Thema: Change may not be what you think it is …
Change is possibly the most broadly misunderstood concept in society at large, as well as in business. Misunderstandings about the nature of change frequently lead to initiatives that not only fail to achieve their intentions, they may well actually cause more harm than good.
Working on Generative Organisation Change Initiatives requires an approach that integrates the natural complexity of the world in which we live and work. This includes the impossibility of separating organisation change from personal development and personal change. In this short experiential workshop, you will be invited to engage with one another on Questions that may well challenge previously held perspectives. We will then look at an approach to Organisation Change that disregards commonly held myths and actually works.
We will work in English.
Referent: Eric Lynn
Eric Lynn facilitates Culture Change. He is the creator of cultureQs (https://cultureqs.com/). For more than 30 years, he has been working worldwide as an Organisation Development Consultant, Facilitator, Coach and Provocateur for Cultural Integration, Change and Leadership, whereby the primary focus is on (Re-)Shaping Workplace Culture. Professional principle: Good Purposeful Work with Good People. Change and crossing cultures have been the defining aspects of Eric’s life since childhood. Working in English and German, he has lived and worked on 4 continents, including 8 years in Asia. He currently lives in Munich.
cultureQs® is a Change and Integration Accelerator that that uses powerful questions to inspire participants to reflect on the foundations of their beliefs, attitudes and behaviours. While engaging in deep meaningful conversations, people connect quickly, enabling the invisible borders that hinder collaboration to fall away.
Next cultureQs Licence Programme: 26th – 27th March 2019 in Munich. Details: https://cultureqs.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/cultureQs-Professional-Facilitator-Training-General-2018.pdf
Datum: 10. April 2019
Ort: Taylor Wessing – Isartorpl. 8, 80331 München