The Practice of Unhurried Leadership
An opportunity to go deeper…
We’re developing a new workshop with our good friend and fellow Agent of Change, Johnnie Moore.
We’re designing it out loud rather than presenting the final design with a big fanfare, as we’d like participants to be involved in the design itself.
We’re calling it The Practice of Unhurried Leadership.
It’s for anyone whose work depends on working with people – managers, leaders, coaches, facilitators. It will be an opportunity to go a bit deeper into your own professional practice. We’re going to focus on leaning into difficulty, in whatever form that comes for you – maybe difficult people, organisational stress, questions about career direction…
We’re not coming to this with fixed techniques and activities in mind. We’ll start by finding out what’s at issue for everyone coming, and we’ll then create a programme live, in response to what’s in the room. We’re not expecting to be teaching, but we are going to use activities and conversations to help everyone explore their own edges.
We want this to be a real community when it meets, in which we learn together rather than claiming expertise or magic answers.
If you’ve done your share of conventional training and want something more interesting, challenging and experiential, this could be for you.
It’s going to be on April 3rd and 4th 2019, in Kings College Cambridge.
If you’re interested, we’d love to hear from you.
Register your interest here and we’ll be in touch to set up an initial phone-call to find out more about you, your needs, as well as to answer any questions you might have about the event.