Published: 5 April 2009
10-16 January 2010, Mennorode Conference Ctr, NL
In turbulent times, how do we release the capacity for innovation and leadership within and across our organizations and communities? What simple but powerful approaches and practices will sustain us? How can we work together to co-create the bright new systems of the future?
CHE School of Synnervation is participating in bringing the ALIA leadership program to Europe. This program is hosted by Margareth Wheatley, Toke Pauldan Muller, and others. ALIA Europe follows the design of the acclaimed Shambhala Summer Institute based in Nova Scotia, which as been a magnet for pioneering thought leaders and change-makers since 2001. Project Lead, coordinating SoS contribution, is Lenneke Aalbers.