We didn't plan it this way...
...but our workshop on collaborative strategy for net zero coincides with the Global Climate Strike! We'll be finding plenty of ways to tie-in our conversations with the live actions that will be taking place around the world on the day, as well as focusing on the practical and constructive capabilities needed to move into practical collaborative action beyond the strike.
We are particularly keen to have women and young leaders, activists and change makers participating in this workshop and so we are offering a small number of places at the heavily subsidised rate of just £500. If you fit one of those categories we would love to hear from you. If you don't, we strongly encourage you to think about who you would bring along or sponsor to be part of this critical conversation.
Purpose, Leadership and Communityship for a Zero Carbon Future
11.30am Thursday 19th to 5pm Friday 20th September 2019. Hartwell House, Aylesbury, UK.
As the reality of the climate emergency bites, every aspect of our lives – how we live, work, travel – faces radical disruption. The expectations on leaders in business and government to have the answers – to continually improve living standards whilst rapidly decarbonizing society – are higher than ever. What is an appropriate response? How do we rebalance relationships and collaborate effectively across the public, private and civil sectors to build more sustainable communities? What is the leadership needed?
In this unique, intensive 2 day workshop, Henry Mintzberg, world-renowned strategist and author of over 20 business and management classics, will share his insights on the next transformation of leadership and strategic thinking required to respond to the global crises of environmental breakdown and hyper-inequality around the world.
Don’t just do something, stand there!
Facilitated by leading thinkers on sustainability leadership, Jonathan Gosling and Alexandra Stubbings, you’ll have the opportunity to explore these questions with Henry in a small group environment with like-minded leaders, learn new ways of examining the issues and develop the relational and systemic leadership and strategy skills needed to meet the challenges of driving rapid change at scale. You’ll leave with greater clarity on the tangible actions you can take and with more of the practical skills needed to realise them.
More information on this event can be found here
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