Leadership Matters ~ November 2018

Date:November 2018
Time: 9 – 18 hours – 14-17 November
Location: Den Bosch, Netherlands
Language: English
Price: €450,-

The spirit of leading – the art of leadership

This workshop and training series explores leadership as an art form which engages us both as individuals and also communities. It moves through four stages looking at leadership contexts, exploring tools for leading (and following), recognises that leaders are many and varied and that understanding our leadership style is key to facilitating strong compassionate leading and turns finally on the last day to the calling of leadership in the 21st Century.

The workshop recognises that leadership has a spiritual dimension and that this element of leadership is often not recognised in leadership studies. Consequently, this workshop brings in specific terms from the yogic tradition to stimulate reflection on leading. It also includes daily meditation sessions to charge our days with a spiritual flow. One aspect that is key to this workshop series is the role that the collective plays in leader development. Positive leadership works on developing one’s internal reflective abilities along with a deep commitment to serving the world.

Leadership Matters; 21st Century Visions and Capacities Article

Day 1 - ContextDay 2 - ToolsDay 3 - StyleDay 4 - The Calling
Session 1The Grammar - InterPlayValue Based LeadershipLeadership ArchetypesThe Future
Session 2The IssuesFollowersPersonal AuthorityNew Stories
Session 3The Cosmic StorySelf NurturanceThe MessageConstructive Hope
Session 4Home: Micro-MacroPurpose and ServiceHolistic LeadershipCo-Creation

Leadership as an artform - the spirit of leadership

Trainer: Satya Tanner

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Satya Tanner had a 16-year career as a pilot and aerospace engineer in the Royal Australian Air Force. Since then she has worked for the Aerospace manufacturing industry in the USA, and now the Energy Industry in Denmark. Satya is a Project Management Professional (PMP) through the Project Management Institute, has a Master of Leadership and a Master Of Training and Development, and also studied strategic foresight tools under renowned futurist Prof. Sohail Inayatullah. Thanks to her significant practical experience as an Engineering Line Manager, Project Manager and trainer, her expertise include helping you to adopt and practice a creative leadership mindset.

Strong leadership; robust strategies and results; happier, more productive staff; healthy corporate culture; learning systems that breed innovation and independent thinking; resilient cultures that can adapt to change; leadership development that fosters conscious business principles, and increased viability.
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Trainer: Dr. Marcus Bussey

Dr Marcus Bussey is Senior Lecturer in History and Futures at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia. He is a futurist and researcher with the Arts Research in the Creative Humanity’s Centre and also a member of the university’s Sustainability Research Centre. He coordinates the Higher Degree programme for the School of Social Sciences. He works on cultural processes that energise social transformation. He uses futures thinking to challenge the dominant beliefs and assumptions that constrain human responses to rapid cultural, social and technological change.

Marcus has co-authored with Professor Richard Slaughter Futures Thinking for Social Foresight (2005). He has also co-edited two books with Sohail Inayatullah and Ivana Milojević – Neohumanist Educational Futures (2006) and Alternative Educational Futures (2008). In addition he has edited Tantric Women Tell their Stories (2007) and published a book of poetry Clare and Francis (2012). Marcus has held fellowships at Nanyang Technical University, Singapore and Tamkang University, Taiwan. He is currently Discipline Head of History and Program Leader in Futures Studies at his university. Marcus is on the editorial boards for the Journal of Futures Studies, Foresight, and On the Horizons. His book of poetry Clare and Francis has just been translated into Bengali by Professor Meera Chakravorty. More information on Marcus