Leadership in an Age of Complexity
We are in a time of great transition that impacts us all. Recognising the complexity and interrelatedness of global and societal structures, cultures and ecology, is ever more pressing. So key questions include, ‘how do we begin to approach new ways of understanding the nature of leadership?’ and ‘what is required of us as individuals to navigate our way through the present and into the future together?’
We welcome conversation starter: Nora Bateson, award-winning film maker, President of The International Bateson Institute, and author of a recent book on application of systems thinking and complexity theory in everyday life – Small Arcs of Larger Circles.
Nora will bring her warmth, energy, thought leadership and experience of grappling with such complex questions to stimulate our thoughts, conversations and explorations.
There will be small group dialogues to co-create shared understanding, wisdom through difference and actions to encourage new insights and learning.
‘Can the potential isolation of living on an island of our own frame of reference be banished by simple concurrences that become the currency of our conversations?’
This event is suitable to those people responsible for managing change, developing leaders or practitioners working to support those that do.