グローバル・リーダーシップ・カフェ VIII 「体現化されたリーダシップ」2月6日 ウエスレーセンター

「体現化されたリーダシップ」とは?
あなたは身体の発する知性をどれぐらい認識していますか?
日頃、身体の内側からリーダシップを発揮していますか?それとも外側からですか?自分の価値観や目的に基づいた行動をとっていますか?それとも 周囲と共有する価値観に基づいた行動を取っていますか?期待値や利益、失敗することへの恐れなどは、あなたの判断や選択にどの程度影響しているのでしょうか?

こうした質問は、2月6日の「体現化されたリーダーシップ」ワークショップにて、体感することができる対話内容の一部となります。2月6日は、どうぞ私たちと一緒にこの対話にご参加ください。あなたのユニークなリーダーシップを体感し、周囲に対してポジティブな影響力を身につけてください。

このグローバル・リーダーシップ・カフェでは、「体現化されたリーダーシップ」について様々な理解の方法を模索し、リーダーの行動や振る舞いの方向性について焦点をあてます。身体の姿勢やスタンス、その表現を変えることを通して、脳のバランスや身体のフローの変化を体感してください。

リーダーシップ・カフェでのアクティビティやディスカッションへの参加を通して、私たちの姿勢や表情を変えてゆく
エクササイズを通して、リーダーとして欠けているかもしれない感情の源について学んで頂けます。

主張を表す、または控えるリーダーシップの姿勢を体感することによって、人から協力を得るときに必要な行動、姿勢、在り方を理解することにつなげてゆきます。このリーダーシップカフェから学びたいことはどんなことでしょうか?あなたのユニークな貢献はどんなことになりますか?2月6日にお会いできるのを楽しみにしています。

リーダーシップカフェ参加登録はこちらから
2月6日のリーダシップ・カフェでディスカッションしたい質問を教えてください。皆様から寄せられたご質問の中から一部を実際のカフェで取り上げさせていただきます

注意: リーダーシップカフェは英語で行われ、対話は英語のみとなります。

GLC VIII EMBODIED LEADERSHIP on Feb 6, 2015 at Wesley Center

What is Embodied Leadership? How aware are you of your body intelligence? Do you lead from the inside out, or from the outside in? When you take action, do you base your actions on your own values and purpose, or on values most shared with others? How much do expectations, rewards or fear of punishment influence the choices you make?

These are some of the questions that are likely to emerge in our “Embodied Leadership” conversation on February 6th. Come join the conversation and learn how to embody your unique leadership qualities in order to make a positive impact on those around you!

At this Global Leadership Cafe we will explore different understandings of Embodied Leadership and focus in on one definition that connects our body and behavior a leader. Shifts in our body’s physical stance and expression, can change the flow and balance of our natural brain chemistry.

Through participating in activities and discussion we will get clues about how to muster emotional resources we might lack as a leader — simply through changing our body posture or facial expression.

Physically embodying a more assertive or a more subdued tone in the way we choose to lead can also help us understand how our behavior and physical presence resonates with others as we seek their cooperation. What would you like from this Cafe and what can be unique contribution? Please join us, Feb 6, 2015!

CLICK here to tell us which questions you are most drawn to discuss on Feb 6. The question with the most votes will be included on the night.

Register for the Leadership Cafe here.

GLC V – Creative Conflict, June 26

GLC V – Creative Conflict, June 26

Creative ConflictWe are happy to announce that we’ve decided the next GLC event – GLC V Creative Conflict, set for June 26, 2014.

What we will cover:

How confident are you in your ability to deal with conflict creatively? How does your organization deal with conflict? Does your organization embrace, shame or ignore conflict? Does your team have a common framework for resolving conflict?

How does the way your team’s relationship with conflict effect personal engagement, team productivity and business innovation?

These are just some of the questions that are likely to emerge in our rotating conversation on creative conflict, June 26. Come join the conversation!

Register here!

Future of Leadership Forum

Future of Leadership Forum

We are excited to announce the Future of Leadership ForumLTwist Japan pic

May 15 at the Nippon Foundation.

“The job of our time is to hospice the death of old unsustainable systems and structures and to midwife the birth of new sustainable systems and new ways of being.”

– The Soul of Money by Lynne Twist

Immerse yourself in an engaging conversation celebrating innovative communities and the power of connections. Explore forms of leadership that emerge through interaction and relationships. Join a diverse group of young leaders, business professionals, social innovators and cultural creatives united by a shared vision of a sustainable future.

Connect in a discovery of our deepest values and resourcefulness through interactive dialogue, panel discussions and intuitive exercises. Communities and individuals will come together to discuss meaningful questions leading to committed action to address the challenges of our time.

This is a unique opportunity to co-develop new approaches to participatory leadership, at all levels: the individual, community, societal, and global.

Speakers and facilitators include: Lynne Twist, William H. Saito, Eisaku Tsumura and Kai Sawyer.

The Future of Leadership Forum is part of Weaving the Future, Connecting the Dots, Healing the Past. It brings together a consortium of communities promoting Lynne Twist’s inspiring message of sufficiency, resourcefulness and living a life committed to principles.

Lynne Twist is a global visionary, author, speaker, master fundraiser and human rights advocate. She has worked with Mother Theresa, co-created The Hunger Project with Buckminister Fuller and is a co-founder of the Pachimama Alliance.

“What you appreciate, appreciates.” – Lynne Twist

http://www.lynnetwist.com

GLC IV TIME Relationships: April 18

TimeRelationships to TIME is the theme of the April 18 Global Leadership Cafe.  In today’s demanding and unpredictable work environment there is increasing urgency for quick thinking and quick solutions. However some ideas take time to ferment before being offered.

How much time do you give to things you value? What is your relationship to time? Do you fight against the time or do you like going slow? Are you okay with silence in a conversation or do you like to fill the air? As a leader, do you have a sense of spaciousness around you or do you usually work in a frenetic pace? These are some of the possible questions that might be explored.

Seating is limited. Register here.