Chris Mowles is visiting Australia the week beginning 12th December and will be running a two day intensive workshop and a breakfast meeting with 10000hours .
The two day workshop is entitled:
LEADING IN UNCERTAINTY – 13/14th December
The workshop is suitable for experienced leaders, managers and consultants from all kinds of organizations. It includes a mixture of seminars, break-out discussions, and real time exploration of examples from participants’ own organizations.
Chris will draw on insights from the complexity sciences developed by Ralph Stacey in the perspective known as complex responsive processes, which informs this blog.
Participants can expect to gain basic insights into the complexity sciences understood in social terms, and to experience the importance of reflection and reflexivity in relation to their particular organizational contexts.
To find out more follow this link: http://10000hours.com/chrismowles/
Breakfast meeting Thursday 15th December
10,000 Hours will host a breakfast meeting for experienced leaders, managers and consultants wishing to hear about the what difference understanding organisational life as complex responsive processes of relating can make to the task of leading of managing.
Evening seminar UTS Thursday 15th December
Chris will give a seminar hosted by UTS to interested academic colleagues about some of the difficulties of sustaining critical management education in the UK. He will talk in particular about the contribution of the Doctor of Management programme at the university of Hertfordshire.
Lunchtime seminar RMIT Melbourne 16th December
Chris will give a similar seminar to interested academic colleagues in Melbourne at lunchtime in RMIT.
If you are based in Australia and any of the above interests you contact Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org