Tijd en locatie
30 sep. 2021 19:00
Antwerpen, Paardenmarkt 65, 2000 Antwerpen, Belgium
Over dit evenement
We live in an age of profound disruption,
Where something is ending and dying,
And something else is wanting to be born.
What’s ending and dying is a civilization that’s built on the mindset of maximum me,
Of bigger is better, and of special interest group driven decision making that has led us into a state of organized irresponsibility.
What’s being born is less clear.
It’s a future that requires us to connect with a deeper level of our humanity - To discover who we really are and who we want to be as a society.
How can we build the capacity to sense and actualize a future that we feel is possible, we know is possible, but that isn’t quite there yet?
That question is at the very heart of this course.
Transforming Business, Society and Self.
- Sensing: observe, observe, observe,…
- Connecting to our deeper sources of knowing: retreat and reflect – allow the inner knowing to emerge
- Action learning: act in an instant – prototype
While the method is new, many of its principles have been known by change makers for generations.
What all these movements share is an understanding that to really profoundly change the world, requires us to connect to our emerging self.
In order to discover who you really are, you need to go out into the world.
Many people say for all the talk about change, it rarely ever happens. But in my lifetime, I have seen tectonic shifts several times. I saw it when the Berlin Wall came down in 1989. I was it when the Apartheid system in South Africa collapsed and we witnessed the peaceful transition into the post-apartheid era. And I’m seeing it now with the rise of China, as the center of gravity of the world economy has been shifting from the West to East Asia.
And yet I believe that the most significant disruptive change of our generation is yet to come.
It has to do with transformation of capitalism and self.
The transformation of capitalism depends on our ability to reshape how we connect to each other, to the system, and to ourselves.