August 16-19, 2016 • STOWE, VT @ THE TRAPP FAMILY LODGE
EXECUTIVE CHAMPIONS’ WORKSHOP
BUILDING PERSONAL AND COLLECTIVE LEADERSHIP CAPACITY FOR SYSTEMS CHANGE AND INNOVATION Nurture new thinking and relationships with other executive leaders at this powerful setting for strategic conversations around key issues shaping our collective work on systems leadership and change. Engage in deep dialogue with peer leaders from diverse organizations and sectors who share your aspirations and face similar challenges. The Executive Champions' Workshop offers a rare opportunity for reflection and conversation around questions that matter.
SoL and MIT
Presencing Institute and MIT
OFFERED IN COLLABORATION WITH THE PRESENCING INSTITUTE Who Should Attend The Executive Champions’ Workshop is created exclusively for leaders at the top levels in their organizations. Teams from the same or across organizations or networks. Senior change leaders across all sectors and industries. Past participants have included executives from BASF, BMW, Boeing, Colorado State University, EDF, Ford, Milwaukee Public Schools, NASA, Nike, Oxfam, Shell, The World Bank, and various other institutions in government, education, civil society and business.
What Past Participants Say “These three days of conversation with peers...were the first time in two years that I have truly thought.” “It wasn't until I came home [that]…I finally understood that our greatest power to change the world lies in our power to see beyond the veil." “I used several tools and methods from the workshop with my team and was surprised at the huge impact they had on people.” “The Executive Champions' Workshop was the most gratifying experience I can remember.”
This workshop is by invitation only. For more information or to be considered for an invitation, please visit SOLonline.org or contact programs@SOLonline.org. Founded in 1997, SoL, the Society for Organizational Learning, is an intentional learning community composed of organizations, individuals, and local SoL communities around the world. Learn more at SOLonline.org.
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