Facilitated by Peter Senge, Otto Scharmer & Arawana Hayashi August 13-16, 2019 Stowe, VT
The Executive Champions’ Workshop (ECW) has thrived over the years because of a growing desire amongst senior leaders from diverse organizations around the world to engage in deeper dialogue with peers who share their aspirations and face similar challenges. With its distinguished participants, this program has consistently created a distinctive space for deep reflection and conversation around questions that matter. The ECW is not a training session. Nor is it a typical conference. It is both personal and substantive in the way that only deep conversation among peers can be. Offered in collaboration with the Presencing Institute, the Executive Champions’ Workshop (ECW) is a special setting for nurturing new thinking and relationships among executive leaders in today’s rapidly changing economic and social landscape. Offered by invitation for executives who are champions of change, the ECW is a unique opportunity to reflect, refocus, and recharge.
If you are interested in applying for our 2019 session, please inquire by sending an email to programs[at]solonline.org or filling out our application form (link below).
Deep conversations around questions that matter
What can we do to nurture hope that real change is possible?
How do we identify and strengthen local, regional and global commons?
What is required at a personal and collective level to extend leadership networks?
What do we need to do to increase our ability for reflection on the level of system and self?
Nonprofit, Academic or Government Institution: $3,995
(Program costs above do not include fees for meals or lodging.)
Overnight Guests Package:
$1,327 (Includes three (3) overnight stays, meals/refreshments, and beverages)
$610 (Includes meals/refreshments, and beverages)
This program is by invitation only.
If you are interested in applying for 2019, please fill out the brief inquiry form here.
Author, Senior Lecturer at MIT
Peter is the author of the widely acclaimed The Fifth Discipline, considered by Harvard Business Review to be the seminal management book of the previous 75 years. Peter continues to push the boundaries of our understanding of organizational learning to elicit what new might be possible. Continue...
Founding Chair of the Presencing Institute
Dr. Otto Scharmer is a Senior Lecturer at MIT, and founding chair of the Presencing Institute. He chairs the MIT IDEAS program and co-founded the Global Wellbeing Lab. He also is Vice Chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Leadership.
Founder, Social Presencing Theater
Arawana’s pioneering work as a choreographer, performer and educator is deeply sourced in collaborative improvisation. She currently heads the creation of Social Presencing Theater (SPT) for the Presencing Institute. Continue....