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Visionary Leadership: Resiliency in Uncertain Times

Connect With Your Personal Vision for Change

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ONLINE WORKSHOP | Three 4.5-hour sessions in 1 week
Prerequisite: None

$1800 (20% Discount for Nonprofits)

January 26-28, 2022 | 8:30am-1:00pm Pacific Time


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“The overall experience of the workshop, interactions with David and Gisela and the other participants, and the opportunity to reflect and readjust was truly transformative for me. I expected a masterfully facilitated workshop and I got it. This has allowed me to ‘let go’ and simultaneously bring greater leadership into my current responsibilities and better focus in working toward new opportunities.”

Suzie Convery
Western Center for Law

Overview

This is a highly participatory online course for organizational leaders, process leaders and facilitators who want to connect with their own leadership vision and deeply rethink what it means to be a leader during times of ambiguity and volatile change. 

Grove Founder, David Sibbet and Gisela Wendling, Ph.D, introduce an archetypal change model and explore how opening to uncertainty and cultivating empathy for yourself and the people you serve can transform your responses to change. The laboratory environment also provides opportunities for you to learn how to creatively frame the change challenges you face, pivot to being a learning leader and hold a visionary direction while being open to co-creation and emergent solutions.


 

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This Course Is for You If:

  • You are a process leader or consultant who wants to learn how to design and create true learning environments as a way of leading.
  • You are an organizational leader feeling a pull to connect with your personal vision as you and your organization continue to respond to ongoing challenges brought on by the pandemic as well as other crises we are facing.
  • You are a facilitator interested in learning about practices that support individual and organizational resilience during times of volatile change.

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Use the Liminal Pathways Framework to help you quickly understand the arc of change, assess where you or others are located on that arc and how to anticipate what is needed next.
  • Learn personal resiliency skills, such as self-grounding, asking for help, and normalizing uncertainty.
  • Learn how to support resilience in others through listening, transparency, empathy, framing opportunities and other affirming qualities and skills. 
  • Connect to your north-star vision to identify and guide plans while holding space for others’ contributions and evolution of ideas.
  • Appreciate your responses to uncertainty through the lens of neuropsychology.
  • Guide generative conversations that support insight and action.
  • Use powerful visual and verbal metaphors to frame topics and guide activities.
  • Use your voice and presence to project confidence in virtual environments.
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What This Course Is Like:

  • Led by Gisela Wendling, Ph.D., and David Sibbet, who together bring more than seven decades of experience working with leaders to support organizational, social and environmental change.
  • Provides a safe and confidential learning space for personal reflection and exploration.
  • Workshop leaders will model leading in the virtual space using visual tools to support group connection.

 

Of Special Note:

  • This is a live course and the sessions are not recorded.
  • No special equipment is required other than the ability to connect to a web meeting.
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Registration

$1800

20% Discount for nonprofits. See below for info.*

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Visionary Leadership: Resiliency in Uncertain Times

January 26-28, 2022

Three 4.5-hour, online sessions
8:30am–1:00pm Pacific Time

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* If you work at a nonprofit or government entity we would like to offer you a discount. Please submit your information, and we will send you a discount code.

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