Free Online Resources
Over the next two months, we’re offering a variety of free opportunities for individual and organizational support, specifically aimed at helping you move out of disorder and respond meaningfully and adaptively to your situation. Through providing weekly online articles, virtual “office hours,” weekly online sessions, and facilitated network-building, we hope to provide you with the tools you need.
These sessions aim to help leaders and staff in any role make real progress out of disorder and into viable futures, offering frameworks for adaptive practice and examples from practitioners alongside dialogue with peers. These 60-minute weekly sessions began on Tuesday, April 14th. Click to view our recorded webinars.
Moving beyond crisis management is meaningful and difficult work. The vital role of leaders at this time is to propel, support and enable the emergence of new meaning and purpose – for themselves and for those they lead. Let’s remember that, unlike the more familiar and singular heroic approach to leading, adaptive leadership is not a function of rank or seniority – it can be taken on by anyone and everyone who wants to be a change-maker, as a way of being, feeling and acting in disruptive times.
I’m sitting at the one table I have in my home with serves as my desk, craft table, and occasional dinner table. It overlooks a rather usually busy street but on this Saturday morning, only a few are out. Joggers, one lady to whom I want to yell out of the window that she doesn’t have to feed the meter today, someone walking their dog. Read more...