SYSTEMS THINKING FOR TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP
Presented by Robert Steele and Peter Seah
Visual Scribe: Indra Zaka Permana
Date: 20 June 2020
Time: 11:00 - 13:00 (Singapore Time)
Who Should Attend:
Independent consultants or in-house staff on Learning Organisations, Innovation, Organisation Development, Leadership
Trainers, coaches, Learning & Development practitioners, Human Resources practitioners
Share ideas and explore collaboratively on our ideas of the concept of System Thinking
Exchange stories/ cases on the application of System Thinking, which helps to build a repository of learning in System Thinking for sharing
Martin Sandbrook of Schumacher Institute says that ‘systems thinking’ is a way of being. Essentially what he means is that systems thinking involves a way of seeing or interpreting the world through thought and feeling. It is an attitude of openness, of inquiry, of looking from many perspectives, inner and outer, of holding, or trying to hold, an awareness of my own beliefs and assumptions, of noticing my reaction to things, of understanding the world as an unfolding process where everything is in relation to everything else.
The aim of this webinar is to introduce the concept and practice of systems thinking within the context of transformative sustainability leadership in a time of converging complex global challenges. Systems thinking assists in the adoption of a new thinking paradigm and mental model. It is enabled through the use of a suite of tools and approaches for problem analysis and solution development, with implications for collaborative problem analysis and decision-making, innovation, win-win solutions, policy coherence, and long-term sustainability performance.