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The complex, systemic problems of our time require systemic solutions,  that transcends the boundaries of the familiar. This in turn, requires a shift in perspective from a linear mindset to a perspective that thinks in terms of networks of relationships, complexity and patterns of organisation. A systemic approach attends to context and nurtures the conditions that allow emergence to unfold.

Certain skills can be helpful in order to facilitate inter-connected change:

  • Daring to think outside the confines of the known requires the ability to stay with uncertainty without either collapsing into non-action or deflecting complexity through reductionist perspectives

  • Trans-disciplinary requires the ability for true openness, deep listening and the willingness to leave the carefully constructed territory of the known behind whilst also not losing touch with one's competency and expertise.

  • The ability to live with the reality of threat requires self regulation of the nervous system and the building of larger support structures for the regulation of the collective nervous system

  • Complexity and change require the ability to stay within a window of tolerance that allows complexity to surface but not impair integrated relational responses.

Masterclass topics include:

necessary derangement - Living and working in a time when the familiar is dying

the ecology of mindsets: from an individualistic to an interconnected approach.

the fostering of mature, psychologically resilient and regenerative responses to climate change

the psychological impact and dynamics of climate change

Re-ensouling the culture of the organisation

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