The key leadership challenge of our times is to cultivate creativity, innovation, and leadership capacity at all levels of our systems. But what makes the difference between an organization where people regularly take new action and step into new territory and one where people prefer to ‘keep their heads down’ and play it safe? It likely has much to do with the quality of the social field.
This topic challenges you to dive into the “soil” of your organization to see and sense behavioural patterns within the social field which may be giving rise to unwanted results. When we can attend to what we see, say, and do (what is visible) while simultaneously attending to the inner source of attention and intention from which we operate (what is invisible), we can break free of patterns rooted in past experiences to create powerful breakthrough ideas.
This session invites you to:
- Understand organizations from a social field perspective;
- Gain insight into the deeper qualities of the social field of your organization;
- Reflect on your own role shaping the social field.