that occur when moving through the visioning process. They will be used to highlight the five capacities developed in the Fifth Discipline. Participant Learning Objectives: Understand the four basic requirements of personal or organizational change as both a cognitive tool and a practical method to determine how to stay on course. Understand the generative aspects of the visioning process for individuals, teams, and organizations. Deepen their understanding and application of shared vision, team learning, personal mastery, reflective conversations and generative dialogue, and systems thinking.