Organizational Learning Workshop Series
Join this interactive workshop as we explore the nature and impact of engaging in a Shared Vision, especially in this VUCA environment.
Saturday, 31 October 2020
10:30 - 12:00 Singapore Time
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An Introduction to
The Emergent Learning Table
by Heidi Sparkes Guber, Global SOL
21 November 2020, 10:00-11:30 am (Singapore Time)
20 November 2020, 9:00-10:30 pm (EST)
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Join us and find out more about Emergent Learning (EL), and how to apply EL practices and the Emergent Learning Table in the community and in business.
Heidi has over three decades of experience in bringing learning-based performance and strategic leadership to a wide variety of private, public and governmental organizations in the US and around the world. Since founding 4QP, she has focused on facilitating and researching community-based social transformation. She has worked with Indian River County, Florida, since 2010, for example, to deliver the Moonshot Moment, a multi-year all-community breakthrough initiative to achieve 90% literacy in Grade 3 by 2018.
She now specializes in establishing transformational learning practices for collaborative teams who are aiming for large-scale change around intransigent social issues in their communities. She stays actively involved in organizational and community learning at a global level as Founding Chair of the Global Association of SoL Communities (Society for Organizational Learning).
Organizational Learning Workshop Series:
3 October 2020
Facilitated by Tara Kimbrell Cole
This workshop is an experiential and experimental journey with Personal Mastery.
“Mastery means the capacity not only to produce results, but also to ‘master’ the principles underlying the way you produce results. If someone can create great work only with constant struggle, we wouldn’t call him or her a masterful. In mastery, there is a sense of effortlessness and joyousness. It stems from your ability and willingness to understand and work with the forces around you.”
(Kleiner, A. 1994)
Organizational Learning Workshop Series:
22 August 2020
Facilitated by Garrett Weiner
An interactive workshop to help explore our awareness and understanding of how we create the reality that drives the events in our lives.
This workshop will engage you to understand some of society's and even your own mental models that define the world as you see it. On a collective basis our mental models have shaped the systems we are part of that produce the patterns and events we see in our lives at both global and local levels. From conflicts with colleagues to COVID-19 to the climate crisis. We will explore what this means for how we create more positive and effective change in the world.
Systemic Problems - Systemic Solutions
by Fritjof Capra
25 July 2020
An online dialogue with a world renowned physicist, systems theorist, and author on the systems view on life.
When we look at the state of the world today what is most evident is that none of our major problems, including the COVID pandemic, can be understood in isolation. They are systemic problems, which means that they are all interconnected and interdependent. They require corresponding systemic solutions — solutions that do not deal with any problem in isolation, but always within the context of other related problems. In this webinar, Fritjof Capra will show how a new systemic understanding of life, which has been developed at the forefront of science, can help us recognize the systemic nature of our global problems and find effective systemic solutions.
Fritjof Capra, Ph.D., physicist and systems theorist, is the author of several international bestsellers, including The Tao of Physics (1975) and The Web of Life (1996). He is coauthor, with Pier Luigi Luisi, of the multidisciplinary textbook, The Systems View of Life (Cambridge University Press, 2014). Capra’s new online course (www.capracourse.net) is based on his textbook
Systems Thinking for
20 June 2020
Facilitated by Robert Steele (Systainability Asia & SOL) / Peter Seah (SOL)
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.
A Conversation with Humberto Maturana and Sebastián Gaggero
15 April 2020
An online dialogue with world renowned cultural biologist Humberto Maturana and sociologist Sebastián Gaggero on our human nature and the society we generate.
Humberto Maturana: Chilean biologist with a doctorate from Harvard University in the United States and postdoctoral studies at MIT. His studies are focused on the origin of living beings (autopoiesis and natural drift), language and perception (biology of language and knowledge), the origin of the human (biology of love), the cultural-biological matrix of human existence and human evolution (Cultural-Biology).
Sebastián Gaggero: Chilean sociologist with studies and practices in social action-research in the field of human communities and the generation of well-being. He is a disciple and apprentice of Humberto Maturana and Ximena Dávila for more than 15 years.
PRESENCING INSTITUTE VISUAL PRACTICE WORKSHOP: FOUNDATIONS
21-24 July 2019
Join a growing eco-system of practitioners who use the “art of scribing” to bridge the ecological, social, and spiritual divides we experience in our world today.
MASTERING THE BASICS OF CULTURAL SYSTEM CHANGE
7 December 2018
AMOEBA is a tool for understanding, mapping, and planning for innovation adoption and cultural change processes, in organizations of all kinds and sizes.
DRIVING SUSTAINABLE ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION AND CHANGE IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
30 June 2018
Learn the implications of digital disruption and some key elements that are required to drive the change associated with the transformation.
THE PRACTICE OF SYSTEMS THINKING BASED INNOVATION
23 June 2017
As the competitive environment continues to intensify in Singapore, organizations, companies and departments need to find ways to do more with less, and to differentiate themselves from others based on the innovative nature of products and services being offered.
The SoL Global Community has coached and trained thousands of individuals to use Organizational Learning tools and methods to transform their businesses and achieve, sometimes unprecendented, business results.