A Program in Strategic Transformation for Leaders
The Art of Thinking Together (AoTT) is for anyone interested in developing themselves as a leader with the greater depth of understanding and the practical skills needed to bring about sustainable, positive change in their organizations.
Duration: 2.5 days
Participants: Min 10, Max 25
Cost: $2500 pp (please contact us for group pricing)
This program will introduce you to the framework and tools of our dialogic approach and develop your practical ability to apply these tools in real-life challenges. The program is highly participative. It is designed to deepen your leadership identity and expand your capacity to connect with others and access collective intelligence, even in complex situations with multiple stakeholders.
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For inquiries, contact:
Voice: +1 617 576.7986
Make “The Art of Thinking Together” a powerful experience to develop your leadership, with focus in the following areas:
- Diagnosing systemic deficiencies and opportunities. Detecting blockages and developing cross-team solutions.
- Creating the conditions for open engagement in critical conversations to produce powerful outcomes.
- Understanding leadership archetypes, how to best engage others and deepen your natural leadership effectiveness.
- Using breakdowns to break through, to generate pivotal conversations and actions.
The program uses a variety of learning methods including short presentations, large group dialogues, small group reflection, reading, video and journaling.
Who should participate –
Past participants came from a variety of organizations including the World Bank, Shell, BP, Oxfam, RenRe, government agencies and academia. Many participants have also chosen to attend outside of an organizational context. The program can benefit anyone who wishes to grow their capabilities to engage others in strategic transformation.
Colleagues who attend the AoTT together gain a heightened capacity for using dialogue effectively within their organizations. Team members can think together about how to apply new practices with immediate effect back on the job. Teams of five or more enjoy a group discount.